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18:58

LifeStyle

The cultural heart of Malaga beats again

A. J. LÓPEZ / F. GRIÑÁN

...educational and cultural activities. "With these restrictions, every visitor is an event in themselves because they are not part of a crowd. What we need to do now is actively promote the fact that Malaga is a city with quality culture, to get the cultural ... people arrived. One of them was Coloma Fuster, who told us she had gone out for a walk and couldn't resist coming in when she saw the doors were open. As Eduardo left, he said this was a good time to enjoy some extra culture. "This week, I am going to

18:07

What to do

Art, music and culture during the lockdown

Denise Bush

...and offers a chance to view the ceiling up close as well as giving the viewer tidbits of information on the history of the building and its amazing art. Heritage art Google Arts & Culture Some of the world’s most famous museums and galleries on ... with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Vimeo and TouTube. https://www.museoreinasofia.es/ Art and Culture at home Twitter A huge range of art and culture is available on Twitter. Public administrations, galleries, companies and private artists

16:11

LifeStyle

Genalguacil won't let the virus get in the way of art

Antonio Javier López

...even been included in suggestions of places to go by the Observatory of the Contemporary Culture Foundation. It is also extremely significant that such a tiny place has been able to use contemporary art as a crucial tool to prevent the depopulation

16:34

Gibraltar

Gibraltar museum's virtual Open Day was a great success

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar National Museum may have been closed, but nothing was going to stop it holding its annual Open Day and the virtual version proved a huge success. On the day its Facebook site had a reach of 15,745, which was 152 per cent up on the pr

16:48

LifeStyle

Spain, nostalgic over its bar culture

CARLOS BENITO

...seedy and cheap, with prawn shells on the floor, not the posh ones." "A bar is a symbol of the Spanish culture and has always been a place to meet up and socialise. They are also important for the economy. The unemployment figures demonstrate that, ... the rules, the sooner this situation will be over. That will be the time to start enjoying our leisure time as before in bars and restaurants, which are such an important part of our culture and the way we socialise. Their owners can hardly wait for

16:15

LifeStyle

A lifelong devotion to the performing arts and the needy

Tony Bryant

"The Welsh Society was formed to promote our culture here on the coast. We hold different functions, like St David's Day, to raise funds for our chosen charity. We like to choose charities that are close to our hearts, and these have included some very

15:01

Opinion

Love wins

REV. ADRIAN LOW

...gospel writers choose to tell the story. But we must not do that. Our culture is temporarily inverting itself. We express love, now by doing the exact opposite. We use masks, not to avoid catching something from others, but so that others can feel safer

14:57

LifeStyle

Local artists pledge to support others during Covid lockdown

Jennie Rhodes

24,000 followers. Once an artist has sold enough work to make 1,000 in their local currency, they must then purchase something from another participating artist. In an interview for Art NXT Level, Burrows explained that he wanted to form a "culture of

15:32

What to do

Artists and poets sought for online cultural programme

Tony Bryant

The Culture and Foreign Residents departments of Torremolinos town hall have launched several new initiatives for both Spanish and English-speaking residents to participate in to help relieve the boredom of the lockdown. The council's cultural

14:52

Travel

Preparing for a new era of travel and tourism

Andrew Forbes

Rosilla, provider of rural Malaga food and culture day trips and experiences, has been maintaining a positive attitude during the lockdown "by sharing recipes, food videos and menu plans with online followers and past guests". She continues, "In the near ... looks set to be the 'new normal'. Annie, of Annie B's Kitchen, also anticipates changes in booking habits for her food, wine and culture experiences. "I see my tours and classes becoming 100% private, for families, couples or friends travelling

14:52

Travel

Let’s save future travel

Andrew Forbes

...founder of Genuine Andalusia, a company that offers private tours and experiences aimed at connecting travellers with the Andalusian culture and lifestyle, food and wine, and outdoors and nature - defined by comfort, beauty and authenticity. Website. ... Rosilla.SUR La Rosilla Lynsey Drake has created La Rosilla, which showcases the lifestyle and food of rural Andalucía. Services embrace catering, private dining and events, as well as paella cooking days, gourmet days, and cooking and culture tours - it’s ... culture in the beautiful village of Vejer de la Frontera where even ‘non cooks’ are promised to have a lot of fun preparing and enjoying delicious lunches of local produce in beautiful surroundings. Website. anniebspain.com Instagram. @anniebspain

15:14

LifeStyle

When you choose to live in isolation

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

...what is the meaning of life. I think you need to create a vacuum bubble around yourself and avoid media intrusion. At the beginning of this century many Russians who had enough of living in a consumerist culture started dreaming of leading a simple

14:29

Travel

Vejer de la Frontera, the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

...know a destination than through its food? Annie has been offering food, wine and culture adventures for years. Her informal cooking school based in her beautiful and historic Vejer old town home was where it all started. You'll have a day filled with

16:59

Opinion

An opportunity for tolerance and peace

AHMED BIN MOHAMED ALJARWAN

...make new and substantial investment in public assets, especially health and public services, to empower women, encourage scientific researchers and promote more values of tolerance and peace in our cultures. This virus, bad and damaging as it is, is

18:37

LifeStyle

Women who wear grey hair and wrinkles with pride

SOLANGE VÁZQUEZ

...avoid feeling marginalised. These academics say prejudice against age is one of the last biases of our culture and is intimately linked with sexism. However, it has begun to look stale - very old and decrepit, in fact - these days, and is now, little

18:31

LifeStyle

Ideas come from isolation

jennie rhodes / tony bryant

...to take place in Malaga in May. However, Helen is making sure that members get access to culture via the internet by sharing links to museums around the world that offer virtual tours. Helen is also able to keep up with her Arabic classes through

