The Enigma of the Führer: a book by Stefano Mancini

Author: Lisa Egman

It’s a rainy night in London. The Guardian journalist Ethan Cooper is driving, when suddenly a man comes out of the shadow and runs towards his car. The wet road makes it impossible to stop in time. While Ethan calls an ambulance, another car stops by and two people try to steal the poor man. After making the thieves escape, Ethan reaches up to the dying figure, who leaves him two weird objects and tells him something that sounds really mysterious. Continue reading “The Enigma of the Führer: a book by Stefano Mancini”

Photos from Bergamo

Author: Lisa Egman

Hidden in a corner of the city, the Sestini Museum of Photography is still not very famous, but it definitely deserves a visit and not only from the many curious tourists that every day visit the Upper Town. The inhabitants of Bergamo and the whole province, actually, could appreciate it even more, because it hosts an historical archive that containes valuable antique photos of the city.

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“Singin’ in the rain”, the musical @Teatro Nazionale CheBanca!

Authors: Enrico Ubiali & Ilaria Mariani

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After the incredible successes of audience and critics collected in recent seasons by Flashdance – the Musical and A chorus Line, the affirmed actress and director Chiara Noschese proposes even more and comes back to perform the Legend that, this time, is named Gene Kelly.

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BookCity, the book party

Author: Lisa Egman

MILAN, ITALY. Imagine a big party for authors, readers, publishers and the main characters, BOOKS. Imagine an enthusiast audience attending more than 1500 events, in 250 different places around the city and its surroundings. Now, stop imagining: this really happened during the 8th edition of BookCity, the festival every book lover waits all year long, until finally November comes.

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Picasso’s museum, from the early to the elderly age to a better understanding of his multifaceted art

Author: Lorena Ferraroli

Picasso’s museum in Barcelona is the “house” of one of the most extensive collections of artworks by the 20th century Spanish artist Pablo Picasso.

With more than 4.000 works exhibited by the painter, the museum has one of the most complete permanent collections of works.

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If it’s light, you might try

Author: Lorena Ferraroli

Our grandparents used to say that “nature is the answer of all our questions and sorrows”, you just have to observe carefully, find what you need and discover the best way to use it. For years and nowadays this is exactly the main purpose of science and medicine. What could be the best area of research if not what we have around everyday? In a particular way plant life.

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