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In a few hours, and for the first time since 2020, the Stadium will welcome supporters for TFC – AC Ajaccio. No maximum gauge exists, so the 5,000-person mark can be crossed, if ever the supporters mobilize! Here’s a full rundown of what you’ll need to access the meet.

> If you are a subscriber, do not forget to collect your e-ticket.
> If you are a subscriber and have difficulty editing your e-ticket, a reception and information desk will be set up at the main entrance of the Stadium from 5:00 p.m.
> If you have purchased one (or more) single ticket (s), it is preferable to print them out or have them available on your mobile phone in order to facilitate your access to the stadium.
> If you don’t have a ticket, three physical counters will nevertheless be open from 5:00 p.m. this Saturday. Please note, only credit card payments will be accepted.
> For ALL supporters aged 18 and over, a health pass will be required (document attesting to a complete vaccination schedule OR result of a negative PCR or antigen test of less than 48 hours OR a certificate of recovery) as well as a ID.
> For minors, the health pass will not be required.
> Any holder of a match ticket, aged 18 or over, whose health pass is not presented, invalid, or accompanied by proof of identity will be refused access to the Stadium, without being able to claim the total or partial reimbursement of his access ticket.

The answers to your questions !

Robotic31: “I took the second dose on July 12. Is my pass valid?”
Our answer : “Initially, the club had indicated that it was necessary to wait 14 days for the vaccination schedule to be complete. This duration was reported to be 7 days for Pfizer, Astrazeneca and Moderna. So it’s good!

Lucas: “Will the mask be mandatory?”
Our answer : “As of this week, wearing a mask in sports grounds is no longer compulsory but strongly recommended. The speaker will give instructions. Toulouse forces the mask outside only in the city center at the time of this writing.

La Fronde: “What about the health pass for 12-17 year olds?”
Our answer : “It was indeed necessary initially. But its implementation was postponed to September. Minors will therefore be able to access the Stadium without a health pass.

Gabriel: “PCR or antigen test required?”
Our answer : “Totally, either one or the other! It should be done by a medical professional, who will then give you a QR code. Self-tests are not taken into account in the health pass.

Axel: “Is the driver’s license sufficient as an identity document?”
Our response: “Yes! The club can even accept a ticket, a credit card …”

Rayanito: “If we only have one vaccine out of the two, can we go to the stadium?”
Our answer : “Yes, but only if you have a negative PCR or antigen test and less than 48 hours. Your vaccination schedule is not complete.

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In a few hours, and for the first time since 2020, the Stadium will welcome supporters for TFC – AC Ajaccio. No maximum gauge exists, so the 5,000-person mark can be crossed, if ever the supporters mobilize! Here’s a full rundown of what you’ll need to access the meet.

> If you are a subscriber, do not forget to collect your e-ticket.
> If you are a subscriber and have difficulty editing your e-ticket, a reception and information desk will be set up at the main entrance of the Stadium from 5:00 p.m.
> If you have purchased one (or more) single ticket (s), it is preferable to print them out or have them available on your mobile phone in order to facilitate your access to the stadium.
> If you don’t have a ticket, three physical counters will nevertheless be open from 5:00 p.m. this Saturday. Please note, only credit card payments will be accepted.
> For ALL supporters aged 18 and over, a health pass will be required (document attesting to a complete vaccination schedule OR result of a negative PCR or antigen test of less than 48 hours OR a certificate of recovery) as well as a ID.
> For minors, the health pass will not be required.
> Any holder of a match ticket, aged 18 or over, whose health pass is not presented, invalid, or accompanied by proof of identity will be refused access to the Stadium, without being able to claim the total or partial reimbursement of his access ticket.

The answers to your questions !

Robotic31: “I took the second dose on July 12. Is my pass valid?”
Our answer : “Initially, the club had indicated that it was necessary to wait 14 days for the vaccination schedule to be complete. This duration was reported to be 7 days for Pfizer, Astrazeneca and Moderna. So it’s good!

Lucas: “Will the mask be mandatory?”
Our answer : “As of this week, wearing a mask in sports grounds is no longer compulsory but strongly recommended. The speaker will give instructions. Toulouse forces the mask outside only in the city center at the time of this writing.

La Fronde: “What about the health pass for 12-17 year olds?”
Our answer : “It was indeed necessary initially. But its implementation was postponed to September. Minors will therefore be able to access the Stadium without a health pass.

Gabriel: “PCR or antigen test required?”
Our answer : “Totally, either one or the other! It should be done by a medical professional, who will then give you a QR code. Self-tests are not taken into account in the health pass.

Axel: “Is the driver’s license sufficient as an identity document?”
Our response: “Yes! The club can even accept a ticket, a credit card …”

Rayanito: “If we only have one vaccine out of the two, can we go to the stadium?”
Our answer : “Yes, but only if you have a negative PCR or antigen test and less than 48 hours. Your vaccination schedule is not complete.

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Several operations are underway with the loan formula: from Coccolo alla Spal to Zanimacchia alla Cremonese, here is the complete list

Play continuously, gain further experience and compete in a new context with greater awareness. The many young people coming out of Juventus Under 23 have everything they need to make a good impression in a first team, after completing the youth process and consolidating their qualities with their first appearances among professionals. Many are now with suitcases in hand, ready to take another step along their growth path.

DEFINED TRANSFERS

Luca Coccolo will play the new season at Spal, in Serie B. He leaves Cremonese, where Luca Zanimacchia arrives, strongly requested by Fabio Pecchia who has already coached him in the second Juventus team. Como has guaranteed Stefano Gori’s experience in cadetry, also on loan from Juventus, between the posts. Pietro Beruatto (on loan) and Idrissa Toure (outright) followed Claudio Chiellini to Pisa. While for Paolo Gozzi and Riccardo Capellini the doors of the Segunda División in Spain have opened: the first will play the new season with the Fuenlabrada shirt, the second with that of Mirandes. Giacomo Vrioni has already had the opportunity to present himself with goals in Austria, with the number nine of Wsg Tirol.

WAITING FOR DESTINATION

Other young people who are spending the first part of their retreat at Continassa with Allegri are also out. Lots of loan requests for Felix Correia, from Italy and abroad: Juve decided to sell him on a temporary basis so as not to slow down his rise. Alessandro Di Pardo likes Vicenza so much, Taranto remains on pole for Ferdinando Del Sole. Several Serie B polls for Filippo Delli Carri, Hans Nicolussi Caviglia could return to Parma. Several eyes also focused on Alejandro Marques, who should be among the main protagonists in attack in the first outing of the season with Cesena.

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Several operations are underway with the loan formula: from Coccolo alla Spal to Zanimacchia alla Cremonese, here is the complete list

Play continuously, gain further experience and compete in a new context with greater awareness. The many young people coming out of Juventus Under 23 have everything they need to make a good impression in a first team, after completing the youth process and consolidating their qualities with their first appearances among professionals. Many are now with suitcases in hand, ready to take another step along their growth path.

