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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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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