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The weekend. That precious little two-day breather from your hectic schedule of advancing other people’s interests. That brief window of time when, if you’re lucky, you can forget about things that are well beyond your control (the economy, the elections, …

Welcome, one and all, to a new installment of The Bubble’s Weekend Guide. We’ve (barely) made it through the PASO primaries, which has kicked off a brand new chapter of economic anxiety. Not only that, but we’ll continue …

If you love to think of yourself as young and cool, but also enjoy subtly telling all of your friends that you are far more cultured and intelligent than they are, then I’m sure you’re no stranger to live jazz

Alright guys, change of plans for the weekend. I know that you penciled in time to find that H&M coming to Argentina after vaguely reading a headline while shivering in a seasonally inappropriate light jacket and incense-scented scarf that your …

The main event taking place this weekend in Buenos Aires is of course the International Women’s Day March on Friday, where women will be striking to protest the abuse, femicide, and inequality they face in Argentina. However, the movement doesn’t …

So, here we are again. Another week, another edition of The Playlist. Do I get tired of this eternal recurrence? Did Nietzsche ever get tired of it? Wait – did I write his name right? How does one pronounce …

So, it’s 1977. The forlorn hippie movement which had laid its foundations at the root of the revolution is turning into something else. Revolutionary changes, be them perceptual, psychedelic, or social, and the constant criticism of war, have lost their …

Here we are, a generation of loyal expatriates and local traitors converging to make Buenos Aires one of the craziest cities to live and die in. A generation that skips TV channels like Neo downloads programs into his brain in …