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19:26

LifeStyle

Hispanic Day, a celebration of what?

Tony Bryant

October 12th, Día de la Hispanidad or Hispanic Day, is a national holiday in Spain that commemorates the exact date when Christopher Columbus first set foot in the Americas in 1492. Also known as Columbus Day or 'Día del Descubrimiento', Hispanic ... Indigenous Resistance in Venezuela. Remains of an empire “Hispanic” refers to the descendants of nations that emerged from the Spanish Empire, a family comprising 400 million people who are united by the common bonds of culture, language and history. ... King Felipe IV watches troops march during the military parade in Madrid in 2017.AFP Hispanic Day is one of Spain's biggest national holidays and events are broadcast on national television and radio. The King of Spain supervises the raising of the

19:34

Travel

Miami vibe

Andrew Forbes

...specialities. Without walls Miami has had a strong Hispanic influence since the era of the Cuban revolution, and now the city has emerged as a thriving international business and cultural hub for ambitious people, many from the Spanish-speaking world, who ... hundreds of thousands of additional Cuban refugees in the US, changing the demographics of Miami forever, and beginning its transformation into what is now a growing metropolis where more than 70 per cent of residents are Hispanic. Many have origins from ... example; reggaetón, merengue and salsa spill out from bars and passing cars, sounds that are now part of mainstream popular culture. Miami bites Miami's transition from a relatively small South Florida city to a multicultural, predominantly Hispanic

20:32

LifeStyle

Hispanic Day, a celebration of what?

Tony Bryant

12 October, Día de la Hispanidad or Hispanic Day, is a national holiday in Spain that commemorates the exact date when Christopher Columbus first set foot in the Americas in 1492. Also known as Columbus Day or Día del Descubrimiento, Hispanic Day ... Resistance in Venezuela. Remains of an empire “Hispanic” refers to the descendants of nations that emerged from the Spanish Empire, a family comprising 400 million people who are united by the common bonds of culture, language and history. Hispanic Day ... celebrations that take place throughout the rest of the country. The holiday is also known as the Día del Pilar, as Roman Catholics commemorate the day of Our Lady of the Pillar, who is the patron of the Spanish Guardia Civil and of the Hispanic world.

13:59

What to do

Art inspired by María Zambrano

Antonio Javier López

...collection that was unveiled last week in the Centre of Hispanic-Moroccan Studies in Malaga. Six artists were chosen by the curator, María Bueno, to display works based around Zambrano's most famous work, 'Algunas Lugares de la Pintura'. “María Zambrano is

14:46

What to do

Torremolinos makes use of fairground to host live music

Tony Bryant

...frontman of the Amargo Grupo Flamenco Carlos Bravo will close the cycle with his tribute to Hispanic artistes Luis Miguel, Bruno Mars, Niña Pastori and La Susi. Prior reservation will be necessary and should be made by sending an e-mail to

20:51

National

Tougher lockdown in Madrid is illegal says regional court

SUR

...people in Madrid not to leave the region and to exercise caution over the upcoming long weekend for the October 12 Hispanic Day celebrations, which this year have been severely curtailed. Despite disagreeing with national government’s new rules last

11:48

National

Parachutist collides with lamppost at parade

SUR

An expert military parachutist was comforted by the royal family at last Saturday's Hispanic Day parade in Madrid. Minutes earlier he had failed to land just in front of the stand of dignitaries after jumping with the unfurled Spanish flag, a

19:05

What to do

Exhibitions and art shows currently on along the Costa del Sol and inland

Denise Bush

...artist Charo Carrera. Egeria (Etheria or Aetheria) was a Hispanic aristocrat whose letters to friends telling of her trips around the world are some of the earliest of their kind, written in the fourth century. A fragment of her ‘Itinerarium ad Loca

16:23

Local

Spreading the wisdom of Buddha

sur

Association of Karma Kagyu and The Hispanic Association of Buddhism, it was the first time a meeting of this nature has taken place in Spain.

14:09

National

Ex-footballer Michael Robinson presented with award in Madrid

lucy newby

The British Hispanic Foundation in Madrid, dedicated to promoting relations between Spanish and British society, has recently presented the Amigo de Honor award to Brit Michael Robinson. Each year the foundation recognises people, of both Spanish

12:48

LifeStyle

Local poet shines light on the 'marvels' of Benalmádena

Tony Bryant

Benalmádena". The 700-page book is styled on a modern-day Romeo and Juliet. Marcos gained a degree in English Philology from the University of Malaga and he now works as an English teacher. He belongs to the Hispanic Writers Union (UHE), and he is a member of

13:32

What to do

What To Do, music, art and theatre events around the province

Denise Bush

...friends. Charo Carrera Malaga. Until 22 October. Sala Alfajar, C/Císter. El Legado de Egeria (The Legacy of Egeria) is an exhibition by artist Charo Carrera. Egeria (Etheria or Aetheria) was a Hispanic aristocrat whose letters to friends telling

13:34

Local

British Ambassador to be honoured at annual provincial awards

A.M. ROMERO

Diputación, Elías Bendodo, highlighted that this autumn Malaga will host the 30th annual Hispanic-British forum, drawing representatives from both countries' business and political communities to discuss bilateral relations. The award will be given to Manley

13:29

LifeStyle

The refreshing Valencian drink that took Madrid by storm

A. VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

Many Spaniards will remember drinking glasses of chilled Valencian tiger nut milk during the summers of their childhood. The refreshing drink perpetuates a unique Hispanic tradition that became a national symbol and summer obsession. It was Jaime

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

13:36

Local

Malaga mourns academic and politician Antonio Garrido

ANTONIO M. ROMERO

...and politics. He was born in 1954 and his first job as a school teacher was in Canillas de Aceituno. With a PhD in Hispanic Philology, he went on to become a Professor in Spanish Language and Literature. He played a part in the creation of the

11:45

LifeStyle

12 January 1591: Birth of 17th century baroque artist, Jusepe de Ribera

TONY BRYANT

...the poor young art student drawing frescoes on a Roman palace. Ribera is said to have rejected the offer of the cardinal's support, claiming he needed the stimulus of necessity in order to produce his art. He remained fiercely proud of his Hispanic

11:50

What to do

Toral unpacks his case at home

Antonio Javier López

...says. Those steps have taken Toral to the Pompidou Centre in Paris, the Reina Sofía National Art Centre in Madrid, the Guggenheim in New York and the Hispanic Society, among many others, and now, 40 years after his last exhibition in his hometown,