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March 24th Newsletter

The greatest foe to art is luxury, art cannot live in its atmosphere. (1)

We suffered two highs and a low in sport last week. Sadly Monaco FC retired from the UEFA Europa League following a 1-1 draw against Braga on Thursday. However the team made up for it with a 3-0 win on Sunday over the mighty Paris Saint-Germain. But best news of all was Charles Leclerc's victory in the Bahrain Grand Prix, the first race of the season.

We're currently in the middle of Ocean Week, which ends on Saturday. In the interest of raising awareness of the need to protect marine environments, there are a few events open to the public, including the Northbound photo and picture exhibition. Also, this morning a group called Let's Free the SEA is organising a collection of floating rubbish, departing from Larvotto Beach at 11:00. Contact valentina[at]letsfreethesea.com if you're interested.

The Government's Administration des Domaines is auctioning off a number of vehicles: five 4-wheels, twenty-one 2 wheels, seventeen bicycles, and miscellaneous lost property. Check out the communique for a list and sales conditions.

And finally...

Marcel Ravin's Blue Bay has been awarded a second Michelin star, and Mauro Colagreco's Ceto at the Maybourne has gained its first. Congratulations!

What's in the diary...


Thursday: Dowdelin live.
Friday: Eugene O'Neill.
Saturday: Ambulance.
Sunday: Wozzeck.

(1) This week's quote is by British textile designer, writer, and socialist activist, William Morris, born this day 1834.

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