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          Concorsi EPSO Novembre 2018 per 120 Laureati      Cache   Translate Page      
Nuove opportunità lavorative presso le istituzioni dell’Unione Europea attraverso i nuovi bandi indetti per la copertura di diverse posizioni lavorative in diversi paesi, tra cui Italia, Spagna, Belgio, Lussemburgo, Svezia, Slovenia, Malta. L’Ufficio europeo di selezione del personale si occupa del reclutamento di varie figure per le istituzioni e gli organi dell’Unione Europea. Costituito nel 2002, ...
          Wheelchair curling, Mondiali gruppo B dal 9 in Finlandia      Cache   Translate Page      

Dal 9 al 16 novembre si svolgeranno nella tradizionale sede di Lohja in Finlandia i Campionati Mondiali gruppo B di wheelchair curling ai quali parteciperà anche la nazionale italiana. Il torneo prevede due gironi di qualificazione con successivi scontri incrociati tra le prime tre di ogni girone. Il primo incontro per l’Italia con la Slovenia il giorno 9 novembre alle 17.30 ora locale. Le prime 3 squadre classificate si qualificheranno per il Mondiale gruppo A in Scozia, a marzo, che ...

          BLEEDING GODS Perform "Hera's Orchard" Live At MetalDays 2018; Pro-Shot Video Streaming      Cache   Translate Page      
Epic death/black metal formation Bleeding Gods performed at the 2018 edition of Slovenia's MetalDays festival, which took place July 22nd - 28th. Pro-shot video of the band's performance of the Dodekathlon album track, "Hera's Orchard", is available for streaming below. Says the band: "Thanks for all the support and...
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Ni motores diésel de última generación, ni gasolina, ni de gas natural. Las organizaciones medioambientales no están dispuestas a hacer concesiones cuando han pasado tres años de uno de los mayores escándalos de la industria automotriz: el Dieselgate.

Denuncian que aún hay 43 millones de coches diésel contaminantes solo en las carreteras europeas, y mientras Bruselas controla la batuta de un frenético concierto, los fabricantes esgrimen enfadados el arma del empleo y las ganancias cada vez que se endurecen los límites de emisiones. En medio, una población que recibe el mensaje de que sus dirigentes les prohíben coger el coche en ciudad y que es probable que se pregunte: "¿Y esto por qué?".

La industria se revuelve: ojo al empleo y la competitividad

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Si la Eurocámara estipula que los fabricantes han de reducir las emisiones de dióxido de carbono (CO₂) en un 45 % para 2030, (un 15 % más que los objetivos previamente acordados), la industria se echa las manos a la cabeza. Es lógico.

En Europa, la industria automotriz es un bien muy preciado: 12,6 millones de personas, o el 5,7 % de la población empleada de la Unión Europea, trabajan en el sector; 13,3 millones de forma directa e indirecta. Además, los vehículos de motor representan casi 396.000 millones de euros en contribuciones impositivas en la Europa de los 15, y genera un superávit comercial de alrededor de 90.000 millones.

La Asociación Europea de Fabricantes de Automóviles (ACEA) representa a los 15 principales fabricantes europeos de automóviles, furgonetas, camiones y autobuses: véase BMW, Volvo, Ford, Volkswagen, Daimler, Renault, FCA o PSA. Es el principal grupo detractor a nivel europeo de las políticas medioambientales restrictivas, y también del Brexit.

Sus principales argumentos giran en torno políticas que consideran demasiado agresivas por parte de Bruselas y a salvaguardar la competitividad de la industria. El consorcio cree que el nuevo marco regulatorio debe esforzarse por ser rentable, reflejar la diversidad del mercado y permitir la innovación sin imponer una opción tecnológica, sobre todo en lo que concierne a la electromovilidad.

Juegan además con el argumento del CO₂ para salvar el diésel: aseguran que estos motores queman hasta un 25 % menos de combustible que los motores de gasolina y pueden ser cruciales para ayudar a cumplir los objetivos climáticos a medio plazo. Y es que los fabricantes han invertido mucho dinero en motores diésel de última generación.

De hecho, cuando la Unión Europa anunció en mayo los objetivos que tendrán que cumplir los nuevos camiones pesados, la ACEA les propuso los suyos propios. Para 2025 deberán recortar las emisiones de CO₂ un 15 % y para 2030 un 30 %, mientras que la ACEA sugirió que el objetivo sea del 7 % para 2025 y del 16 % para 2030. "Los camiones no son coches grandes", dijeron.

Otro pilar fundamental en las reivindicaciones del sector es el del empleo. En España, la cruzada contra el diésel ha provocado que colectivos como la Asociación Nacional de Vendedores de Vehículos a Motor (Ganvam) o la asociación de fabricantes y automóviles ANFAC avisen de que miles de empleos podrían estar en peligro.

"Más de 40.000 empleos y 17 fábricas de automóviles en España están directamente vinculadas a la producción y venta de vehículos diésel en España. Se fabrican más de 1,2 millones de vehículos diésel en el país al año", ha comunicado la asociación, que ha resaltado que esta persecución al combustible diésel se inicia "cuando los motores están más avanzados tecnológicamente que nunca".

Hasta aquí todo correcto: fabricantes que se revuelven contra políticas que pueden hacerles perder competitividad y políticas que buscan la reducción de emisiones de gases contaminantes.

El problema llega cuando ni siquiera en el Parlamento Europeo se ponen de acuerdo sobre las acciones que debe tomar ante lo que sería una catastrófica subida de temperaturas.

El Parlamento europeo ha pedido límites más estrictos; la Comisión, más laxos

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En el Consejo de Ministros europeo, reunido hace unos días en Luxemburgo, tuvieron algunos problemas para ponerse de acuerdo respecto a los límites de emisiones. Mientras que los países del Este muestran su apoyo a los objetivos propuestos, aquellos que no cuentan con fábricas de coches piden niveles aún más altos. Por su parte, Alemania ha permanecido indecisa, una vez más.

Costó muchos días de complejas negociaciones en Luxemburgo, pero finalmente los 28 países europeos se han puesto de acuerdo: para 2030 los fabricantes de vehículos y furgonetas deberán reducir las emisiones de dióxido de carbono (CO₂) de sus productos en un 35 %, pero antes, en 2025, ya deberán haberlas reducido un 15 %.

El paquete obliga a que los nuevos coches matriculados en la Unión Europea no emitan más de 95 gramos de CO₂ por kilómetro en el año 2021, 80 gramos en 2024 y 66,5 gramos por kilómetro en 2030. Unos límites que la Comisión Europea (CE) ya advirtió que ocasionarían "la pérdida de miles de empleos en la industria automovilística europea". Así, la CE sugería una reducción del 30 %, no más.

Una posición exacta a la de Alemania, junto a los países del Este, que ha estado bloqueando el acuerdo ante el temor de dañar a su poderosa industria automotriz y que ha esgrimido también el arma del desempleo. En el otro extremo se han posicionado Suecia, Luxemburgo, Irlanda, Eslovenia y Francia, que ha liderado los grupos más ambiciosos pidiendo una reducción del 40 %.

España por su parte no ha querido tensar más la cuerda y se ha alineado en objetivos intermedios del 35 %; lejos no obstante del 40 % que propuso el Parlamento Europeo.

Las organizaciones medioambientales no quieren ni diésel, ni gasolina, ni gas natural, pero...

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Mientras que el mundo se divide entre los que creen que los límites deberían ser más laxos y los que los piden más estrictos, a las organizaciones medioambientales no les vale nada. Una exhaustiva investigación publicada por la Federación Europea de Transporte y Medio Ambiente revela que el gas como alternativa al petróleo y los combustibles fósiles no tiene ningún beneficio sobre el medio ambiente ni se aprecian mejoras climáticas con su uso.

Es decir, según esta visión, ni el Gas Natural Comprimido (GNC) ni el Gas Natural Licuado (GNL) que gozan de ayudas estatales y exenciones en periodos de alta contaminación en ciudades como Madrid, ya que reciben la etiqueta ECO, contaminan menos.

Transport and Environment también denuncia que aún hay 43 millones de motores diésel contaminantes en las carreteras de Europa, y su número continúa creciendo tres años después de que el escándalo del Dieselgate se destapara. Francia se lleva la palma con 8.741 diésel Euro 5 y Euro 6, seguida de Alemania, Reino Unido, Italia y España.

La organización asegura que los motores de nueva generación están diseñados para pasar la prueba reglamentaria en carretera, pero pueden emitir más allá del límite legal cuando son conducidos por usuarios comunes y no por ingenieros.

