The architect Richard Rogers, one of the co-authors of the Center Pompidou, is dead

The British architect Richard Rogers, in Paris, in November 2007, in front of the Center Pompidou, co-created with the Italian Renzo Piano. MARTIN BUREAU / AFP The architect and town planner Richard Rogers, one of the main representatives of the English “high tech” movement in the 1970s, and winner of the Pritzker Prize in 2007, … Read more

Rogers Cup 2021, Fognini e Sinner fuori al 2° turno

Jannik Sinner eliminato al debutto nel Masters di Toronto: il 19enne azzurro, reduce dal trionfo a Washington, è stato battuto 6-3, 6-4 dall’australiano Duckworth, n° 85 del mondo. Fuori anche Fognini, sconfitto 7-6, 6-3 dal russo Rublev. Il Masters in diretta su Sky Sport ATP TORONTO IN DIRETTA SU SKY SPORT Terza giornata del “National Bank … Read more

Buck Rogers flew so that NASA astronauts could spacewalk

You’ve all seen the iconic picture of the US astronaut riding gracefully upon his NASA-built MODOK chair. That astronaut was Bruce McCandless II, Houston’s capsule communicator during the moon landing mission, Challenger crew member, and the driving force behind America’s ability to conduct operations outside of the stuffy confines of space shuttles and international stations. … Read more

We Already Know When Steve Rogers Lost His Virginity And Other Notable Notes On Comics Of The Week | Tomatazos

We know that life can be complicated and, therefore, it is easy to miss some relevant news in the hustle and bustle of everyday life. That is why we have decided to put together all the most relevant of the week in a publication so that they are not lost. If you want to read … Read more

Hitting the Books: Buck Rogers flew so that NASA astronauts could spacewalk

You’ve all seen the iconic picture of the US astronaut riding gracefully upon his NASA-built MODOK chair. That astronaut was Bruce McCandless II, Houston’s capsule communicator during the moon landing mission, Challenger crew member, and the driving force behind America’s ability to conduct operations outside of the stuffy confines of space shuttles and international stations. … Read more