Nature & Animal

What are the real impacts of a golf course?

Although it may seem that golf is a sport closely linked to natural spaces, it actually has a great impact on the environment.

The South American firefly, a new invasive species in Spain?

Initially it was identified as a new species of firefly, although it was soon seen that, in fact, it had been brought by the human hand from Argentina.

Scientists identify the exact number of hamburgers you can eat without destroying the Earth

A new report highlights how much we should reduce our meat consumption per week to prevent the climate crisis from worsening.

Can an alligator have feathers?

If alligators and crocodiles have the genes that allow them to form feathers, why aren't they feathered?

Earth has reached 'Code Red' in pollution

A new report warns that humanity is 'unequivocally facing a climate emergency'.

Cultural

Chronicles of the Boys of Usme: A Satellite Named Javier

El Espectador publishes a series of stories by boys from one of the towns in Bogotá most affected by exclusion and the national strike.

Dante Alighieri, a constant traveler

His life was a constant journey, an unfinished journey with his longing for the paradox of the city he loved and hated at the same time, Florence.

The Two Impostors (Saturday Afternoon Tales)

On the end of the year holidays I traveled to the United States to visit a friend. Before the trip I organized an itinerary because I needed to buy time.

Denígrame y Asociados (Saturday afternoon stories)

My heart palpitations accelerate and I feel a flock of ice beetles crashing against the walls of my stomach.

The photo of that sunset (Tales of Saturday afternoon)

It was August 23 the day you jumped into the water from that bridge.

Astrology

Police call 110 "Witches burn" tonight in the first: Now let's get factual

A woman is found dead at the foot of the Brocken after the Halloween festival: "Burning witches", a police call that could do a lot, but wants too much.

The romantic of cinema: Claude Lelouch turns 85

Claude Lelouch is one of the most important filmmakers in France. For over 50 years he has been making stories about love, lies and intrigues. Now he is embarking on a final trilogy - a testamentary work.

Romantics of French cinema: Claude Lelouch turns 85

Claude Lelouch is one of the most important filmmakers in France. For over 50 years he has been making stories about love, lies and intrigues. Now he is embarking on a final trilogy - a testamentary work.

"Witches burn": Now let's get down to business

"Witches are burning," a Halloween police call that could do some things but want too much

Anya Taylor-Joy: 'I've Got Tougher' After Filming 'Furiosa'

For the apocalyptic flick from the "Mad Max" universe, the actress was in front of the camera with "Thor" star Chris Hemsworth.

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“Nomadland” in the cinema: The truth is the better realism

Chloé Zhao's masterful social panorama “Nomadland” with Frances McDormand is finally coming to the cinema.

"The Azerbaijan Connection" (ARD): Purchased MPs from the Bundestag

An ARD report shows how German parliamentarians let Azerbaijan buy them.

Mel Brooks turns 95: making films and laughing as rebellion

Evil, but rarely sarcastic: The great comedian and filmmaker Mel Brooks on his 95th birthday.

“Luca” in the cinema: love, bread and sea monsters

The new Pixar film "Luca", which can be seen on Disney Plus, is an Italian summer fairy tale.

Shimmering like a pile of broken glass

Steven Soderbergh's lustfully absurd thriller “No Sudden Move” is a celebration of failed expectations