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16:56

Travel

Where nature rules

Mark Nayler

culture; or leave for the German-speaking Third Reich. World War Two prevented the complete implementation of this initiative, but South Tyroleans still say that it left a divisive legacy. Evidence of this mixed heritage is plentiful. Until it joins the

11:44

Local

Tourism promotion innovations go from big data to art and culture

P. M. / P. L. G.

The annual World Travel Market is an event where trends are set in terms of the tourism industry. This year the Costa del Sol hopes to improve the focus of its tourism promotion thanks to a more precise tourist profile provided by big data, through a

13:55

Local

Archaeological dig set to get under way in Malaga's Plaza de la Merced

JESÚS HINOJOSA

The demolition of the derelict Astoria and Victoria cinemas in Malaga's picturesque Plaza de la Merced, where Picasso's birthplace is, is now complete. The large plot of land that has opened up new views of the Moorish Alcazaba to tourists is being p

17:28

What to do

Orientalism recovers its splendour at the Thyssen

REGINA SOTORRÍO

Carmen Thyssen, and also present were the mayor of Malaga, Francisco de la Torre; councillor for Culture Noelia Losada; and representatives of CaixaBank (Gerardo Cuartero) and Fundación La Caixa (Juan Carlos Barroso), the sponsors. Baroness Thyssen

17:23

What to do

A return to Malaga 22 years after the exhibition organised by SUR

Antonio Javier López

"It was curated by Francisco Parauta, who had the idea of putting the greys upstairs, nearer the sky, and the colours on the ground floor, nearer the earth and nature". "I really like Malaga. It's a lovely city," Scully said at the CAC Malaga duri

13:08

Local

Regional budget for 2020 includes funds for city's new hospital as well as roads around the province

ANTONIO M. ROMERO

...euros. North Malaga sewage works: 10 million euros. Culture Picasso Museum: 4.7 million. Antequera Dolmens (museum construction and activities): 726,000 euros. Trinidad Convent, Malaga: 69,000 euros. Malaga City Orchestra: 2.6 million. ... the city and towns in the Guadalhorce valley. Another four million has been set aside for the treatment plant at Valle de Abdalajís. In the culture section, Malaga's Picasso museum gets 4.7 million euros, while the Fine Arts and Archaeological

16:23

LifeStyle

"I was always the nominee; it has taken me 40 years to receive an award like Cannes"

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

...that's great because there are things to do. There is a commitment to culture and a wave to surf and you can't surf with words, you have to do it with action. You have to take a step forward. Is the Teatro del Soho Caixabank the project you dreamed of? ... soon. Setting up a theatre where everything is privately funded and there is not a single euro of public money is very complicated. Culture in Spain receives a lot of support from the State and that is all very good, we're not against that. The model for ... the Teatro del Soho Caixabank comes from American culture and there, the State doesn't support culture. Broadway, like Hollywood, is an absolutely private world and the competition is extremely strong. That has given certain results, which you might

14:56

What to do

Yunquera festival to promote local wine and chestnuts

Tony Bryant

...and Yunquera demonstrates a long food-producing history and a culture that encompasses this tradition. The event will highlight other local specialties, like malcocinao, a hearty stew made with chickpeas, bacon, tripe, chorizo and black pudding.

17:47

Opinion

Saying sorry

REV ADRIAN LOW

...will take a long time. Bluster, blame and bombastic bad-language just make things worse. Deep in the culture of the UK and of Spain are the words of sorry in the Lord's Prayer: Forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us.

17:59

Opinion

Jime Dine, from the heart

georgina oliver

The bathrobes, which have made him a household name - or almost - are not an allusion to popular culture. They are wearer-less metaphors, "a kind of transition from body to object". As for his hearts (closer to abstract expressionism than Milton

14:40

Travel

48 hours in Melilla

Ash Bolton

...centuries by the various cultures that settled here. The tour is only in Spanish, but even if you only speak English, it's still worth doing as there is plenty to see. The caves lead to a cliff face, where you can walk down some narrow stairs to a secret ... place to be seen in Melilla. Moroccan influence Although Melilla is staunchly Spanish, there were hints of Moroccan culture everywhere. Plenty of locals were dressed in typical Moroccan dress and were just as likely to be seen drinking mint tea as a

14:47

LifeStyle

U3A pupils keep minds sharp with an eclectic mix of activities in Fuengirola

CHARLOTTE WAY

...it or lose it," Barry chuckles, while Sue reassures me that the group does not quite attempt the contorted poses of those supple gods and goddesses we see on the internet, before disarming me with a quick: "But we can aspire". Spanish culture ... Immersion in Spanish culture is also high on U3A's list of priorities - at least that is the excuse I am given by the 'Foodies' group which meets monthly. Veronica Wallis, Publicity Officer, excitedly tells me of an upcoming excursion to the Museum of

14:46

LifeStyle

Peppers, from fire to sweetness

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

Africa. None of these culinary cultures would be recognisable today without the hollow berries of Capsicum, a genus in the Solanaceae family which now has more than 200 varieties, both sweet and spicy, and is used fresh or dry or as a condiment throughout

14:12

Sport

The Barça way

Rob Palmer

...graduates of La Masia, the club's renowned academy. It looked like it would be world domination for years to come. I noticed that an author released a book about the DNA of Barcelona, A Winning Culture, with the blurb promising "key principles that have

11:06

LifeStyle

Art and fun on the Costa

JANE NORRIE

...enjoy a dancing display at the Andalusian School of Riding while the other two societies will focus on the life and times of the Phoenicians. So as autumn advances there is no need to fret. A whole new world of culture and friendship awaits you.