DEFINED TRANSFERS

Luca Coccolo will play the new season at Spal, in Serie B. He leaves Cremonese, where Luca Zanimacchia arrives, strongly requested by Fabio Pecchia who has already coached him in the second Juventus team. Como has guaranteed Stefano Gori’s experience in cadetry, also on loan from Juventus, between the posts. Pietro Beruatto (on loan) and Idrissa Toure (outright) followed Claudio Chiellini to Pisa. While for Paolo Gozzi and Riccardo Capellini the doors of the Segunda División in Spain have opened: the first will play the new season with the Fuenlabrada shirt, the second with that of Mirandes. Giacomo Vrioni has already had the opportunity to present himself with goals in Austria, with the number nine of Wsg Tirol.

WAITING FOR DESTINATION

Other young people who are spending the first part of their retreat at Continassa with Allegri are also out. Lots of loan requests for Felix Correia, from Italy and abroad: Juve decided to sell him on a temporary basis so as not to slow down his rise. Alessandro Di Pardo likes Vicenza so much, Taranto remains on pole for Ferdinando Del Sole. Several Serie B polls for Filippo Delli Carri, Hans Nicolussi Caviglia could return to Parma. Several eyes also focused on Alejandro Marques, who should be among the main protagonists in attack in the first outing of the season with Cesena.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1627114198) } [2]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(93) "Europe Clipper Mission To Be Launched Aboard Falcon Heavy In October 2024 For USD 178 Million" ["link"]=> string(135) "https://mynewspaper.xyz/space/2021/07/24/europe-clipper-mission-to-be-launched-aboard-falcon-heavy-in-october-2024-for-usd-178-million/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Betty Foster" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 24 Jul 2021 07:57:27 +0000" ["category"]=> string(5) "Space" ["guid"]=> string(135) "https://mynewspaper.xyz/space/2021/07/24/europe-clipper-mission-to-be-launched-aboard-falcon-heavy-in-october-2024-for-usd-178-million/" ["description"]=> string(106) "NASA selected Space Exploration Technologies Corp., or better known as SpaceX, of Hawthorne, Calif., to..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(2246) "

NASA selected Space Exploration Technologies Corp., or better known as SpaceX, of Hawthorne, Calif., to provide launch services for Earth’s first mission that will conduct detailed investigations of Jupiter’s natural satellite Europa.

The Europa Clipper mission will launch in October 2024 aboard the Falcon Heavy rocket from Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The contract was signed for a total value of $178 million for launch services.

The Europa Clipper mission will conduct a detailed survey of Europa and will use a sophisticated array of scientific instruments to investigate whether the frozen satellite has the ideal conditions for life to have developed there. The mission’s main objectives are to produce high-resolution images of Europa’s surface, determine its composition, look for signs of recent and/or current geological activity, measure the thickness of Europa’s ice shell, search for subsurface lakes, and determine the depth and salinity of Europa’s ocean.

NASA’s Launch Services Program at the Kennedy Space Center will manage the Europa Clipper launch service. NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California leads the development of the Europa Clipper mission in partnership with the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland, for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate in Washington. The Planetary Missions Program Office at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, performs program management for the Europa Clipper mission.

For more information on the Europa Clipper mission, visit:

https://www.nasa.gov/europa

Source:

https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-awards-launch-services-contract-for-europa-clipper-mission

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NASA selected Space Exploration Technologies Corp., or better known as SpaceX, of Hawthorne, Calif., to provide launch services for Earth’s first mission that will conduct detailed investigations of Jupiter’s natural satellite Europa.

The Europa Clipper mission will launch in October 2024 aboard the Falcon Heavy rocket from Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The contract was signed for a total value of $178 million for launch services.

The Europa Clipper mission will conduct a detailed survey of Europa and will use a sophisticated array of scientific instruments to investigate whether the frozen satellite has the ideal conditions for life to have developed there. The mission’s main objectives are to produce high-resolution images of Europa’s surface, determine its composition, look for signs of recent and/or current geological activity, measure the thickness of Europa’s ice shell, search for subsurface lakes, and determine the depth and salinity of Europa’s ocean.

NASA’s Launch Services Program at the Kennedy Space Center will manage the Europa Clipper launch service. NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California leads the development of the Europa Clipper mission in partnership with the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland, for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate in Washington. The Planetary Missions Program Office at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, performs program management for the Europa Clipper mission.

For more information on the Europa Clipper mission, visit:

https://www.nasa.gov/europa

Source:

https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-awards-launch-services-contract-for-europa-clipper-mission

https://dict.longdo.com/3rdparties/magpierss-0.72/scripts/magpie_debug.php?url=http://feeds.feedburner.com/LatestNewsHere

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1627113447) } [3]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(75) "“Love is not a buffet, so don’t act like an ox,” MIDI PEOPLE announce" ["link"]=> string(106) "https://mynewspaper.xyz/music/2021/07/24/love-is-not-a-buffet-so-dont-act-like-an-ox-midi-people-announce/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Betty Foster" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 24 Jul 2021 07:18:30 +0000" ["category"]=> string(27) "Musiccsdvdmusicserverreview" ["guid"]=> string(106) "https://mynewspaper.xyz/music/2021/07/24/love-is-not-a-buffet-so-dont-act-like-an-ox-midi-people-announce/" ["description"]=> string(92) "MIDI PEOPLE surprised their fans at the beginning of June, when they released two records..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(2815) "

MIDI PEOPLE surprised their fans at the beginning of June, when they released two records – “No one will laugh at you if you like people” and “Heal The World, finally!” Now they have been reaching out to fans with a successful clip from the first-named album. The film “Love is not a buffet” refers to the classic in its design midilidí videos or pieces like Ventolin’s “Disco Science” or “Technical Self” by Naceva. The theme was brought by the VJka of the band Magdalena Hrubá. Frontman Petr Marek describes it in words: “The song is about a man who seduces women when the waiter reprimands him. But Majda meant the topic more broadly so that a man in love does not compromise and chooses with his heart, not only according to what is being offered. Which is the sentence she told me , and I immediately used it as the main verse. “ Drummer Tomáš Kelar came with the first music demo. “At first we laughed at this song and rejected it, because it is a pop standard that has been tested and cooked a thousand times. But then we thought we really enjoyed it, and made a song that Hana Zagorová could sing in the 1970s, or Helena Vondráčková, such a ‘Sweet Deception’, “ explains. The visual appearance was invented by Petr Marek and Prokop Holoubek together with the director Pavel Borovička, the holder of the Anděl Award for the clip “Write me poems” for the band Bert & Friends. Together, they created stories about the insight of a blossoming saint at winter recreation in the Giant Mountains. The main role of the visual, richly using keying, was played by Jaroslav Pížl and Jiří Najvert. The result is unclassical from the classic. Traveled, fast and at the same time realistic. That’s why MIDI LIDI stands out so much compared to other artists. At the same time, the novelty fits perfectly into their older work. Petr Marek knitted a whip on himself – betting hilarious verses that tell a story and play with Czech without the chain falling off the wheel. And he’s still doing well.

