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Sara Baras brings 'Shadows' to Malaga

TONY BRYANT/FERNANDO TORRES Malaga.

Sara Baras during a performance of 'Sombras', Malaga.

In an interview with SUR earlier this week, the dancer claimed that so many things, both good and bad, have happened to her in the last twenty years and the new show will focus on this journey

Essential tax advice at SUR seminar in Mijas

Rachel Haynes

Pedro Fernández. :: sur

Pedro Fernández, partner at Garrigues the leading Spanish law firm, will be speaking at the Linea Directa and SUR in English Essential Expat Advice Seminar in the Salón de Actos in La Cala de Mijas town hall on 22 November at 12 noon

a look at la liga

Zidane needs a miracle

Rob Palmer

Gareth Bale.
REUTERS

The manager of Real Madrid may have worked wonders in the past but he needs to perform some magic to stop a disastrous end to the year

Crowds turned up for the funeral in the church in La Trinidad on Sunday.
Crowds turned up for the funeral in the church in La Trinidad on Sunday. Álvaro Cabrera

Malaga loses a comedy genius

SUR MALAGA.

Comedian and flamenco artist Chiquito de la Calzada, died last weekend, aged 85

THE EURO ZONE

A return to normality

MARK NAYLER

Mark Nayler

Spanish prime minister Mariano Rajoy has asked Catalans to “restore normality” in the regional election he has called for December 21st

Literary gastronomy

A. J. LINN

How things have changed, albeit slowly...

Power dangers

Peter Edgerton

The word 'power' has appeared consistently in the press recently whether it be related to a sad assortment of Hollywood sleaze buckets or to embarrassingly inept attempts at regional independence much closer to home

A load of bull

MARK NAYLER

Mark Nayler

In response to a letter sent by a reader named John Fitzgerald that contained some entirely unsubstantiated claims about the modern Spanish bullfight

Two daughters and two granddaughters with the letter.
Two daughters and two granddaughters with the letter. sur

Love letter returned to family after 74 years

EUGENIO CABEZAS VÉLEZ-MÁLAGA

Rafael Fernández explained to Carmen Díaz that he was planning to escape from a Malaga barracks by pretending to have appendicitis

We're not the only ones in the world

Rachel Haynes

Rachel Haynes

Figures are rising but the external conditions that have favoured the Costa del Sol in the past few years are only temporary