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It was a stormy night in Berazategui, one of the many cities that comprise el Conurbano, that enormous area home to 13 million residents that surrounds Argentina’s capital. Guillermo and two of his closest friends were to play a …

Buenos Aires will host its very own Battleforce Buenos Aires this month, sponsored and organized by Nike. Applications opened on October 31, and will close on November 15th of (this Thursday, FYI) with anyone 15 years or older eligible for …

Welcome, one and all, to another installment of The Bubble’s monthly artist retrospectives. Our goal here is to take a closer look at the trajectory of a band or solo artist, providing you with a more thorough understanding of

This is part two of a series about the influence of The Simpsons on Argentine pop culture. This last part focuses on the proliferation of Simpson memes that have become the go to resource when discussing anything from everyday issues

In this two-part series, The Bubble takes a look at the influence of The Simpsons on Argentine pop culture, from everyday catchphrases to the use of political memes that have come to define the age of social media. Part two

At the beginning of 2018, Jesus and John had a big decision to make. They had met through a dating app and had been together for over two years; it’s one of those endearing stories about love overcoming all sorts …

Here’s the thing about the vastness of cinema: as much as it can bring us along in grand journeys of heroism, epic struggles, and fantastical worlds full of never-before-seen wonders, it can also be used to shine a light on

The moment has finally arrived.

206 countries and 4012 athletes aged between 15-18 are coming together on Saturday in Buenos Aires to celebrate the opening of the Youth Olympic Games (YOG), with competitions commencing on the 7th in 8 …

Biopics are a strange beast. Yes, we all like having a behind-the-scenes look at real-life notable figures, but biopics can also make for wholly unsatisfying movie-watching experiences. Too often, filmmakers’ attempts at drawing a traditional three-act structure from the entirety

Will you take a look at how far little Carlos Robledo Puch has come? Not the real one, of course. He’s still rotting in a jail cell somewhere and stopped being little Carlos Robledo Puch about forty years ago. No, …