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17:42

Opinion

Garbage control

PETER HARRISON

...made this likely. Broken glass, pieces of iron and wire, open tins and other harmful items... I recall we once rescued an abandoned dog with a severe gash across her muzzle which had been probably caused when she struggled in desperation with an

20:13

LifeStyle

A celebration of G&T and its Andalusian connections

Alekk M. Saanders

Izaguirre settled in the village of Carmona not far from Seville and created a series of spirits distilled in copper stills using traditional methods and the water from Roman-era natural subterranean springs. Balloon glasses Spaniards are said to be ... the largest drinkers of gin in Europe. They are also known for their preference to drink gin and tonic in a special glass – 'Copa de Balon' or balloon glass. The design dates back to the 1700s. The large round glass on a stem serves two purposes. ... Firstly, it holds a lot more ice. Secondly, the stem gives you a place to hold the glass without warming the contents thereby melting the ice and diluting the drink. A Copa de Balon is recognised as perfect for drinking gin and tonics, much better than a

15:31

What to do

Marilyn Manson's Malaga show

Antonio Javier López

"Time flies when you're having fun". Photographer Ralph John Perou - or somebody who says he is him, because he appears in a face mask, dark glasses and a hat - shares with us his two decades of experiences working with Marilyn Manson in a video. He

17:10

What to do

Music, dance, theatre performances and lectures around the province

Denise Bush

NovemberVarious bars and restaurants. The tapas route offers a tapa and a ‘caña’ (small glass of beer), soft drink or glass of wine for 2.50 euros. For a list of the 48 participating venues and more information go to: http://www.torremolinos.es/ Diver

13:48

Opinion

Sneezy like a Monday morning

Peter Edgerton

...were a father and daughter and, coming in the opposite direction, a dumpy little chap wearing glasses and sporting what our Spanish friends call 'una cara de pocos amigos' (the face of a man with few friends). We were all wearing our masks, including

19:16

Opinion

Crispiness is king

ANDREW J. LINN

...crisps on the sales charts. We have all noticed food is getting crispier. Restaurant menus use the word 'kristal', associating a brittle sound and taste with walking on broken glass, and we can buy kristal picos (extra crunchy breadsticks). The best

16:39

Travel

Getting to know the neighbours

ANDREW FORBES

...extravagant glass windows. The streets hidden behind are humble but now filled with interesting shops and market stalls selling more than you can imagine, from Portuguese towels and linens, traditional cataplana cooking pans, to even singing pet canaries.