8/10

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MIDI PEOPLE surprised their fans at the beginning of June, when they released two records – “No one will laugh at you if you like people” and “Heal The World, finally!” Now they have been reaching out to fans with a successful clip from the first-named album. The film “Love is not a buffet” refers to the classic in its design midilidí videos or pieces like Ventolin’s “Disco Science” or “Technical Self” by Naceva. The theme was brought by the VJka of the band Magdalena Hrubá. Frontman Petr Marek describes it in words: “The song is about a man who seduces women when the waiter reprimands him. But Majda meant the topic more broadly so that a man in love does not compromise and chooses with his heart, not only according to what is being offered. Which is the sentence she told me , and I immediately used it as the main verse. “ Drummer Tomáš Kelar came with the first music demo. “At first we laughed at this song and rejected it, because it is a pop standard that has been tested and cooked a thousand times. But then we thought we really enjoyed it, and made a song that Hana Zagorová could sing in the 1970s, or Helena Vondráčková, such a ‘Sweet Deception’, “ explains. The visual appearance was invented by Petr Marek and Prokop Holoubek together with the director Pavel Borovička, the holder of the Anděl Award for the clip “Write me poems” for the band Bert & Friends. Together, they created stories about the insight of a blossoming saint at winter recreation in the Giant Mountains. The main role of the visual, richly using keying, was played by Jaroslav Pížl and Jiří Najvert. The result is unclassical from the classic. Traveled, fast and at the same time realistic. That’s why MIDI LIDI stands out so much compared to other artists. At the same time, the novelty fits perfectly into their older work. Petr Marek knitted a whip on himself – betting hilarious verses that tell a story and play with Czech without the chain falling off the wheel. And he’s still doing well.

8/10

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1627111110) } [4]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(54) "Jean-Marc Lalo, architect of the new cinemas in Africa" ["link"]=> string(103) "https://mynewspaper.xyz/international/2021/07/24/jean-marc-lalo-architect-of-the-new-cinemas-in-africa/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Betty Foster" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 24 Jul 2021 07:09:15 +0000" ["category"]=> string(47) "InternationalAfricaarchitectcinemasJeanMarcLalo" ["guid"]=> string(103) "https://mynewspaper.xyz/international/2021/07/24/jean-marc-lalo-architect-of-the-new-cinemas-in-africa/" ["description"]=> string(91) "To stay up to date on African news, subscribe to the “Monde Afrique” newsletter from..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(14492) "

To stay up to date on African news, subscribe to the “Monde Afrique” newsletter from this link. Every Saturday at 6 am, find a week of current events and debates treated by the editorial staff of “Monde Afrique”.

The construction site of the Guimbi cinema, in Bobo-Dioulasso, Burkina Faso, which is scheduled to open in October 2021.

« I’m with Abderrahmane Sissako, he wants to re-type a cinema in Bamako, are you up for it? The French architect Jean-Marc Lalo still remembers the phone call by Claude-Eric Poiroux, founder of the network of independent theaters Europa Cinémas. It was in 2007. He had just completed in Morocco the rehabilitation of the old Rif cinema, renamed the Tangier film library. And had only one hurry, to leave.

A week later, he finds himself in the Malian capital, in the abandoned premises of the Soudan Ciné. Built in the 1960s, this room had closed fifteen years earlier, a victim of competition from television and video. Mauritanian director Abderrahmane Sissako wanted to give it back its past luster.

Episode 1 Ivory Coast: in Abidjan, on the trail of old cinemas

The first consultations start, a subscription is launched to raise funds. The old armchairs in the great room are on sale, at 5,000 euros each. Alas, the civil war that began in 2012 plunged the country into chaos. The project falls into limbo.

This is one of the rare regrets of Jean-Marc Lalo, 58, who has to his credit the renovation or construction of four cinemas in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, and an establishment, the Guimbi, in Bobo-Dioulasso. , in Burkina Faso, which is scheduled to open in October. Also under study, the creation of nine rooms in a new district of Berges du lac, in Tunis.

Relaunch the dream machine

This jovial and modest Niçois had never imagined becoming one of the architects of the new cinemas in Africa. After working in a construction company as a quantity surveyor, management controller and then works engineer, Jean-Marc Lalo resumed his studies at the age of 32 to become an architect. In 2001, he opened his own agency and created the Plateau-Frac Ile-de-France space, an art center in Paris.

The following year, he was recruited to redevelop the Ariana cinema in Kabul, just after the American intervention in Afghanistan. This field experience will be very valuable to him in Africa, where Jean-Marc Lalo tackles each project ” like a human adventure ».

Episode 2 In northern Nigeria, the conservative Kannywood cinema

On the subject, he is inexhaustible. ” In this continent, the cinema has long been in the open air, it was a party, he explains. People were talking during the movies, there were refreshments where they would go to cool off during the screening. It was anything but a dark and silent room. But, little by little, the public deserted. Rents are becoming too expensive for operators. The arrival of DVDs ends to suffocate the last cinemas which were trying to survive.

There are of course idealists, who try to restart the dream machine. But their enthusiasm is often dampened by complicated financial arrangements and high borrowing rates, sometimes of the order of 17%. Correlated to the ability to raise funds, the construction time is fatally long, around ten years at a minimum.

“A big mess”

It is also difficult to find locally materials that comply with international standards, in particular fire-retardant armchairs, often imported from Europe. Once opened, attendance rates remain modest.

As for the principals, they sometimes prove to be versatile. In 2010, Jean-Marc Lalo was asked to build a cinema in a commercial space in Dakar, next to the Radisson Blu hotel built by the Teyliom group, owned by Senegalese businessman Yerim Habib Sow.

Episode 3 Isabelle Kabano, Rwanda on edge

Jean-Marc Lalo is initially excited. A young entrepreneur, who surrounds himself with African talents trained in the best universities in the world, and moreover wants to create a cinema in a shopping complex, it does not run the streets. But the site suffers the moods of the promoter who arbitrates according to his priorities of the moment. Three years ago, Jean-Marc Lalo slammed the door: “A big mess. “

The cinema room of the Hotel Ivoire rehabilitated by Jean-Marc Lalo, in Abidjan.

The experience with the Ivorian group Majestic will be much more convincing. In 2016, the architect rehabilitated a room with a rococo red molded ceiling in the Hôtel Ivoire, in Abidjan. Three other cinemas will follow in the Ivorian capital, backed by shopping centers.

“Provide a place to live”

In Burkina Faso, it is in a restaurant in Bobo-Dioulasso that Jean-Marc Lalo laid down, on a corner of a tablecloth, the design of the Sahel-inspired metal vault which now envelops the building of the Guimbi cinema. The project dates back to 2013. At the Cannes Film Festival, during a conference by Europa Cinemas, the architect met Berni Goldblat. The Swiss-Burkinabe director dreams of reviving this legendary room, inaugurated in 1957, on the eve of independence and abandoned since 2005.

Funding is a real way of the cross. We must show a white footing to the French Development Agency, worried about the economic viability and the societal relevance of the project. After two and a half years, Berni Glodblat manages to raise 600,000 euros in European public funds, to which are added some 800,000 euros of private windfall.

Episode 4 In Cameroon, the purchase of four local films by Netflix gives hope to the cinema sector

Jean-Marc Lalo is thinking big, despite the cautious forecasts of 250,000 spectators per year: an outdoor projection space with 250 seats, two indoor rooms, a restaurant, a cinema resource center nestled on a green roof which, once rented, will generate additional income.

