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12:57

What to do

The Russian Museum shows a taste for realism

Antonio Javier López

...months of being closed due to the health crisis. It is also showing exhibitions about Andrèi Tarkovsky and Russian silent film. Iconic Russian red As is usually the case with the annual exhibitions, the first room is painted in iconic red and on this

16:04

Opinion

Dead grateful

Peter Edgerton

Back in the dim and distant days when children used to actually play together, there was a lad at our school who would bring a ball in every day to be booted about the yard at dinner time. Games were improvised and unwieldy, involving up to twenty ... day, and with no prior warning, Jonesy stopped bringing his ball in, mumbling something about his mum and a rucksack that nobody understood and, well, that was that, a no-ball situation. Incredibly, a lot of the lads stopped speaking to him as a ... that it's an opportune moment to start complaining about noise emanating from our terrace. Now, I'm not sure if there's an annual prize for the quietest pub terrace in the world but if there is I'm sure we would win it hands down. Every day for five

15:59

Opinion

Restaurants as law enforcers

ANDREW J. LINN

If this were not a column dedicated to the pleasures of the table, it might be possible to ignore the Covid-19 debate and write about cheerier matters. But there is not a country in which the restaurant business has come through intact (except ... Colorado a diner shot the cook who insisted he wear a mask. Restaurants have to enforce the law, unfair as that may be, and for every customer not wearing a mask they are fined $1,000. It is hard to get used to being ordered about by people to whom

15:53

Sport

The supply teacher

Rob Palmer

It's quite a contrast to a cool January day when he heard about Barcelona's interest as he walked through a serene field in the company of cows. Now he's running with a bunch of angry bulls in the intense heat of July.

20:35

LifeStyle

People smoked considerably more during the lockdown period

Ángel Escalera

...just experienced with the coronavirus lockdown. A survey into tobacco consumption which was carried out by the online platform Top Doctors, which provides information about the best medical specialists in the private health sector, shows that as many

17:23

What to do

What's On: music and culture around Malaga province

...silent films have become universal icons over time. The second exhibition is about Andrèi Tarkovsky, one of the most influential Russian artists of the 20th century. He was the forerunner of innovative techniques in the cinema of the time, refining ... about the circus. These works were conserved after his death by his friend Maurice Joyant and reproduced in two stages using a photographic technique in 1905 and 1931. The reproductions were bound in two folders entitled Au Cirque. Thirty-nine prints of

20:50

Travel

Hidden Andalucía, the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

This summer, take a fresh look at southern Spain, taking the road less travelled, discovering fascinating, uncrowded destinations. Osuna - Seville province The Petra of Andalucía About 90 kilometres south-east of Seville city, just off the ... the only one open to the public. Although visitors only have about a minute or so to be partially inside the geode, it is really worth the visit! The 90-minute guided (pre-bookable) tour takes one through the narrow tunnels of the mine (once used for

15:20

Local

Marbella's pandemic past is uncovered

Héctor Barbotta

Work on the foundations of the old La Fonda hotel and restaurant in Marbella Old Town, which is being restored, has uncovered remains which may provide previously unknown information about the town's history. These include the walls of the old San

15:04

Opinion

Anyone for tapas?

ANDREW J. LINN

Tapas as we know them today have only been around for about 50 years... and the way of serving and charging for them varies considerably. The traditional version of how they got their name springs from the probable myth that King Ferdinand was