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22:02

Opinion

Soft sell

Peter Edgerton

...haven't had a CD player since 1998. The whole situation is compounded by the fact that many people are quite happy to listen to music on their mobile telephones, a practice which results in anything being played - from Mozart to McCartney - sounding like

21:53

Opinion

Anyone for soup?

ANDREW J. LINN

Are you a soup person? There are people who like, even adore, soup, and there are those who would not care if they never saw a plate again for the rest of their lives. But while accepting that soup is liquid food, can it ever be as exciting as ... mean that the hosts are not keen either. Eastern European 'soups' are thicker and meatier than the classic more liquidy versions, and, rather like Spain's satisfying 'sopa de pescado' (fish soup), are actually broths containing vegetables, potatoes

14:49

Sport

Countdown begins to the Copa de la Reina final in Malaga

MARINA RIVAS

It's not going to be done in the way we had planned, but it will still go ahead thanks to all of our efforts. Events like this motivate us to continue working for women's equality." Rubiales concluded the event by highlighting the involvement of the

16:39

LifeStyle

A century of Malaga's most historical café

JUAN SOTO

...was fed up with having to re-do coffees because the clients always wanted a bit more than he gave them. They would, for example, ask for more milk, or say they wanted their coffee stronger. "At that time people didn't like spending their money and

14:16

Local

Jet2.com again delays the restart of Costa del Sol flights

Pilar Martínez

...that for customers who will be traveling from 15 April onwards, more updates will be provided when appropriate, adding, "We would like to thank our valued customers for their patience and understanding." Package holidays The airline, which also

09:59

National

The Junta's committee of experts to review Covid restriction measures

JOSÉ LUIS PIEDRA

...the Junta, Juan Marín, also said, "The downward trend in incidence is good news, but it is not happening at the rate we would like." Hospital pressure due to the pandemic’s third wave remains high with 4,491 people admitted and, of those, 719 are in

17:59

LifeStyle

Stripping the veneer off 'expat' life

Jennie Rhodes

...hosts a weekly Desert Island Discs-style show for a Barcelona based radio station. The book has been co-written by 10 women who have left their native countries to start new lives abroad. "I'm not great at not being busy, I like being busy," the

20:39

Local

Malaga could receive first megayachts to revamped port area this June

ignacio lillo

...and waste water. Then two small breakwaters will be created - one close to the lighthouse and the other near to the Palmeral de las Sorpresas wave-like structure. Neither will affect the turning circle of the Melilla ferries (popularly known as El

15:26

Opinion

Organised chaos

Peter Edgerton

...one of those obsessively orderly people who insist on having everything in their cutlery drawer in alphabetical order, nor do you want to hurtle through your days like a bull in a china shop, lurching from one disaster to another. Currently, since ... situation much, just relocate the chaos to a more specific area. No, something more modern and imaginative would need to be employed - something like a web page, for example. So that's it, I'm currently building a website, spending my days hunting down ... long lost songs, quizzes, poems, articles scribblings and things, wherever they may lie and then painstakingly making them more presentable before transferring them to the site. It's laborious but strangely gratifying work, like piecing snapshots of

15:24

Opinion

This year's victims

Rachel Haynes

...outside a hospital or a care home has seen it yet (apart from a few queue-jumping officials) and to add another natural phenomenon to the list, Granada, just down the road, has been shaken by literally dozens of small earthquakes. It's almost like a

15:12

Opinion

Chain reactions

GEORGINA OLIVER

...mid-March, Portuguese artist Pedro "Cabrita" Reis's curiosity cabinet-like display is a celebration of inspirational serendipity, a jazz funeral for "The Way We Were" and "Where We Once Belonged". In the coronavirus-free world, our senses were exposed to a ... international artist like Barceló and an emerging talent like María are equally essential.

14:50

Sport

A staggering sum of money

Rob Palmer

It's a moral dilemma, we don't want to delve into the pay packet of Lionel Messi, but it is human instinct to have a little peek. The newspaper El Mundo led with a headline that just looked like a random set of nine numbers this week -

12:41

Local

Sunflower effect campaign pays off for Cudeca

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

The pandemic has had a devastating effect on the finances and the services provided by many health care organisations and this has led to some, like the Cudeca Foundation, having to find other ways of raising money. In Cudeca's case, it needed funds

21:16

LifeStyle

The uniting powers of herring

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

like it because they have something similar. In the Nordic countries, for example, herring flavoured with mustard or onion is eaten with dark rye bread, crisp bread, as well as sour cream, or potatoes. Sure, many people have bought the typical Swedish

14:24

Travel

The insider guide to Gran Canaria

Andrew Forbes

With 236 km of coastline and 60 km of beaches, the sandy shores of Gran Canaria are without doubt the island’s biggest draw. To access uncrowded and unspoilt natural beaches like Güi Güi, you can also take an excursion with CanariasGay. Skipper and host

14:24

Travel

Gran Canaria, a continent in miniature

Andrew Forbes

...historic rural villages like Agüimes. Within half an hour of arrival, I was mooching around the restored old town, a collection of narrow stone-cobbled streets lined with traditional Canarian whitewashed homes with distinctive wooden balconies, and dark ... predominantly nudist and LGBT+ friendly - it has a relaxed vibe. There are plenty of well-marked hiking routes. A. Forbes Then of course there are those Maspalomas sand dunes. It really is like being in a scene from Lawrence of Arabia. Understandably the ... and delicate flowers, shaded by rare laurel forests, pines and chestnut trees. The air is often damp and humid, the weather changing rapidly in the winter months from bright sunshine to light rain. It was like being in northern Europe. The outskirts