The architect knows that programming, even blockbusters, is not enough to attract the local public. ” So that people agree to leave their sofas and their TV to go to the cinema, he explains, we have to offer them a place to live. »

One method: impregnation

Jean-Marc Lalo may have carved out a reputation for himself as a goldsmith in this area, he is still struggling to get rid of the impostor syndrome. His fear? That his constructions be judged above ground, illegitimate, shifted, ” French white projects “. To guard against pitfalls, it has a method: impregnation. ” The first thing i do, he explains, it is going to cafes and urban places, to smell the city, to understand how people make it their own, to feel the codes. »

Then comes the stage of maturing the first feelings of which he has learned to be wary, ” because there is a lot of naivety and projection mingled with it “. Even awkwardness. At the site of the Guimbi cinema, there was thus a women’s market that had to be moved by one block to start the work. The subject is delicate, even inflammable, as this small informal economy is a crucial link in the social fabric.

Episode 5 Thomas Sankara’s cinema continues to make Burkinabés dream

One day when Jean-Marc Lalo wanders among the shopkeepers, a woman calls out to him. ” What are you doing here? “Immediately the architect takes out his iPad, explains the project with a lot of simulation. Around him, the circle grows, the women of the neighborhood seem conquered.

Some time later, while drilling the earth to find a source of irrigation, the workers discovered a deposit of water so important that a fountain project was studied. ” In the neighborhood, the relationship with the cinema has suddenly changed », Smiles Jean-Marc Lalo, satisfied that the Guimbi cinema is at the same time an object of local pride and of public utility.

African cinemas

The World Africa and his correspondents went to meet African cinemas. Those of a lost golden age as in Ivory Coast or Algeria where, a few decades ago, we thronged in the dark rooms to discover the latest action films or rediscover the classics of national creation.

“Cinemas did not survive the switch from analog to digital” of the early 2000s, regrets the Ivorian film critic Yacouba Sangaré. There as elsewhere, the seventh art had to take side roads to continue to reach its audience. Video stores – from VHS tapes to DVDs – have nurtured a generation of moviegoers.

Some today are trying to revive mythical venues and their demanding programming, as in Morocco or Burkina Faso. Others see in the series a new mode of fertile creation. From fans of the Tangier film library to the conservative cinema of Kannywood, in northern Nigeria, they make African cinema today.

Episode 1 Ivory Coast: in Abidjan, on the trail of the cinemas of yesteryear
Episode 2 In northern Nigeria, the conservative Kannywood cinema
Episode 3 Isabelle Kabano, Rwanda on edge
Episode 4 In Cameroon, the purchase of four local films by Netflix gives hope to the cinema sector
Episode 5 Thomas Sankara’s cinema continues to make Burkinabés dream
Episode 6 The Tangier cinematheque wants to restore the taste of the seventh art to Moroccans
Episode 7 In Algeria, the impossible rehabilitation of cinemas
Episode 8 In South Sudan, Juba cinema has gone through the tumultuous history of the young country
Episode 9 In Sudan, cinema in search of a new lease of life after the revolution
Episode 10 Jean-Marc Lalo, architect of the new cinemas in Africa

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The construction site of the Guimbi cinema, in Bobo-Dioulasso, Burkina Faso, which is scheduled to open in October 2021.

« I’m with Abderrahmane Sissako, he wants to re-type a cinema in Bamako, are you up for it? The French architect Jean-Marc Lalo still remembers the phone call by Claude-Eric Poiroux, founder of the network of independent theaters Europa Cinémas. It was in 2007. He had just completed in Morocco the rehabilitation of the old Rif cinema, renamed the Tangier film library. And had only one hurry, to leave.

A week later, he finds himself in the Malian capital, in the abandoned premises of the Soudan Ciné. Built in the 1960s, this room had closed fifteen years earlier, a victim of competition from television and video. Mauritanian director Abderrahmane Sissako wanted to give it back its past luster.

Episode 1 Ivory Coast: in Abidjan, on the trail of old cinemas

The first consultations start, a subscription is launched to raise funds. The old armchairs in the great room are on sale, at 5,000 euros each. Alas, the civil war that began in 2012 plunged the country into chaos. The project falls into limbo.

This is one of the rare regrets of Jean-Marc Lalo, 58, who has to his credit the renovation or construction of four cinemas in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, and an establishment, the Guimbi, in Bobo-Dioulasso. , in Burkina Faso, which is scheduled to open in October. Also under study, the creation of nine rooms in a new district of Berges du lac, in Tunis.

Relaunch the dream machine

This jovial and modest Niçois had never imagined becoming one of the architects of the new cinemas in Africa. After working in a construction company as a quantity surveyor, management controller and then works engineer, Jean-Marc Lalo resumed his studies at the age of 32 to become an architect. In 2001, he opened his own agency and created the Plateau-Frac Ile-de-France space, an art center in Paris.

The following year, he was recruited to redevelop the Ariana cinema in Kabul, just after the American intervention in Afghanistan. This field experience will be very valuable to him in Africa, where Jean-Marc Lalo tackles each project ” like a human adventure ».

Episode 2 In northern Nigeria, the conservative Kannywood cinema

On the subject, he is inexhaustible. ” In this continent, the cinema has long been in the open air, it was a party, he explains. People were talking during the movies, there were refreshments where they would go to cool off during the screening. It was anything but a dark and silent room. But, little by little, the public deserted. Rents are becoming too expensive for operators. The arrival of DVDs ends to suffocate the last cinemas which were trying to survive.

There are of course idealists, who try to restart the dream machine. But their enthusiasm is often dampened by complicated financial arrangements and high borrowing rates, sometimes of the order of 17%. Correlated to the ability to raise funds, the construction time is fatally long, around ten years at a minimum.

“A big mess”

It is also difficult to find locally materials that comply with international standards, in particular fire-retardant armchairs, often imported from Europe. Once opened, attendance rates remain modest.

As for the principals, they sometimes prove to be versatile. In 2010, Jean-Marc Lalo was asked to build a cinema in a commercial space in Dakar, next to the Radisson Blu hotel built by the Teyliom group, owned by Senegalese businessman Yerim Habib Sow.

Episode 3 Isabelle Kabano, Rwanda on edge

Jean-Marc Lalo is initially excited. A young entrepreneur, who surrounds himself with African talents trained in the best universities in the world, and moreover wants to create a cinema in a shopping complex, it does not run the streets. But the site suffers the moods of the promoter who arbitrates according to his priorities of the moment. Three years ago, Jean-Marc Lalo slammed the door: “A big mess. “

The cinema room of the Hotel Ivoire rehabilitated by Jean-Marc Lalo, in Abidjan.

The experience with the Ivorian group Majestic will be much more convincing. In 2016, the architect rehabilitated a room with a rococo red molded ceiling in the Hôtel Ivoire, in Abidjan. Three other cinemas will follow in the Ivorian capital, backed by shopping centers.

