Day: April 7, 2021

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The Community of Madrid counts 24 cases of covid in the Royal Theater since March 15 | Culture

In the foreground, the soloists Yolanda Auyanet, Michael Spyres and Roberto Tagliavini, surrounded by members of the Teatro Real choir in a performance of the opera ‘Norma’.JAVIER DEL REAL / TEATRO REAL The Ministry of Health of the Community of Madrid has counted 24 infected with coronavirus in the Teatro Real since last March 15, […]

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Àlex Rigola maintains that for 23-F to be exciting it is not necessary to invent conspiracies | Culture

An image of the montage by Àlex Rigola on 23-F. A map of Madrid on which the Congress of Deputies is clearly marked targets, and on which a pistol is placed. Some hands move toy jeeps reproducing the movements of the coup plotters on 23-F. “Good afternoon”, explains the actor Pep Cruz in front of […]

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The Valencian Government wants to declare the paella a Site of Cultural Interest | Culture

Typical Valencian paella.Valencia City Council The Valencian Government has approved the procedures for the paella to be declared a Site of Cultural Interest (BIC) soon. It is not a question of consecrating a canonical recipe for the popular dish, the subject of heated discussions between orthodox and heterodox, but of recognizing the tradition, the food […]

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Suspect arrested for the theft of a painting by Van Gogh and another by Frans Hals | Culture

‘Spring Garden, Nuenen Parish House in Spring’ (1884), Van Gogh’s painting stolen from the Singer museum in the Netherlands. In March 2020, a hooded man broke into the front door of the Singer museum in central Netherlands and came out shortly after with a painting by Van Gogh titled Spring garden, the parsonage of Nuenen […]

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A work of crypto art created by a robot is auctioned for 580,000 euros | Culture

The robot Sophia at the Hanson Robotics studio in Hong Kong in March 2021.Vincent Yu / AP Robots don’t dream of electric sheep yet, but now they produce art that sells for hundreds of thousands of euros. A piece made by Sophia, a humanoid created in 2016 by Hong Kong-based Hanson Robotics, has been auctioned […]

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‘Granta’ enshrines the literature of diverse Spanish | Culture

Authors selected by the literary magazine ‘Granta’ as the best narrators in Spanish. Vladimir Nabokov used to say that Russian is spoken with a “broad and constant smile”, because Russian vowels were like an orange and English vowels were like a lemon. Following the analogy, to Valerie Miles, editorial director of the British magazine Grant, […]

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Jaén, sea and mountains with a lighthouse in the background | Paradores Territory

The metaphor of the sea of ​​olive trees is totemic in Jaén. its parador, located on the hill of Santa Catalina, it acts as a beacon not only for this city of 112,757 inhabitants, but also for its region. Designed in 1965 with an elongated floor plan to suit the orography of the mountain, it […]

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The new Valencian school: literature that goes beyond Marina d’Or and the ‘posh’ of Jávea | Culture

From left to right, Rafa Lahuerta, Alberto Torres and David Pascual, in the Carmen neighborhood of Valencia.Monica Torres A former soccer ultra who channeled his anger through reading, a teacher who teaches Spanish canonical poetry with the help of rap and a musician who gives voice to a young woman who could well be a […]

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Charlotte Johannesson, the artist who wove with graphics from the first computers | Culture

Image from the exhibition ‘Take me to another world’, by Charlotte Johannesson, at the Reina Sofía. She was barely 20 when Charlotte Johannesson decided to enroll in a textile arts school in her native Malmö, southern Sweden. There, according to her own account, it was forbidden to have her own ideas, a challenge for an […]

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Sertorio against Metellus: the great battle between the Romans comes to light in a town of Teruel | Culture

Excavation of the acropolis of the city of Azaila around 1941.J. Cabré Hispania was on fire. The Roman armies of Sertorio against the also Roman ones of Pompey and Metellus. Bloody battles in the most diverse places of the Citerior province during the so-called Sertorian wars (82 to 72 BC). The Hispanic peoples – forced […]

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