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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

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

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

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

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

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

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