Just a few hours ago, on Sunday June 27, the 2021 Bet Awards were held in Los Angeles. The Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles was teeming with "real" people and the stars gave their best, both on the red carpet and on stage. The luxury was certainly undeniable, but the style was sometimes lacking, and … Continue reading BET AWARDS 2021
Maybe someone had some doubts or hoped at least that the emergency (at least the peak) had passed, but objectively it was almost obvious that the state of emergency in Italy was extended until the end of the year. The infections, albeit low, are always there and are constant; they are mainly present in the … Continue reading ITALY, covid19: The state of emergency will be extended at the end of the year!
The SuperLuna show returns, even if it will be the last time for 2020 in which we will be able to attend this particular "space" show. Thursday 7 May the sky will give us the last Super Moon of the year. It will be the fourth and last of 2020, after those of February, … Continue reading 7th May: How to see the last supermoon of 2020
COVID-19 infections - often simply referred to as coronavirus - are increasing, especially outside China, but at the same time, psychosis in Italy is declining sharply. We are however in an emergency period and, to avoid unpleasant situations, Facebook has decided to cancel part of its F8 conference, which it holds annually with developers from … Continue reading Facebook cancels its most important conference of the year due the coronavirus
The famous popular proverb says: bisetile anno fatesta year .. will it be so? Regardless of beliefs and superstitions, 2020 began with one of the most perilous epidemics of recent decades. In addition, fires in Australia destroyed several hectares of land in early December. How will a person born on February 29th celebrate his birthday? … Continue reading 29th February: leap year day
2019 was the hottest year in the past 200 years. It is no coincidence that Magazine Time voted Greta Thunberg as the person of the year. So among the intentions for the new year there is certainly that of spreading green initiatives. Something is being done but very slowly. In Italy, the government has introduced … Continue reading 2019 was the hottest year in the past 200 years.
During the year-end mass (31 December 2019), Pope Francis' patience was put to the test. While Bergoglio was walking through the crowd, an oriental lady tugged on the Pope's hand, more than generally happens when a faithful wants to touch and greet the Pope. The Pope reacted abruptly, as has never been seen, by slapping … Continue reading The Pacience of Pope Francis: slaps a faithful!
The New Year is celebrated all over the world, or rather all over the world that has the Gregorian calendar, that is mainly the Christian one. For example, in some eastern countries such as China, New Year is celebrated on 25th January. The Jews instead celebrate the New Year generally in September. The Islamic New … Continue reading The New year in the world
2020 is an important year. Although from a conceptual point of view the decade begins in 2021, formally it starts in a few hours. The 1920s will in fact be represented as the years of the past decades of 1900 because until now the '10s and the' 00s had an ambiguous representation. The 20's are … Continue reading Year 2020: beginning of the decade ’20!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0aw8aG5FYlU This is most likely one of the best known songs for the new year. "New Year's Day" is a song by Irish rock band U2. It is the third track on their 1983 album War and was released as the album's lead single in January 1983. With lyrics written about the Polish Solidarity … Continue reading U2 – New Year’s Day