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14:23

Local

Memorial plaque for Benalmádena Ombú tree poet

Tony Bryant

In a campaign to recognise celebrated writers and artists, Benalmádena town hall has honoured Pablo García Baena, a Cordoba poet who died earlier this year. Baena had lived in Benalmádena Costa for many years and was inspired to write a poem about

20:23

What to do

Cártama to relive the classic music of the 1980s

Tony Bryant

The most celebrated music of the 1980s will rock Cártama during the Noche Ochentera Festival on Saturday 4 August. The eighties night concert will bring to an end the sixth edition of the Azahar Joven summer cultural activities programme, which is ... which will perform tributes to various celebrated Spanish pop bands of the 80s. There will also be a performance by the Money Makers, one of Malaga's top cover bands. This vibrant rock band play classic pop and rock hits, including the songs of Queen,

10:37

LifeStyle

Burns Night fun on the Costa

SUR IN ENGLISH

A taste of Scottish tradition came to the Costa last Friday, 25 January, with two celebrations of Burns Night, marking poet Robert Burns' birthday. St Andrew's Chaplaincy celebrated Burns Night in true style at its community centre in

19:09

LifeStyle

A passion for a Scottish tradition on the Costa del Sol

Tony Bryant

Jorge, who both play the Asturian bagpipes; Dany, a multi-bagpiper from Uruguay; Eduardo, who also plays the violin and clarinet; and Rafa, a young, multitalented musician who descends from the celebrated Clan of El Pinini, one of the most prolific Gypsy

14:41

What to do

Malaga hosts popular tattoo convention

Tony Bryant

Malaga is fast becoming celebrated as a city famed for its art and its reputation will be boosted this weekend when the city hosts the fifth edition of the Malaga Tattoo Convention. Held in the Palacio de Ferias y Congresos in Malaga, from Friday

12:51

LifeStyle

8 March 1977: The UN day for women's rights and world peace

Debbie Bartlett

...of America and celebrated in New York on February 28, 1909. Two years later, on 19 March 1911, the first International Women's Day was marked in Austria, Denmark, Germany and Switzerland, with protesters calling for the right to vote and to hold ... public office, and against discrimination in employment. In 1914, Germany celebrated its International Women's Day on 8 March for the first time, and it was dedicated to the right to vote, although German women were not given that right for a further

15:11

LifeStyle

17 May 2005: The first International Day Against Homophobia

GEORGIE KENNY

A year-long campaign which started in 2004 resulted in the first official International Day Against Homophobia being celebrated on 17 May 2005. The date was specifically chosen to commemorate the World Health Organisation's decision in 1990 to

12:21

What to do

LGBT community in Torremolinos gears up for Wonder Gay Festival

TONY BRYANT

...club, which will host the Matrix Party. This spectacular show will feature 15 dancers and music presented by celebrated DJs, including Madrileño Sergio Tyler. The show starts at 1am and continues until 7am. The festival will wind down on Sunday

12:35

LifeStyle

A day to queue to make three wishes

sur in english

...church of Santiago in Calle Granada. Between 8am and midnight the church will be open for people to go and pay homage to the image of Christ of Medinaceli, celebrated on the first Friday on the month of March. According to tradition, devotees place three

13:32

Local

"Women are more understanding and tolerant than men"

Originally from St Petersburg, 61-year-old Irina Donskaia believes that Women's Day should be celebrated in a big way as it is in Russia. However after 23 years in Spain she has come to see the need for the day to represent a fight for rights and