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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

Maybe you need an excuse to beat the heat? Or maybe you’re single and gearing up for one of the worst holidays of the year…Valentine’s Day. No need to sweat (pun definitely intended there), regardless of your relationship status or …

Here at The Bubble we strive to bring your attention to some of our favorite art and entertainment in Argentina. That’s why we write pieces about cult classic Los Simuladores, put together our list of favorite Argentine albums of

We see you, glass of wine in hand, holding court on the latest Spanish-language television sensation; do you want to wax philosophical about La Casa de Papel? Hey, that’s pretty good. Want to flaunt your encyclopedic knowledge of Luismi’s

Here at The Bubble, we’re not afraid to court a little controversy, so we’re going to hit you with a scolding-hot take: Christmas in Buenos Aires can be…  A bit of a bummer.

I know, I know, it’s probably unfair

One of the most powerful aspects of film as a medium is its ability to bring us closer to — and thus allow us to empathize with — characters that are so far removed from our own individual life experiences.

With a plethora of complex phenomena going on in the country and just a few labyrinthine responses to explain them, Google’s most-searched terms list this year in Argentina has come to confirm that 2018 has been, well, intense.

The family …

The G20 is finally upon us, which, if you’re anything like us, is probably causing you all sorts of mixed feelings right about now. On one hand, it’s nice that the international community will set its sights on Argentina for

Here’s the thing about any kind of long-form audio-visual storytelling: it’s made up of many moving parts, any one of which could be the weak link that causes the entire structure to fall apart. Last time around, we talked about