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Entries with Keyword La Plata

One of the God-knows-how-many reasons why Buenos Aires is such an awesome city is that it’s a cinephile’s dream. Besides the annual dependable offerings such as BAFICI and genre darling Buenos Aires Rojo Sangre, the city seems to dish …

It seems that it has officially become my mission to uncover the weird and downright bizarre news from Argentina for The Bubble. For some reason, the people that party with their grandpa’s skull and the ones that tattoo their

So the Oscar nominations were announced today, but since we didn’t have anybody in the running for the acclaimed film awards this year (we still love you mucho, El Ángel) we’re going with the next best thing, albeit from …

The National Institute of Seismic Prevention confirmed an earthquake of 3.8º on the Richter Scale which struck 32 kilometers to the south of the city at 10:27 AM, right as President Macri was getting ready to welcome the G20 world …

Imagine for a moment that you’re the member of a small indie band in Neuquén; one of those independent, self financed ventures. You play a wide array of music genres that range from rock to reggae, from cumbia to folklore. …

In La Plata, a planned demonstration of workers from the Astilleros’ Rio Santiago Shipyard spontaneously turned violent this afternoon after protestors clashed with police. The confrontation culminated in stone throwing, rubber bullets, and tear gas. According to Todo Noticias,

Is it that time again already? Just hours after the bill to legalize abortion was defeated in Senate, Río Negro Senator Miguel Ángel Pichetto swiftly moved along on to the next order of the day, announcing that he will be …

Last Thursday, an explosion rocked School Nº 49 in Moreno, La Plata, killing the vice principal and a school guard just twenty minutes before the children were set to arrive for their classes. The explosion was triggered by a

Food-lovers, start your engines. Feria Masticar is back for the eighth installment of the superlative festival that celebrates the diversity and quality of Argentina’s food and drink – and so much more. Starting September 6th, visitors will be able to …