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Imagine this: a neon and glitter splattered set of a supposedly run-of-the-mill high school. Our protagonist: a kid with a heart of gold and voice of an angel who just wants to sing on stage – though the folks at …

June 3rd, 2015. That was the date in which Ni Una Menos was officially born in the form of massive protests and marches all over Argentina against the constant wave of femicides and gender violence in the country. Four years …

Over the course of my four month-long study abroad stint in Buenos Aires, I have attempted to immerse myself in the local culture. I have boliche’d and mate’d and medialuna’ed the lights out. However, one vital cultural aspect has eluded

It’s no secret to anyone that Netflix has slowly but steadily shifted in the last few years from being just a streaming platform to a behemoth production company as well, dishing out some of the biggest series (Stranger Things

Over the last decade or so, there has been a massive shift in how the mainstream perceives what used to be written off as “geek culture.” One quick look at the annual box-office tallies should tell you all you need

Let’s state with the obvious: we at The Bubble are huge fans of the cult Argentine series Los Simuladores. We’ve actually written extensively about it in the past, just to make sure you understand. So it comes as …

If for whatever reason you are unfamiliar with Ricardo Siri, better known as Liniers, let me give you a short introduction. Liniers is a sort of an icon, both regarding cartooning and Argentine pop culture in general. For starters, …

Here’s the thing: Inflation is on the rise. The currency is taking a nosedive. There’s this unshakeable feeling of dread and uncertainty in the air, like we’re all stumbling around in the dark trying to figure our way out of

Since summer is slowly coming to an end and reality is about to kick in, why not indulge in a little more Netflix than usual?  It’s okay to be sad, actually, as colder weather is perfect for staying cuddled up …

Summer in the city means cleavage, cleavage, cleavage,” sang Regina Spektor over a decade ago on her aptly titled tune “Summer in the City”, which may sound at first like a cheery celebration of the warmer months but