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There is a special charm that accompanies motorway navigation during road trips, where the presence or absence of company gives rise to different experiences. When accompanied by like-minded travel companions, the activity can be a crazy and exciting business focused on fun; alone, it can turn into a personal space of quiet solitude and contemplation. …

A video presentation on the history of “La Befana” from the Italian Hall committee is just one of the many virtual exhibitions of cultural dances, holiday recipes, crafts and winter traditions from the 33 committees. of the nationality room this week. 30th annual Open Day. The committee of the Italian room, chaired by Lina Insana, …

If there is a place where the sense of eternity exists, that place is the cinema. The seventh art has many definitions and some of the most iconic are: time travel and sustainability. The first allows you to go back and visit a story that takes place for example in the 1970s, or even in …

I am a first generation Indian Canadian. For me, the ultimate comfort food is a hot bowl filled with moong dal on a bed of fluffy basmati rice. For you, this might be an odd choice. However, I refuse to apologize. My food preferences are personally – and also culturally – significant. Due to my …

Better to check your garage for all those old games, books, and collectibles that you have kept for years, because they are definitely worth something. Goldin Market hosts an auction of hard-to-find items just in time for the holidays. The bundle includes over 80 pieces of movie memorabilia and 100 old comics, 460 retro video …

This weekend, Funkytown becomes a gateway to Japan by hosting the first Crunchyroll-powered Frontier Anime. The brand’s launch of experiential events will be “the ultimate Japanese pop culture experience,” say the creators of the nation’s second largest anime convention, Anime NYC. Left Media aims to take over Fort Worth from December 3-5 with “the greatest …

The Arts Bureau’s Weekly Choices for TV, Movies, Books and Music By JACOB ANDERSON – [email protected] Film: “California Split” dir. by Robert Altman (1974) Stemming from the magic of “The Long Goodbye” from 1973, Robert Altman’s fast-paced, laid-back chaos is perfectly suited to the anxious world of compulsive gamblers. The endlessly charming Elliott Gould, also …

We look back on its 70-year history, hear from its new president and present three exceptional cultural ambassadors. Inaugural Visit to Cameroon The new president of the Goethe-Institut, Carola Lentz, has been in office for a year. Her first big trip abroad took her to Douala and Yaoundé to celebrate the 60 years of the …

Vietnamese taekwondo martial artist Chau Tuyet Van (center) (Photo: VNA) Jakarta (VNA) – Vietnamese taekwondo martial artist Chau Tuyet Van as well as nine other prominent ASEAN athletes and sports officials were named ASEAN Women in Sport Ambassadors. This initiative is part of the ASEAN #WeScore campaign funded by Japan. The Ambassadors will use their …

Sometimes it takes an outsider to bring to light a culture of behavior that has taken hold. First-time director Allegra Pacheco certainly achieves it in her insightful documentary salary, which is broadcast via the Cambridge Film Festival at Home. Salary. Photo: Allegra Pacheco He explores the lives of overworked people in Japan – specifically, the …