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the Bookshelf 28/11/2019Premiere Magazine Yuval Noah Harari “Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow” In his first book, Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind, which became a worldwide sensation, Harari described how the ‘wise man’ came to rule over our planet. Homo Deus is an attempt to look into the future. What will happen when…

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the Bookshelf 08/09/2019Premiere Magazine The Tokyo Zodiac Murders: Soji Shimada Japan, 1936. An eccentric artist who lived with six daughters, stepdaughters and nieces was found dead in a room locked by the inside. His diaries, devoted to alchemy and astrology, contained a detailed plan for killing each of them, believing in depriving the lives of…

The 13th Cyprus-Russia Gala

The 13th Cyprus-Russia Gala 08/09/2019Premiere Magazine The 13th Cyprus-Russia Gala will take place in the Presidential Palace in Cyprus on Saturday 5th October 2019, under the high patronage of the First Lady of the Republic of Cyprus, Mrs. Andri Anastasiades. The Gala – created by Ensemble Productions and the administration of the Cypriot government 13…

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Bookshelf 09/06/2019Premiere Magazine Christina Dalcher “Vox “     Jean – a mother of four children and a linguist scholar – is on the verge of discovering an aphasia medication when American women are denied the right to speak, read and write. Only 100 words per day and electric shock from the electronic bracelet for each excess…

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The Bookshelf 26/05/2019Premiere Magazine Do not shoot the dog! By: Karen Pryor A time-tested bestseller, this is a unique book that can make your relationship with any person, animal, and even yourself much better. Karen Pryor offers a brilliantly simple and effective technique that will help you teach anyone to do what you want. We…

Philippos Yiapanis and his “Nest of Art”

Philippos Yiapanis and his “Nest of Art” 17/02/2019Premiere Magazine Philippos Yiapanis and his “Nest of Art” To the north of Limassol, near the village of Fasoula, is located the unique art park “Little Salamina”. This is a vast open-air space with narrow paths, small lakes, a small amphitheatre (repeating, in miniature, the famous excavations of…

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BOOKSHELF 17/02/2019Premiere Magazine Ali Smith “Winter” A harsh winter. The world shrinks. Everything becomes bare. That which was previously invisible becomes visible. That which was hidden flashes with fire. Ali Smith recreates a rapidly changing world, where the roots of life (laughter, love, art) are not always open to our eyes. In the post-truth era,…

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The Bookshelf 26/11/2018Premiere Magazine Jane Shemilt: “Daughter” Jenny is a family doctor, a mother of three children and the wife of a successful neurosurgeon. Her life is perfect, but everything collapses when her fifteen-year-old daughter Naomi does not return home. It takes a year. Searches do not bring results. The family falls apart. Jenny does…