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13:06

LifeStyle

Urban art brings warmth to Soho

JUAN SOTO

However, when Estrella and her daughter began, they had no idea that yarn bombing was so popular. "We decided to do it after a girl from a photography college showed us some photos, and we thought how nice it would be to do something like that," they say.

13:02

LifeStyle

Wellness, at home and away

Andrew Forbes

...expect calorie-limiting, pared-back meals. Instead, Reyes believes a healthy, stable weight comes from eating fresh, predominantly vegetarian foods. Each meal starts with a cleansing, digestive-friendly infusion based on natural spices like turmeric.

10:22

Local

Yellow alert: Heavy rain returns to Malaga and Costa del Sol

IGNACIO LILLO

...so it could leave a thin white blanket on the peaks of the Sierra de las Nieves and Tejeda-Almijara. On Thursday and Friday little rain will fall on the coast and, heading into the weekend, temperatures will rise significantly with early spring-like

14:29

Gibraltar

Gib police officer celebrates raising over £7,000 climbing steps

Ash Bolton

English: "I felt extremely proud when I finished the challenge. "The aim of the challenge was to raise a minimum of £5,000 to split between two charities, and we've smashed that. "It feels great and I'd like to thank everyone that joined me and

14:21

Opinion

Reading festival

Peter Edgerton

...pages of text, searching for the most interesting articles, occasionally stumbling on a hidden gem, before skipping the economy section in search of something less mind numbing, like the weather. Reading on a tablet or - heaven forfend - a phone just

14:21

Opinion

Better than last?

Rachel Haynes

...this new, more contagious, strain has been labelled the "British" variant. The Brits argue that it's just because their laboratories are better and identified it faster. Just like the "Spanish" flu then, which, more than a hundred years ago, got its ... organisation improve. First though, as we wait for enough people to be vaccinated to allow us to go outside and celebrate properly, it looks like we're in for another stint of lockdown in some shape or form, or at least more restrictions on our movements.

14:20

Opinion

Cryptocurrencies and Bitcoin: folly or future?

JEREMY BLATCH (jb@ehh.gi)

...deflationary. No one could have assured us several years ago, that we would be making free telephone calls across the world via the internet. Like gold, Bitcoin may make the investment case as a hedge against the devaluation of Fiat paper currency and loss of

13:51

LifeStyle

Eldevenir, the latest addition to the local contemporary art scene

Antonio Javier López

It sounds like a very simple thing to do, but in fact it is radical, even revolutionary. Because in the midst of a health and economic crisis, the true dimensions of which are still barely known, with the uncertainty of what lies ahead in the short ... gallery and she explains her general strategy: "You need to have very good communication, professionalism and good collaborations. This is a time when the galleries should be joining forces and all pulling together, like a rowing team". But is it so ... easy to all pull together and row against the current of the ongoing crisis and a general sense of dejection? "You mean because this is a difficult sector?" muses María Rosa. "But they are all difficult. Every Monday I have felt like dropping out of

13:31

Local

'It would be absolutely tragic if the Salón Varietés had to close'

Tony Bryant

However, it is not just the rent, because there are obviously lots of overheads, like standing charges for electricity, water, and general maintenance. This means we incur costs while having no incoming funds. Do you receive any income from the bar? Not

13:26

Local

'We're outraged': Protesters condemn the acid attack on two young women

FERNANDO TORRES / áLVARO FRÍAS / JUAN CANO

...her life. The town's mayor, José María García, said, "It was a delusional episode, an absolute outrage." A neighbour of Sandra, who prefers to remain anonymous, spoke to SUR after the final applause. "Who can do something like this? She is a

12:29

Local

'In Malaga we spend more in bars and restaurants than on the home - but that's changing now'

DARYL FINCH / JUAN SOTO

...for 12 hours every day! Did you run out of stock of many items? Certainly. What's extremely challenging in a big international company like IKEA is that we're reliant on a supply chain and supply chains don't react very well to panic breaks and ... second chance. Shopping in IKEA seems easier these days. Before it felt like you were trapped in a maze. Is this a deliberate change? It's a big store here - 23,500 square metres and there are 10,000 article numbers so to have the necessary stock you

12:21

Sport

All a distant memory

Rob Palmer

"embrace" would become a dirty word. In the press box, we were giving each other ample space, jokingly avoiding the customary handshake and coughing politely into our elbows. The pandemic was something happening elsewhere. It was like a hurricane hitting

