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15:58

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11 September 1714: Catalonia's National Day, with a chequered past

Debbie Bartlett

It is known as La Diada, the National Day of Catalonia, and nowadays it is a day-long festival which is celebrated enthusiastically on 11 September every year, but it has had a very chequered history. It originated as a commemoration of the ... the Generalitat, declared it an official event. However, after Franco won the Civil War in 1939 it was banned once again although some people still celebrated it secretly. After Franco's death, it was celebrated publicly for the first time again on

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Celebrated chamber music quartet comes to Marbella

Tony Bryant

The celebrated Sinoidal Ensemble saxophone quartet will play two concerts on the Costa del Sol later this month. Organised by Marbella-based Project Music, the classical music events will take place in the D-Wine restaurant in Marbella on Wednesday

15:08

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10 April 1908: Birth of Malaga singer Miguel de Molina

Tony Bryant

Born in Malaga on 10 April 1908, Miguel Frías de Molina, artistically known as Miguel de Molina, was a Spanish 'copla' singer and actor who made his name in the 'tablaos' (flamenco clubs) and theatres of Madrid during the early 1930s. His big break c

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Celebrated Swiss pianist offers recital in Torremolinos bullring

TONY BRYANT

The celebrated Swiss pianist and composer, David Gómez, who is currently touring Spain with his '1 Piano and 200 Candles' show, will stop off to perform in the bullring in Torremolinos on Thursday 8 August. The 44-year-old pianist will offer a

13:09

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21 February 1980: 100 British couples become Costa celebrities

WILLIAM HOLMES

On 21 February 1980 a casual observer at Malaga Airport might have been forgiven for thinking that the British prime minister or an 80s pop star had arrived. Instead there were 200 British tourists. That morning, 50 British couples celebrating thei

13:38

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26 July 1875: The birth of celebrated poet Antonio Machado

TONY BRYANT

Antonio Machado Ruiz was a Spanish poet and one of the leading figures of the literary movement known as the Generation of '98. Son of the celebrated Spanish folklorist Demófilo, Machado was born in Seville on 26 July 1875, one year after his

21:16

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One day - different views

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

Not everywhere in the world women will celebrate International Women's Day by demonstrating in the streets and calling for greater equality. In some countries the day has lost its political flavour. This Sunday on the Costa del Sol, where dozens of n

13:41

Local

Lorca's Nerja summer house on the market for three million euros

Eugenio Cabezas

A house in Calle Carabeo in Nerja, where the celebrated Granada poet Federico García Lorca spent his summers during the 1920s and 30s, is up for sale. Three of his nieces who inherited the property from their mother have put it on the market for

15:51

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Light the light for Cudeca

SUR IN ENGLISH

Every year the Cudeca Foundation celebrates Christmas with 'Light a Light' in memory of loved ones. INFORMATION When. 13 December, from 6pm. Where. Cudeca Cancer Hospice, Avda del Cosmos, Arroyo de la Miel. More information. www.cudeca.org Du

11:47

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Jewellers Gómez y Molina celebrate their golden anniversary in Marbella

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

Five decades ago Antonia Molina and Miguel Gómez began a business venture which has become one of the best known luxury firms on the Costa del Sol, the jewellers Gómez y Molina. Over 150 guests attended the gala dinner organised by the family of je

14:25

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28 August 1565: Spanish conquerors sight land off America

Jennie Rhodes

Augustine in the name of the king of Spain and in honour of the saint whose feast day is celebrated on 28 August. Menéndez de Avilés, who had been appointed pioneer and governor by King Philip II, set sail from Cadiz on 29 June that year. Around one

12:02

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La Cala Resort turns 30

PILAR MARTÍNEZ

La Cala Resort, Spain's largest golf complex and benchmark for golfing enthusiasts, celebrated its 30th birthday on Saturday. Festivities included a tournament and dinner in which golf professionals and authorities alike shared anecdotes of the

12:24

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Guardia Civil celebrate 175 years of service

F. TORRES.

Guardia Civil officers based in Malaga polished their boots and their three-sided hats on Tuesday for the celebrations to mark the 175th anniversary of the armed force. As well as highlighting the values of the force, special mention was given to t

12:11

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Global festive customs celebrated in Benalmádena

sur

The ninth Festival of Christmas Traditions took place in Arroyo de la Miel, Benlmádena, last Saturday. Organised by Benalmádena council's Foreign Residents Department, the event was a celebration of the diversity of the municipality, with presenta

12:53

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Folklore and gastronomy of Argentina celebrated in Torremolinos

Tony Bryant

The Argentinian community of the Costa del Sol celebrated the Fiesta Gaucha in Torremolinos last weekend. The three-day festival, which promoted the folklore, music and gastronomy of Argentina, was organised by Torremolinos town hall. Held in the

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Jet2 to reach 1 m annual passengers at Malaga

P. M.

Airline Jet2 will reach the one million annual passengers mark at Malaga Airport for the first time this year. Last week the airline celebrated the fifth anniversary of its Belfast to Malaga route by offering passengers returning to Northern

16:09

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Traditional song and dance at two-day flamenco festival

Tony Bryant

...with a lineup of artists that includes the celebrated Chato de Malaga, an old-school style singer from Granada who has lived in Malaga for many years. Also on the bill is one of Malaga's top female singers, Rocío Alcalà. This popular singer has

13:06

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English cemetery hosts tribute to British writer John Ruskin

LIZ PARRY

The bicentenary of the British writer, art critic and social thinker John Ruskin was celebrated at the English Cemetery last weekend with a talk entitled "Ruskin, a Man for all Seasons" by Andrés Arenas and the vice-president of the English Cemetery

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

Tony Bryant What Happened today?

