There was a wedding photo with the secret marriage of Andrei Makarevich

Andrei Makarevich and his fourth wife, Einat Klein got married at the end of 2019. However, only recently the details of the celebration appeared. The newlyweds went through the ceremony hoops. Andrei Makarevich and his young wife Einat Klein met in Addis Ababa during a trip. The girl was recommended as a guide. And got […]

There was a wedding photo with the secret marriage of Andrei Makarevich

Andrei Makarevich and his fourth wife, Einat Klein got married at the end of 2019. However, only recently the details of the celebration appeared. The newlyweds went through the ceremony hoops. Andrei Makarevich and his young wife Einat Klein met in Addis Ababa during a trip. The girl was recommended as a guide. And got […]

Le Matin – Pending recovery, Jamaâ El Fna comes alive online

Lovers of Jamaâ El Fna square who have been deprived of its shows since the Covid-19 pandemic entered Morocco, will be able to catch up thanks to an unprecedented event dedicated to the arts of Halka which will take place online on Current July 4. Called “Jemaa El-Fna Live”, this remote artistic meeting will be […]

The funny merry-go-round of Kate Atkinson

Sometimes we laugh when reading the new thriller by Kate Atkinson, a novelist who is best known for her novels mainstream, the most famous being the first, Behind the scenes of the museum. We are with the English, by the sea, with an honest detective, Jackson Brodie (recurring hero), and a representative of the typical […]

Industrial revolution: the roots of exceptional growth

How to explain the spectacular growth of the European economy from the end of the XVIIIe century? Why in Europe, and not elsewhere? These are the questions, essential but worn out after being asked, that the American historian Joel Mokyr tackles. His main idea is that “The explosion of technical progress in the West has […]

Death of Idir: the voiceless Kabyle people

The hecatombe, it is the word which returns from now on in the flow of the networks so much the dead follow one another on the side of music. The latest, that of Idir, 70, announced by the family on the official Facebook page: “We regret to announce the death of our father [à tous], […]

Virtuality at the service of tradition

Virtual meetings with the authors; activities for young and old to fill the house with roses and dragons; literary recommendations or shared readings are some of the proposals offered these days by town halls, entities, libraries or museums to celebrate this unpublished Sant Jordi in quarantine. The libraries of the Diputació de Girona, for example, […]

Paschal lamb, a tradition threatened by the coronavirus

“Usually we sell between 60 and 80 lambs a year, about a third of which is at Easter. But for the coming party, we risk being zero. A school canteen has canceled its 60-kg order, and so far only two families have reserved a leg of lamb against the usual 20. Sure it’s going to […]

There will be maamouls at Easter among Christian Arabs

Weekly chronicle of daily, social and cultural life in the Arab countries. No masses or Easter processions this year in the Middle East. From Cairo to Jerusalem and from Aleppo to Beirut, bells will ring in empty churches, as elsewhere, because of coronavirus. But do not worry about the most sacred tradition of the holiday: […]