Latest culture news today Monday, January 24
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The former FBI agent who claims to have unveiled the great mystery of WWII confesses on ABC
Burnout is a disease that strikes even former FBI agents. Vincent Pankoke, who spent 27 years hunting criminals in Wisconsin, greets ABC with his collar open and an air of fatigue. They are hard days, according to account through a videoconference. Normal, because his team has just put an end to a long investigation that, he says, has finally revealed one of the great mysteries of WWII: the identity of the man who betrayed Anne Frank’s family.
The culprit in question has a name and surname: Arnold van den Bergh. “We are 85 or 90% convinced. We have not found the smoking gun, but we did find it warm and with bullets that we have been able to analyze,” he says.
The signing of the Beatles with Brian Epstein: 60 years of the contract that changed the history of pop
On January 1, 1962, the Beatles They traveled two hundred kilometers of snowy roads in a van to attend an audition for the Decca record company. They just met a guy named Brian Epstein who ran a record store and who offered to replace his old manager, the owner of the Jacaranda club Allan Williams, and they heeded his proposal to try to seduce that famous company. The test was done in front of A&R Dick Rowe and his assistant Mike Smith, lasted about an hour and the Beatles (still with the original drummer, Pete Best) performed fifteen songs with more nerves than usual. They did not leave happy, but Smith told them it had gone “good” and that they would have an answer “in a few weeks.”
Valdemorillo bets on youth and chooses Alejandro Marcos to replace Cayetano
Alejandro Marcos replaces Cayetano Rivera Ordonez in the bullfight next February 6 in Valdemorillo. Cayetano will not be able to appear in the first appointment of the season after suffering a clavicle fracture that will require a recovery of at least six weeks.
French comic book artist Jean-Claude Mézières, creator of ‘Valérian and Laureline’, dies
French comic artist Jean-Claude Mezieres, creator of the science fiction series ‘Valérian and Laureline’, has died on the night of Saturday to Sunday, as reported by his publisher, Dargaud.
A book to shelter the world
Mercedes Cebrián has a callus on the index finger of her left hand. He did it playing the cello. This is how the writer told it to an official at the time of renewing her ID. In an office that processes identities —the paperwork of being oneself—, Mercedes Cebrián discovered another.
Arles, a season of category: from the appointment of Manzanares and Roca Rey with La Quinta to the return of Talavante
Of category the posters programmed by Juan Bautista in the Arles Fair (France), again the first square in which Alejandro Talavante is advertised. If last year the Extremaduran only stepped on the French arena, for now his name appears again in the Bautista arena, in a luxury poster that Morante de la Puebla opens and Pablo Aguado closes. The appointment: in the goyesca of December 10.