From inert spaces to green spaces

From inert spaces to green spaces

In the urban field, large projects that mobilize investment occupy a prominent place. Their designs and innovations, in the medium or long term, transform our lives following certain parameters of supposed well-being. Cities like Madrid (Madrid New North, Madrid Rio, Metropolitan Forest, reborn), Barcelona (olympic restructuring, Nature 2030 Plan) and Valencia (old bed of the … Read more

García Márquez, target of the PRI political police: “He is an agent of pro-Cuban and Soviet propaganda”

1642966678 Garcia Marquez target of the PRI political police He is

The first book that Gabriel García Márquez gave to Fidel Castro was Dracula. Were mid-seventies and the Cuban leader, immersed in the war in Angola, had admitted to his friend that he barely had time to read. Like a kind of literary camel, the writer continued to supply best sellers, easy reading to rest from … Read more

Claudia Sheinbaum: how the Head of Government contributed to the panel that won a Nobel Prize

Claudia Sheinbaum how the Head of Government contributed to the

Although Rosario Robles took the interim position between 1999 and 2000, claudia sheinbaum demonstrated that she was the first woman to become Head of Government of Mexico City by popular vote. Since I took office in 2018, Claudia Sheinbaum has established herself as one of the most influential political figures and progressives today. And it … Read more

“Paradise”: the criticism of Abdulrazak Gurnah’s book that leads us to meet the new Nobel Prize for Literature

1642944955 Paradise the criticism of Abdulrazak Gurnahs book that leads us

According to the criteria of Know more In October last year, the Swedish Academy caught the world’s cultural press off guard. It was rumored that the 2021 Nobel Prize it could fall on an African writer, and the great favorite was the Kenyan Ngugi wa Thiong’o, a fierce narrator who denounced the disasters caused by … Read more

Canarian ‘Saudade’: the enormous Portuguese influence on the Islands

1642934096 Canarian Saudade the enormous Portuguese influence on the Islands

Few words tell as much about Portuguese culture as healthy, a term that alludes to a certain bittersweet nostalgia, something like a kind of disconsolate longing. A word that gives a name to a very Portuguese feeling and for which there is no easy translation, but which could be applied to the historical relationship between … Read more

Miguel Molina Díaz: The secret forms of time | Columnists | Opinion

Miguel Molina Diaz The secret forms of time Columnists

January 23, 2022 – 00h01 It is an attribute of literature, from its origins, to dig into the swampy territories of power. Diego Araujo Sánchez lucidly takes up the tradition of the books that narrate the political cataclysms of history with The secret ways of time (Rayuela Editores, 2021), his second novel. He has written … Read more

José Saramago, 100 years of a writer we should all read

Jose Saramago 100 years of a writer we should all

I hope to read again in this 2022 the great novel ‘The Gospel according to Jesus Christ’ (1991), by José Saramago: this year, the world celebrates the hundred years of his birth and commemorates the twelve of his departure. Remember here: Tribute to José Saramago on his tenth anniversary of death. José Saramago (1922 – … Read more

The price of being Martin Luther King | Salvadoran News

The price of being Martin Luther King Salvadoran News

The hate had ended with the messenger, but not with his message. The truth is perennial. The path to freedom has never been easy, you must pass through the valleys of the shadow of death before you can reach the heights of justice and truth. Martin Luther King Day is celebrated in the United States … Read more