16:24

What to do

Staircase effect

GEORGINA OLIVER

culture vultures into any of the major artistic events they had planned to throng to; instead, homebound art lovers will be searching their bookshelves for catalogues that have gathered dust, barely glanced at, because the reproductions were disappointing,

15:52

Education

Students combine language, culture and history in one visit

SUR IN ENGLISH

At the Escuela Oficial de Idiomas in Malaga, learning English isn't just a matter of studying in a classroom. The staff also organise cultural activities in English and it has become traditional to have a guided tour of the English Cemetery, like the

12:20

What to do

Concerts, talks and classes online keep confined residents busy at home

Denise Bush

...talks of ten minutes or less, all free. Another site with access to thousands of documentaries on everything from science and history to culture and lifestyle and which can be viewed on TV, phone, tablet or lap top is www.curiositystream.com. It is

18:32

Gibraltar

Gibraltar Museum now has virtual posts online

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar National Museum may have closed its doors to visitors because of the coronavirus but it is still possible for those anyone who is interested to enjoy the history, archaeology, heritage and natural history of the Rock online, thanks to i

17:32

LifeStyle

Walking in the footsteps of the Apostle of Ireland

Tony Bryant

...the Celtic culture. One of these is the International Celtic Festival (which last year coincided with St Patrick's Day), a gathering that attracted musicians and dancers from Ireland and from the local Irish community. Another is the Burn's Night ... them together. We have had many problems there and this has sometimes overshadowed our true identity: this is an opportunity to help them understand their own culture," Father Gerard concludes.

12:46

Local

Ten artists compete to win Estepona's best new mural prize

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...outdoor museum and bringing culture to the surrounding areas. After the ten artists complete their works, the Ruta de Murales Artísticos will have a total of 60 murals on display for visitors and locals to enjoy. The artists have all lived and eaten

16:05

Travel

A Chicago architectural river cruise

Andrew Forbes

...not only for its arts and music scene and cosmopolitan food culture, but also for its varied architecture. The latest trend for enjoying the city sights is to take to the water on an Architectural River Cruise, exploring the different branches of the

21:34

LifeStyle

Living under the rule of women

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

...women, the unique culture has been preserved. Even nowadays the Kihnu women proudly wear "kört" - traditional homespun woollen vertically striped skirts, as well as ornamented mittens and "troi", symbolising the ethnicity. The Kihnu women often gather

16:49

Sport

Sheikh Al-Thani's roundabout to finally be renamed

pilar r. quirós

...has been held up on various occasions but this time it seems like it will finally become a reality with councillor for Culture and Sport, Noelia Losada, promising to meet with the highways commission on 24 March to complete the process and have the

17:25

What to do

Toulouse-Lautrec and the fabulous world of the circus

SUR IN ENGLISH

Torre, last Thursday; the councillor for Culture and Sports, Noelia Losada; the artistic director of the museum, Lourdes Moreno - who is also the curator of the exhibition - and the sponsor of the exhibition, Daniel Pastor. The new temporary exhibition

17:59

Travel

Destination 2020

Andrew Forbes

...international travellers. If you like the idea of romantic colonial cities, also consider Puebla and Oaxaca, both with postcard perfect architecture and fascinating culture. They are close to the Unesco biosphere of Tehuacán-Cuicatlán, which, with its forests of ... north or south to get really immersed in the culture. The northern part of Honshü, Japan's main island, is eager to welcome back visitors, following the earthquake and tsunami of 2011. It's a land of forests and volcanos. Or travel to Kyushu, the ... stations of Tashkent; and tuck into the delicious Uzbek cuisine that reflects centuries of cultures colliding. OCTOBER Israel Lifeguard station in Tel Aviv.TOURISTISRAEL.COM The Eurovision Song Contest 2019 was hosted in Tel Aviv - just in case

15:24

What to do

A pagan festival to mark the beginning of Lent

SUR IN ENGLISH

...following Tuesday. Although Carnival probably arose from a pagan festival, it is celebrated throughout the world in mainly Catholic cultures. In Spain it is a very popular event with gaudy and ostentatious processions, satirical songs, drag queens and

13:13

LifeStyle

Malaga says 'willkommen' to German film

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

“[provincial] capital’s cosmopolitan outlook”. The head of Culture at the provincial government, Víctor González, also stressed the importance of the festival for the province’s cultural scene. The organisers’ aim, said Scheele, is for this to be the first

12:50

Sport

Marbella jiu-jitsu champion's fateful fight

Andrew Forbes

...alright for my family. I wasn't about to give up, and I wanted to get on that podium!" Born in Iran, to a German mother and Persian father, Babak took up wrestling from the age of six - a sport that is intrinsic to Persian culture, where the focus on

15:26

Travel

The eight Andalusian hotels not to be missed

Andrew Forbes

...province is rich in history, culture, architecture and has a great food scene. El Balcón de Córdoba hotel is a favourite. For one of the best views in the city, head to the rooftop terrace for a sundowner, overlooking the city's spectacular

16:03

LifeStyle

The magic of a spoon

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

There are cultures based on the fork, others on chop sticks; but every population of the world uses spoons, says Bee Wilson in her book Consider the Fork. In what is one of only a few informative works on kitchen and table utensils, Wilson also ... and celebration, the daily task of cooking in casseroles and stew pots signified the ability to transform the most humble ingredients into something wonderful. In Spanish culture spoon food is in the DNA and has always held great importance,

15:40

Gibraltar

Gibraltar Drama Festival dates announced

Debbie Bartlett

The 2020 Drama Festival will take place from Monday 16 to Friday 20 March at the John Mackintosh Hall. There will be 11 plays, and performances begin at 7pm each day. Tickets can be purchased in advance from the John Mackintosh Hall from Wednesd