Born in Tarazona in Aragón on 9 March 1888, Raquel Meller was a celebrated vaudeville performer who appeared in several films and toured extensively throughout Europe and America. Christened Francisca (Paca) Marqués López, the popular actress, ... seamstress in a dressmaker's shop. She was a keen singer by the age of 13 and her voice attracted crowds of people while she sang as she worked. One in particular was Marta Oliver, a celebrated singer who nurtured the talents of the young hopeful. She made

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A night of old-fashioned, stomping blues and boogie

Tony Bryant

Stompers Jump Review, the Costa del Sol's most-celebrated blues outfit. Formed in 2014, the band performs a selection of old-fashioned blues and boogie, and they quickly acquired a reputation for their incredible stage presence and musicianship on the

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Recreating the vibes of Camarón de la Isla and Paco de Lucía

Tony Bryant

Flamenco enthusiasts can enjoy a free concert by the popular local trio, Chanela, which takes place in Torremolinos today, Friday. Chanela consists of three celebrated flamenco musicians: Antonio Soto, one of the most respected guitarists in

12:53

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Sea Life takes the oceans to Malaga's children's hospital

SUR IN ENGLISH

Children at Malaga's Hospital Materno Infantil have enjoyed a variety of surprises recently on their rooftop play terrace provide by Sea Life Benalmádena: new games has been added; they watched a performance by the magician Serapín; and they have bee

11:37

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Many reasons to be cheerful on the Costa

SUR IN ENGLISH

...helped to raise 3,440 euros. At the end of the day, cheques were presented to PAWS and The Royal British Legion. ICE ICE turns 30 Members of ICE (International Club of Estepona) celebrated 30 years at a special party held at Finca Monesterio in San

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Classical pianist in Cártama

Tony Bryant

The 44-year-old pianist, David Gómez, who is currently touring Spain with his '1 Piano and 200 Candles' show, will offer a recital of the music of Chopin, Lecuona and Piazzolla, as well as some his own compositions. The concert will be performed on t

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'La Niña' reaches fifty

TONY BRYANT

An exhibition that charts the career of Malaga-born sculptor, Jaime Pimentel, is currently on show at the Centro de Exposiciones in Benalmádena Costa. The exhibition, which is free, features a collection of 20 of the sculptor's most celebrated

15:49

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25 years of Lux Mundi Torre del Mar

Jennie Rhodes

Volunteers from Lux Mundi Torre del Mar and Fuengirola met at the Santa Rosa hotel in El Morche, Torrox, on Wednesday for their annual lunch. This year it was the turn of the East of Malaga centre to host the event, coinciding with the silver anniver

16:58

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Esteemed Finnish choir announces winter concerts in Malaga

Tony Bryant

Male Choir) and the Suomen Laulu mixed choir. Laulu-Miehet premiered Finnish composer Jean Sibelius's celebrated Jäger March on 8 December 1917; just two days after Finland declared its independence from Russia. The choir was also the first to

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Short and sweet

FERNANDO ALONSO

Sunday 8 April 1787, Easter Sunday. British traveller Joseph Townsend is watching attentively as Mass is celebrated in the recently completed cathedral in Malaga. Amid the incense, organ music and ceremony, a well-mannered young man approaches him

13:04

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Ten years at the service of the province

FERNANDO TORRES

In March 2008 it was decided that the structure of public safety in Malaga should change. The province's Fire Prevention, Extinction and Rescue Service, which until then had been provided by different consortiums in Antequera, Ronda and the western a

10:09

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28 December 1981: The Day of the Holy Innocents was reinstated

georgie kenny

After being halted for several decades due to the Civil War and the turbulent times that followed, on 28 December 1981 the Day of the Holy Innocents or 'El día de los Santos Inocentes' was celebrated once again in the Alicante town of Ibi. The ... babies murdered by Herod went to heaven as the first Christian martyrs. Much like April Fools, celebrated in the UK and United States, the Day of the Holy Innocents is a day of practical jokes and fun, with the prankster yelling out '¡Inocente,

11:27

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Thanksgiving and autumnal fun

SUR IN ENGLISH

Age Concern New branch for Age Concern The executive committee of the new Marbella and San Pedro branch of Age Concern Age Concern, with president Tom Burns, last week made an official visit to San Pedro district town hall to be introduced to th

12:56

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The Cómpeta Art Walk celebrates its tenth edition

MARLENE WÖRNER

The programme for the Cómpeta Art Walk was broader than ever this year as the event celebrated its tenth anniversary. For four days, the whole village was in the spirit of art with events taking place around every corner. At 19 locations in the

13:03

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Freakcon exceeds expectations

JON SEDANO

It's a sure sign that an event is going to be a success if your 17-year-old neighbour leaves their house on Saturday morning dressed as a Ghostbuster, with their dad carrying a proton pack. They don't celebrate Carnival, nor any costume-based festiva

13:52

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Clubs entertain for Valentine's, art and education

SUR IN ENGLISH society scene

...guests of the Coín branch of the Royal British Legion celebrated Valentine's Day with a dinner dance at La Tavola by Miky restaurant last Friday. The event, with entertainment by Lesley Harrison and Alicia Lane, raised 304 euros for the 2018 Poppy