Eva Green, 5 things you do not know

On private passions, even a little ‘weird to fascinating’ kinship ‘
hypnotic and classic beauty look, Eva Green wins from the outset with a natural sensuality and an intense and emotionally overwhelming drama.
It’s been over ten years since his ‘baptism’ to the big screen with The Dreamers – The Dreamers, Bernardo Bertolucci’s controversial film in which the actress was crazy about Michael Pitt and Louis Garrel in the shoes of a young American student in Paris in ’68. And to think that her parents had advised against signing the contract, fearing a fate similar to that of Maria Schneider, memorable starring opposite Marlon Brando in Last Tango in Paris cult.
THE BASICS
Born in Paris in 1980, he studied acting at the Saint Paul Drama School for three years, before reaching the Tisch School of Arts in New York where it is put to the test even in the directorial technique. Parents have the urge to face the acting career to make it more sociable and extroverted.
His “indecent beauty” according to the International criticism has opened the doors for a rich career opportunities and different roles, many of which share a certain erotic charge.
From the bond girl in Casino Royale all’ammaliante Sybil of Jerusalem in the film by Ridley Scott’s Crusades, until the cruel Ava Lord from Sin City, Eva Green has played different roles of femme fatale. His big blue eyes can be sweet and intriguing, but if necessary also dangerously threatening.
They KNOW THAT EVA GREEN …
1. It has a twin sister
Eva Green is two minutes older twin sister Joy (Johanne), but they are heterozygous and therefore not identical. “Joy and I could not be more different – said the actress time ago – she never had any interest in acting, this thing has been positive for us because otherwise we would have been able to get very competitive. Before we fought often but now things are much better. Joy holds even all the newspaper clippings that speak to me. ” The twin sister in fact studied economics and now lives in Normandy with her husband, an Italian count.
2. Collect insects
Be longed has its advantages, but it does not leave much room for privacy. Fortunately Eva is madly in love with her border terrier Griffin, in an interview he jokingly called her “husband.” Besides the passion for four-legged friends, however, it is fond of animals in general. In fact, he also confessed to collecting insects, including a tarantula that caught herself.
3. You do not like to look on the big screen
People often think that the actors enter the world of entertainment for the narcissistic pleasure of watching themselves on screen, but in reality is not always so. “Perhaps it is a form of narcissism in the negative. I can not see me. For example, some of the actors when they turn a movie go straight to the monitor to check how a scene is coming. I can not do that and I should learn how to do it. Maybe one day, “he confessed.
4. He loves playing classical music
Eva Green studied piano and flute at school and she loves to play something classical music as soon as he gets the chance.
5. Does not the actress for money and his idol is Isabelle Ajani
Although no shortage of proposals for the blockbusters and the big-budget film, the actress has always accepted roles in several independent films. Just think of Franklyn, Cracks and Womb. “And ‘good for the soul to do these movies, I feel bad if I do something for money. I can not breathe. And I’m not proud of myself, “he told The Guardian in an interview in 2010. When he saw for the first time Adele H. – A Romance, Francois Truffaut’s 1975 film, was impressed by the protagonist Isabelle Ajani and realized that he devote his life to acting

Greedy identity. From tiramisu to vegetarian artichoke dessert coffee

Chefs Andrea Ribaldone, Loretta Fanella and Moreno Cedroni accepted the invitation of Lavazza to create new and amazing recipes with the most loved by Italians spice

It has just completed the 12th edition of the Congress Identity Greedy. Among the novelties of this year we followed Identity Coffee, cooking shows dedicated to the most loved by Italians spice promoted by Lavazza, leader in top gastronomy with the range of iTierra mixtures! Origins and committed to the respect for the environment and social in attention in its coffee origin countries.

Alll’evento participated along with other great masters of the kitchen, Andrea Ribaldone, Loretta Fanella and Moreno Cedroni (Madonnina del Pescatore in Senigallia). In common, besides the use of coffee, the more creative freedom associated with a large professional technique. Result: sweet and memorable savory dishes, each an expression of personality and genius for its author.

Andrea Ribaldone (I Due Buoi of Alexandria and now also in charge of the kitchen of the Hotel Bauer’s Palace in Venice), with special guest Marco Bernini (Fattoria La Cavarchella), cheese artist, has invented a vegetarian Tiramisu, which also will include today in the paper’s own restaurant in Alexandria.

Sweet in the mouth, it resembles in all respects to a normal tiramisu, but normal is not at all. Of course there is coffee, but obtained from an infusion of Arabica premium iTierra! with vermouth. The chocolate, however, that in the cocoa powder is diluted with water spreadable. But the taste of coffee of her tiramisu we find him as such even in wafers obtained with toasted potato peel. And the mascarpone. Since the Ribaldone dessert is vegetarian. Indeed, virtually vegan, instead of cheese chef has created a cream with celery, soy milk and jelly. final treat: a wooden cutting board and coffee organoid which serves dessert. How to accompany him? With a distillate of cocoa beans.

