September 15 in entertainment, science, sports, art and society

On September 15, 1923, Hamlet Lima Quintana , in Morón, Province of Buenos Aires. Poet, singer and author of more than 400 songs. In addition to his artistic activity, he worked in the editorial offices of the United Press news agency and in the Politics section of the newspaper Clarín.

He recorded discs with the recitation of his poems, of which the following stand out: “Juanito Laguna overcomes a kite” and “La Pampa Verde”.

Works: Sometimes when I think (with Emilio de La Peña) – Something of eternity (with Eladia Blázquez) – America explodes me (with Jorge Monsalve) – Old girl, etc.

Hamlet Lima Quintana: “People”

Adolfo Bioy Casares Born in Buenos Aires on September 15, 1914 and died on March 8, 1999, he was an Argentine writer who frequented fantasy, police and science fiction literature.

He is considered one of the three most important writings in our country and in Spanish literature, having received the mention of Knight of the Legion of Honor in 1981, the Alfonso Reyes International Award, the Miguel de Cervantes Award (both in 1990) and the Konex de Brillante in 1994. He collaborated on several occasions with Jorge Luis Borges under different pseudonyms. He was the husband of the writer Silvina Ocampo.

O’Donnell Archives: Adolfo Bioy Casares (full chapter) – Canal Encuentro

This day in 1890 the writer was born Agatha Christie , English author of the detective genre, one of the most widely read of the 20th century. Among his most popular titles are Murder on the Orient-Express (1934), Death on the Nile (1937) and Ten Little Blacks (1939).

Agatha Christie Biography

It is celebrated on International Day of Democracy . In 2007, the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed this date as a day to commemorate human rights and fundamental freedoms of citizens.

As defended by the UN, “the principle of holding regular and genuine elections through universal suffrage are essential elements of democracy. In turn, democracy provides the natural environment for the protection and effective fulfillment of human rights ”.

Max Hernández – International Day of Democracy

On September 15, 1943, the Roberto Juan Ternavasio (Ternán), in the City of Buenos Aires. Musician, singer, author and composer. In 1969 he was nominated by the press for Cosquín’s “Revelation” along with Daniel Toro and Víctor Heredia.

He was part of Los Diableros and Los de Salta.

At present he continues as a soloist and lives in Salta.

Works: Al Valle de Punilla (with Cuti Carabajal) – Alguito me guardo (with Raúl Palma) – Amor ajeno – Amor Salvaje (with Mario Cabrera) – Amorcito (with Mario Cabrera) – I didn’t sleep last night (with Ricardo Romero) – That night of your departure – Tie the horse to the palenque (with Orlando Obejero) – Under the Cordovan sky, Wild love, etc.

Roberto Ternan

Jose Manuel de la Sota He was born in Córdoba on November 28, 1949 and died on National Route 36, Córdoba on September 15, 2018. He was an Argentine lawyer, professor and politician belonging to the Justicialista Party and later to the Renovador Front. He was one of the promoters of the self-proclaimed “Peronist renewal” movement in the 1980s. He was a national deputy for Córdoba, ambassador to Brazil, national senator and three times governor of Córdoba.

He died in a car accident on National Route 36, after the truck in which he was traveling hit a truck in the back.

The death of José Manuel De la Sota: historical funeral procession

September 15, 2013 deceased Luis Angel Paredes , in the town of San Salvador, Province of Jujuy. Singer and violinist, of Jujuy origin.

In the 1980s, he joined the ranks of the folk group “Los Carabajal”, he was also part of Los Changos and later formed his own group. He died at the age of 57 from respiratory disease.

Los Changos – Ya No Venras

Turns 49: Letizia Ortiz Rocasolano Born in Oviedo on September 15, 1972, she is the queen consort of Spain by her marriage to King Felipe VI. His eldest daughter, Leonor, Princess of Asturias, is the first in line of succession to the throne, followed by her second-born, Sofía, Infanta of Spain.

Before her marriage, Letizia worked as a journalist and worked in several newspapers and television networks, being the presenter of the Spanish Television Newscast until a few months before marrying the then Prince Felipe, on May 22, 2004.

