“A última livraria de Londres”, Madeline Martin, resenha — Peregrinacultural’s Weblog

Retrato de Simone Gentile segurando um livro, 1966 Serge Ivanoff (Rússia, 1893-1983) óleo sobre tela, 64 x 54 cm   Quando comecei a ler A última livraria de Londres de Madeline Martin, com tradução de Simone Reisner, pensei que não fosse terminar.  Uma jovem que não tem o hábito de ler acha-se no início da […]

“A última livraria de Londres”, Madeline Martin, resenha — Peregrinacultural’s Weblog

Women’s rally violently dispersed in Kabul – media — RT – Daily news

Taliban militants fired in the air to scare away protesters who were demanding “bread, work and freedom” The Taliban violently dispersed a women’s protest rally in Afghanistan’s capital on Saturday, several days ahead of the first anniversary of the Islamist group’s return to power, the news agency AFP has reported. Around 40 women were chanting…

Women’s rally violently dispersed in Kabul – media — RT – Daily news

50 Years Protecting The Longest Cave — Organikos

Stalactites and stalagmites line the floors and ceilings of Mammoth Cave. (Credit: NPS) National parks, sometimes called the greatest idea and always best thought of as the gifts that keep giving, have been well covered in our pages. Protecting them, beyond what their legal status provides has been a sub-theme. Today, a story with a […]

50 Years Protecting The Longest Cave — Organikos