Fabulous Holidays looks we are crushing on this season

The holidays are fast approaching, giving fashion lovers everywhere the perfect opportunity to break out of the working-from-home sweatpants slump and slip into something festive. This season is all about rich colors and luxurious-feeling fabrics–a welcome change for those of us who have donned pandemic-induced loungewear for the past year and a half. So pour yourself a cup of cocoa and check out these four … Continue reading Fabulous Holidays looks we are crushing on this season

Embiid back from Covid, good news for Sixers

The Philadelphia 76ers did lose last night at Wells Fargo Center against the Wolves (120-121) after two overtime periods, achieving a delicate beginning of NBA season with ten victories and ten defeats, just like their contender of the night. Ranking at a disappointing eleventh place in the Eastern Conference, the team of Doc Rivers has reasons to be relieved still. After nine games missed due … Continue reading Embiid back from Covid, good news for Sixers

World Cup 2022 Qualifiers: one last step before Qatar

All over the world, teams are struggling to get the precious ticket to go to the upcoming World Cup of football in Qatar, that will take place in one year from now on. If many squads are already sure of participating to the final tournament, some others are still waiting for the ultimate decision that will be given in March 2022 with the playoffs. In … Continue reading World Cup 2022 Qualifiers: one last step before Qatar

The United States visit Africa to strengthen relationships

Time to gain trust and build up strong relationships. The American Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, is achieving a tour on the African continent this week to discuss important topics and strengthen partnership and cooperation between the US and Africa. The official of the Biden administration already went to Kenya and Nigeria, two English-speaking countries, and will end up his tour with Senegal this weekend … Continue reading The United States visit Africa to strengthen relationships

Yswara, an invitation to African tradition and refinement

The modern era and all the technical progress that comes with it sometimes provides this paradoxical effect to make us be craving for more tradition and simplicity, as a return to the old times where smart phones did not exist, which was not preventing our ancestors and the former generations to find joy and happiness. Some feelings the new technologies do not always concretize by … Continue reading Yswara, an invitation to African tradition and refinement

Bamba Dieng, a fairy tale in Marseille

This is the kind of story that makes you love football again. After six games with Olympique de Marseille last year (one goal), Senegalese striker Bamba Dieng is adding up goals in this season 2021/2022, adding up games played as well, and thus showing his coach Jorge Sampaoli that he can rely on him, which was maybe not in his plans when the new season … Continue reading Bamba Dieng, a fairy tale in Marseille

Ballon d’Or: Mo Salah and Riyad Mahrez in the list of 30

The Ballon d’Or France Football, which rewards the best football player of the year, will be awarded on next November 29th and the list of the thirty potential winners was made public last Friday. If the usual ones are still here (Messi, Ronaldo and so on), a few brand new names have to be welcomed this year, in a list where Senegalese striker Sadio Mané is missing. … Continue reading Ballon d’Or: Mo Salah and Riyad Mahrez in the list of 30

The transition gets organized in Guinea

A few weeks after the deposing of former Guinean president Alpha Condé, the transition gets organized in Guinea Conakry, not always in the most peaceful atmosphere with an endangered liberty of press symbolized by that surprise visit of media group Djoma Média by the special forces, but with what seems to be a support of the people towards the action of the new rulers. Colonel … Continue reading The transition gets organized in Guinea