“Provide a place to live”

In Burkina Faso, it is in a restaurant in Bobo-Dioulasso that Jean-Marc Lalo laid down, on a corner of a tablecloth, the design of the Sahel-inspired metal vault which now envelops the building of the Guimbi cinema. The project dates back to 2013. At the Cannes Film Festival, during a conference by Europa Cinemas, the architect met Berni Goldblat. The Swiss-Burkinabe director dreams of reviving this legendary room, inaugurated in 1957, on the eve of independence and abandoned since 2005.

Funding is a real way of the cross. We must show a white footing to the French Development Agency, worried about the economic viability and the societal relevance of the project. After two and a half years, Berni Glodblat manages to raise 600,000 euros in European public funds, to which are added some 800,000 euros of private windfall.

Episode 4 In Cameroon, the purchase of four local films by Netflix gives hope to the cinema sector

Jean-Marc Lalo is thinking big, despite the cautious forecasts of 250,000 spectators per year: an outdoor projection space with 250 seats, two indoor rooms, a restaurant, a cinema resource center nestled on a green roof which, once rented, will generate additional income.

The architect knows that programming, even blockbusters, is not enough to attract the local public. ” So that people agree to leave their sofas and their TV to go to the cinema, he explains, we have to offer them a place to live. »

One method: impregnation

Jean-Marc Lalo may have carved out a reputation for himself as a goldsmith in this area, he is still struggling to get rid of the impostor syndrome. His fear? That his constructions be judged above ground, illegitimate, shifted, ” French white projects “. To guard against pitfalls, it has a method: impregnation. ” The first thing i do, he explains, it is going to cafes and urban places, to smell the city, to understand how people make it their own, to feel the codes. »

Then comes the stage of maturing the first feelings of which he has learned to be wary, ” because there is a lot of naivety and projection mingled with it “. Even awkwardness. At the site of the Guimbi cinema, there was thus a women’s market that had to be moved by one block to start the work. The subject is delicate, even inflammable, as this small informal economy is a crucial link in the social fabric.

Episode 5 Thomas Sankara’s cinema continues to make Burkinabés dream

One day when Jean-Marc Lalo wanders among the shopkeepers, a woman calls out to him. ” What are you doing here? “Immediately the architect takes out his iPad, explains the project with a lot of simulation. Around him, the circle grows, the women of the neighborhood seem conquered.

Some time later, while drilling the earth to find a source of irrigation, the workers discovered a deposit of water so important that a fountain project was studied. ” In the neighborhood, the relationship with the cinema has suddenly changed », Smiles Jean-Marc Lalo, satisfied that the Guimbi cinema is at the same time an object of local pride and of public utility.

African cinemas

The World Africa and his correspondents went to meet African cinemas. Those of a lost golden age as in Ivory Coast or Algeria where, a few decades ago, we thronged in the dark rooms to discover the latest action films or rediscover the classics of national creation.

“Cinemas did not survive the switch from analog to digital” of the early 2000s, regrets the Ivorian film critic Yacouba Sangaré. There as elsewhere, the seventh art had to take side roads to continue to reach its audience. Video stores – from VHS tapes to DVDs – have nurtured a generation of moviegoers.

Some today are trying to revive mythical venues and their demanding programming, as in Morocco or Burkina Faso. Others see in the series a new mode of fertile creation. From fans of the Tangier film library to the conservative cinema of Kannywood, in northern Nigeria, they make African cinema today.

Episode 1 Ivory Coast: in Abidjan, on the trail of the cinemas of yesteryear
Episode 2 In northern Nigeria, the conservative Kannywood cinema
Episode 3 Isabelle Kabano, Rwanda on edge
Episode 4 In Cameroon, the purchase of four local films by Netflix gives hope to the cinema sector
Episode 5 Thomas Sankara’s cinema continues to make Burkinabés dream
Episode 6 The Tangier cinematheque wants to restore the taste of the seventh art to Moroccans
Episode 7 In Algeria, the impossible rehabilitation of cinemas
Episode 8 In South Sudan, Juba cinema has gone through the tumultuous history of the young country
Episode 9 In Sudan, cinema in search of a new lease of life after the revolution
Episode 10 Jean-Marc Lalo, architect of the new cinemas in Africa

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Moroccan athlete Nawal Al-Moutawakel wins gold in the women's 400-meter hurdles at the Olympic Games in Los Angeles on August 8, 1984.

She got scared. Fear of falling, of missing an obstacle, of losing. Because a whole country is betting on it: at the Olympic Games in Los Angeles in 1984, Nawal Al-Moutawakel was the only female athlete in the Moroccan delegation.

This August 8, the young sprinter of 22 years is in the final of the 400 meters hurdles. It is hot and humid. She is concentrated and already imagines her crossing of the Memorial Coliseum. Outside of Morocco, however, no one expects a perfect race from this almost unknown woman with bib 272 from Casablanca.

Episode 1 Ethiopian Abebe Bikila, barefoot marathoner and first black African Olympic champion

In the absence of the USSR as well as of fourteen other countries from the communist bloc which boycotted these Games, the contenders for the supreme title are the Romanian Cristina Cojocaru, the Indian PT Usha and the American Judi Brown, copiously applauded by a crowded stadium. Nawal Al-Moutawakel studied, with her coaches, the strengths and weaknesses of her competitors: she feels capable of beating them.

For a few months now, the Moroccan woman has been studying for a master’s degree in physical education at the University of Iowa. And it is in this corner of the American Midwest that she progresses: she improves her strides, her speed, her technique to cross hurdles, eventually gaining precious tenths of a second.

Insolent ease

From a modest 56”59 at the Mediterranean Games in Casablanca in 1983 (which she won), she rose to 55”84 at the American university championships. At the start of the year, she even carried the African distance record at 55”37. The stopwatch is his new ally.

The eight sprinters are in the starting blocks. False start. Nawal Al-Moutawakel, red shorts and green jersey, line 3, believes that she is the culprit. We must not lose our focus. New start. The Moroccan star runs at full speed in his corridor, runs as if his life depended on it, crosses the ten hurdles with insolent ease.

Read also The meetings of African sport in 2021

A few meters from the finish, she takes a look on the left, another on the right: but where are his adversaries? Could there have been another false start and would she be the only one galloping… No, her rivals are just light years behind her.

Nawal Al-Moutawakel won the gold medal in 54”61. She almost fainted. American Judi Brown, second in the final, and Jamaican Sandra Farmer-Patrick (last) hold her back before hugging her. Moroccan flag in hand, she cries and thinks of her father, who died a few months earlier, who always encouraged her to embrace this discipline.

A turning point for sportswomen

Her feat is eternal: she brings Morocco the first Olympic title in its history and becomes the first North African, the first Arab, the first Muslim and the first African to win gold at the Games.

Who would have bet their dollars on this petite woman (1.59 m), with her tomboy look and footballer cut? International journalists understand that she comes from… Monaco. She must constantly remember that she represents the « Morocco » (Morocco in English). In the country, pride is at its height and King Hassan II decrees that all girls born on August 8, 1984 must be named Nawal.

