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13:08

What to do

Twenty years of culture

Jennie Rhodes

Nerja Cultural Centre is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a number of special events throughout May. INFORMATION What. Nerja Cultural Centre 20th anniversary events Where. Nerja Cultural Centre and other locations. Further information. www

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

13:12

Gibraltar

Tourist Board shortlisted for Travel Bulletin Star Awards for culture and heritage

D. B.

...will be placing their votes over the next three weeks, and the winner will be announced in September. Tourism minister Gilbert Licudi says the nomination is the culmination of the Gibraltar - A Year of Culture campaign. It promotes different ... elements of Gibraltar's diverse heritage and culture and appeals to those interested in cultural heritage themes such as art, music and history in addition to the Rock's more traditional attractions.

19:21

Local

Malaga metro works can carry on despite archaeological remains

IGNACIO LILLO

The Junta de Andalucía's ministry for Culture, responsible for overseeing the protection of historical sites, has said that work on the new stretch of metro line in Malaga city can continue. It follows the recent significant discovery of the ruins

10:27

Local

Alhaurín man first Spaniard to be "Living Legend" in Louisiana for Cajun cultural work

FERNANDO TORRES

A historian from Alhaurín de la Torre has become the first Spaniard to be named a "Living Legend" for his research into the unique Cajun culture in the southern US state of Louisiana. Before José Manuel de Molina began his work, the influence of ... Malaga in the culture of the Deep South was largely forgotten. However, research using old documents led De Molina to discover colonists from the area. In reward for his work in helping understand the Arcadian and Cajun culture, he was given his award by

14:54

LifeStyle

A fusion of two ancient cultures

TONY BRYANT

25 recordings and a string of hit dance spectaculars under his belt, the multifaceted artist has always had the desire to blend multiple cultures. The show, which has already secured the support of the prestigious flamenco dance museum in Seville

13:36

What to do

Culture in the Campo

DEBBIE BARTLETT

Art lovers should make a note in their diaries: the picturesque village of Jimena de la Frontera, in Cadiz province, is holding its annual Open Studios event from 20 to 27 October. DETAILS When: 20 to 27 October. Where: Jimena de la Frontera. Th

17:36

LifeStyle

'We are more vulnerable and people want to make money out of that'

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...useless. In general we have little scientific culture and that makes it easy for us to fall for scams. Some don't cost much, like the antibacterial ballpoint pens, although this is a virus, not a bacteria, or the mattresses with silver nanoparticles, which

12:55

LifeStyle

Summer heat in the galleries

Rachel Haynes

The summer is the perfect opportunity for residents as well as visitors to soak up not just the sun, but also the culture. Malaga’s art galleries and museums have put the city in the forefront in recent years, filling columns in travel and art

13:19

Gibraltar

Gibraltar artist accepted for Royal Academy exhibition

Debbie Bartlett

...and events in the UK in recent years. The Gibraltar government’s Ministry of Culture will be assisting him with funds towards the cost of transporting the artwork to the UK for the Royal Academy exhibition.