In 1939 Berlin, 18-year-old Simon Horowitz's world is stirred by his father's 1742 Guarneri del Gesu violin. When Nazis march across Europe and Simon is sent to Dachau, he finds unexpected kindness, and a chance to live. In the present day, orchestra conductor Rafael Gomez finds himself inspired by Daniel Horowitz, a 14-year-old violin virtuoso who refuses to play.
“I’m going to come after you,” Trump told Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., a prime holdout and the chairman of the conservative Freedom Caucus, a hotbed of concern about the legislation, according to several people in the room who described his comments on condition of anonymity because the session was private. “I believe Mark and his group will come along, because honestly, a loss is not acceptable, folks.”
"Oakland’s ‘Ghost Ship,’ Site of Fire, Was a Motley Warehouse With a History" is from the December 5, 2016 United States section of The New York Times. It was written by Julie Turkewitz, Thomas Fuller, Richard Pérez Peña and Conor Dougherty and narrated by Caroline Miller.
La collection "le froid c'est magique !" apprend tout aux enfants sur l'hiver. Pourquoi il fait froid, pourquoi il y a des saisons, un jeu du froid avec un panda amoureux d'une pingouine, de la gym pour se réchauffer, des histoires de grand froid et de bonhomme de neige. 50 minutes de divertissement audio avec "Bloom - la radio des enfants", pour découvrir le monde les oreilles en éveil et les yeux grands ouverts sur le monde.