Vendée Globe: we would hate the South

Too much wind or too little. Clearly, the 28 sailors in this ninth Vendée Globe are hardly spoiled. The tauliers who know this corner of … Read more

Storm Bella: thousands of homes still without electricity

Households deprived of electricity, planes delayed on departure from Roissy airport… Storm Bella has been causing numerous disturbances since the night of Saturday to Sunday, … Read more

Apichatpong Weerasethakul, and rain is all

Syndromes and a Century, the international title of Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s film released in 2006, could serve as a title for the historical situation we have … Read more

Thriller Thursday: in the chaos of the H7N9 virus

Take a deep breath, dive into this book like a snorkel and let yourself sink deep into the abyss of the human soul. Reading One … Read more

Carole Martinez, nesting hearts – Culture / Next

everything starts from an old postcard: a silhouette with a long skirt walks on a road between a church and a post office. This woman … Read more

Covid-19: what do we know today about the transmission of the virus by aerosols in confined spaces?

Question asked by BARALE on 08/22/2020 Hello, The start of the school year is masked, In the enterprises as in classrooms. Before these decisions were … Read more

“In Mallard, one did not marry blacker than oneself”

Who decides if you are white or black, male or female? The heroines of Brit Bennett, 16-year-old twins who run away one morning in 1954, … Read more

“Track a ghost in the tundra”

Ellesmere Island, Canada. Treading the tundra, a vast white desert finally struck by the resuscitated light after the long months of polar night, a man … Read more