Sinead O’Connor: The endless ordeal of the Irish singer

Sinead OConnor The endless ordeal of the Irish singer

That question, old and multipurpose by Mario Vargas Llosa, becomes pertinent to think now about the Irish singer who presented herself to the world with a shaved head, equal parts of the beauty of Romy Schneider and the asceticism of the Dalai Lama. At what point was Sinead O’Connor’s path damaged? Driven by the latest … Read more

After the death of her son, the Irish singer Sinéad O’Connor is hospitalized

After the death of her son the Irish singer Sinead

Sinead O’Connor Sinead O’Connor His posts raised the alarm of his followers and followers, and soon O’Connor contacted the security forces to accompany her to voluntarily enter a care center: “I apologize for worrying everyone. I feel lost without my son and I hate myself. The hospital it will help for a while, but I’m … Read more

The Irish returns the concerts to the historic center after a year without massive events

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Authorities and organization present this Wednesday the Irish Fleadh festival, the first unrestricted date in the city, in the ambigu of the Grand Theater. SILVIA SÁNCHEZ FERNÁNDEZ It will be the first festival of the new era, one that at least recovers the essence of the previous one, the concerts without limitations. After a year … Read more

‘An Irish Song’: a cosmic delusion of insufferable eccentricity

An Irish Song a cosmic delusion of insufferable eccentricity

The strange and meager film career of renowned American playwright John Patrick Shanley, 70, is marked by two milestones: his Oscar for best original screenplay for the highly unique romantic comedy Moon spell, Directed by Norman Jewison in 1987 and far from any conventionalism; Y the textual, interpretative and critical power of the remarkable The … Read more