12:15

LifeStyle

Hearts that lose their rhythm

ELENA MARTÍN

...been classified as enemies of the heart. That was exactly the reason for José Luis' arrhythmia. "When I thought about it afterwards, I was very stressed at work and that, combined with high-resistance sport, was like a bomb as far as my heart was ... includes walking for an hour, swimming or doing cardio exercise like dancing or aerobics. Sleep for 8 hours Insomnia. Possible heart attacks People who have difficulty sleeping are 45% more at risk of having a heart attack, according to a study by

11:32

Local

Ronda nuns pray for help after Covid-19 outbreak at their care home

VANESSA MELGAR

...detected before the inoculations began. "The virus is like the Devil" Sister María de los Ángeles described the difficult situation they are going through: "It is bad, it has come to us suddenly." “The virus is like the Devil, you cannot see it but

12:56

National

Junta calls on Madrid to consider total lockdown with new measures set to be announced on Friday

europa press / JOSÉ LUIS PIEDRA

...pandemic to respond to situations of the magnitude like the one we are experiencing". Moreno said the regional government does not consider "right now" to ask for the total confinement for Andalucía, which is still below the national average in incidence ... Spain's Health minister Salvador Illa to bring the night curfew forward an hour to 9pm - a proposal that has so far been rejected by the national government. Aguirre justified the request saying, "Measures like that are necessary because we are in a

12:31

Sport

'The pressure is a privilege; I always look at myself as a potential champion'

JOSÉ MANUEL ANDRÉS

2020 was a strange year for everyone; even for a global tennis star like Garbiñe Muguruza. Despite lacking a certain level of consistency at times, at 27 years of age she can boast of having reached number one in the world and of having a record she ... it as my goal," she says, with the emotion of someone who knows what it's like to lift the most important titles. "We need to show strength and courage because this is something that affects all of us. It's a challenge but things will change. It

13:24

What to do

The restless, creative maturity of Andrés Mérida

Antonio Javier López

...this stage investigating scribble I’ll want to look for something else”. “Perhaps people don’t see evolution, maybe because of the world we live in. An artist doesn’t evolve like dressing for the change of seasons, you put them on, you take them off, ... rooted in his imagination. The author defends himself, “When I do a project like this, which allows me to look back on the work I have done in the past, I realise I have many subjects, not just flamenco or bull fighting.” There are the romantic scenes

12:36

Sport

The easiest change

Rob Palmer

Athletic will win the cup as Real Sociedad have other priorities, make a fist of the Super Cup and scrape into Europe. Marcelino will be like a storm, he'll cause a bit of mayhem, leave in around eighteen months with another accomplishment on his resume

12:09

Local

Can vaccination end the virus? 'Maybe in time, but we must not drop our guard'

PEDRO LUIS GÓMEZ

As happens with many epidemics, I had been thinking that it may have significantly decreased or even disappeared, but like others, there still seem to be unknown factors prolonging it, no matter what is being done or not being done. The evolution of ... epidemics is like the behaviour of starlings when they fly in large groups: individual characteristics can be known (for example the way each bird flies), but the behaviour of the group is unpredictable (when grouped together to fly, several hundred ... 30 per cent. How can a pandemic like this suddenly appear in the world and change our lives? How could it not? Life is an unstable process and the surprising thing is that it lasts (with luck) more than 80 years. The physico-chemical world around

09:59

Opinion

Cryptocurrencies and Bitcoin: folly or the future?

Jeremy Blatch

...deflationary. No one could have assured us. several years ago, that we would be making free telephone calls across the world via the internet. Like gold, Bitcoin may make the investment case as a hedge against the devaluation of Fiat paper currency and loss of

20:25

Opinion

Cold comfort charm

Peter Edgerton

...into them ostentatiously and employing understated phrases like "it's a bit parky" or, if they're from Malaga rather than Mansfield, the Spanish version "hace un frio que pela", which is certainly not understated as means "it's a cold that peels" (your ... skin, presumably). Anyway, it's sort of an accepted norm at these times that we're expected to complain about the low temperatures, but at the risk of sounding wantonly contrary, I rather like the cold. Let's have a look at some of its advantages, ... then. First, it's not the heat. As we know, summer is for people with orange skin who inexplicably like cocktails and sun loungers, not for ginger balding chaps with pale complexions who would never dream of lying horizontal unless it's on a real bed

20:24

Opinion

Reaching senior status

ANDREW J. LINN

...left with the sensible (too sensible?) conclusion that we should eat and drink what we like - in moderation, although in these stressful times we should possibly let ourselves go a little if we are attaining that senior status. Any volunteers?

