Day: March 2, 2021

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Live video | Feroz Awards Gala 2021

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Bunny Wailer, co-founder of The Wailers with Bob Marley, dies | Culture

Bunny Wailer, singer and songwriter, has died in Jamaica at the age of 73. He was a founding member of the Wailers. Unlike his peers, Peter Tosh and Bob Marley, he did not seek to develop a global career and preferred to live quietly on his home island, among people who shared his Rastafarian beliefs. […]

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Culture digitizes 6,300 photos of Jean Laurent, pioneer of the image in Spain | Culture

Frenchman Jean Laurent, Juan Laurent, as some photography scholars affectionately call him, is known for being a pioneer of the art of the image in Spain. Born in Garchizy, in 1816, on November 24 of this year it will be 135 years since the death, in 1886, of who was also a forerunner in the […]

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Latin America builds the United States | Blog From the shooter to the city

Two hundred dollars per square meter (166 euros). The habit of working with little generates the ingenuity and audacity that the Mexican studio Producer has been demonstrated by building a set of experimental houses in Denver (Colorado). The architects talk about rethinking low-density areas – such as the first belt around downtown Denver where this […]

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Tina Turner: ‘Tina’, the farewell to the rock tigress | Culture

There are no doubts or complaints. Tina, the documentary directed by Daniel Linday and TJ Martin, is sponsored from the world Tina Turner. Among the associate producers, her husband, Erwin Bach. Only at the end does Bach himself confirm what the viewer suspects: “This film is the end of his public life, its conclusion.” Now […]

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Jaime Botín: The Supreme Court confirms that Picasso’s painting ‘Young Woman’s Head’ is inexportable | Culture

Image of Pablo Picasso’s painting, head of a young woman, the canvas for which Jaime Botín has been guilty of smuggling.EFE Chamber III of the Supreme Court has dismissed the cassation appeals filed by Jaime Botín-Sanz de Sautuola and the Euroshipping Charter Company Ltd. against the judgments of the National Court that confirmed the resolutions […]

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Primavera Sound 2021 is suspended due to the pandemic | Culture

A concert in the 2019 edition of the festival.Gianluca Battista The edition of El Primavera Sound in Barcelona, ​​scheduled for between June 2 and 6, is postponed until 2022 “due to force majeure”, as reported in a statement this Tuesday. “We have already made this painful decision due to the uncertainty surrounding the legal framework […]

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Archaeologists and instigators: the value of Los Hermanos Cubero | Blog North American route and beyond

These are times of pastiche, but they are also fruitful days for the Spanish scene. Days in which there are authentic musical archaeologists, but also instigators of renewed visions. People trained to maintain the sound tradition and give it a contemporary air. People like Los Hermanos Cubero, who have been feeding a popular songbook based […]

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The Reconstruction Tour will end in Ubrique on March 13 and 14 | Culture

David de Miranda, on his shoulders in Las Ventas on May 24, 2019.Plaza1 On March 13 and 14, Saturday and Sunday, the two celebrations of the Reconstruction Tour that were postponed due to the pandemic will be held in the bullring of the Cadiz town of Ubrique. On the first day, the right-handed Sevillians Pablo […]

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The Formentor Prize goes to Tunisia | Culture

Carlos Barral (with hat) and Gabriel Ferrater (with sunglasses), in Tunis in 1967. The Formentor Prize, in danger after passing its historic Mallorcan headquarters to the hands of the Four Seasons chain, will continue to be celebrated with the same patronage of the Barceló and Buadas families (50,000 euros) and the same philosophy, but now […]

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