This is the first time that the women’s 400-meter hurdles have been on the Olympic program. Just like the marathon or the heptathlon. Los Angeles was a turning point for sportswomen: the Olympics are becoming even more feminine. This situation would have displeased Pierre de Coubertin: the father of the modern Games did not want to see female competitors participating in his prestigious tournament.

“The true Olympic hero to me is the individual adult male. The Olympic Games should be reserved for men, the role of women should be above all to crown the winners. A female Olympiad would be impractical, uninteresting, unsightly and incorrect ”, he had declared.

Nawal Al-Moutawakel will fight for the cause of women, “Too rare” in the world of sport. This fight is not limited to practice, but also relates to access to governing bodies. Thus, the Moroccan entered, in 1998, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and multiplies the mandates: vice-president of the IOC (2012-2016), she headed the evaluation committee of the 2012 London Games or even the coordination commission for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games …

In her country, she was, among others, appointed Minister of Youth and Sports (2007-2009). At 59, Nawal Al-Moutawakel is one of the most influential women in world sport.

Summary of our series “These Africans who made the Olympics”

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Moroccan athlete Nawal Al-Moutawakel wins gold in the women's 400-meter hurdles at the Olympic Games in Los Angeles on August 8, 1984.

She got scared. Fear of falling, of missing an obstacle, of losing. Because a whole country is betting on it: at the Olympic Games in Los Angeles in 1984, Nawal Al-Moutawakel was the only female athlete in the Moroccan delegation.

This August 8, the young sprinter of 22 years is in the final of the 400 meters hurdles. It is hot and humid. She is concentrated and already imagines her crossing of the Memorial Coliseum. Outside of Morocco, however, no one expects a perfect race from this almost unknown woman with bib 272 from Casablanca.

Episode 1 Ethiopian Abebe Bikila, barefoot marathoner and first black African Olympic champion

In the absence of the USSR as well as of fourteen other countries from the communist bloc which boycotted these Games, the contenders for the supreme title are the Romanian Cristina Cojocaru, the Indian PT Usha and the American Judi Brown, copiously applauded by a crowded stadium. Nawal Al-Moutawakel studied, with her coaches, the strengths and weaknesses of her competitors: she feels capable of beating them.

For a few months now, the Moroccan woman has been studying for a master’s degree in physical education at the University of Iowa. And it is in this corner of the American Midwest that she progresses: she improves her strides, her speed, her technique to cross hurdles, eventually gaining precious tenths of a second.

Insolent ease

From a modest 56”59 at the Mediterranean Games in Casablanca in 1983 (which she won), she rose to 55”84 at the American university championships. At the start of the year, she even carried the African distance record at 55”37. The stopwatch is his new ally.

The eight sprinters are in the starting blocks. False start. Nawal Al-Moutawakel, red shorts and green jersey, line 3, believes that she is the culprit. We must not lose our focus. New start. The Moroccan star runs at full speed in his corridor, runs as if his life depended on it, crosses the ten hurdles with insolent ease.

Read also The meetings of African sport in 2021

A few meters from the finish, she takes a look on the left, another on the right: but where are his adversaries? Could there have been another false start and would she be the only one galloping… No, her rivals are just light years behind her.

Nawal Al-Moutawakel won the gold medal in 54”61. She almost fainted. American Judi Brown, second in the final, and Jamaican Sandra Farmer-Patrick (last) hold her back before hugging her. Moroccan flag in hand, she cries and thinks of her father, who died a few months earlier, who always encouraged her to embrace this discipline.

A turning point for sportswomen

Her feat is eternal: she brings Morocco the first Olympic title in its history and becomes the first North African, the first Arab, the first Muslim and the first African to win gold at the Games.

Who would have bet their dollars on this petite woman (1.59 m), with her tomboy look and footballer cut? International journalists understand that she comes from… Monaco. She must constantly remember that she represents the « Morocco » (Morocco in English). In the country, pride is at its height and King Hassan II decrees that all girls born on August 8, 1984 must be named Nawal.

This is the first time that the women’s 400-meter hurdles have been on the Olympic program. Just like the marathon or the heptathlon. Los Angeles was a turning point for sportswomen: the Olympics are becoming even more feminine. This situation would have displeased Pierre de Coubertin: the father of the modern Games did not want to see female competitors participating in his prestigious tournament.

“The true Olympic hero to me is the individual adult male. The Olympic Games should be reserved for men, the role of women should be above all to crown the winners. A female Olympiad would be impractical, uninteresting, unsightly and incorrect ”, he had declared.

Nawal Al-Moutawakel will fight for the cause of women, “Too rare” in the world of sport. This fight is not limited to practice, but also relates to access to governing bodies. Thus, the Moroccan entered, in 1998, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and multiplies the mandates: vice-president of the IOC (2012-2016), she headed the evaluation committee of the 2012 London Games or even the coordination commission for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games …

In her country, she was, among others, appointed Minister of Youth and Sports (2007-2009). At 59, Nawal Al-Moutawakel is one of the most influential women in world sport.

Summary of our series “These Africans who made the Olympics”

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If centralized crypto exchanges such as Binance or Kraken have to face regulations from authorities around the world, the world of decentralized DeFi finance is also beginning to regulate itself.

So, Uniswap has decided to restrict access to more than 100 tokens on the app.uniswap.org interface, as she indicated in a statement on her blog.

Uniswap Labs cite “the evolution of the regulatory landscapeof the crypto and blockchain space as the main reason for the new set of restrictions.
The action also follows similar steps taken by other DeFi protocols that have access to the Uniswap protocol, given how Uniswap Labs built the protocol as an open source platform.

“Today, in line with actions taken by other DeFi interfaces, we have made the decision to restrict access to certain tokens through app.uniswap.org.

These tokens have always represented a very small portion of the overall volume on the Uniswap protocol – a full list is available here.“, States Uniswap Labs.

The startup DeFi rightly recalls that “this action has no impact on the code of the Uniswap interface, which remains open source“.
Only the interoperable interface of the protocol will be updated with the new restrictions, the protocol itself remaining autonomous and decentralized.

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“It is important to note that the Uniswap protocol, unlike the interface, is a set of autonomous, decentralized and immutable smart contracts. It offers unlimited access to anyone with an Internet connection. ”

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Recently the Secretary to the Treasurer Joe Biden, Janet Yellen, demanded that stablecoins be regulated as soon as possible.
Last June, the Governor of the Banque de France, François Villeroy de Galhau, also spoke of the urgent need to regulate the cryptocurrency sector as soon as possible.

Uniswap is therefore taking the lead with these new measures in order to comply with the regulatory authorities.

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The adoption of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies logically leads to new regulations in this revolutionary fintech space.

If centralized crypto exchanges such as Binance or Kraken have to face regulations from authorities around the world, the world of decentralized DeFi finance is also beginning to regulate itself.

So, Uniswap has decided to restrict access to more than 100 tokens on the app.uniswap.org interface, as she indicated in a statement on her blog.

Uniswap Labs cite “the evolution of the regulatory landscapeof the crypto and blockchain space as the main reason for the new set of restrictions.
The action also follows similar steps taken by other DeFi protocols that have access to the Uniswap protocol, given how Uniswap Labs built the protocol as an open source platform.

