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As the last week of July comes to a cold, wet close, and our brief winter vacation with it, there’s no denying that spirits are pretty low, so it’s time to take advantage of our final few days off. Our …

Wait, you’re going to do what? Pero sos un boludo…!

That was my dear wife’s response, as I described to her the details of my soon-to-be commissioned piece for The Bubble.

“Yes my love, I’m going to

If you’re anything like me, you spend a sizeable portion of your free time browsing through Netflix’s selection, trawling listlessly through title after title of movies and TV shows that look barely OK, trying to settle on something to watch

When we first started our weekly look at Netflix’s selection of Latin American streaming content, our goal was to present you with interesting, entertaining programs that you may not have been aware of. Along the way, we’ve stumbled upon some

In what is sure to be the biggest controversy involving Catholicism since the release of the 2-disc, special edition DVD of ‘The Da Vinci Code,’ many people are upset this week after the Buenos Aires Culture Minister, Enrique Avogadro, was …

Forget any book you’ve ever read about Argentines. Forget any class you ever took on sociology, psychology, or behavioral science related to people from this part of the world. Overlook the talking heads on TV, the articles in the newspapers, …

It’s a rainy Tuesday evening and a public holiday, but the Ciudad Cultural Konex’s upstairs theater is packed for a sold-out event. Darío Sztajnszrajber, Argentina’s most popular philosopher, is wearing a navy blue sweatshirt, Converse sneakers, and slim grey sweatpants …

What was regarded as “common sense” in Argentina about gender roles and stereotypes has, in the last ten years or so, become more and more nonsensical in the public eye. The types of images and language being used has kept …

Each year around April, movie theaters all over Buenos Aires participate in the exhilarating celebration of cinema known as the Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Cinema (which is a mouthful, so it will henceforth be referred to by its …