Under Nuts, the prison web series to escape from confinement

What relativize in time of confinement. Saturday at 7 p.m., release the first episode of the second part of the web-series Under Nuts . In 2019 during the launch on YouTube, we discovered the characters of Sami and Nada, respectively interpreted by Ichem Boogy and Arriles Amrani. From their cell, the two crazy inmates with […]

The virus hits the dance with 80% of the planned annual activity affected

Deferrals such as the one at the Seismograph Olot festival; cancellations, missed projects and the fact that full normality will not return when confinement is lifted are the daily lives of hundreds of Catalan dancers, choreographers and cultural managers, whose sole security is to know that the coronavirus crisis will amount to about 25 million […]

Comédie-Française web TV to experience the theater during confinement

Published on : 04/04/2020 – 09:28 La Comédie-Française has just launched its first online channel, “La Comédie continue”. On the Maison de Molière site, you can see several curtain raisers every day from 4 p.m., but also educational, literary and poetic pastilles. One way to keep in touch with the housebound audience. “ Hello everyone. […]

Abide by preventive measures, the only medicine against COVID-19: Governor

Presidents determine to join the contingency plan of the State Government. Writing Information All the preventive measures applied in the municipalities represent the only medicine that currently exists against COVID-19, said Governor Silvano Aureoles Conejo. “Coordination between the state and the municipalities is extremely important to follow the health recommendations, to prevent the number of […]

A free virtual tour of the Pompeii exhibition on the Grand Palais website

It was to be this spring’s event exhibition at the Grand Palais in Paris. The exhibition Pompeii, an Italian city engulfed by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD, the ruins of which are visited by millions of people each year, should have drawn the crowds of the great days to the museum. .

“Madame Bâ”, a novel by Erik Orsenna

Published on : 04/04/2020 – 00:02 The cover of the novel “Madame Bâ” by Érik Orsenna. Fayard-Stock editions In his novel Madame Bâ, Érik Orsenna gives life to Marguerite Bâ, born on August 10, 1947 in Mali, on the banks of the Senegal river. To find her favorite grandson who disappeared in France, swallowed by […]

“Senghor does not separate poetry from politics”

From Joal (Senegal), where he was born in 1906, to Verson (France), where he died in 2001, Léopold Sédar Senghor marked the twentieth century with his literary and political talents. Literary critic Boniface Mongo-Mboussa returns to the duality of an exceptional man. RFI: How to characterize the literary work of Léopold Sédar Senghor? Boniface Mongo-Mboussa […]

Three reasons to read Les Essais de Montaigne

In this work written in the XVIe century, the French writer addresses themes as eternal and familiar as friendship, identity, loneliness and the education of children. The writer Michel Eyquem de Montaigne (1533-1592). Granger NYC / Rue des Archives His century and ours It’s a book he wanted to make himself. A confined book, written […]

The Girona Conservatory continues its classes online

The Isaac Albéniz Conservatory of Girona is closed, following the instructions to prevent the spread of Covid-19, but it continues music lessons through online platforms. In addition to individual instrumental sessions, some group sessions are also held. The director of the Conservatory, Marta Morera, states that “the study of music requires a lot of perseverance […]

Special program on “streaming” to present the Summer Trends

The Strenes festival will present this Saturday from 6 p.m. the edition especial post quarantine in a special program on streaming from their website. Presented by journalist Maria Xinxó, it will include interviews and music performances by some of the programmed artists, such as Sopa de Cabra, Miki Núñez, La Casa Azul, Blaumut, Ginestà or […]