Under the ruthless rule of General Fulgencio Batista, playing for the glitzy social clubs of Havana, more than one generation of Cuban musicians freely and happily cultivated their unique national sound.
Culture - 2008
The death of the writer Nuala O’Faolain shook Ireland, also because of her last words. John Waters responds to that provocation, starting from his own experience.
Miguel de Unamuno clearly recognizes that his culture depends on Christianity; his writings are a clear antidote to the misconception that history did not change Europe's understanding of the human person.
The quest for the truth, the defense of rationality, the summons to good… Obstacles to research? No, the exact opposite, says one of Italy’s most important physicists.