Sin embargo, esta obsesión contra los coches diésel y las emisiones de óxidos de nitrógeno (NOx) ha provocado que la media de emisiones de CO₂ correspondiente a los coches nuevos comercializados en 2017 subiera por primera vez en los últimos diez años. Concretamente 1 g/km más de media.

Tal y como señaló la patronal de concesionarios españoles Faconauto, una de las principales causas de este repunte es la caída en las ventas de los coches diésel de última generación, que afirman que emiten mucho menos CO₂ que los de gasolina.

Y es que a medida que los fabricantes tienen que extraer más energía de cada gota de combustible y reducir las emisiones de CO₂ aparecen otros productos en los gases de los motores de gasolina como los Nox, que contienen partículas cancerígenas.

De nuevo, los coches eléctricos y de hidrógeno se presentan como la alternativa más ecológica, pero la fabricación de las baterías de iones de litio esconde un enorme impacto en el medio ambiente y la vulneración de derechos humanos. De momento, parece que estamos en una encrucijada.

En España, activistas de Greenpeace simularon hace unos meses que estrellaban un coche contra el Museo Reina Sofía en Madrid para avisar de que la temperatura global no puede aumentar más. Para conseguirlo, afirman que los motores de combustión y los híbridos deben desaparecer en 10 años.

Pero lo gordo está en un reciente informe realizado por el Grupo Intergubernamental de Expertos sobre el Cambio Climático, de las Naciones Unidas, considerado como la principal guía científica para formular políticas gubernamentales en torno al Acuerdo de París.

En él se advierte de las irreversibles consecuencias si el calentamiento global continúa a su ritmo actual y las temperaturas aumentan 1,5 grados entre el 2030 y el 2052. Pérdida de ecosistemas, extinción de especies, climas extremos... Más aún de lo que ya estamos experimentando.

El problema del diésel: una tarta hecha de capas crudas y quemadas

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Si tuviéramos que deconstruir el problema como si de una tarta se tratara, tendríamos en la base el aumento global de temperaturas. Un problema tan monumental para el planeta, que debería hacer fácil que la siguiente capa se solidificara: el compromiso de todos los países para evitar que la temperatura global aumente más de 1,5 grados a mitad de siglo.

Pero esa capa aún está sin cocinar; tenemos a países como Estados Unidos, Nicaragua o la maltratada Siria -dadle tiempo a Brasil con Bolsonaro a la cabeza- fuera del Acuerdo de París. En Europa, por otro lado, tenemos países que no están muy seguros de querer aplicar estándares muy restrictivos para no perder competitividad.

La siguiente capa es el resultado de una mala receta: la de volcar toda la responsabilidad de la mala calidad del aire en el transporte terrestre. Más aún: en el transporte privado. El Comisario europeo de Acción por el Clima y Energía, Miguel Arias Cañete, explicó durante una ponencia cómo avanzaban las negociaciones en Bruselas respecto a los límites que se impondrían.

Aclaró que dejaba fuera de la ecuación a dos pesos pesados: la navegación y la aviación. Pero no solo se deja fuera del debate a estos sectores por norma general; el sector comercial, residencial, institucional, la deforestación o la producción de electricidad y calor se suelen obviar en los debates del coche diésel y las emisiones.

Si pasamos a la siguiente capa, bastante cocinada, nos encontramos con las políticas medioambientales que se están aplicando en todo el mundo, centradas sobre todo en restricciones de circulación por las áreas urbanas y la prohibición de la venta de motores de combustión en las próximas décadas.

Parlamento Europeo Fuente: Parlamento Europeo.

Si volvemos a la base del pastel, recordaremos ese grado y medio de aumento de temperaturas global que ha potenciado todo el sabor de la capa de las restricciones, pero que solemos olvidar cuando nos afectan. Por encima también hay espolvoreadasmultas económicas que Bruselas aplica a las ciudades que no cumplen con los límites de emisiones.

Llegamos entonces a la guinda del pastel: la ciudadanía, consumidores afectados y usuarios asiduos del transporte privado que ahora ven restringidos sus vehículos en las áreas urbanas y están enfadados, claro. Restricciones que no se aplican a transportistas, taxistas o autobuses que sin embargo potencian la receta con sus emisiones.

El resultado: una tarta de ingredientes confusos, mal cocinados y cuya base se ha menospreciado. Una vez más se deja fuera del debate nuestra salud, las enfermedades, las muertes prematuras y lo que provocará el aumento de temperaturas en la Tierra. Deconstruir el problema para entenderlo puede ser la solución ante la desinformación. Para entender lo que está en juego.

Foto | Facebook/Greenpeace España.


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The expanded third edition of the Historical Dictionary of Slovenia covers personalities and events that have made a mark on Slovenia in the more than a decade since the last edition. This includes new entries related to Slovenia’s first 13 years as a member of NATO and the EU, changing diplomatic relations with its neighbors and other global states and institutions, a new crop of politicians who have upended the political status quo, entries related to Slovenia’s worst 21st century recession (2008-2013), nationwide protests against corruption, and many other developments.

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Unusual, offbeat, quirky events you might not otherwise know about. by Stranger Things To Do Staff To prevent some of the quirkier and more extraordinary events from slipping through the cracks, we've compiled them here—from Goodwill's 35th Annual Glitter Sale to an Armistice Day Centennial Commemoration, and from Good Mourning: An Interactive Arts Festival About Grief to Pray for Snow.

WEDNESDAY

COMMUNITY

1. Civic Cocktail: Protecting Orcas + Election Review
For this installment of Civic Cocktail, Q13 News analyst C.R. Douglas and Seattle Times reporter Lynda Mapes will serve as guest panelists in a discussion on two important topics: Southern Resident Killer Whale recovery and a review of the midterm elections (during which time Pramila Jayapal, KTTH radio host Jason Rantz, and Seattle University political science professor Marco Lowe will join in).

FILM

2. Far Out
Saturate your eyeballs with sweeping views of a remote and largely unexplored mountain range, the Albanian Alps, as well as the Purcell Mountains of British Columbia, the Crazy Mountains in Montana, the Slovenian Alps, Jackson Hole, and more, as explored by athletic adventurers. Proceeds from the screening will benefit the Northwest Avalanche Center.

3. The Reluctant Radical
Environmental activist Ken Ward commits crimes against the fossil fuel industry in order to fight against climate change. Join Ward himself, along with filmmaker Lindsey Grayzel, for a post-film Q&A.

4. Somm 3: Seattle Premiere
Three wine connoisseurs meet in Paris to drink the rarest bottles of vin, while blind tasters in New York settle an age-old argument about the drink. This screening of Somm 3 will also feature a Q&A with three newly minted Seattle sommeliers, as well as a Quilceda Creek Cabernet Sauvignon toast.

FOOD & DRINK

5. New Belgium and Theo's Beer and Chocolate Pairing
Sate your chocolate cravings with a side of suds, with four New Belgium Brewing beers paired with four chocolates from Theo Chocolate.

6. A Night of Coffee Beers feat. Caffe Vita
Seattle loves its coffee and its beer, so Redhook has combined the two for their two coffee beers: Kaffenator, a small-batch coffee dopplebock made in collaboration with Caffe Vita, and Continuous Revelation Coffee IPA, a new limited release. They'll have both available for happy hour, along with food pairings and Caffe Vita swag and coffee samples.

7. Plenty Pop-Up: Indoor Farmed Produce for a Sustainable Future
Try sustainably grown, "hyper-local" produce from Plenty's vertical indoor farm 20 miles away from the city.

8. Science of Coffee: Sustainability
At this workshop hosted by Onda Coffee and Ada's, listen to environment and agriculture experts discuss how climate change is affecting the future of coffee and how sustainable farming practices can help.

9. Scotch and Oysters
Indulge in the somewhat peculiar pairing of briny oysters and peaty Scotch.

GEEK

10. Harry Potter Trivia
Take advantage of an opportunity to briefly escape the muggle world at this Harry Potter trivia night.

PERFORMANCE

11. ElectroThrust
Watch sexy persons pay tribute to electronica with signature slinky moves. Admire Jonny Porkpie (your MC), Queen Inga, Dee Flowered (all the way from Georgia)!, Di Lovely (from San Diego!), Indy Fire (Denver), and many other beauties from across the US and even that most torrid of countries, Canada.

12. SuicideGirls: Blackheart Burlesque
SuicideGirls Blackheart Burlesque promises a "geeky twist" on burlesque performance, with pop culture references including Star Wars, Sailor Moon, Stranger Things, and Rick & Morty.

READINGS & TALKS

13. ALT Poetry Reading and Open Mic
Head to a night of poetry readings with A Gallo-Brown, L Swartz, and T Clear, and read your own in an open mic if you're brave.

