Day: March 31, 2021

Culture

Raphael and Nathy Peluso open the poster for Luce, the new festival in Benicàssim | Blog Miss Festivals

With a poster in which practically everything fits, in terms of genres and public profile, he begins his journey Light, the new festival that joins the Benicàssim scene and the first to do so under a completely reformulated concept to adapt to the Covid era. The event will arrive throughout the month of July at […]

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Toledo runs into three towers of its Caliphal wall | Culture

In the second decade of the 10th century, the center of the peninsula was a continuous struggle between Christians and Muslims, but also between the different taifa that fought against the Umayyad power, the one represented by Abderramán III (891-961), the great emir who built Medina Azahara, in Córdoba. So this red-haired caliph attacked the […]

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Marinah, 10 years after Ojos de Brujo: “I boycotted my fame” | Culture

Marinah, former singer of Ojos de Brujo, in March 2017 in Barcelona.Massimiliano Minocri / THE COUNTRY From her time as the vocalist of Ojos de Brujo Marinah not only retains her alternative appearance and the conspiratorial look. Marina Abad (Valencia, 49 years old), the voice of that Barcelona band for a decade, also remains in […]

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Exciting days: Naoise Dolan and the novel of sentimental precariousness | Culture

Naoise Dolan, in a recent promotional image, in Dublin. Naoise Dolan (Dublin, 29 years old) and her Exciting days (Today’s Topics) began to go around the world after her compatriot, the successful author Sally Rooney, included in the summer of 2018 an excerpt from this, her first novel, in the scout magazine Stinging Fly. The […]

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Discover the Mediterranean | Culture

The playwright Jacinto Benavente is credited with an idea inspired by the continuous technical progress – from sound to color – that he saw incorporated into films: “With so much improvement in cinema, they are going to end up inventing theater.” Just as the pandemic has reminded us, in times of virtual expansion, the importance […]

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Paula Bonet paints and novels the violence that men exert against women in ‘La anguila’ | Culture

Paula Bonet, this Tuesday, at the La Nau Cultural Center of the University of València, with her paintings from the exhibition ‘The Anguilla’.Monica Torres Long before becoming a popular phenomenon for her illustrations, Paula Bonet painted and read a lot of literature. Now he has captured these two drives in a unique creative project with […]

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‘Apache Grudge’: The new Lieutenant Blueberry rides down more feminine paths | Culture

Lt. Mike Steve Donovan, aka Blueberry, he’s back at Fort Navajo and riding through Apache territory again. The undisciplined and intrepid cavalry officer created in 1963 by screenwriter Jean Michel-Charlier and cartoonist Jean Giraud on the pages of the magazine Pilot and then over fifty albums become one of the most famous comic characters in […]

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