10:55

LifeStyle

A timely excuse to celebrate a local writer in Malaga

Jennie Rhodes

...recognised for his writing and influence on Hispanic culture. In 1919, at the age of 62, Rueda returned to Malaga. He had spent a number of years living in Alicante after the death of his mother, which is said to have provoked a "personal crisis" for the

17:37

What to do

Excitement as the Cirque du Soleil comes to town

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...talked to SUR while dressed in their devil costumes next to the Pompidou cube, where they were met by the mayor of Malaga, Francisco de la Torre, and the councillor for Culture, Noelia Losada, before starting the tourist route through the city. Also

14:24

Opinion

War of the rosés

ANDREW J. LINN

culture rather than an essential feature. At least that is the macho view..... WINE OF THE WEEK Los Aguilares Pinot Noir What other wine could feature here this week other than the world-beater from Ronda? The excellent Pinot Noir from Cortijo

13:18

National

Extremadura boasts its own Stonehenge

MIGUEL ÁNGEL MARCOS

...stones could be carefully studied by historians, geologists and archaeologists. It will fall on the Ministry of Culture, whose employees are already studying the case, to make the decision, before the autumn rains seal the monument's fate. In the

11:52

LifeStyle

Drying; making food immortal

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...culinary cultures, sometimes complemented by salting or smoking processes to sterilise the food surface. In the Andalusian Mediterranean region, fish (including octopus), fruits (raisins, figs, peaches and apricots), vegetables (peppers and tomato) and ... and new aromas derived from chemical processes during the process. In Asian culinary cultures dried tuna flakes (Japanese katsuobushi, fermentated and smoked before drying) or dried shrimp, scallops or oysters are the basis for many dishes.

10:44

Gibraltar

Gibraltar, red, white and proud as always on National Day

Debbie Bartlett

...being part of the unique Gibraltarian community. It is a day of partying and politics, which is organised by the Self-Determination For Gibraltar Group (SDGG) with the government's Culture ministry, and it marks the anniversary of Gibraltar's first

16:08

What to do

Luna Mora: a fusion of Andalusian cultures in Guaro

Tony Bryant

Thousands of candles will illuminate the streets of Guaro this weekend as the town celebrates its popular Luna Mora Festival, an event that promotes the gastronomic, cultural and musical traditions that have formed Andalucía's colourful history. T

12:40

National

Doll created in the likeness of Leonor

ALAIN MATEOS

Spain. It has been produced by two young Russians who love Spanish culture and have experience in creating dolls based on famous people. Ever since she was born, Leonor de Borbón y Ortiz, the king and queen's elder daughter, has been the focus of

11:53

LifeStyle

Star chef Alcayde makes mouths water at Starlite, Marbella

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

...gastronomic section. Richard Alcayde took the reins as executive chef of Starlite. The Starlite restaurant adopted the 'buffet' style of service, including dishes from all cultures. "The objective was to achieve a very visual buffet, which would be a trip

11:19

What to do

The Irish International Music Festival returns to Marbella

ASH BOLTON

...celebration of Irish, Spanish and international culture. We also aim to integrate ourselves with the people of Marbella. "Our goal is to give the Irish a reason to come out and enjoy themselves, but also to get all the nationalities and the cultures here to

15:19

Opinion

Candy floss

Jennie Rhodes

...saying, "It leaves them ill-prepared for relationships in the adult world and the nation with a cadre of leaders who perpetuate a culture of elitism, bullying and misogyny affecting the whole of society." Sound familiar? How the other half live. The

13:23

Local

Frigiliana celebrates its three cultures in one festival

Eugenio Cabezas

The fourteenth Festival de las Tres Culturas, celebrating Jewish, Muslim and Christian cultures, started in Frigiliana last Thursday with a vibrant street procession. The event continued over the weekend and attracted over 40,000 people. The

11:15

Opinion

The magic key

ANDREW J. LINN

In most wine-producing cultures, the age of a particular red wine is a key element that usually decides its price. There may be differences of opinion about whether a wine could be or could have been at its best, or even past its best, but these are

13:24

Sport

Far-reaching problems

Rob Palmer

...enviable identity. It's amazing to discover that the modern reality is that the system is malfunctioning, the conveyor belt of talent is broken and the recruitment policy is ridiculously haphazard. In a world of blame culture, the easy target is coach

12:32

Opinion

Traditions or torment?

Debbie Bartlett

culture," is my favourite, usually from Brits who drink and dance for a while and then return to homes where they can't hear a manic DJ blasting out headbanging rhythms as loudly as if he were standing at the foot of the bed. Dangerously loud music is not a

14:31

LifeStyle

Bullfighting season: the moral question

MARK NAYLER

...really make up your mind about the corrida, you have to see one. But before you do, it's better if you acquaint yourself with the world of the bulls - with its "delicate and superstitious atmosphere" (as Kennedy puts it), its place in Spanish culture and

19:22

Local

Malaga's monuments could bring in more than a million euros a year under a new initiative

Antonio Javier López

The Andalusian government's Ministry of Culture has opened a can of worms this summer. Earlier this month the Culture Minister, Patricia del Pozo, announced that her department is looking at the money raised from sales of tickets to museums and ... both in Ronda, will be considered as part of the study. According to data collected by the Ministry of Culture in 2018, fewer than ten per cent of visitors (9.11 per cent, to be exact) come from countries outside the European Union and therefore have ... the archaeological sites and Arab baths in Ronda, the introduction of a general 1.50 euro entrance fee would bring in annual incomes of 22,000 and 92,000 euros respectively. If the strategy being considered by the Andalusian Minister of Culture goes