Bologna ‘baby boom’. While Italy becomes, day by day, a ‘Country for old people’, paraphrasing the title of the famous movie by Coen brothers, ‘No country for old men’, dated 2007, Bologna increased her population thanks to new borns.
Bologna opened for holiday. People from Bologna don’t leave and many tourists arrive, in spite of the hot sun of August.
From September 7th to 10th, at the Fiera of Bologna, there will be the Sana’, the ‘International Fair of natural and biological’, that for its 25th edition will have as sponsor the Indian activist, engaged in ambient themes and interested in the food themes, Vandana Shiva.
Till December 28th, every last Saturday of the month, it will be possible to visit the Piancoteca Nazionale of Bologna, in the evening, during an extraordinary opening, from 8.00 p.m. to 12.00 p.m., part of the project ‘Una sabato notte al museo’ created by the Cultural Heritage and Activity and Tourism departement.
The swimmingpool Sterlino in Bologna is 1 year old.
The hitch-hiking, in the world wide web times, changes skin. Currently, the hitch-hiking is called car sharing or car pooling, but the meaning is the same: to take a ride with other people.
Green economy, quality and ethics: these are the key words of the new regulation for the farmer markets at km 0 launched by the municipality of Modena. It would be exported all over the region.
Tenth edition of ‘Gelati e ciclabili’: every Wednesday, the Monte Sole Bike Group, till September, organize bycicle tours in the evening, to catch…ice-creams.
The Gipsy Jazz was born by Syephane Grappelli, violinist and Django Reinhardt, a gipsy guitarist, ethnos Manouche, working in France during the second world war, where he played with his band ‘Hot Club de France’.
The little men, built by the famous coloured plastic little bricks ‘Lego‘, become a music band. An electronic music band: the ‘Toa Mata Band’.