“Today, in line with actions taken by other DeFi interfaces, we have made the decision to restrict access to certain tokens through app.uniswap.org.

These tokens have always represented a very small portion of the overall volume on the Uniswap protocol – a full list is available here.“, States Uniswap Labs.

The startup DeFi rightly recalls that “this action has no impact on the code of the Uniswap interface, which remains open source“.
Only the interoperable interface of the protocol will be updated with the new restrictions, the protocol itself remaining autonomous and decentralized.

sorare 300x250

“It is important to note that the Uniswap protocol, unlike the interface, is a set of autonomous, decentralized and immutable smart contracts. It offers unlimited access to anyone with an Internet connection. ”

Regulatory pressure from regulators is therefore increasingly pressing on centralized crypto exchanges as well as on DeFi decentralized finance applications, which are increasingly successful.

Recently the Secretary to the Treasurer Joe Biden, Janet Yellen, demanded that stablecoins be regulated as soon as possible.
Last June, the Governor of the Banque de France, François Villeroy de Galhau, also spoke of the urgent need to regulate the cryptocurrency sector as soon as possible.

Uniswap is therefore taking the lead with these new measures in order to comply with the regulatory authorities.

Follow Crypto Tips on Google News, Telegram, Facebook and Twitter.

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In the world of the vineyard they defend that God created time on the first day, and then rested. At least it’s what the old people think winegrowers, those French artisans of the grape. Winegrowers with the lines of their hands sunk like plow furrows and who protect their old vines from the worst frost of the last decades by lighting candles between the plants at two in the morning. Harvest days count, that “if you want to make a small fortune in wine, start with a big one”. They have a wisdom that many should remember. Especially today, when there is a growing demand for wineries and vineyards between the hobby and the business. The pandemic has prompted the search for lands of calm and tranquility. The phenomenon resonates strongly in France, Italy, California and, even more tempered, in Spain.

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Of course, someone who buys vineyards for fun should not initially worry about profit or loss. The house, the château, it is usually half the value of the transaction and there are wishes for a new life. It is even planted on the outskirts of Paris. “With the crisis we have seen that one of the properties that are very high on the shopping list is a small vineyard,” observes Tim Swannie, director of Home Hunts, an agency specializing in the sale of strains such as hobby in France. And he specifies: “Most of the clients [sobre todo, holandeses, alemanes y estadounidenses] They are not looking for a commercial vineyard, but rather a beautiful house with a lot of space around it and one or two hectares of vines where they can make their own wine ”. That is, approximately 7,000 bottles if you want to produce with quality.

It is an expensive passion. Planting new vines costs about 30,000 euros per hectare and you have to wait at least four years to get any type of wine. And if, in addition, you want to grow organically, the cost increases. Prices vary by area. In Bordeaux something similar to that desire costs between 3.5 and four million euros. On the right bank and in Entre-deux-Mers – experts say – are the lands where there are the best opportunities. “There is a market for the sale of château Bordeaux aimed at Asian investors ”, confirms Charlie Foley, wine specialist at Christie’s auction house.

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Provence is one of the areas with the highest demand. The success of the variety rosé justifies part of the sales. “We have witnessed some important operations recently, for example, businessman Stéphane Courbit, joining forces with the Bordeaux family, Prats, to buy Château d’Estoublon and the owner of Château Cos d’Estournel, Michel Reybier, has acquired Château La Mascaronne ”, Analyzes the magazine Decanter. And the prices are high. Near the Côte d’Azur, the hectare is worth 150,000 euros. Very far from the most accessible 32,300 euros that are asked in the Loire region.

Passion for Tuscany

Although life may be a road with hairpin turns that crosses the most beautiful landscape imaginable. So that’s Tuscany (Italy). A destination where you can park your existence. “It is the main area sought by foreign buyers who want their own wine. It is not only the quality of the vineyards, it is the environment, the culture, the lifestyle ”, says Gemma Bruce, co-founder of the Italian agency Casa & Country. And he details: “Small private farms start at 1.5 million euros, while the largest, and commercial, can exceed 20 million.” Dream Tuscany. The famous Brunello di Montalcino vineyards are hardly ever on the market. “But a Chianti Classico vineyard between Florence and Siena could cost over 150,000 euros per hectare, while in Montalcino (where Brunello and Sassicaia wines are made) that price is doubled,” says real estate agent Jeremy Onslow-Macaulay in the Financial Times newspaper.

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In Spain, the dream travels calmer; still travel. Former German investment banker Walter Kraushaar and his American partner, William Stanley, look for him in Inca, a municipality in the center of the island of Mallorca. Walter’s grandfather was a winegrower in Germany and “wine is in his blood,” he explains. “We are between the hobby and the business,” says Stanley. The winery is called Finca Los Dos Caballeros and they have planted Grenache, Merlot and Sauvignon Blanc. They live in the terroir, where one hectare costs 35,000 euros. This year they will produce 5,000 bottles and their strategy is to export them to the United States.

Yet from dreams he wakes up every morning. This is noted by Peter Sisseck, the legendary maker of Pingus (Ribera de Duero). These months he works to create a fine (Viña Corrales, 1,200 bottles) in Jerez. “People think in a very romantic way, but this is very hard and requires a lot of dedication and discipline,” he reflects. “I am looking for a young man, who reminds me of me, with that passion, and who wants to live in empty Spain or France, which is where we make; and it doesn’t appear ”, he complains. That is the reality, and the between 20,000 and 30,000 euros that a hectare costs in Sanlúcar de Barrameda (Cádiz). Low numbers compared to other areas. In Ribera de Duero you can’t find anything for less than 30,000 euros. In fact, the range goes from 40,000 to 80,000. In El Bierzo (León) it stands at 70,000 and the record is set by the old vines of La Rioja, which can reach up to 150,000 euros. “In 10 or 20 years, a good and well-chosen vineyard will surely be worth more. It is an arithmetic that adds quality and demand ”, predicts Mariano García, another of the wine masters.

If God created time on the first day, his hands now mark new boundaries. For example, buy a vineyard and have a cooperative make with your label. Or, if you have the resources, hire a professional team so that the passion reflects the ambition of a company. “Although social prestige still weighs: I have my own winery! And we have already seen what happened with quite a few in which athletes, actors, singers entered; inexperienced people ”, recalls an expert, who asked not to be cited. Maybe an old man winemaker hard-handed would say that acquiring a vineyard for hobby it is the most professional business in the world.

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In the world of the vineyard they defend that God created time on the first day, and then rested. At least it’s what the old people think winegrowers, those French artisans of the grape. Winegrowers with the lines of their hands sunk like plow furrows and who protect their old vines from the worst frost of the last decades by lighting candles between the plants at two in the morning. Harvest days count, that “if you want to make a small fortune in wine, start with a big one”. They have a wisdom that many should remember. Especially today, when there is a growing demand for wineries and vineyards between the hobby and the business. The pandemic has prompted the search for lands of calm and tranquility. The phenomenon resonates strongly in France, Italy, California and, even more tempered, in Spain.