The Power of Freedom according to Andrea Ribaldone: “Do what I want! For this also I do not have a book of recipes. The kitchen changes as people change and the contamination between different cultures at the stove are the lifeblood “.

Loretta Fanella, former head pastry chef at Enoteca Pinchiorri in Florence, has accepted the invitation of Lavazza and together they interpreted the theme of Identity Greedy this year, La Forza della Libertà, with a “sweet fairy tale”, a dessert which entitled once upon a time … and her plate looks just like an image bucolic and fabulous, with three crisp colorful butterflies protagonists, for Fanella symbol of freedom. “Freedom is being able to fly, and it remained where and when you want.” In fact, the pastry is now working on his own, he makes the consultant, teaches and creates new desserts. In Once upon a time, for example, we have taken the liberty to approach the coffee in three different varieties of iTierra! with glaze of cherry, orange icing and chocolate. It has even taken the liberty of creating a tropical Cappuccino, with mango puree, passion fruit, pineapple and a biscuit soaked in tangerine juice. Seeing is believing.

Moreno Cedroni (Madonnina del Pescatore in Senigallia) already physically embodies the Force of Liberty and interprets it in each of his creations from the salty coffee ice cream. “I like to conceive dishes that make headlines and circulate ideas,” he says during a brief chat. So Identity Coffee displaces the audience with two new dessert: Tiramisu with a salty scallops and artichoke coffee. Free and creative ideas, implemented with the skill of a starry champion. In salty Tiramisu for example, instead of mascarpone mousse we are a sweet carrots with custard to whipped cream, brewed coffee inspired by a recipe of tea discovered during a trip to Vietnam and an addition of Thai sauce. Here contaminations are truly remarkable. And so they are significant in striking Artichoke coffee with sponge cake and ice cream to peanut. Ensure that these are dishes that fans talk about himself and circulate ideas.

You can adjust the music and talking with friends through a button that simulates a walkie-talkie, without picking up the phone
The winter and cold temperatures are the enemies of the smartphone and touchscreen. But believe it or spend a day on the ski slopes means giving up Facebook, Whatsapp and phone calls, a little ‘because it is too troublesome to take off the gloves and comb through the notifications, a little’ because the phone is impossible to pull off, buried under thousand layers of the ski suit. Who makes winter sports has tried using the smartwatch but the limited screen size and the small buttons continue to be a constraint, especially because of the gloves and the limited sensitivity of the fingers. Two US boys have tried to solve this problem with YodelUp, a wearable device that looks like a smartwatch, but is simply a remote control for the smartphone can control the music and, through the app Zello, work like a walkie talkie.
The device is worn directly over the gloves with an adjustable elastic band, just connect via Bluetooth to your smartphone and you’re done.
It does not have a screen but there is only the buttons to adjust the sound of your favorite music (play, pause and keys to scroll through the songs and to raise and lower the volume): the design is reminiscent of the rough and groping of old mobile phones than once: big, spring and easy to press (and hear) even with gloves. Side there is another button that simulates that of a walkie-talkie to talk to a friend who is on the slopes or in the heat of the shelter. Just download in advance Zello app on your smartphone to have real-time conversations using your phone’s data network.
Currently the device is at the center of a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds and reach stores by the beginning of the next winter season. The starting price of 100 Euros is not cheap but definitely costs less than other smart watches on the market or smart helmets that are still in the design phase

Rotterdam, a city in great shape

Rotterdam is one of the top destinations of 2016: floating forests on the water, shipyards transformed into cultural platforms, coffee factories become creative workshops and many international exhibitions that tell contemporary trends.
Whether you come by land or sea, the future is already there, before our eyes. With the giant steel roof and wood of the new train station or the futuristic building on the Meuse, not far from the largest port in Europe, Rotterdam immediately reveals its modern soul. Heavily bombed during the Second World War, the city has replaced with innovative works of superstars the romantic canals and in typical Dutch brick houses.

