CC says that Telva says that Jaume Plensa is simply panting to design some sets for Verdi’s Macbetch. I blame Telva’s legions of copy editors this time–they get Toulouse wrong too–but there’s no reason why not: “So this is the story of Lady Macbitch and her husband. The Queen stimulates herself with the props of power, [and] domination is a kind of remote masturbation.” This was before Angela Merkel came to office, of course.
- The Queen of Iznatoraf
A little more reading (Encyclopedia of Arabic Literature, Hispano-Arabic Literature and the Early Provençal Lyrics) suggests (possibly unjustly) that Wallada was
- Some advice for mayor Clos
For reasons that are unclear to me, the burlesque leader who ruled Dublin during carnival used to be known as Mayor
- Aragon to leave the Crown of Aragon?
David Millán on the crisis facing Don Pasqual Maragall i Mira, glorious successor of Jaume/Jaime/James I of Aragon.
- Brenda strikes back
“Don’t waste your time on obscure contemporary composers, John,” she said.
- How to grow enough mustard for a salad from seed in two hours
Ingredients: a horse, a fire, seed.