Author: Editorial Team
The diverse landscape of the Canary archipelago has been a favorite destination for the fulfillment of millions of tourists. Its volcanic origin, by itself, gives it a unique aura, with as much of inhospitable as of exotic, on its seven islands in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, near the Moroccan coast.Read More
Video game adaptations of novels are nothing out of the ordinary, but their impact in bringing Eastern European literature closer to global audiences cannot be understated.Read More
Dark Horse Books, in partnership with LucasFilm Ltd and Respawn Entertainment, is launching a special, hardcover artwork book based on Star Wars’ latest game installment.Read More
When we thrive to find ways to grow and develop our skills, here is a fresh new approach to mastering them.Read More
An Early Celebration of the 250th Anniversary of His Birth.
Malinowski let us know that he just recently completed a major work: adapting all of Beethoven’s String Quartets into his particular, always evolving style. And for this he turned to San Francisco’s Alexander String Quartet for their recordings.
Comprising dozens of thousands of texts and parchments, the Library stood for centuries as the world’s learning hub. It was an unprecedented endeavor that stays alive in the books of history as well as in our imagination, millennia after its destruction.Read More
The Hebrew proverbs are often brief and enigmatic such as ‘stone and stone; measure and measure’ (Prov. 20.10). In English translations, interpretation is often added, seemingly to make the proverb easier to understand (this has also occurred in the Old Greek translation of Proverbs, in the Septuagint). However, the proverbs are not actually designed to provide a quick answer to every situation, but to invite us to ponder on the meaning as it relates to different life contexts.Read More
- Human Migrations Across The Globe @OpenCulture November 15, 2019
- Canary Islands: Beyond the Movies November 2, 2019
- The Witcher, Metro and Co. – How Video Games Made Eastern European Novels Popular in the West October 20, 2019