14. L.A. Kauffman: How to Read a Protest
At this Town Hall talk, author and activist L.A. Kauffman will outline the history of America's most important protest movements from the 1963 March on Washington on. If you're curious about whether protests achieve anything, how they've changed, and what messages they carry, this is for you.

15. Paul Dorpat and Jean Sherrard on Now and Then
Historian Paul Dorpat has been collecting photo columns in Seattle for years. Join him as he presents a retrospective of his work—you'll learn some interesting things about the historical trajectory of Seattle.

16. Suzanne M. Wolfe: A Murder by Any Name
If you love historical fiction set in Elizabethan England, join Suzanne M. Wolfe as she reads from her latest novel about the murder of Queen Elizabeth I's most beloved lady-in-waiting, A Murder by Any Name.

17. Suzanne Matson: Ultraviolet
In Suzanne Matson’s new novel, Ultraviolet, we meet three generations of women in 1930s India. Hear the author read.

WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY-SUNDAY

ART

18. Good Mourning: An Interactive Arts Festival About Grief
This series invites artists from Seattle and beyond to show work across mediums that addresses grief. Pieces include a panel from the NAMES Project's AIDS memorial quilt; a video game called "Loss Levels" by digital artist Dan Hett; a community art piece called "Arts & Casket," where visitors can decorate a cardboard cremation casket; zines by Christina Tran; a soft sculpture by Elise Bernal; jewelry about "parental fears" by Sara Eileen; and more.
Opening Wednesday

WEDNESDAY-SUNDAY

ART

19. Eli Wolff
Eli Wolff takes off on cartoons, horror movies, video games, and other childhood influences to craft fun monster-y art.
Closing reception Saturday

20. Visions of Pasifika: Light from Another World
This exhibit focuses on Pacific Islander artists, incorporating tradition while looking to the future.
Closing Sunday

COMMUNITY

21. On the Battlefront and the Homefront: Rentonites in the Great War
Discover how Rentonites took part in World War I, whether by enlisting or by working on the home front as farmers, draft board workers, or nurses.

FILM

22. The 35th Annual Olympia Film Festival
The 35th Annual Olympia Film Festival will work with the theme “Inclusion, Independence, Discovery,” with 50 features and shorts created by a diverse range of filmmakers and artists.

PERFORMANCE

23. Roald Dahl's 'Matilda'
A psychokinetic genius girl faces down an evil, bullying school principal in the musical based on Roald Dahl's messed-up kids' novel.

THURSDAY

ART

24. Art for All Ball
Enjoy an evening of "Painting! Music! Poetry! Performance! Community! Bubbles! Dinner! Dancing!" with Path With Art students (all of whom are working to overcome homelessness, addiction, and other trauma) as they celebrate 10 years of creativity.

25. Intro to Calligraphy
Impress your holiday card recipients by learning to write out the alphabet in beautiful, swirly strokes.

COMMUNITY

26. From the CEO's Perspective
A panel of CEOs (Scott McFarlane of Avalara, Sharelle Klaus of Dry Soda Co., and Aaron Easterly of Rover.com) will talk about how their Northwest businesses are addressing the tough times brought on by our current administration.

27. Honoring the Wisdom of Our Elders
Local Native elders will share their stories and experiences.

FILM

28. Free Screening of “Dirtbag: The Legend of Fred Beckey”
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center will screen the award-winning documentary Dirtbag: The Legend of Fred Beckey, about one very courageous and pioneering mountain climber, as a "thank you" to the Fred Hutch-affiliated organization Climb to Fight.

29. Hecklevision: Dune
a If you haven't playfully jeered—if not aggressively ridiculed—the screen while watching David Lynch's film adaption of Dune, we respect your tolerance for cheesiness. If you have, here's your chance to send your heckling texts straight to the big screen for the rest of the audience to enjoy.

FOOD & DRINK

30. American Purple Limited Edition Release
Be the first to try Elysian's new extremely limited American Purple beer, an American-Style Flanders Red aged in Chardonnay barrels with blackberry puree and a blend of yeasts, and tap into your painterly side with art supplies to customize your own growler.

PERFORMANCE

31. The Detention Lottery
In this educational and interactive theater project, you or your randomly selected fictional family member from the audience will be detained and have to stand before an immigration judge, who will determine your fate.

32. Pregnancy and Infant Loss: A Night of Storytelling
As part of Good Mourning: An Interactive Arts Festival About Grief, Stephanie Dethlefs, Heather Paul, Sam IAm, Ella Jarman-Pinto, and Elena Martinez will perform stories about miscarriage and infant loss.

READINGS & TALKS

33. David Skover: Robotica
Local authors David Skover and Ronald Collins will explore the relationship bettween "machine speech" and artificial intelligence in relation to free speech. The authors ask: "Is robotic expression 'speech' within the meaning of the First Amendment?"

34. Dr. Tilman Ruff: Safeguarding Health and Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe
Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility will host Dr. Tilman Ruff for a talk titled "Safeguarding Health and Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe."

35. An Evening with Grace Bonney
Join Design*Sponge founder and In the Company of Women author Grace Bonney for a reception and live taping for the first season of her new podcast, discussing various challenges faced by entrepreneurs and creatives. The event will also celebrate the release of the second issue of her new magazine, Good Company (the "Fearless Issue").

36. Jill Lightner: Scraps, Peels, and Stems
According to the organizers, every person in the United States throws out nearly 20 pounds of food each month. Join Jill Lightner, author of Scraps, Peels, and Stems, for some tips on how to make use of all that good stuff.

37. NW Literary Survival Kit
Expand your knowledge of Northwest authors with the best teachers in town: Local librarians.

38. Renee Simms: Meet Behind Mars
Welcome Renee Simms, who teaches African American Studies at the University of Puget Sound, for a reading of her first book of stories, which covers a variety of genres (realist, satirical, and "fabulist" according to novelist Dr. Asali Solomon) with African American characters.

39. Sarah Cannon: The Shame of Losing
At the age of 32, Sarah Cannon's husband Matt was badly injured by a falling tree branch. In this memoir, which she'll read from tonight, the prominent Edmonds-based essayist uses diary entries, introspective letters, and other non-linear devices to flesh out themes of pain, loss, and difficult choices.

SPORTS & RECREATION

40. Pray for Snow
Summon a snowy winter on the mountain by busting out your '80s neon ski garb, dancing to live music by Nite Wave, seeing an "epic ski film" and a retro ski fashion show, and filling up on fried confections in a Twinkie Roast. Proceeds will benefit the Northwest Avalanche Center.

THURSDAY-FRIDAY

PERFORMANCE

41. American Horror Story: Drag Show
Admit it, American Horror Story has been screaming for a drag tribute ever since the ghost in the gimp suit showed up in Season One. Irene Dubois and SHE will host this post-Halloween fright fest, featuring special guest Bosco.

42. Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker
A cast of touring ballet dancers from Moscow will take their 26th tour across the United States to perform the Great Russian Nutcracker, which promises puppets and amazing costumes.

THURSDAY-SATURDAY

ART

43. Michael Doyle: Pantry
Explore domestic spaces and more with Michael Doyle's paintings and works on paper.
Closing Saturday

THURSDAY-SUNDAY

PERFORMANCE

44. Burlycon
Meet and learn from experienced burlesque performers at this four-day educational convention. Special guests include Brandy Wilde (the first burlesque dancer of Parisian cabaret Crazy Horse Paris), Angie Pontani, and Lisa Petrucci.

45. LIFT
The action of LIFT takes place over a mere minute among riders of a London tube passing through Covent Garden, but this time stretches through the mental existence of the characters. Gregory Award-winning actor/director Richard Gray will direct.

46. Much Ado About Nothing
Continuing their "Pursuit" series, indie company Fern Shakespeare will stage Much Ado About Nothing with an all-womxn cast. Everything ends well in this comedy of hearsay, but not before gossip and malice nearly ruin some innocent lives.

FRIDAY

ART

47. Washington Wild Photography Exhibition with Stretch and Staple
Washington Wild and Snapshot Collective will collaborate on an exhibition of wildlife photography, with proceeds benefitting the preservation of local lands and waters.

48. Homelessness: the Disgrace of a Wealthy Nation
Keith Artz's installation inside the Maple Leaf Lutheran Church, which has hosted a tent city and hosts a shelter, addresses one of the most urgent problems in our city.
Closing Friday

COMEDY

49. Adultarama
Two Seattle comics will make jokes about growing up.

COMMUNITY

50. Adult Swim
If you have kids, leave 'em at home and experience the Seattle Aquarium after hours. KEXP DJ Troy Nelson will spin party jams, and you can enjoy you fill of drinks and hors d’oeuvres while you visit with a giant Pacific octopus, among other things.

