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17:45

LifeStyle

12 May 1930: Jesús Franco is born

Tony Bryant what happened today?

Born in Malaga on 12 May 1930, Jesús 'Jess' Franco Manera was a Spanish film director, writer, composer and cinematographer. He wrote and directed more than 160 motion pictures in his lifetime, encompassing a wide variety of genres. Franco began

16:24

LifeStyle

Ángeles Santos: A short brush with the avant-garde

m. eugenia merelo

...collection, caused a sensation, so much so that in 1930, aged 19, a room was dedicated exclusively to her. In the 1930s she exhibited in Copenhagen, Paris and even Pittsburgh. In 1936, she married painter Emilio Grau Sala, who had to go into exile. “And then ... it all stopped. Her important work is all from 1928 to 1930, even though she lived to the age of 102. Sometimes the modern, the avant-garde, only lasts for a short while,” explains José.

14:08

What to do

American roots music festival returns to Benalmádena

Tony Bryant

...scene. Their repertoire, described as "hellraising rock and roll", is a mix of well-known hits and their own compositions. One of Spain's top rockabilly bands, The Trouper's Swing Band will perform classic rock and roll hits from the 1930s to the 50s.

11:50

LifeStyle

6 September 2009: Malaga's first international air show

Jennie Rhodes

...muggy" and many people watched the show from the sea, which was the "only cool place to be". Mayor of Malaga, Francisco de la Torre, told SUR that he had read that such events "took place in Malaga in the 1930s" and that he was "very happy that they had

15:36

Opinion

Too perverse for words

GEORGINA OLIVER

...established values. Gradually, astride of the 1920s and 1930s, female empowerment emerged. The third and final part of this 71-work world-class display spotlights the 'New Woman' of which Coco Chanel is an archetypal symbol. To list the big names

13:19

What to do

A musical reunion in one of Malaga's most tranquil spots

Jennie Rhodes

...a Teckler violin from 1724, while John's cello is a rare Guanarius from 1694. They explain that it belonged to the principal cellist of the Berlin Philharmonic in the 1920s and 1930s. "During the war he lost his position on account of being half

09:56

Travel

The insider guide to Havana

Andrew Forbes

Habana - the city’s finest example of Catalan modernist architecture - as well as being steps away from the legendary bar La Floridita. Hotel Nacional de Cuba This 1930s hotel is probably the most iconic of Cuba. Found in El Vedado, the wealthier

14:38

LifeStyle

10 MAY 1936 Azaña is elected president of the Republic

Jennie Rhodes

...of prime minister from 1931 until 1933, when his party, Acción Republicana, won elections following the resignation of dictator, Miguel Primo de Rivera. By 1930, Primo de Rivera had lost the support of the king (Alfonso XIII) and the armed forces and

12:49

LifeStyle

Spanish history from a female perspective

JENNIE RHODES

...cigarettes smoked in the 1930s and uniforms of waiters in cafés at that time, as well as details about the way in which malnourished babies were looked after in 20th century Spain. She also explains how she needed to write the story of Consuelo from a

14:31

Local

La Malagueta bullring restoration brings back original brick façade

ANTONIO M. ROMERO

...venue, opened in 1876, for use for cultural events and shows year-round, and not just for bullfights. Initially restorers had planned to keep the white facing, which was added in the late 1930s, but hadn't realised how easy it would be to remove it and

13:35

Local

"As a fifties housewife I never felt unequal"

Born in 1930, June Rendle points out that Western women have been "liberated" for many years. "I believe that women have ensured that they are no longer treated as being 'special', in need of a seat on a train, of walking on the inside on a

18:24

LifeStyle

From Malaga to London with Kazimir Malevich

Jennie Rhodes

...he went to see the "Revolution" exhibition at the Royal Academy in London, which was showing Russian art from 1917 until the 1930 and included a section devoted to Malevich. "The collection represented Malevich's manifesto of 'Suprematism' of which he

13:30

Travel

Big Sur, the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

...in the 1930s by the Post family, it has been a regular stop for visitors and residents. Enjoy an espresso or stay for a signature wood-fired pizza or sample the menu of homemade dishes. BigSurBakery.com The Sur House Big Sur is all about ... award-winning restaurant, originally created by Englishwoman Barbara Blake in the 1930s, has a charming interior cluttered with antiques and collectables, offering a cosy setting for a menu that includes local meat, vegan and vegetarian dishes as well as the