On March 16, in National Tree Day, the collective Mothership, inspiratosi to works by the artist Jorge Bakker, will inaugurate its Bobbing Forest, the first floating forest in the world: an installation of 20 trees planted on a platform floating on the water the Riknhaven. To see the Wilhelminapier the pier symbol of European immigration in the United States, one of the Art Rotterdam headquarters in mid-February, on which now stand skyscrapers signed by Renzo Piano, Sir Norman Foster, Alvaro Siza and Rem Koolhaas. A true Manhattan on the Maas, connected to the city by the spectacular Erasmusbrug, the bridge supported by 40 steel cables. Among the buildings stands out the newcomer, De Rotterdam: designed by Rem Koolhaas as a vertical city, consists of three towers connected air, where they find office space, apartments, restaurants, shops. Inside there is also the ultrascenografico Nhow Rotterdam, opened a couple of years ago by the Spanish chain (this is the third hotel, after Milan and Berlin): glass facade and metal, concrete interiors, embellished with golden accents and works by local artists.
A few steps away, the Nederlands Fotomuseum is Ulay, specialist of the Polaroids, which celebrates the artist active in the seventies, long close friend and companion of Marina Abramović. The museum is in Las Palmas, former shipyard transformed by Benthem Crouwel Architects in an effervescent cultural space. Inside, you book a table at Las Palmas, the Herman den Blijker restaurant, renowned chef of TV programs, oysters, lobsters and fish cooked with creativity. Not far there Pincoffs, boutique hotel with 17 rooms. Two former journalists, Edwin van der Meijde and his wife Karen Hamerlynck, have renovated the building of the customs duties, which dates back to 1879, combining historic features and design.
It has yet to Rem Koolhaas the last citizen debut, Timmerhuis, just opened in the center. The building, from the revolutionary modular shape that resembles the pixels of the screens, is the new home of the town hall and the Museum Rotterdam, with over 100,000 objects tells the city. To stay on the subject, the museum district is the third pole invested by the fair events. Do not miss the prestigious Boijmans Van Beuningen, entitled to collectors who regalarono their heritage to the city. Among the oldest of the Netherlands, exhibits paintings by Brueghel, Rembrandt, Monet, Van Gogh, but also works by Eliasson and Cattelan. At the fair you visit Vocabolar of Solitude, 45 large-size reproductions of clowns, the Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone. The art tour also includes the iconic Kunsthal, designed by Rem Koolhaas at the end of the eighties and reopened after careful restoration in February 2014. In Rotterdam architecture infects even shopping.
Among the new entries, the Markthal, the largest covered market in the Netherlands, designed by MVRDV Architects. Its spectacular horseshoe-shaped, 40 meters high and decorated inside by the colorful mural by Arno Conen and Iris Roskam, dominates food stalls, shops and restaurants. But the surprises are the apartments built in the huge arches. For art and design shop it goes from Groos, concept store that offers only products created in Rotterdam. The name comes from a forgotten word meaning “pride”: the one for the bustling town fertility.

Facebook Messenger, 8 tricks to sing better (including Spotify)

The web platform the chance to join without having a profile on the social to the personalization, content such as gif and special effects, and the latest addition, the integration with the music streaming
Facebook Messenger is gradually becoming a platform in its own right. It boasts 800 million active users each month – but you can bet they are already grown – and increasingly traveling on parallel tracks with respect to the application mother, that of Facebook standards. Not many people know for example that you can chat without having a profile on the social network of Menlo Park as well as, a bit ‘in Web WhatsApp style, even from traditional PCs connecting to this site.
The climb of 2015 was booming: join the application has seen about 100 million users in a matter of months. This is because, along the lines of the strategies of some Asian messaging apps like Line or WeChat, Messenger is getting something different both from a company that has a classic instant messaging application. A rich hybrid on which Mark Zuckerberg intends to hold us for as long as possible. but less in the United States, where for example a bit ‘is known in Italy can already make micropayments between contacts, to shop or call a car Uber, the transition is already quite palpable.
It is not enough. The irresistible gif, special effects on photos, chats customizable group, sharing the position and later throughout the furniture world commerce. From certain viewpoints Messenger has room for even unimaginable growth and diversification. And if he has embarked on this road is divided only forever differentiate more other formidable family messaging platform that has just crossed the one billion users. This is obviously WhatsApp, who has also recently added the ability to exchange documents such as pdf but remains substantially dry and essential, linked to the immediate communication needs. If WhatsApp will be the e-mail of the future, Messenger aims to become an extension of the social network.

Egypt all’Eudi Show to promote underwater tourism

The Egyptian Tourist Board focuses on diving tourism participating from today to March 6 the ‘European Dive Show’ in Bologna. The country, which boasts more than 400 diving centers only on the coast of the Red Sea, will be present for the first time and participation in this twenty-fourth edition is the opportunity to host the representatives of several Egyptian dive centers.
Scuba diving in the Red Sea began in the 50s when Italian and Greek workers who lived in Egypt began to fish with a spear. Since then, the dives have made countless advances and today, only on the Red Sea Riviera, there are more than 400 structures with any equipment, liveaboard diving and a large number of programs and instructors with international certifications. The Red Sea resort of Hurghada, Sharm El-Sheikh, Marsa Alam, El Gouna and Taba are wonderful destinations that, thanks to the mild temperatures, offer vacation packages with diving and stays all year round. The diving centers in Egypt are managed and controlled by the CDWS (Chamber of Diving and Watersports).
Among the most popular activities for divers who dive in the Red Sea, there is the ‘Reef Diving’, which allows you to explore the Egyptian coral reef, second in the world after Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, but much closer and convenient to reach for Italian tourists who can get there with three or four hour flight and take advantage of living affordable packages.