More information

Of course, someone who buys vineyards for fun should not initially worry about profit or loss. The house, the château, it is usually half the value of the transaction and there are wishes for a new life. It is even planted on the outskirts of Paris. “With the crisis we have seen that one of the properties that are very high on the shopping list is a small vineyard,” observes Tim Swannie, director of Home Hunts, an agency specializing in the sale of strains such as hobby in France. And he specifies: “Most of the clients [sobre todo, holandeses, alemanes y estadounidenses] They are not looking for a commercial vineyard, but rather a beautiful house with a lot of space around it and one or two hectares of vines where they can make their own wine ”. That is, approximately 7,000 bottles if you want to produce with quality.

It is an expensive passion. Planting new vines costs about 30,000 euros per hectare and you have to wait at least four years to get any type of wine. And if, in addition, you want to grow organically, the cost increases. Prices vary by area. In Bordeaux something similar to that desire costs between 3.5 and four million euros. On the right bank and in Entre-deux-Mers – experts say – are the lands where there are the best opportunities. “There is a market for the sale of château Bordeaux aimed at Asian investors ”, confirms Charlie Foley, wine specialist at Christie’s auction house.

More information

Provence is one of the areas with the highest demand. The success of the variety rosé justifies part of the sales. “We have witnessed some important operations recently, for example, businessman Stéphane Courbit, joining forces with the Bordeaux family, Prats, to buy Château d’Estoublon and the owner of Château Cos d’Estournel, Michel Reybier, has acquired Château La Mascaronne ”, Analyzes the magazine Decanter. And the prices are high. Near the Côte d’Azur, the hectare is worth 150,000 euros. Very far from the most accessible 32,300 euros that are asked in the Loire region.

Passion for Tuscany

Although life may be a road with hairpin turns that crosses the most beautiful landscape imaginable. So that’s Tuscany (Italy). A destination where you can park your existence. “It is the main area sought by foreign buyers who want their own wine. It is not only the quality of the vineyards, it is the environment, the culture, the lifestyle ”, says Gemma Bruce, co-founder of the Italian agency Casa & Country. And he details: “Small private farms start at 1.5 million euros, while the largest, and commercial, can exceed 20 million.” Dream Tuscany. The famous Brunello di Montalcino vineyards are hardly ever on the market. “But a Chianti Classico vineyard between Florence and Siena could cost over 150,000 euros per hectare, while in Montalcino (where Brunello and Sassicaia wines are made) that price is doubled,” says real estate agent Jeremy Onslow-Macaulay in the Financial Times newspaper.

More information

In Spain, the dream travels calmer; still travel. Former German investment banker Walter Kraushaar and his American partner, William Stanley, look for him in Inca, a municipality in the center of the island of Mallorca. Walter’s grandfather was a winegrower in Germany and “wine is in his blood,” he explains. “We are between the hobby and the business,” says Stanley. The winery is called Finca Los Dos Caballeros and they have planted Grenache, Merlot and Sauvignon Blanc. They live in the terroir, where one hectare costs 35,000 euros. This year they will produce 5,000 bottles and their strategy is to export them to the United States.

Yet from dreams he wakes up every morning. This is noted by Peter Sisseck, the legendary maker of Pingus (Ribera de Duero). These months he works to create a fine (Viña Corrales, 1,200 bottles) in Jerez. “People think in a very romantic way, but this is very hard and requires a lot of dedication and discipline,” he reflects. “I am looking for a young man, who reminds me of me, with that passion, and who wants to live in empty Spain or France, which is where we make; and it doesn’t appear ”, he complains. That is the reality, and the between 20,000 and 30,000 euros that a hectare costs in Sanlúcar de Barrameda (Cádiz). Low numbers compared to other areas. In Ribera de Duero you can’t find anything for less than 30,000 euros. In fact, the range goes from 40,000 to 80,000. In El Bierzo (León) it stands at 70,000 and the record is set by the old vines of La Rioja, which can reach up to 150,000 euros. “In 10 or 20 years, a good and well-chosen vineyard will surely be worth more. It is an arithmetic that adds quality and demand ”, predicts Mariano García, another of the wine masters.

If God created time on the first day, his hands now mark new boundaries. For example, buy a vineyard and have a cooperative make with your label. Or, if you have the resources, hire a professional team so that the passion reflects the ambition of a company. “Although social prestige still weighs: I have my own winery! And we have already seen what happened with quite a few in which athletes, actors, singers entered; inexperienced people ”, recalls an expert, who asked not to be cited. Maybe an old man winemaker hard-handed would say that acquiring a vineyard for hobby it is the most professional business in the world.

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The billionaire boasted that those aboard the Blue Origin ship are astronauts without “an asterisk next to their name”, for reaching the height of 100 kilometers.

On the day of the flight into space of the New Shepard spacecraft of the Blue Origin company, owned by Jeff Bezos, the Federal Aviation Administration of the United States changed its definition of who can be considered astronauts, and according to the new interpretation, Bezos is not.

The billionaire did meet one of the requirements to earn that title by exceeding the limit of 80 kilometers high, or 50 miles, considered the beginning of outer space. In fact, it went further and crossed the Kármán line set at 100 kilometers, also agreed by many as the dividing line between atmosphere and space.

However, to enter the astronaut category, according to the government entity, he had to carry out activities during the flight that could be considered “essential for public safety or that they contributed to the safety of human space flights. “

Thus, under the new requirement for those who intend to display the insignia, Bezos would be left out of the category because he effectively did nothing about it during his first flight into space. His New Shepard ship was fully autonomous and operated from Earth, leaving the crew with no pending tasks on board.

In the midst of a strong rivalry with another billionaire, British Richard Branson who flew into space in the Virgin Galactic spacecraft nine days before him, Bezos stressed that those aboard the Blue Origin rocket are astronauts without “an asterisk next to them. in his name “, for reaching the height of 100 kilometers.

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Published:

24 Jul 2021 02:18 GMT

The billionaire boasted that those aboard the Blue Origin ship are astronauts without “an asterisk next to their name”, for reaching the height of 100 kilometers.

On the day of the flight into space of the New Shepard spacecraft of the Blue Origin company, owned by Jeff Bezos, the Federal Aviation Administration of the United States changed its definition of who can be considered astronauts, and according to the new interpretation, Bezos is not.

The billionaire did meet one of the requirements to earn that title by exceeding the limit of 80 kilometers high, or 50 miles, considered the beginning of outer space. In fact, it went further and crossed the Kármán line set at 100 kilometers, also agreed by many as the dividing line between atmosphere and space.

However, to enter the astronaut category, according to the government entity, he had to carry out activities during the flight that could be considered “essential for public safety or that they contributed to the safety of human space flights. “

Thus, under the new requirement for those who intend to display the insignia, Bezos would be left out of the category because he effectively did nothing about it during his first flight into space. His New Shepard ship was fully autonomous and operated from Earth, leaving the crew with no pending tasks on board.

In the midst of a strong rivalry with another billionaire, British Richard Branson who flew into space in the Virgin Galactic spacecraft nine days before him, Bezos stressed that those aboard the Blue Origin rocket are astronauts without “an asterisk next to them. in his name “, for reaching the height of 100 kilometers.

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