21:39

LifeStyle

Following in Norman Bethune's footsteps

Daryl Finch

...heading." Spain preceded China, he says. "Norman first came to Motril in the 1930s but then returned years later given his sensitivity to political causes. He saw the Spanish Civil War as 'the' fight against fascism at that time and wanted to make a

11:29

LifeStyle

30 NOVEMBER 2000: Elche palm grove became a World Heritage Site

Debbie Bartlett

...a candelabra, and it was dedicated to her. In the 1920s the authorities realised that the palm grove needed some sort of protection, and the first regulations of this type were introduced in the 1930s. However, it was not until 1986 that the

17:03

LifeStyle

Malevich at the Russian Museum

Antonio Javier López

...time. Like other Russian and contemporary artists, Malevich later moved on to the postulates of the triumphant Bolshevik revolution and from the 1920s and 1930s he cultivated a type of art which was more accessible for ordinary people. His pictures ... portraits painted by Malevich on his journey to an almost Renaissance style, in the mid-1930s. However, he became increasingly isolated, under pressure to take a direction he didn't feel was his own, and that is when he painted landscapes with solitary

18:57

Opinion

Digging deep

Mark Nayler

Spanish Falange in 1933 (his father Miguel Primo de Rivera, Spain's military dictator between 1923 and 1930, is remembered by a grand statue in the centre of Jerez de la Frontera). Franco's and Rivera's graves are the only ones visible in the Valley of

13:34

Travel

On the road in California's Big Sur

Andrew Forbes

1930s, everything was to change in 2017, when devastating landslides caused part of the highway in the southern part of Big Sur to be buried by falling earth and rock, cutting off rural communities and closing the route to traffic. Almost eighteen months

16:24

LifeStyle

Unica Zürn: Anagrammatic poetry and suicide

m. eugenia merelo

...father was a soldier and her mother a writer. They divorced in 1930, their house was sold and Unica had to go out to work. She married in 1942 but later divorced, leaving her two children with their father. She survived by writing for the radio and the

19:27

LifeStyle

10 August 1974: Spain lifts ban on women bullfighters

Rachel Haynes

Sisters, Enriqueta and Amalia Almenara, whose father ran a bullfighting school in Perpignan, earned a name for themselves in bullrings around the country in the late 1930s. During the same period, Juanita Cruz demonstrated her skills in Spain, until the

11:34

Opinion

Unwinnable wars

ANDREW J. LINN

...products from the EU, Canada, China and Mexico, among others. "Trade wars are not bad," he commented, apparently forgetting - if he ever knew - that when the US did the same thing in 1930 with 20,000 imported items, the producing countries took

17:56

Sport

You get what you pay for

Rob Palmer

...club's La Liga history. No team has managed to go unbeaten in a twenty team-division; only Athletic Bilbao and Real Madrid in a 36-game season back in the 1930s. They're actually following the vision of Real Madrid's Florentino Pérez when he announced

19:37

Local

Sharing in the spirit of women's day

JENNIE RHODES / RACHEL HAYNES / Georgie Kenny

...assault and more education, specifically in schools and about consent are needed, Nolwenn says. “As a fifties housewife I never felt unequal” June Rendle. June Rendle | Actress Born in 1930, June Rendle points out that Western women have been

15:31

What to do

The Pompidou unveils its new collection with a look at modern ideas of Utopia

Antonio javier lópez

...art and the avant-garde. The colourful ‘Rhythm, Joie de Vivre’ by Robert Delaunay (1930) sets the stage for the rest of the exhibition: large-size works with an optimistic content. Others include ‘Summer Entertainment’ (1934) by André Masson and Pablo ... ‘[Sensation of Danger] The Running Man’ (1930-31) by Kazimir Malevich and ‘The Fall of Icarus’ (1974-77) by Marc Chagall, before moving on to more contemporary artists such as Erik Bulatov and his ‘Spring in a Workers’ Rest House’ (1988), ‘Final Summer’ (2002) ... by the Swiss architect for the Tiergarten in Berlin has influenced the video called ‘This ‘Development in Brown’ (1933) by Vassily Kandinksy, beside Malevichi’s ‘[Feeling of danger]’ (1930-31).S. Salas Is No Time For Dreaming’ (2004) by Pierre

14:23

LifeStyle

Malaga's links with famous Irish nationals

Tony Bryant malaga

Institute in Madrid, was seduced by Spain. One of his most famous works, Spanish Raggle-Taggle, is based on his travels through Spain during the 1930s. Robert Boyd is probably one of the most popular Irish heroes connected with Spain. Boyd was one of

14:01

LifeStyle

9 March 1888: Birth of one of Spain's most celebrated vaudeville performers

Tony Bryant What Happened today?