51. Coastal Carnivore Conservation in the Pacific Northwest
Join the Raincoast Conservation Foundation for an evening dedicated to permanently protecting the coastal carnivores of the Great Bear Rainforest.

FESTIVALS

52. Wine Women & Shoes
For wine enthusiasts and shoe fetishists of Sex and the City proportions, this fundraiser raising money for foster kids in Washington will include wine and culinary tastings, auctions, shopping, a raffle, a "Best in Shoe" competition, a fashion show, and hunky "Shoe Guys."

FILM

53. Meaningful Movies: To Err Is Human
At this Meaningful Movies screening, see a documentary about "the silent epidemic" of patient harm and other flaws in the US healthcare system.

GEEK & GAMING

54. Essen Import Party
Open your game-loving mind to titles from all over the world, as showcased in Essen, Germany's SPIEL trade show.

MUSIC

55. Beyonce vs. Rihanna
Dance to the hits of two R&B/hiphop icons, Beyoncé and Rihanna.

56. Nearly Dan
Steely Dan were one of the smartest bands to consistently rack up platinum records. They got away with singing blisteringly acerbic lyrics and executing complex key changes and tricky time signatures while accruing crazy air time on commercial radio, back when that meant something. So a band dedicated to paying tribute to Steely Dan has to be sharper than your typical homage outfit. Nearly Dan’s 12 members (who’ve played with Ray Charles, the Four Tops, the Temptations, Gladys Knight, and, most importantly, Huey Lewis) are up to the task, interpreting the hits and deep cuts with a professionalism that would impress Donald Fagen and the late Walter Becker’s accountants. DAVE SEGAL

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57. Abby London is "Miss-Chievous"
Idahoan musician Abby London will bring her one-woman variety show filled with "costumes, baton, piano, guitar, vocals, and then some" to Greenwood.

58. Epicuriositease: A Sampling of Earthly Delights
Kevin Incroyable will host a night of live music, burlesque, and circus arts, paired with an optional wine tasting. Your slinky purveyors of visual pleasure will be La Petite Mort, Nina Nightshade, Sage Viniconis, Holly Dai, and Anna Clara Buoyant.

59. The Lalas
The Lalas of LA, seen in Justin Timberlake videos and at the Emmys, promise a sexy, interactive, comedic show.

60. Watch What Crappens
A podcast for Bravo junkies and skeptics will visit Seattle fans. Hosts Ben Mandelker and Ronnie Karam are guaranteed to go into exhaustive detail.

READINGS & TALKS

61. Blair Imani: Modern HerStory
Blair Imani will be ready to educate you with her book Modern HerStory, all about the women, people of color, queers, disabled people, and others who've been sidelined by traditional narratives of progress.

62. Coffee & Concepts
UW School of Drama hosts this series of talks by scholars and practitioners, aimed at students and the general public. The series will wrap up with drama scholar Stefka Mihaylova.

63. A Kink in the Cure
Tim Murray's multimedia show is a sex-positive story of healing through kink.

64. Reading with Ravenna Press
Join contributors of Ravenna Press, which "prides itself on bringing together the discerning reader and the stimulating book," for a reading.

FRIDAY-SATURDAY

COMEDY

65. Mark Normand
Mark Normand can boast appearances on Comedy Central, Conan, Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Inside Amy Schumer, and many other hit shows. He's also won first place at the Great American Comedy Festival. He'll share some of that Brooklynite humor.

MUSIC

66. Women in Song Series
Celebrate womxn musicians at this six-part live music series, this time with Annie Phalen Group, Five Letter Word, Del Rey, and Salt Luck.

PERFORMANCE

67. Bindlestiff Seattle
Amoy Barya, Godsilya and Chunky Chonkeez will help document the lives of 1930s Filipino farm workers with a performance of Carlos Bulosan’s America is in the Heart.

SHOPPING

68. The Great Junk Hunt
Scavenge for vintage and repurposed goods of all kinds at this traveling market.

69. Newport Ski and Snowboard Swap 2018
Winter sports season is fast approaching, so now's a good time to swap gear you don't want for gear you do want. Here you can find over 10,000 new and used snow sport items.

FRIDAY-SUNDAY

ART

70. Fortune House: Tarot & Palm Readings by Cindy Mochizuki
As part of the Group Therapy exhibition, Vancouver psychic Cindy Mochizuki will set up a trade: If you tell her about a personal monster of yours, she'll bestow upon you a tarot reading and translate your words into a work of art.

FESTIVALS

71. Seattle International Auto Show
This isn't your typical neighborhood car display—the Seattle International Auto Show provides rodders and gearheads with four days of luxury test drives, demos, family activities, and more from tons of exhibitors. Don't miss Women's Day on Friday.

GEEK

72. Discover Science Weekend
Engage in interactive experiments with aquatic researchers.

PERFORMANCE

73. Framed
Art criticism's stakes grow unnaturally high in Y York's play about love and rivalry amongst two artists and their husbands, one of whom is a mob boss, the other a wannabe made man. A production by Snowflake Avalanche.

74. Something Unspoken and Other One-Act Plays by Tennessee Williams
Best-known for longer contributions to the American canon like Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and A Streetcar Named Desire, Tennessee Williams also wrote some incisive one-acts. Civic Rep will pay tribute to the Southern maven.

75. Too Much Information
These nine short plays by local writers Patty Carlson, Lyn Coffin, Josephine DeLellis, Karen DeMasters, Oneda Harris, Chris Mathews, Jorj Savage, and Donna Van Norman cover everything from "grammar nazis" to "lost drivers."

SHOPPING

76. 30th Annual Best of the Northwest Art and Fine Craft Show
See and shop work by over 100 local artists and artisans at this annual market.

SATURDAY

ART

77. George Jennings: Diverse Beauty
Jennings's solo exhibition celebrates racially diverse beauty in works inspired by Mucha, Parrish, and others.

78. The Universal Works Repaired Event
Universal Works debut a collaboration of repurposed garments with design company Atelier & Repairs for guests to peruse and purchase. The pieces in this trunk show widely feature the Japanese-style Sashiko repair stitch, hand painting, and second-hand trims and fabrics.

79. Yarn Revolution Indie Fiber Market
Fifteen local and regional indie dyers and makers will hawk their fiber wares. Stock up on scarves for winter and win door prizes.

COMEDY

80. Intentional Joy Noise Student Showcase
Budding comics who have spent eight weeks studying the craft of stand-up with delightful local comic Emmett Montgomery will showcase their newly refined talents.

COMMUNITY

81. Filipino Christmas Lantern Workshop
Make a star-shaped Parol (a Filipino Christmas lantern) at this holiday workshop.

82. Seattle Black Panther Party Youth Empowerment Summit
Young people continue to show up at the helm of social justice movements, from Black Lives Matter to #MeToo to March for our Lives. The Youth Empowerment Summit continues the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Black Panther Party's Seattle branch, where youth community organizers from around the city gather to share political education, organize around important causes, and build relationships.

83. Seattle Celebration for the Animals!
Snack on tasty vegan snacks, drinks, and desserts, bid on items in a silent auction, and join a dance party in support of the Humane League efforts "to reduce animal suffering."

84. Wreath Making Workshop
Make a festive holiday wreath using real pine cones and acorns, cool ribbon, and a fresh assortment of Evergreen trimmings.

FOOD & DRINK

85. 2 Year AnniFREEsary
To celebrate two years of business, Ounces will buy Delfino's Chicago-Style Pizza for 200 customers and release their anniversary beer brewed in collaboration with Matchless Brewing and Chainline Brewing Company, in addition to giving away more freebies and swag.

86. BBIS Release Party - Bourbon Barrel Imperial Stout
Try Reuben's much-anticipated 2018 release of their award-winning Bourbon Barrel Imperial Stout.

87. The Big Lebrewski Winter Beer Taste
Warm up with 10 tastes of winter ales and ciders from over 35 local breweries, plus pub snacks and homemade treats.

88. Eat Like Your ORIJEN Dog
This brunch hosted by the "biologically appropriate" ORIJEN dog food brand invites you to "eat like your dog" with a menu inspired by the fresh, local ingredients in their dog food, accompanied by beer, wine, and coffee. The first 50 guests will receive a "doggie bag" of party favors to take home.

89. Eleventh Anniversary Party
Turn it up to 11 with Two Beers's anniversary party, which will include a celebratory Birthday Cake IPA brewed with lactose sugar and vanilla bean, plus special beers on tap, actual cake, and gastropub grub from the Bread and Circuses food truck.

90. Populuxe Beer Can Derby
To celebrate the can release of Populuxe Brewing's IPA and CDA, test your engineering skills by crafting your own beer can car and racing it down a pinewood derby track.

