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"Las caricias son tan necesarias como la comida o la bebida"

Steiner es uno de los padres del análisis transaccional<p>Zaragoza.- Claude Steiner nació en Francia, pero su familia es de origen austriaco, estudió en …

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I’m three months away from submitting the manuscript for my first cookbook, which is about color, and being inspired by color creatively when cooking. I had thought that I’d horde any inspiration around colorful food for my book, but instead I find that I notice color everywhere. Perhaps because I …

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Dust off those pedals and get ready to ride! With spring in full force and Bike to Work Week just around the corner, we’re bringing back an oldie-but-goodie Etsy video: the ABC’s of tuning your bike. Meet Brooklyn’s own Susan Lindell of Dumbo’s Recycle-A-Bicycle, who shares five simple tips for …

"Instagram wird die Fotografie nicht auslöschen"

Richard Koci Hernandez gilt als bekanntester Vertreter der iPhone-Fotografie. Im Interview erklärt er, warum ein Smartphone für ihn die Kamera der …

Flucht vor dem Fremdenhass

Viele Migranten haben bei der illegalen Einreise nach Griechenland alle Papiere vernichtet, doch jetzt stehen sie bei ihren Botschaften Schlange, um …

Seelenheil im System

Seelisches Leid trifft nicht nur Einzelne - es trifft auch deren Familien, Ehen und Beziehungen. Die Systemische Therapie sucht im sozialen Gefüge …

Björk + Celia Cruz = Xenia Rubinos

La nueva sensación de Brooklyn tiene sangre cubana y puertorriqueña y mezcla electrónica y ritmos caribeños<p>Es bien sabido: Brooklyn es un hervidero. …

Coixet sigue bailando

La directora parece haber luchado por huir de los “ismos”, pero no siempre lo consigue<p>En medio de “las rencillas de patio de colegio” surgidas en la …

Caperucita, doctora en Manhattan

Carmen Martín Gaite se ha convertido en un clásico de la literatura española en Estados Unidos<p>¡Miranfú! Carmen Martín Gaite dijo la palabra mágica de …

Miss Kittin acepta a Miss Kittin

La reina del 'electroclash' se reinventa con un nuevo disco que presenta esta noche en Barcelona y graba un mix para EL PAÍS<p>Cuando aquella noche el …

Paso a dos en el templo del tecno

El Ballet Estatal de Berlín toma la mítica discoteca Berghain de la ciudad<p>Para describir Berghain hay que pelear duro con la hipérbole. El club de …

Buenos Aires y el fervor de Borges

Se publica la primera versión ilustrada del debut literario del autor argentino<p>Son 45 poemas que el escritor dedicó a su ciudad<p>Tenía 24 años cuando …

La fuga al Oscar de la niña soldado

Se estrena en España ‘Rebelde (War witch)’, del director canadiense Kim Nguyen<p>El filme narra la epopeya de una joven reclutada por un ejército …

Una casa con piernas

La célebre Casa de Vidro, diseñada por la arquitecta Lina Bo Bardi, se presenta como campo museográfico expandido con una muestra colectiva<p>Si los …

Willy Toledo dice que se va a vivir Cuba

En una entrevista en una televisión venezolana, el actor anuncia que se trasladará a La Habana<p>"A partir de mayo me iré a vivir a La Habana". El actor …

Will We Ever Stop Craving Things That Aren't Good for Us? Author Interview

Cravings? Interview with Omar Manejwala, MD, Author of<p><i>Craving: Why We Can't Seem to Get Enough</i><p>Dr. Manejwala, a psychiatrist, is the senior vice president and chief medical officer of Catasys in Los Angeles and is the former medical director at Hazelden Foundation. Dr. Manejwala is a leading expert …

Tenner: Favorite Spring Music and a Movie, too

Spring has arrived -- flowers and music in full bloom. Some of it only hints at what might be as summer approaches. Until then, here are few things I'm carting around in my wheelbarrow. Dig it.<p>"Spiderlegs" Danny Malone: <i>Balloons</i> (DM)<p>Happy accident as I had no prior knowledge of Mr. Malone prior to …

20 Ways To Make Better Hummus

Hummus just might be the greatest culinary gift from the Middle East. It's creamy and smooth, and can easily be used to top just about everything. But what we like most about hummus is that it tastes just as rich as ranch dressing, but it's so much better for you -- healthy even. It's no wonder …

Freud & His Couch: 5 Psychoanalysts, 2 Designers And 1 Architect Engage In A Little Free Association (PHOTO)

Today is Sigmund Freud's 157th birthday. While we don't expect parades in the good doctor's honor, we can only imagine the symbol-laden floats that would be part of the festivities if such an event existed. Instead, we're paying tribute to Freud's couch, a piece of furniture that has become nearly …

Yoga: How We Cultivate Hope, Strength, and Community for Those Touched by Cancer

<i>This interview is part of a series devoted to interviews with several health, yoga, and spiritual educators presenting at the 2nd Annual Yoga Service Conference, hosted by the Omega Institute and the Yoga Service Council June 7-9, 2013. Anyone interested in working to create strong, engaged, and</i> …

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Are Ballerinas Dog or Cat People? Instagram and the New York City Ballet

"A ballet may contain a story, but the visual spectacle, not the story, is the essential element." George Balanchine believed that dance should remain the star of a production -- a reason the father of the New York City Ballet de-emphasized plot. While the choreographer's legacy might leave …

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France sans frontières: the best French border towns

Looking for a new angle on the well-trodden paths of France? Then travel to its borders. These three melting-pot cities showcase the best of France while giving a tantalising glimpse into the rest of Europe - Lille skims the Belgian border in the north; to the east, Strasbourg grazes Germany; and …

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Ten of France’s natural wonders

France's smorgasbord of cultural delights could keep even the most avid museum-hopper busy for a lifetime, but don't forget about the great outdoors. France smoulders with natural beauty, so why not go <i>au naturel</i> at mountain ranges, canyons and startling stretches of coast? This round-up of …

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Salar de Uyuni: a journey across Bolivia’s remarkable salt flats

The world's largest salt flat - Bolivia's Salar de Uyuni - is a surreal realm of mirages, where the bone-dry landscape reflects the sky like a mirror. Lonely Planet's Greg Benchwick explored this eerie and unique place.<p>Exploring the desolation of the Salar de Uyuni. Image by Greg Benchwick / Lonely …

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On your bike: the ultimate travel toolkit for cyclists

We love bikes: there’s a certain sense of freedom to be had from jumping onto a saddle and moving by the sheer strength of your own two feet. There’s also a certain romance in settling into the rhythm of pedalling, the drive train propelling you along the road ahead. Aside from the bike, there's a …

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Travels to Hell: inside Indonesia's Ijen volcano

Nobody in Europe had heard of the Ijen volcanic crater during the European Middle Ages, when painters were busy decorating churches and chapels with paintings depicting the gates of Hell. If they had, those artists would have needed no further inspiration: here is a real life Hell and it smells of …

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