Goldman fan, he writes alone, forgetting the hours

Jean-Michel Fontaine has a passion, Jean-Jacques Goldman. But in his house in Rolle, the walls are modestly devoted to it: no question for him of idolizing the star. On the other hand, he is never short of anecdotes on the singer and he even corrects the official biographies. On his coffee table, Jean-Michel Fontaine contemplates … Read more

Illustrator Albertine wins Andersen Prize

The Hans-Christian-Andersen Children’s Literature Prize was awarded to Albertine. A great emotion for the Geneva illustrator who admits that she does not have a particular style: “My thing is to draw twelve hours a day and to seek the fairest, the truth.” Albertine compares this vital need to draw to a sportsman who needs to … Read more

An intestinal bacteria supposedly responsible for Covid-19

There have been many theories around Covid-19 circulating on the internet since the start of the epidemic. The most recent concerns an intestinal bacteria, Prevotella, which apparently plays a role in the inflammatory raging of the virus. Skeptical, Doctor Thai Nguyen-Tang points out: “Real scientific discoveries rarely happen by text or on social networks. There … Read more

Restaurateurs still in the dark

After the Federal Council’s announcements on Thursday, the restaurants are in full fog. In the Morning Sunday of today, Federal Councilor Guy Parmelin announces a possible reopening “in a few weeks”. A vague situation that worries restaurateurs. Here, as in all Geneva bars, the entertainment has stopped for a month. For her manager, the hardest … Read more