91. Wink Doughnuts Pop-Up
Start off your Saturday with gluten-free, organic, and plant-based doughnuts from Wink, with an exclusive coffee and doughnut pairing from Broadcast Coffee Roasters.

GEEK

92. Harry Potter Films Trivia Night
Harry Potter fans who appreciate the movies just as much as the books can answer trivia questions based on the eight films.

MUSIC

93. From The Silver Screen
In a program directed by maestro Alan Futterman, the Bremerton Symphony will perform a triad of pieces from 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Blue Danube by J. Strauss, Zarathustra Opening by R. Strauss, Ligeti's Lux Aeterna, Bach's Passacaglia, Leopold Stokowski's Fugue in C Minor from The Godfather, and John Williams's E.T. theme.

94. Girls! Girls! Girls! with Fishlure & Mother Church
Join Fishlure & Mother Church in celebrating the great femmes of our time, from Debbie Harry to Stevie Nicks.

95. The High Council, The Jauntee
Ultimate Phish-head reggae-rock weed-centric jam band the High Council will take over Ballard for a THC-infused set with the Jauntee.

96. I Want It That Way: '90s/'00s Night with #All4Doras, DJ Pryma, DJ Lo Knows
Relive your millennial childhood with Seattle's only boy band #All4Doras as they perform hits from the '90s and '00s alongside DJ Pryme and DJ Lo Knows.

97. WAVES Presents: Biolumina
Immerse yourself in a bioluminescent space by pretending you're a glowing sea creature at this dreamy electronic dance party and installation.

READINGS & TALKS

98. CoCA and La Sala present: Literary Readings and Discussion
Artists J.A. Dela Cruz-Smith and Maiah A Merino will talk about their creative processes in a Q&A moderated by Catalina Cantu of La Sala. In addition, representatives of the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project will talk about their organization.

99. Not Just for Kids: Inspiring Bold Conversations about Children's Books
Dr. Anu Taranath, a professor of children's lit at the University of Washington, will discuss the genre's value for both young and old.

100. Saturday University: South Indian Court Dance
Learn about South Indian courtly dance traditions in a lecture and demonstration with Hari Krishnan.

SHOPPING

101. HYEI Studio Launch Party
Shop apparel, sneakers, and accessories at this HYEI studio pop-up by Guillermo Bravo x SILVAE. Stay on for a dance party into the wee hours.

SATURDAY-SUNDAY

COMMUNITY

102. Political Therapy Workshop with Liz Magic Laser and Valerie Bell
"Certified professional life coach" Valerie Bell will lead a "curative drama workshop" to help participants find connections between their political affiliations and feelings.

FILM

103. Celluloid Bainbridge Film Festival
This festival used to only show films made by Bainbridge Island filmmakers, but it's since expanded to include work from Washington State, Oregon, Idaho, Alaska, and British Columbia. This year brings a 20th anniversary retrospective (on Sunday), which will revisit highlights from year's past, including Boomtown, Outsourced, The Gefilte Fish Chronicles, and Birth of a Salesman.

PERFORMANCE

104. 14/48:HS
Support talented local teens by watching 14 world-premiere plays written, directed, produced, and performed by high schoolers.

SHOPPING

105. 35th Annual Glitter Sale
Seattle's Goodwill flagship store will be filled with the absolute sparkliest clothes, shoes, and accessories for its glorious annual two-day Glitter Sale. Whether you're looking to find something flashy for a big event or you want the contents of your closet to better resemble a sea of gems, this is the place to go.

106. Latvian Christmas Bazaar
While you shop for handmade crafts and jewelry by local Latvian artists, try cakes, piragi (rolled bread), and Christmas cookies, and take in a traditional dance performance.

107. Oddmall Emporium of the Weird
Shop for goods from over 85 indie artisans to sate all your kitschy needs and desires.

SUNDAY

ART

108. Opening Reception: Kiliii Yuyan - On the Sea Ice, We Wear White
Discover the indigenous lands of the Arctic at the opening reception of this photography exhibit by Kiliii Yuyan.

COMMUNITY

109. Armistice Day Centennial Commemoration
Armistice Day turns 100 years old this year, and this celebration will mark the centennial with an opening ceremony, featuring the ringing of the historic Great Seattle Fire bell and a wreath-laying ceremony. Afterwards, there will be special events at the museum including historical presentations and viewing opportunities for their WW1 America archival exhibition, and a round-trip cruise on Lake Union to UW’s WWI Navy seaplane hangar. 

110. NW Marxism Conference 2018
This conference offers educational sessions that combat the far-right sensibilities of the current administration. Stop by "From #MeToo to Women's Liberation," "Revolutionary Socialism, Democratic Socialism, and Social Democracy," "Fascism: What It Is and How To Fight It," and more.

FESTIVALS

111. Seattle Slack Key Festival
This all-day music festival is dedicated to Kanikapila-style Hawaiian music, which makes use of the open-tuned slack key guitar (as well as the steel guitar and the ukulele). A few of this year's musicians include Ledward Kaapana, George Kuo, Jeff Peterson, Kunia Galdeira, Sonny Lim, and Jeff Au Hoy.

FILM

112. Hecklevision: Starship Troopers
Rather than make fun of the '90s mystery/thriller Starship Troopers out loud, send your snarky texts straight to the big screen for the rest of the audience to see.

113. Moving History: Sticky Shed Syndrome - An Archival Screening
Moving Image Preservation of Puget Sound presents the latest installment of Moving History: an archival screening called Sticky Shed Syndrome, featuring footage collected from the Bainbridge Island Historical Museum, the King County Archives, the Museum of History and Industry, Scarecrow Video, and elsewhere.

FOOD & DRINK

114. Bizzarro Bizarre Bazaar and Wine Tasting
While you taste wine for free (!), peruse paintings by Chris Crites, jewelry by LM-Inspired, knitwear by Ravel and Unravel, holiday gifts by Wabi and Sabi Co., and magnets by Denise Reed.

MUSIC

115. 1111: Raygun Orchestra, Pink Void, Glacial, NV
Local noise artists like Professor Raygun will perform their experimental sounds.

116. Childsplay: Fiddlers, Fiddles, and Fiddlemaker with Karan Casey
Folksy supergroup Childsplay is comprised of fiddlers from across the Celtic world and the U.S., featuring Irish singer Karan Casey. They'll celebrate their first show in Seattle since 1992 with their band of 14 fiddlers and nine instrumentalists, dancers, and singers.

117. Neil Young's Birthday Show with Rubies in the Dust
Rubies in the Dust will play all your Neil Young favorites.

118. Oleaje Flamenco
Oleaje Flamenco will welcome their new guitarist, Israel Heredia, and guest dancer Talia Ortega Vestal, for a special show.

PERFORMANCE

119. The BurlyCon Burlesque Benefit
Raise money for the BurlyCon burlesque conference.

120. The DA (Dumbledore's Army)
This all-ages fundraiser for the Imperial Sovereign Court of Seattle (who provide funds for local LGBTQ+ services) will take the form of a Harry Potter drag show with kings and queens alike.

121. Stormy Daniels DREAM GIRLS at Sodo
Stormy Daniels will perform in Sodo on her Support the Troops tour, where veterans and active military personnel will get free admission.  READINGS & TALKS

122. Asia Talks: Sari Stories
Local women will share personal stories about wearing saris as part of the Peacock in the Desert exhibit.

123. Grieving the Loss of Companion Animals: A Panel Discussion
How do you cope with the loss of a beloved pet? As part of Good Mourning: An Interactive Arts Festival About Grief, join panelists Heather Woodke (a veterinarian studying medical ethics) and Sonja Furney (who runs the dog-training company Get Your Sit Together) for a discussion. 

124. Madeline DeFrees: Subjective Geography: A Poet's Thoughts on Life and Craft
Poets Laura Jensen, Sharon Bryan, and Jennifer Maier (and editor Anne McDuffie) will celebrate the release of a new anthology, Subjective Geography: A Poet's Thoughts on Life and Craft, with a group reading.

125. Rita Wirkala
Seattle-based Argentinian writer Rita Wirkala is responsible for a wide range of novels, poetry, literary essays, and textbooks. Tonight, she'll read from her most recent English-language book of short stories, Tales for The Dreamer.


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El pasado verano evidenció la desaceleración de la actividad turística en España como consecuencia de la mejora de los destinos competidores del Mediterráneo, que han registrado un fuerte aumento de los turistas británicos y alemanes, dos de los principales mercados emisores a nuestro país. Turquía, Egipto, Grecia, Túnez y Marruecos han recuperado gran parte del terreno perdido desde 2011, cuando iniciaron una fase de inestabilidad social y política alentada por la llamada primavera árabe.


