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17:37

LifeStyle

A space for creative expression in a former olive mill

Jennie Rhodes

...members because that is how we are planning to fund the space and the work that we need to do it," he told SUR in English. Anyone can become a member and membership is just 30 euros a year, or visitors can pay a day membership rate of 2.50 euros. At

17:31

Opinion

A sporting lesson

Rachel Haynes

Readers will by now have noticed the image of a jubilant sports team on the cover of this edition of SUR in English. Some may understandably have questioned the choice of front page photo-story: a team celebrating a win in a handball competition.

09:58

What to do

Live concerts and dance, lectures and other events around the province

denise bush

Lux Mundi Ecumenical Centre, Avda Moscatel. Coffee mornings with coffee, tea or fruit juice with a piece of cake. A boutique with a range of new and nearly new clothing and accessories and also a wide stock of second hand English books. Donations of

00:11

LifeStyle

2 April 1940: Lorca’s Poet in New York is first published

David Balmer

...censorship. Lorca arrived in New York in 1929 to study English for the summer at Columbia University. A year earlier, he had won critical acclaim for his book of poetry, Gypsy Ballads, in which he conveyed the rich culture of Andalucía. However, his ... to flee Spain, taking the manuscript with him. It was eventually published in Mexico and the United States on 2 April 1940. American poet Rolfe Humphries translated the work into English. Lorca’s work remained highly censored throughout the Franco

00:01

LifeStyle

Documenting the live music scene on the Costa del Sol

Tony Bryant

...thing to take their picture, but it's important to get to know the person behind the music," James tells SUR in English. His catalogue doesn't only include pop concerts, for James has snapped everything from opera and flamenco to drag queens and Celtic

23:50

LifeStyle

Established British author and short story writer publishes latest novel

Tony Bryant

English, and then became a teacher and lecturer. In 2012, after several years working in Mexico, the USA and Edinburgh, Robert decided to spend the winter months in Spain, renting a house at Lauro Golf, near Alhaurín El Grande. He now divides his time

21:05

LifeStyle

Spanish 'Katiuskas' turn 90 years old

alekk m. saanders

English nobles wore the same military style riding boots but with polished leather and ornamental tassels. One of them, the Duke of Wellington, asked his shoemaker in London to modify the Hessian boots by fabricating them in soft calfskin leather, removing ... the trim, and reducing the height to fit more closely around the leg. Eventually, the boot was dubbed the 'Wellington' and the name has stuck in the English language ever since. In the middle of the 19th century, Wellington boots started being made ... Britain and around the world, especially in English-speaking countries. Nowadays we can see rubber boots on the catwalks - from knee-high chunky Wellington boots by Versace to rubber ankle boots by Christian Dior or Prada's chunky tread soles in playful

20:59

Local

'Stolpersteine' to commemorate victims of Nazis from Cártama

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

The Abindarráez cultural association has brought the German Stolpersteine project to Cártama. Meaning 'stumbling blocks' in English, and they commemorate those deported and killed by the Nazis. This is the first time the monuments, which have

20:50

LifeStyle

A pathway for the British, along the edge of a gorge

VANESSA MELGAR

There are two places in Ronda which are dedicated to the English and have become famous: the Camino Inglés and Paseo de los Ingleses, the first of which led to the creation of the second. The Camino Inglés was a railway line, built to enable ... who lived there for a while. Before the hotel, with its typically English architecture, was inaugurated, which is believed to have been in 1909, the British company asked Ronda council to improve the access to it, because it was in very bad