16:15

Local

The street is the new stage for Costa del Sol singer

REGINA SOTORRÍO

It's Monday, 10.30am. Suzette Moncrief does her vocal exercises. She's about to set off for work. Today it is the promenade at Carihuela. Like every Monday and Friday, she will take out her speaker, set up her microphone and start to sing. The ... to difficult situations: "I am from New York, I was born in 1968, a black woman, the daughter of a public schoolteacher." Tears The street has given her some lessons that she will not forget. Like when a homeless person gave her fifteen cents with

13:16

LifeStyle

What really causes erectile dysfunction?

ELENA MARTÍN

...so if they do happen to you it is like a blot on your masculinity. That's why many men prefer to keep quiet about it," says Eduardo García Cruz, an andrologist, urologist and an expert in sexual health with more than 15 years' experience in this

15:21

Opinion

Mariano's vaccine

IGNACIO LILLO

like it, which is, basically, when they haven't got a higher bidder. If we had backed our own vaccine from the start we would have given priority to the domestic market and we could be vaccinating people at a rate of knots. Of course, though, then

15:19

Opinion

Syncing feeling

Peter Edgerton

...few cats, possibly involved in dance routines. To be honest, I got a bit bored reading about it all and certainly wasn't tempted to actually have a look at any of the content. I've better things to do, you see, like sprawl on the sofa, staring blankly ... shanty, not a tribute to The Jam's lead singer. Do keep up.) I did watch a bit of that and it sounded very much like most things you'd hear at a Tuesday night folk club somewhere. Still, Nathan caught the zeitgeist and has two or three million views,

15:10

LifeStyle

Revealing the ups and downs of a pickled past

Tony Bryant

...to a good social life, but were confined to their homes. That began the episodes of A Pickled Past, a chronicle of my life from 1939 until 2020," Val says. Val, who still possesses a strong Welsh accent, had never attempted a project like this, and

14:15

Sport

New beginnings

Rob Palmer

...valuable game time. It's a little like Dani Ceballos who made a similar move, although he's only started half of the games this season. Willian José's career path is quite a contrast. The Brazilian started at a small Uruguayan club, Deportivo Maldonado, ... follow a similar unfulfilled path of someone like Joe Cole who never reached the heights expected when he was a talented teenager.

13:27

What to do

Barceló at the Picasso Museum

Antonio Javier López

Picasso in Paris. "My work is nearly always more than it seems, and so is the material it is made with," says Barceló, who has previously said that what he creates with clay is like "a caricature of painting," a type of "joke" he plays upon himself and his

19:53

LifeStyle

The glamour of the revolutionaries

Isabel Ibáñez

...after Amelia Bloomer, suffragette and magazine editor, who made them popular. She defended dressing like this due to being faced with another kind of abomination; hoop skirts, a system of wires to keep skirts flared which caused falls and serious burns ... pointed breasts like missiles which ended upbeing popular with soldiers, used to be a "symbol of the liberation of female sexuality". Castelló places their origin in the 19th century, when 'burlesque' actresses, "scantily clad dancers, promoted themselves ... They were proud and knew their worth. They just wore what they wore'." The 'beatnik' movement also had an impact on young women, with its tendency towards cynicism and existentialist philosophy and jazz, explains Castelló. They wore, like men, black

13:38

Sport

The magic of the Copas

Rob Palmer

...who ticked every box for cup clichés. Hosted by a Segunda B side, taken to extra time, the matchwinner is the fantastically named Juanan Casanova. It doesn't stop there. Alcoyano ended up with ten players as Real threw on superstar super-subs like

13:20

Opinion

In the shadows

Mark Nayler

...figures. Like Juan Carlos, Villarejo's fall from grace over the last few years has been swift and brutal: once a lauded policeman, who won his first medal in the 1970s for helping to combat ETA, he subsequently worked in the shadows for Spain's political

13:18

Opinion

The tooth hurts

Peter Edgerton

...he wants to sell. Nothing hurt very much, but I'll never forget the crunching sounds that rattled around my head, like an over zealous insect diner enjoying a feast of cornflakes and crisps within the confines of my cerebral cortex. Not to worry, ... He showed me the end result on a screen above me, and then, bizarrely, asked me if I'd like to keep the tooth. Er, no, thanks. What kind of weirdo takes the thing home? Where would you keep it? On the mantelpiece next to the under-fourteens Lancashire

13:15

Opinion

Unsettling times

TXEMA MARTÍN

...the lack of brouhaha was not due to the pandemic, but to the rebellion. The seizure of the Capitol was very serious, even if to us it seemed like a parade of rednecks and brainless numpties, of whom there are always too many and never too few. The ... signing pardons and then flew on Air Force One to his Palm Beach mansion, which is a bit like Florida's version of Benidorm. Meanwhile, on social media, the inauguration gathered pace as Twitter gave the official account of the President of the United ... save the world. But let's not kid ourselves: the fact that Biden is demonstrably better than Trump doesn't mean he's any good either. He does at least have a modicum of intelligence and looks like he will be a much more decent president - but that's not