Turquía es el gran rival de España por capacidad de plazas y sus hoteles ultra todo incluido, que resultan muy atractivos para las familias europeas.

Cuenta con 1,13 millones de plazas hoteleras, la mayoría en zonas vacacionales -cerca de 750.000-, ubicadas en amplios resorts. El resurgimiento de este destino se explica en parte porque ha mejorado la percepción de seguridad entre los viajeros. A ello hay que sumarle la gran relación calidad-precio y el apoyo institucional en forma de subvenciones por pasajero y vuelo.

Egipto es el destino que más se vio afectado por la primavera árabe pero este año ha experimentado una notable recuperación. Al igual que España, presenta una elevada dependencia de los países europeos.

Según datos oficiales, Egipto cuenta con 1.171 hoteles que suponen más de 200.000 habitaciones. Se estima que alrededor de 65.000 están en el Mar Rojo, 30.000 en el Gran Cairo y el resto en otras provincias. Una cifra que se incrementará en los próximos años con los nuevos proyectos anunciados.

Según datos de Exceltur, Tuquía y Egipto ya han recuperado e incluso superado la cifra de visitantes que recibían antes de la inestabilidad social y politica que han sufrido desde 2011.

"España ha tenido un muy buen comportamiento en los últimos años, coincidiendo con periodos en que otros destinos competidores han sufrido mucho, pero ahora estos países se están recuperando", afirma Stefan Nigg, analista de Gfk

Grecia es uno de los destinos que más ha crecido en los últimos años al calor del desplome de los grandes competidores del Mediterráneo Oriental. Los turoperadores europeos han confiado y siguen confiando en el país, que se ha configurado también como un destino refugio.

En el primer semestre del año Grecia recibió 10,54 millones de turistas extranjeros, un 22,9% más que en el mismo periodo de 2017.

Su oferta hotelera alcanza las 806.045 plazas distribuidas en 9.783 hoteles, según datos oficiales de la Cámara de Hoteleros de Grecia, facilitados por la Embajada de Grecia en España. En cuanto a categorías, existe un reparto muy equitativo, superando las categorías superiores (4 y 5 estrellas) las 364.000 plazas en total.

Túnez está mostrando una progresiva recuperación en los últimos dos años. Según los empresarios del sector, ha hecho los deberes. La estabilidad y la seguridad han regresado y, con ellas, las aerolíneas y los turoperadores.

En la actualidad, este país cuenta con 824 hoteles con una capacidad aproximada de 150.000 camas, la mayoría de 3, 4 y 5 estrellas. El 80% corresponde al producto de sol y playa. La mayoría están concentrados en sus principales zonas turísticas: la isla Djerba, Hammamet Norte, Hammamet Sur, Susa y Monastir, a las que se está uniendo Mahdia, de actividad turística creciente y relativamente nueva, muy centrada en el turismo familiar.

En los primeros nueve meses de 2018, Túnez recibió 6,7 millones de turistas, un 17% más que en un año antes.

El binomio relación calidad-precio y seguridad ha hecho que los turoperadores apuesten de nuevo y con decisión por Turquía en detrimento de otros destinos como Baleares y Canarias

Marruecos es el destino del norte de África que menos ha sufrido la inestabilidad de la primavera árabe. Pero la competencia que puede hacer al destino español en sol y playa es muy limitada. Por un lado, su fuerte no es la oferta de sol y playa, sino la cultural, de naturaleza y aventura y, por otro lado, su infraestructura hotelera “es muy escasa”, según lamentan algunos de los turoperadores españoles que trabajan con el destino.

El destino estrella en sol y playa es, con diferencia, Agadir, situado en el Atlántico. Concentra el 16% de la oferta hotelera total del país, un porcentaje que supera la mitad en el total del sol y playa.

En este sentido, tanto fuentes de Turismo de Marruecos como de los mercados emisores, destacan por la zona mediterránea de Saidia, que si bien sólo cuenta con 8.500 plazas hoteleras, es la apuesta de futuro del destino.

Según los últimos datos, un total de 4,1 millones de turistas viajaron a Marruecos entre enero y mayo de este año, lo que supone un aumento del 9% respecto al mismo periodo del año anterior,

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Por otro lado, también Croacia y Bulgaria han mostrado notables crecimientos a lo largo de este año.

Croacia cerró el año pasado con 16,5 millones de turistas internacionales, un 14% más, que realizaron 89,8 millones de pernoctaciones (+12%). Una de las debilidades de este destino es la reducida diversificación de países emisores. Entre los mercados emisores destacan Alemania (20,7 millones de pernoctaciones en el último año), Eslovenia (10,1 millones), Austria (7,6 millones), Polonia (6,3 millones) y República Checa (5,4 millones).En verano, la demanda supera la oferta de alojamiento hotelero.

En este país se ha registrado un gran crecimiento de la oferta de vivienda vacacional, favorecida por el reducido número de plazas hoteleras. Según las últimas cifras disponibles correspondientes a 2016, el 79,6% de los 6.232 alojamientos existentes se incluye dentro de la categoría de “otros”, que bien pueden ser viviendas privadas, frente al 11,5% que representan hoteles y aparthoteles.

Por otro lado, Bulgaria gana terreno para los turistas del centro y este de Europa. Con 230.000 camas hoteleras (en establecimientos de más de 10 plazas) repartidos en sus diferentes resorts ubicados en el Mar Negro, las playas búlgaras son un destino cada vez más popular, sobre todo por la asequible relación calidad-precio que ofrecen al viajero, a precios más económicos incluso que en Grecia, Croacia o Turquía.


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Amiamo sempre di più la capitale slovena. Per le vie del centro e il suo animo verde, per il cibo (e la birra). Perché è bella, piena d'arte e e in un weekend succedono tante cose inaspettate come fare il bagno in spiaggia ed esprimere un desiderio (che si realizza)

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En el 2015tuve la suerte de poder recorrer Europa por un mes entero. Uno de los países en los que caí –y del cual llegué a enamorarme una y otra vez– fue Eslovenia. Ljubljana fue una ciudad a la cual me costó decirlo adiós. Fue también ahí adonde conseguí The Galley Slave, una novela muy conocida del país que, sin embargo, a mí no logró hechizarme como esperaba.




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Un recorrido literario por Europa

La cosa fue más o menos así. Mientras viajaba por Europa quise leer textos de cada país en el que estaba. En Italia leí algunas cosas de Claudio Magris, en Praga compré Un médico rural(gran antología) en la misma casita donde vivió Kafka y aproveché a empaparme con la filosofía de Milan Kundera (La insoportable levedad del ser).

Pero quería leer algo de literatura eslovena, así que llegué hasta una librería y le consulté a la piba qué podía recomendarme (que estuviera en inglés).

Luego de charlar un rato sobre mis gustos literarios, descubrí que no hay demasiados policiales o sci-fi´s eslovenos. Me conformé pagando 8 euros por una copia de The Galley Slave (“El esclavo de la galera”), best-seller escrito por Drago Jančar, uno de los mayores exponentes de la literatura eslovena.


The Galley Slave, Drago Jančar (1978)

Me lo vendieron como un “thriller de ficción histórica”, y ciertamente es ficción histórica, aunque de thriller tiene poco y nada. Quizás por eso tardé más de tres años en decidirme a leerlo. Y la verdad es que me costó mucho terminarlo.

Odio aburrirme con la lectura y con esta novela me pasó en un 80%. Pero ya llegaremos a eso.

De qué trata “The Galley Slave”

Si tengo que promocionarlo de algún modo, The Galley Slave funciona como una suerte de Gladiador (con Russel Crowe) que ocurre sobre el fin de la época medieval. El protagonista es Johan Ot, un vagabundo forzado a un constante escape de las fuerzas de la Santa Inquisición.

El porqué tuvo que huir de su tierra natal, y bajo qué horribles circunstancias, es algo que no se le explica con claridad al lector.  Mientras Johan se topa con la Iglesia, el poder político, la mafia y la superstición, se preocupa únicamente por una cosa: no morirse.

Todo esto parece fascinante si realmente nos llevara a algún lado, pero la verdad es que la novela no tiene un hilo conductor definido o personajes con los que nos podamos identificar. El protagonista es especialmente reservado, haciendo que gran parte de la obra sea descriptiva y engorrosamente barroca.


Drago Jančar, o cómo hacerte sufrir en 400 páginas

Me refiero a “barroca” en el estilo más formal de la palabra, en oposición a lo clásico. En el barroquismo literario, las ideas no se enuncian naturalmente, sino de forma rebuscada y artificiosa. El idioma se tortura, se retuerce en su sintaxis, se enturbia su caudal con neologismos (palabras nuevas) y barbarismo. Es, por ejemplo, la literatura de Stendhal o esa novela extraña de Ray Bradbury, La feria de las tinieblas.

