Correctional Officers and Education Staff Help the Less Fortunate | Forward Valley

Over 20 Imperial County families won’t have to worry about buying their Thanksgiving dinner after donations provided each one with a turkey and a gift box filled with Thanksgiving dinner essentials directly on his doorstep, Tuesday morning. “It’s the Mission: Thanksgiving today,” said Jessica Aceves, Director of Alternative Education for the Imperial County Office of … Read more

Jean de La Fontaine musician

It could be the sequel to Wolf and Lamb, published six years earlier: “He looks like those wolves we feed, and does well: / Because a wolf must always keep his character, / As a sheep keeps his …” But, when he wrote down on paper, in 1674, these few lines with innocent exterior, La … Read more

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What will Vigo be like with the Palacios Prepare

The legacy of Antonio Palacios, the porris granite ambassador Jorge Lamas Antonio Palacios is possibly the Galician architect with the best recognition beyond A Canda. His operate in Madrid has given him a privileged location in the background of Spanish architecture. Nevertheless, Ramilo Palaces He still left an plentiful legacy in Galicia, specially in the … Read more

increasingly grandiose shows

SURVEY – At a time when the public has not yet regained the habit of going to concerts, all French artists are back on stage. To be attractive, the scenographers are more creative than ever. The Dôme de Paris plunges into darkness. On stage, the doors of a trailer open. Christophe Maé advances under the … Read more

Rostock: What will the State Archaeological Museum look like? | NDR.de – NDR.de

As of: 09/21/2021 6:27 p.m. A state archaeological museum is to be built in Rostock in the coming years. 20 architectural offices compete for the contract. by Axel Seitz Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania has been waiting for a state archaeological museum for decades. In the meantime, however, it is clear: the new building may cost 55 million … Read more

Architecture: How the new SAB building in Leipzig sets an example

Welcome to the new Leipzig forest area. A stone’s throw from the main train station, between time-honored Wilhelminian style modernism, hotel and bank high-rises and the romantic East German prefabricated buildings, a real forest of columns has grown. 159 white steles made of spun concrete with their 20 meters height and different diameters stand freely … Read more

They bet Yucatan as a tourist destination

With the intention of consolidating and increasing the number of foreign visitors in the State, the National Council of Exporters of Tourist Services (CONEXSTUR) and Yucatán, signed a joint collaboration agreement in the Yucatecan capital. Photo: Courtesy of the Yucatan Tourism Development Secretariat (Sefotur) In the presence of some members and the president of CONEXSTUR, … Read more

The moving recital of a piano teacher in Durban, a city ravaged by riots

VIDEO – After a week of riots and looting, Jenny Bowes sang the Rainbow Nation Anthem amid the chaos as a message of hope. Amid the rubble and debris, sad vestiges of bloody riots, a charitable voice rises. South Africa troubled by violent incidents in the Kwazulu-Natal region (KZN, East) following the jail on July … Read more

Roman gold mines threatened in Transylvania

At the center of a political battle between a Canadian company that wants to re-exploit it and a part of the population wishing to preserve this exceptional ancient site, the gold mines of Rosie Montana could be saved by UNESCO. A picturesque town in the heart of Romania, Rosia Montana holds its breath. Indeed, Unesco … Read more