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We’ve said it once, we’ve said it a million times: The Bubble stans a ridiculous viral Twitter thread. We just can’t help it. Maybe it’s because they offer a brief respite from the 24-hour news cycle madness that plagues …

The students at the Rosario School of Law had, for years, grown accustomed to perro vaca, a fat, kind of disheveled old street dog that would roam the hallways and classrooms of their faculty for days at a time. …

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 …

Oh Twitter threads… What are you, exactly? Some people use them for live-tweeting events like the Academy Awards or the latest Game Of Thrones episode. Some use it to elaborate on ideas that are too vast to fit in just …

Step away from the memes, your Twitter feed is about to get a whole lot more cultural. From April 23 to 29, museums and galleries across the globe are taking part in #MuseumWeek 2018, the fifth edition of the worldwide …

They say all publicity is good publicity. Perhaps not when you’re confused with a one-time d-lister who happens to be the wife of an alleged fraudster.

Every scandal leaves behind it a trail of hot-headed, accusatory tweets. So when Argentine …

When the founder of your religion had to go into hiding as he was facing so many criminal allegations; your Church leader is accused of physically beating staff; and entire countries think you’re more of a money-making criminal organization than …

The passing of 98-year old former Supreme Court Justice Carlos Fayt is easily the most talked about news story of the day. Fayt was a widely known figure in Argentina due to his impressive (and lengthy) career in the highest …

Since this morning, #PrayForArgentina has been trending on Twitter worldwide causing a cluster of confusion and delight and anger because Argentines are offended. Wait, no, Argentina’s the culprit. No, really, what’s this all about?

As you undoubtedly know by now, a judge today ruled to have all boliches (nightclubs) in the City of Buenos Aires closed until further notice. The ruling is the latest development in the ongoing drama following the Time Warp tragedy, …