The Galley Slave es otro caso de barroquismo donde se suma que el texto original está en esloveno y yo leí una traducción al inglés que complicaba todavía más la lectura con términos antiguos y complicados.

Si todo terminara este minuto…

La trama es, casi en su totalidad, un viaje escabroso y tortuoso tanto para el protagonista como para el lector. Cuando Johan Ot llega a un pueblo donde parece que las cosas se están poniendo interesantes, es obligado a irse. En un punto se suma a un grupo de mercantes, y termina separándose. Sobre el final del libro finalmente se convierte en esclavo de una galera, para finalmente escapar y ser azotado por la Peste Negra.


Las galeras del Rey como penas de muerte...

En el medio hay algunos episodios interesantes que invitan a la reflexión. Uno de los mejores capítulos ocurren mientras Johan es esclavo en aquel barco. Pero son pequeños oasis en un desierto.

Hay una frase del libro que resume al protagonista, a este hombre de pocas palabras, sufrido y de vida dura.

“I get the feeling you must have gone through a lot,” Adam said with a note of curiosity in his voice a while later, when their horses were swaying their way through the snow again.
“If it all ended this minute, it would be too much,” Johan Ot said. “But it won´t,” he added a moment later.
And it didn’t.

Ese diálogo ocurre sobre el primer tercio de la obra. Y realmente la cosa no termina. Johan Ot la pasa realmente mal, con hambre, siendo golpeado, esclavizado y maltratado durante más de 400 páginas. ¡Qué manera de sufrir!

Así, The Galley Slave pinta un panorama brutal y vívido sobre las amenazas de la Europa medieval tardía, reflejado a través de los ojos de un vagabundo rebelde que atraviesa todas las tierras eslovenas, desde una Austria controlada por el Ducado de Estiria hasta la zona veneciana que dominaba toda la costa adriática, en una interminable aventura por sobrevivir.

Incluso, en un momento, Johan Ot pasa por Bled, un hermoso pueblo en Eslovenia que es famoso por su lago glacial que tiene una isla donde hay una iglesia con una gran campana que, supuestamente, cumple deseos.


Yo y mi amigo Ángel en Bled, Eslovenia (2015)

Lamentablemente, nada es lo suficientemente interesante (o intrigante) como para justificar tantas páginas.

La sospecha está en todas partes

Al menos voy a bancar esto: la novela retrata bien una época donde la sospecha era el principal sentimiento. Las mujeres eran quemadas por ser consideradas brujas, toda nueva religión o culto era tratado como una adoración al demonio, los pueblerinos sospechaban de cualquier persona nueva que entrara a su ciudad.

Drago Jančar publicó la novela en 1978, por lo que muchos interpretaron la historia como una alegoría sobre vivir en una brutal ocupación comunista. Si bien es cierto que Yugoslavia (adonde se concentraba todo el territorio esloveno) tuvo un régimen más benigno y menos opresivo que, digamos, Rusia.


Es un concepto muy posible, pero creo que más bien retrata exactamente lo que dice que retrata: la Edad Media. Una época sin ningún tipo de pensamiento racional (eso llegaría con la Modernidad) y ultra supersticiosa.

Palabras finales

Jančar es una figura central de la ficción eslovena y un autor muy prolífico que ha incursionado en diversos géneros. Además de novelas, tiene relatos y obras dramáticas. Pasó un tiempo en prisión, durante la Yugoslavia socialista, y por eso es entendible que su obra se refiera a la confrontación individual de instituciones represivas.

En lo personal, The Galley Slave no es una novela con la que pude conectar y me costó muchísimo terminarla.

Si me esforcé por llegar a la última página fue porque quería saber cómo terminaba y así poder marcar en mi álbum de figuritas literarias la de “leer una novela de un autor esloveno”. Ahora ya lo hice y me parece que todavía necesito buscar algo más de ese país tan maravilloso como exótico. Sea del mismo autor o de otro diferente.

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          Soros, ACNUR y la Unión Europea regalan a los inmigrantes ilegales tarjetas MasterCard Prepago cargadas con miles de euros      Cache   Translate Page      
5/11/2018


La página web de Eslovenia Nova24 ha revelado al mundo cómo los inmigrantes ilegales pagan sus gastos durante sus largos viajes hacia y a través de Europa.

Según el sitio web, ACNUR y la Unión Europea, en cooperación con MasterCard y George Soros, entregan generosamente tarjetas de débito prepagadas a los inmigrantes ilegales.

Las tarjetas están equipadas con logotipos de la UE y de ACNUR. No se requieren documentos de identidad para obtener o usar las tarjetas y, en lugar del nombre del titular, aparece “ACNUR” y un número diferente en cada tarjeta. Esto permite que el uso de fondos para extraer dinero de los cajeros y pagar en cualquier lugar, cualquier cosa, se haga de forma completamente anónima. No se citan cantidades exactas, pero por las compras que se han registrado en los comercios con estas tarjetas deben de alcanzar miles de euros cada una.

Según Nova24, la información proviene de una fuente de la policía croata, que afirma que los inmigrantes ilegales están bien equipados con botas de alta calidad recién compradas, ropa de marca para excursionistas, teléfonos inteligentes e incluso armas.

Durante las escalas en los países de Europa del Este, retiran efectivo de los cajeros automáticos para comprar aquellos materiales que por su naturaleza deben ser pagados “en metálico“.

MasterCard anunció ya en 2016 que emitieron tarjetas de débito prepagadas para “dar movilidad, flexibilidad y dignidad a los refugiados”.



Felices con nuestro dinero.

En un comunicado de prensa del año pasado, MasterCard también anunció una cooperación con George Soros con el objetivo de “catalizar y acelerar el desarrollo económico y social de los grupos vulnerables en el mundo, especialmente los refugiados y los inmigrantes“.

El comunicado de prensa indicó además que George Soros había destinado más de 500 millones de dólares para inversiones privadas que aumentarán la capacidad para financiar los desafíos que enfrentan los inmigrantes, incluidos los refugiados y sus comunidades de acogida en todo el mundo.

No podemos dejar de preguntarnos si la Unión Europea y ACNUR, entidades que financiamos con nuestros ingresos, estudia entregar tarjetas MasterCard a las familias españolas sin recursos que se encuentran en la miseria gracias a la crisis económica del 2008 que personas como Soros y entidades como MasterCard tanto aprovecharon para enriquecerse y quien sabe si fue iniciada por ellos mismos precisamente con ese objetivo…





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          BLEEDING GODS: il liveo video di “Hera’s Orchard” dal MetalDays 2018      Cache   Translate Page      

I BLEEDING GODS sono stati ospiti del MetalDays 2018 di Tolmin, Slovenia. Questo il live video di “Hera’s Orchard“: La canzone è estratta dall’album...
          Celtic v RB Leipzig – Kevin Kampl plans to make a meal of Hoops then celebrate with a DONER KEBAB      Cache   Translate Page      
KEVIN KAMPL has revealed he hopes to make a meal of Celtic – then tuck into a DONER KEBAB. The Leipzig playmaker said he is addicted to scoffing the greasy lamb treats after matches. And Kampl, 28, insisted his German club will force the Premiership champions to digest a Europa League exit. The Slovenia international […]
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BLED, Slovenia, Nov. 7, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- At its THINK South East Europe conference, IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced momentum of its cloud solutions among European startups. Several companies in the region have turned to the IBM Cloud for AI, blockchain and Internet of Things (IoT)...


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XinhuaVideo PlayerClose. SLOVENIA-LJUBLJANA-FASHION WEEK. A model presents a creation of designer Celeni during Ljubljana Fashion Week in Ljubljana, Slovenia, on Nov. 6, 2018. (Xinhua/Matic Stojs) … …read more Source:: Fashion Week News By Google News
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          Norbert Preining: TeX Live/Debian updates 20181106      Cache   Translate Page      

All around updates in the TeX Live on Debian world: Besides the usual shipment of macro and font packages, we have uploaded a new set of binaries checked out from current svn, as well as the latest and shiniest version of biber to complement the macro update of biblatex.

The version for the binary packages is 2018.20181104.49075 and is based on svn revision 49075. That means we get:

  • new dvisvgm version 2.6.1
  • several bugfixes in dvipdfmx
  • addition of dviout-util (previously only available on Windows): dvispc, chkdvifont
  • various security related bugfixes

In addition to that, in Debian we switched to the separately packaged version of teckit instead of using the one shipped in TeX Live.

