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Chopin in final Paris concertChopin in final Paris concert by The Ovi Team
18 February 2017
February 18th, 1848. "Bach is like an astronomer who, with the help of ciphers, finds the most wonderful stars....Beethoven embraced the universe with the power of his spirit....I do not climb so high. A long time ago I decided that my universe will be t (Add a comment)
Odyssey Odyssey by David Sparenberg
17 February 2017
My mind is full of images and rider of the rainbow-wind Perhaps I am a king or one who sits at the king's elbow and has his ear My heart is full to overflowing: a goblet of the blood of suffering or a chalice of the wine of never ending love (Add a comment)
Wintry PleasuresWintry Pleasures by David Barger
17 February 2017
Snow is falling Leaving the trees in patches of white. Standing there with a naked vulnerability Your eyes kiss me, And your smile embraces With an alluring attraction. (Add a comment)
Reality Check on the Caligula Presidency: Courting a Disaster?Reality Check on the Caligula Presidency: Courting a Disaster? by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
17 February 2017
During his presidential campaign Donald Trump declared that once he became president, his behavior would change and he would desist from his customary childish antics. That is to say, he would become more presidential. Lately, one of his admirers and form (Add a comment)
Madame ButterflyMadame Butterfly by The Ovi Team
17 February 2017
17th February, 1911; Puccini's opera 'Madame Butterfly' which tells the story of an American sailor, B.F. Pinkerton, who marries and abandons a young Japanese geisha, Cio-Cio-San, or Madame Butterfly has its world premiere at La Scala in Milan, Italy. (1 comment)
Kasparov defeats computerKasparov defeats computer by The Ovi Team
17 February 2017
February 17th 1996; in the final game of a six-game match, world chess champion Garry Kasparov triumphs over Deep Blue, IBM's chess-playing computer, and wins the match, 4-2. However, Deep Blue goes on to defeat Kasparov in a heavily publicized rematch t (1 comment)
Trump Administration lies againTrump Administration lies again by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
16 February 2017
It seems that U.S. President Donald Trump has been misspeaking - to put it mildly - more often than not - since at least the presidential election times. Many political analysts assumed that once elected he would modify his positions and behave more respo (Add a comment)
Life in the MachineLife in the Machine by Nikos Laios
16 February 2017
I sat up on the edge Of bed blinking With bleary eyes In the darkness of An early morning as I rubbed my stubbled face (2 comments)
Fragments of a City (in raw state)Fragments of a City (in raw state) by Yiannis Ioakimidis
16 February 2017
Spots of the city, and not only; places that breed the irrational, the spontaneous and the humanitarianism. Photos from Yiannis Iokamidid, subtitles in Greek with the pictures carrying thousand words. (Add a comment)
Ovi Symposium; Seventy-Seventh MeetingOvi Symposium; Seventy-Seventh Meeting by The Ovi Symposium
16 February 2017
Ovi Symposium 77th Meeting: The Ongoing Ovi Symposium's dialogue on "The Search for the Self-Part III: Honor and Guilt in Western Civilization" With Drs Emanuel Paparella, Ernesto Paolozzi, Michael Newman and Azly Rahman (1 comment)
Castro sworn inCastro sworn in by The Ovi Team
16 February 2017
On February 16, 1959, Fidel Castro is sworn in as prime minister of Cuba after leading a guerrilla campaign that forced right-wing dictator Fulgencio Batista into exile. Castro, who became commander in chief of Cuba's armed forces after Batista was ouste (Add a comment)
Coyote WhispererCoyote Whisperer by Virginia Maria Romero
15 February 2017
In a moment of absolute abandon... warmth from the sun's first rays caress bare skin (Add a comment)
Great Ormond St Hospital for Sick ChildrenGreat Ormond St Hospital for Sick Children by The Ovi Team
15 February 2017
February 15th 1852; Great Ormond St Hospital for Sick Children, London, admits its first patient. Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children (GOSH) is a children's hospital located in London, United Kingdom. It is part of the Great Ormond Street Hospital (1 comment)
Populism in Australia: Channelling Trump Down UnderPopulism in Australia: Channelling Trump Down Under by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
15 February 2017
Australia's prime minister has been politically tone deaf for the duration of his tenure, which was won by the political assassination of his predecessor, Tony Abbott. Since being in power, he has squandered a workable majority, been held in a headlock (1 comment)
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