"Stéphane Laurens is an adorable and kind French boy who speaks four languages and is currently living in Paris after time in Berlin and Buenos Aires. His low-key Sunday party, Dimanche Mon Amour, was a lovely way to spend an afternoon during Buenos Aires summer."
Étienne Daho (pronounced: [e.tjɛn da.o]) (born January 14, 1956 in Oran, Algeria) is a French singer, songwriter and record producer. He has released a number of synth-driven and rock-surf influenced pop hit singles since 1981.
From 1966 to 1968, Foucault lectured at the University of Tunis, Tunisia before returning to France, where he became head of the philosophy department at the new experimental university of Paris VIII. In 1970 he was admitted to the Collège de France, membership of which he retained till his death. He also became active in a number of left-wing groups involved in anti-racist campaigns, anti-human rights abuses movements, and the struggle for penal reform. He went on to publish The Archaeology of Knowledge, Discipline and Punish, and The History of Sexuality, his so-called genealogies which emphasized the role power plays in the evolution of discourse in society. Foucault died in Paris of neurological problems compounded by HIV/AIDS; he was the first public figure in France to have died from the disease, with his partner Daniel Defert founding the AIDES charity in his memory.
Foucault rejected the post-structuralist and postmodernist labels later attributed to him, preferring to classify his thought as a critical history of modernity. His thought has been highly influential for both academic and activist groups.
Yolanda Cristina Gigliotti (17 January 1933 – 3 May 1987), best known as Dalida, was an Egyptian-French singer and actress of Italian descent who performed and recorded in more than 10 languages including: Egyptian Arabic , Italian, Greek, German, French, English, Japanese, Hebrew, Dutch and Spanish.
Dalida, ranks among the six most popular singers in the world. Her sales figures today would amount to more than 170 million albums worldwide,.Twice honored with "The World Oscar of success of the disc", she is the only European singer to have won this Oscar at least once. Her 30-year career debuted in 1956 and ended with her last album in 1986, a few months before her death. Her death led to an iconic image as a tragic diva and renowned singer. She received 70 gold records and was the first singer to receive a diamond disc.
Network Awesome - Tue, May 23 "Where there is power, there is resistance.”