The version of the macro/font packages is 2018.20181106-1 and contains the usual set of updated and new packages, see below for the complete list. One important – though not functional – update is the one of hyph-utf8, where the license of the UK English patterns has changed from a TeX like license statement (changes allowed with renaming clause) that generates again and again puzzlement in the Debian community (latest instance is bug 912557, which actually spread out into other packages). Thanks to the original authors and the team of hyph-utf8 these patterns are now finally under the MIT license.

Biber has been updated to 2.12-1 which is compatible with the version of biblatex in the current set of packages.

The packages are already included in the archive but might need a bit until arriving at your local mirror.

Please enjoy.

New packages

biblatex-bath, brandeis-problemset, changelog, cluttex, colorprofiles, ditaa, facture-belge-simple-sans-tva, grabbox, identkey, pgf-cmykshadings, pst-moire, srdp-mathematik, thesis-qom, zhlineskip,

Updated packages

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CRISPR-Cas9-mediated gene editing is enabled by the same methods as the production of genetically modified organisms. The only difference is that the transferred DNA sequence is sorted out of the plant at the end of the experiment, making the plant transgene-free. However, researcher Roman Jerala of National Institute of Chemistry in Slovenia and c...
          Jamnik, Slovenia – Aerial view of rainbow over the church of St. Primoz in Slovenia near Jamnik with beautiful clouds and Julian Alps at background.      Cache   Translate Page      
Jamnik, Slovenia – Aerial view of rainbow over the church of St. Primoz in Slovenia near Jamnik with beautiful clouds and Julian Alps at background.
Jamnik, Slovenia – Aerial view of rainbow over the church of St. Primoz in Slovenia near Jamnik with beautiful clouds and Julian Alps at background.
          France U20 vs Slovenia U20, Nov 08, 2018 – Preview, Where to Watch, Score      Cache   Translate Page      
Friendly International Ice Hockey, France U20 – Slovenia U20, Thursday, 9:30 am ET Score, Highlights Probability of winning France U20 48.66% Draw 19.88% Slovenia U20 31.46% Short Preview France U20 will have a small advantage in this match. Last 7 head-to-head matches France U20 won 4 matches, drawn 0 matches, lost 3 matches and goals…
          Comentario en kiko-milano-maquillaje-low-cost-03 por Football Solutions Under-21 2006 - History - Slovenia-Moldova Statistics      Cache   Translate Page      
The 25-year-old has made just seven appearances in all competitions for the south London club this season, and could be rejoining the side where he started his career. Birmingham place interest in Crystal Palace midfielder Jordon Mutch
          Borghesia - Proti kapitulaciji (2018)      Cache   Translate Page      
Borghesia - Proti kapitulaciji (2018)

Исполнитель: Borghesia
Название диска: Proti kapitulaciji
Страна: Slovenia
Жанр: EBM / Electro Industrial
Год выпуска: 2018
Количество треков: 12
Формат: MP3
Качество: 320 kbps
Время звучания: 00:54:03
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          Finns least skilled in English in Norden      Cache   Translate Page      

Finns least skilled in English in Norden

DF Report

Finland ranked eighth in the world in English skill, which is the lowest in the Nordic countries, according to the EF English Proficiency Index 2018.

Another Nordic country, Sweden, ranked top on the list with 70.72 points, followed by the Netherlands (70.31), Norway (68.38), Denmark (67.34), Luxembourg (66.33), Finland (65.86), Slovenia (64.84), and Germany (63.74).

Libya ranked at the bottom of the list of 88 countries across the world, followed by Iraq, Uzbekistan, Cambodia, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Myanmar, Algeria, Kazakhstan, and Oman.  

Finland secured the worst rank this year in the EF English Proficiency Index. Finland secured fourth position in 2012 and 2014. The ranking has been published every year since 2011.

The index has been prepared on 1.3 million adults’ English proficiency and English is not native language in the 88 countries surveyed.

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          11/7/2018: BUSINESS HQ: Pet project wins Souter backing      Cache   Translate Page      
SOUTER Investments has backed the Romanian pet supplies retailer Animax and its Slovenian counterpart Mr Pet as part of an expanding animal care platform. The family investment office of Sir Brian Souter, co-founder and chairman of Stagecoach Group,...
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Tarik og Mohamed Elyounoussi er tatt ut i landslagstroppen til Nations League-kampene mot borte mot Slovenia og Kypros. Norge leder gruppen foran de to siste kampene, med ett plussmål mer enn Bulgaria. Landslagssjef Lars Lagerbäck sier det er viktig å vinne begge de siste kampene.
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MIKE KEEGAN AT THE ESTADIO DO DRAGAO: Cristian Tello fired in a fine hat-trick to secure Porto a 3-0 win over rivals Sporting Lisbon to keep Porto within four points of league leaders Benfica. Porto 3-0 Sporting Lisbon: Jackson Martinez produces moment of magic with back heel assist as Cristian Tello hat-trick closes gap on leaders Benfica
          The Girl in the Fog      Cache   Translate Page      

I gave Donato Carrisi's debut, The Whisperer, a perfect score a few years back. Dubbed the Italian literary thriller phenomenon, I have always remained on the lookout for anything else written by Carrisi and I've bought everything he has released thus far. Originally written in Italian, as I did with his other books I went for the French translation for this novel as well. Read The Vanished Ones, sequel to The Whisperer, during my Central American adventure earlier this year and I wasn't disapointed. Going through a rough patch as far as SFF titles are concerned lately, what with the new Glen Cook, Nicholas Eames, and Myke Cole not living up to the hype, I decided to give The Girl in the Fog a shot and I'm glad I did!

Oddly enough, although Donato Carrisi is a bestselling author in various countries, he continues to be virtually unknown in the USA. As is often the case, English language publishers have a tendency to be far behind the rest of the world when it comes to international bestsellers. One only has to look at Stieg Larsson's Millennium trilogy, which became a worldwide literary phenomenon before it was even translated into English. Still, The Girl in the Fog was named the crime book of the month by the Sunday Times, so there might be hope yet.

Here's the blurb:

An atmospheric novel about the disappearance of Anna, fifteen, on a cold night in a small town in the Italian mountains close to the Slovenian border. Vogel, a policeman specialising in murder cases, has two suspects: a lonely literature professor who could be connected to the crime; and a teenage boy tracked down via Anna's diary. In true Carissi style, the lines blur between policemen and murderer and Vogel is a potential suspect in the case of Anna's death. Surrounding all this is a media storm with the girl's family at its centre - it culminates in a television interview between Vogel and the professor and a strange and shocking revelation about Anna's death.

As is usually his wont, a variety of sources were used by Donato Carrisi for this literary work, chief among them criminology and forensic psychiatry manuals, as well as several FBI papers regarding serial killers and violent crimes. Many true cases, finalized or ongoing, inspired a number of those found within the pages of the novel. With his homework done properly, like its predecessors Carrisi's latest novel has an unmistakable genuine feel to it. In an interview at the end of the book, the author explains that there are less violent scenes in this one because he wanted to focus on fear, especially the fear that you could lose someone, at any time and anywhere.

Once more, the characterization is top notch. Investigator Vogel's perspective takes center stage. An unscrupulous cop who has become a master at manipulating the media, a while back he fell from grace when he was accused of creating false evidence to solve a case. He means to use Anna Lou Kastner's disappearance to reclaim his star status and couldn't care less about uncovering the actual  truth. All he needs is a guilty party, a monster, regardless of the fact that there is evidence or not. Vogel is assisted by Borghi, a younger cop who doesn't always agree with Vogel's unorthodox methods. For the most part, the narrative is driven by both of their points of view. The third perspective is that of Dr. Flores, a local psychiatrist.

The structure of the plot goes back and forth through the timeline of events. It begins with a bang, sixty-two days following the girl's disappearance, as agent Vogel is involved in a car accident and appears to have murdered someone. Suffering from sudden memory loss, he is taken to Dr Flores, who has been charged with finding the truth behind what took place. And in true Carrisi fashion, the more you learn, the less you know.

Like its predecessors, The Girl in the Fog is as captivating as it is perturbing. As was the case with all the other Carrisi titles, it is another complex, multilayered thriller that stays with you long after you've reached the last page. It's another clever work with plots and subplots forming a frightening tapestry, all of which culminating toward an ending that will hit you like an uppercut. The Girl in the Fog is also an unapologetic critique of the media and how they cover crime investigations.

When all is said and done, this troubling work is everything a thriller is meant to be. If you are looking for compelling and disturbing books delving into psychology that stay with you long after you have finished reading them, give Donato Carrisi a shot as soon as humanly possible! You won't be disappointed!

The final verdict: 8/10

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