Posts Tagged ‘antonio’

Antonio Brioschi’s Symphonies – A Mix of Baroque and Early Classical

From Recordare Domine A415 Performed by Vanni Moretto and Atalanta Fugiens Ensemble on period instruments. This video is presenting recording of fine symphonies by one of the most important pioneering composers in the eighteenth-century symphonic genre. This little known Italian late baroque composer Antonio Brioschi had acquired considerable experience in symphonic writing many years before […]

Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez’ Family Demand Justice 9 Years After Murder

Since the night of October 10, 2012, Taide Elena and Araceli Rodriguez have traveled a long road to access justice for Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez. The road has not been easy. On three occasions, the U.S. government has denied them justice. On countless other events, the same government has violated their rights as victims of […]

Antonio Taquis: A Story of Greeks in Panama

Panama City, Panama. Credit: Greek Reporter Panama is home to a significant community of Greeks whose members, such as businessman Antonio Taquis, have strong ties in the Central American country. The first Greeks went to Panama in the late 1800s, many due to the construction of the Panama Canal. There were just a few families […]

António Costa: Europe needs “reform and investment”

The Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the European Union began at one of the most difficult moments in the management of the pandemic. Work was very constrained. The lack of common vaccination rules and the digital COVID certificate continue to attract a lot of criticism. However, strong Portuguese pressure to approve the recovery and […]

Barstool President Says Charles Barkley Can Call San Antonio Women Fat if He Works for Him

Barstool Sports chief Dave Portnoy has assured TNT commentator Charles Barkley that he can call the women of San Antonio, Texas, fat all he wants if he comes to work for Barstool. On Monday, Barkley appeared on a D.C. radio program and told fans that his bosses at Turner Sports had cracked down on his […]

Coronavirus vaccines: UN chief Antonio Guterres urges global plan to reverse unfair access

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres sharply criticized the “wildly uneven and unfair” distribution of COVID-19 vaccines on Wednesday, saying 10 countries have administered 75 percent of all vaccinations and demanding a global effort to get all people in every nation vaccinated as soon as possible. The U.N. chief told a high-level meeting of the U.N. Security […]

UT San Antonio Sorority Kicks Student Out over Pro-Trump TikTok

A University of Texas-San Antonio (UTSA) student was kicked out of her sorority over a pro-Trump TikTok post featuring a sign reading “All Lives Matter.” Sorority leadership at the school told the student that language suggesting “all lives matter” is “extremely hurtful” and “unsisterly.” UTSA student Jaycie Barton, a member of the Zeta Tau Alpha […]

Antonio Costa: Portugal’s prime minister cools tensions after calling doctors ‘cowards’

Portugal’s Antonio Costa has sought to calm tensions with the country’s doctors after sparking anger with controversial comments. The prime minister had been widely criticised for describing doctors sent to a struggling old people’s home as “cowards”. The comments were made in an “off the record” interview with the weekly newspaper, Expresso on Saturday. Seven-second […]

Fifth package bomb strikes Texas, at FedEx facility near San Antonio

By Jon Herskovitz and Jim Forsyth AUSTIN/SCHERTZ, Texas (Reuters) – A homemade bomb blew up at a FedEx Corp distribution center near San Antonio early on Tuesday, officials said, and the FBI was investigating whether it was linked to a series of four homemade bombs that struck capital city Austin this month. […]

Video: Cop-Watching Activist Antonio Buehler Sues City and Austin Police Officers

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Antonio Gramsci And The Battle Against Fascism

Above Photo: Mr. Fish / Truthdig Chris Hedges gave this talk Friday at the Left Forum in New York City. Click here to see a video of the address; the introduction of Hedges begins at the 7:30 mark. Antonio Gramsci wrote his “Prison Notebooks” at a time not dissimilar to our own. The political parties led by the […]

Another plot from Washington?: Western media jumps on mysterious letter that is highly critical of Xi Jinping

     On March 4th, a short, anonymous letter was posted on the internet. In a few paragraphs, the letter raised the same criticism of Chinese President Xi Jinping that is constantly raised in the western press: accusing him of “centralizing power” and breaking away from “collective leadership.” The letter further accused Xi of antagonizing the […]

Head of Security at San Antonio Fed Admits Institution is Private

Kurt Nimmo Prison October 10, 2011 During the protest in San Antonio at the Federal Reserve on Sunday, a man we initially identified as a police officer admitted that the Fed is private, not a federal agency. It turns out that the man who asked Alex Jones and fellow demonstrators to leave what he […]

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