The story behind the myth – Letizia Ortiz

Olga Ferri Born on September 20, 1928 and died in Buenos Aires on September 15, 2012, she was an Argentine dancer of international relevance who for decades was the first figure of the ballet at the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, along with Esmeralda Agoglia, María Ruanova, Violeta Janeiro and the ill-fated Norma Fontenla, was a member of the notable group of first dancers of the Buenos Aires theater of the 50-70s.

Olga Ferri tribute

Antonio Carrizo, born as Antonio Carrozzi in General Villegas, Buenos Aires on September 15, 1926 and died in Buenos Aires on January 1, 2016, was an Argentine journalist, broadcaster and entertainer.

In addition, he was one of the bibliophiles who was linked to the Colombo printing press, where special editions of works such as Don Segundo Sombra were prepared almost by hand; Also, along with other experts such as Horacio Jorge Becco or Alejandro Vaccaro, he was probably one of the greatest connoisseurs of the work of Jorge Luis Borges.

On the other hand, and as a chess practitioner, he was linked with other great exponents such as world champion Bobby Fischer. He was President of the Argentine Chess Federation.

Antonio Carrizo talks about the beginning of the Argentine radio station 1993

Also celebrated on International Lymphoma Day, to inform and raise awareness about this disease of the lymphatic system, one of the least known types of cancer that has grown the most in incidence worldwide.

LYMPHOMATE – World Lymphoma Day 2018

In 1949 he died in the city of Buenos Aires Adelia María Hilarios de Olmos, at 84 years old. Wife of Ambrosio Olmos, governor of the province of Córdoba between 1886 and 1888. After being widowed, she dedicated herself to charitable works. A town in the Río Cuarto department bears his name. He was born in the Federal Capital on June 16, 1865. (Source: Esteban Domina)


Jean Renoir Born in Paris on September 15, 1894 and died in Beverly Hills on February 12, 1979, he was a French film director, screenwriter and actor. He was the second son of the famous impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir.

His films, for decades misunderstood in their true dimension, have long been seen as key works in the development of the history of French cinema between 1930 and 1950, before the Nouvelle vague began in France. The influence on the cinema of François Truffaut, among others, is especially notable,

Some of his titles: The river; Elena and the men; This land is mine; The rules of the game of which it is interesting to hear this explanation:

Film Library, Themes of Cinema – Pompadour “The Rule of the Game” (1939)

Oriana Fallaci Born in Florence on June 29, 1929 and died on September 15, 2006, she was an Italian activist, writer and journalist. She was the first Italian woman to be a war correspondent. As the writer of twelve books, she sold twenty million copies worldwide; As a journalist he gained great international prestige especially for his interviews with famous people. In 2007, as a dedication, the Quadronno Crivelli public park in the center of Milan was renamed Giardino Oriana Fallaci (Oriana Fallaci Garden)

Oriana Fallaci: doing journalism from the resistance – UNAM Global

Bill Evans Born in Plainfield, New Jersey, United States on August 16, 1929 and died in New York on September 15, 1980, he was an American jazz pianist and composer. His work encompasses cool, post-bop and modal music. He is considered one of the most important jazz pianists in history. His influence can be seen in numerous pianists such as Brad Mehldau, Chick Corea, Keith Jarrett and Herbie Hancock.

Bill Evans – Waltz For Debby

He is 44 years old. Edward Thomas Hardy; Tom Hardy, was born on September 15, 1977 in Hammersmith, London. British film, television and stage actor and film producer.

Some of his film works: The Revenant, The Origin, Venom, Marvel company character, Locke.

On television: Taboo and Peaky Blinders.

Hardy is a philanthropist, vegan and active in the Animal Liberation Movement and various charities, he was made a Knight of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire and named the most beloved British actor by the 21st century public.

He has performed in British and American theaters between 2003 and 2010 and for this he earned a nomination for the Laurence Olivier Award. He is mentioned as a possible successor to Daniel Craig in the James Bond character.

Masterful images of his intervention as Alfie Solomns in Peaky Blinders …


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