...tune to his 1931 movie, City Lights. Meller faded from public view during the late 1930s, although she hit the headlines several years later after Spanish senator, Emilio Junoy, accused her of betraying Mata Hari to the French police in an apparent

18:14

Opinion

Can you credit it?

Mark Nayler

...the worst global recession since the 1930s, now known as the Great Recession. Part of this worldwide meltdown was the European debt crisis, which in turn led to the collapse of Spain's banking sector. Nominally at least, two of the three big ratings

16:04

What to do

The evolution of tourism

Tony Bryant

‘Spain for You’ reveals the history and evolution of tourism from the 1930s until the present day. Life-size caricatures of stereotypical European tourists and characters connected with the tourist industry, painted by Spanish humorist Máximo, are on

16:34

Local

George Michael's guitar to be moved to MIMMA museum

REGINA SOTORRÍO

1930s, 1940s and 1950s, has been kept in a glass case in the municipal Youth Department since it was given to the city by Michael, and will be the focus of a series of activities before it is moved to the museum. One of these activities will take place

11:13

LifeStyle

What life was like in Franco's women's prison in Malaga

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...well-known for calling for equality and high levels of independence until well into the 1930s. Those advances regressed under the narrow Francoist morality, which demanded submission to masculine wishes, as reported in publications from the Women's Section

15:46

LifeStyle

"It's tough being a black female in the music industry"

REGINA SOTORRÍO / MADDY HAY

...started from when I began to write You & I." She also remembers listening to Nina Simone as a child, tap dancing around her living room. "I tried to kind of imagine [who I was] and I realised that I was probably from the 1930s, Charleston dancing or

17:27

LifeStyle

The birth of writer Miguel de Unamuno

Tony Bryant 29 september 1864

France, living in Paris for one year. He then moved to Hendaye, a border town in the French Basque Country, in order to be as close to Spain as possible. Unamuno returned to Spain after the fall of General Primo de Rivera's dictatorship in 1930 and

12:06

LifeStyle

A story of migration

Jennie Rhodes

...migration related to Spain,” explains Sonia, whose grandmother, Rosa, now 101, is originally from Las Palmas. As a young girl Sonia explains that her family emigrated to Morocco and later, during the 1930s, Rosa went to live in France. “That is how my family

12:01

What to do

Socialist realism at the Russian Museum

Antonio Javier López

...luminous pictures by Yermoliaev had the same result as the 'black paintings' by Samuil Adlivankin: ostracism. Adlivankin produced the dark scenes of 'Closing the gap' (1930) and 'At the headquarters of the kolkhoz before embarking on the fight to fulfil the

15:37

Opinion

IS THE EURO REALLY THE DEUTSCHMARK?

JEREMY BLATCH

...the ashes of communism after reunification with the East. Etched into the Bundesbank DNA was the vow never again to return to the inflation that ravaged the 1930s when a million Marks bought 1 US Dollar. Germany today has the largest current account

15:19

LifeStyle

The postcard, a relic of a bygone era?

Tony Bryant

In the early 1930s, the saucy cartoon-style postcards became popular. These were often suggestive in nature, making use of innuendo and featuring stereotypical characters such as vicars, large-bosomed ladies and hen-pecked husbands. In the early

13:19

What to do

A week of music and culture

Denise Bush

Fuengirola. Tel. 952 19 86 00. Silence: 19.10 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story: 19.20 (Tues) Passenger: 17.50 Sing: 16.45 (Tues) Assassin’s Creed: 19.30 (Tues) La La Land: 12.20, 16.40, 18.00 (every day); 20.00, 22.30 (Mon, Tues, Thurs) Hacksaw ... 16.40 (Tue) Underworld Blood Wars: 16.25 (Tue) Collateral Beauty: 22.25 (Tue) Passengers: 16.00 (Tue) Assassin’s Creed: 19.30 (Tue) Sing: 16.05 (Tue) It’s Only the End of the World: 21.30, 00.00 (every day) Yelmo Cines, Plaza Mayor