20:15

LifeStyle

Drummer boys with a bright future

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...drumming the rhythm on buckets in his bedroom. He is seven now. Sergio, when he was three, picked up the drumsticks at home as if they were a toy like any other and, after a period of training, officially became the world's youngest drummer in 2019 with ... talent and a good ear, but he also makes an effort and spends time on it," says his mother, who admits that she and her husband have been surprised by how keen he is. "We couldn't believe it. He really likes it, it's like a game for him and he has fun

11:44

Sport

Marbella, knocked out of the Cup in extra time by Valladolid

JULIO RODRÍGUEZ

...thanks to a goal from Kuki. Although the locals gained confidence, Granero levelled the scores with a penalty soon after. 2 Marbella 3 Valladolid It looked like Valladolid's second goal from Plano would be enough to gain their

09:53

Opinion

Predictionary corner

Peter Edgerton

...man with a very high voice will release yet another song that sounds like your nan’s wallpaper. He’ll be hailed as The Next Big Thing for an hour or two until it dawns on all concerned that he closely resembles every other male singer from the last ... fifteen years, at which point there’ll be a collective yearning for a bloke who actually sings like a bloke. When it becomes apparent that there aren’t any in the offing, Barry White and Johnny Cash will once again sell lots of records. In politics, some ... people will say some very popular things and then will be called ‘populist’ by people who don’t like them. They will also be called ‘a breath of fresh air’ by people who do like them. Everyone on all sides will subsequently run around with their fingers

14:10

Local

Marbella students plea for new school from Three Kings in video message

JOSÉ MARÍA MARTÍN

Marbella students are asking the Three Kings for a very special gift this year - a new secondary school that they have been waiting more than ten years for to ease the current saturation of facilities. Last week the Junta de Andalucía announced a f

14:37

LifeStyle

The 'worst wine in the world' is made in Malaga

JUAN SOTO

...this wine to dispense with the phrase "I like wine, but I don't drink it because I don't understand it." In his opinion, this attitude is a great enemy of winemakers and professionals which needs to be put to rest with ideas like this new wine. ... the truth, wine is as simple as any other gastronomic product. If you like it you drink it, and if you don't like it you ask for something else. Nothing more," he reasons. The label on the back has a message from the winemaker which can translate as:

13:49

LifeStyle

Toast the New Year with sparkling wine from Malaga

javier almellones

2018. This sparkling wine is made using the ‘champenoise’ method, like the classic French champagne. In this way, it has a second fermentation in the bottle which allows the natural development of carbon dioxide gas and, therefore, the characteristic

23:54

LifeStyle

ADSG, providing a supportive environment for carers and people with dementia

Tony Bryant

...workers. The support group enables the carers to spend time with people who truly understand the journey they are on," David said. The biggest risk factor for Alzheimer's is old age, and, like dementia, there is no cure and no way to prevent the disease: ... confused between Alzheimer's and dementia, but it is a variance of the same disease. It is a bit like saying someone is autistic. It's a spectrum. It all falls under the same umbrella," he explained. One of the difficulties is that not all people who have

23:44

Sport

The firefighter 'Everesting' his way across Malaga province

MARINA RIVAS

...high-performance athlete have been recognised by the Athletics Foundation and Mountaineering Foundation. Like all sportsmen and women, this year had looked promising for Dani but Covid-19 put paid to that. To make up for the lack of competitions and keep himself

23:31

LifeStyle

A lost tradition? Ten good reasons to make soup

SOLANGE VÁZQUEZ

...tricks and delicious combinations in order to reconcile us with the humble spoon. This has many advantages whichever way you look at it. Here are the first ten. 1. Versatility If you don't have all the ingredients, or don't like the taste of ... contained breadcrumbs, ground almonds and small pieces of meat," added Massanés. 9. For lovers of the exotic For those who like ethnic foods, soups are just the thing. The book lists easy recipes from all continents that have recognisable flavours of

17:37

Sport

Back to the old or in with the new?

Rob Palmer

...successful coach to bang his head against the brick wall of Benito Villamarín stadium. In a year like no other, football has offered some continuity in our fragmented lives. It has provided an escape from the uncertain and a much-needed semblance of

14:10

LifeStyle

John Lennon's visit to Malaga, well worth 1,000 pesetas

francisco Griñán

...tour. Word of the controversy also reached Spain, causing the Franco regime’s press to make disparaging remarks about ‘el melenudo’, (long-haired guy), as they referred to him. Short hair like Samson On this occasion, that bad boy with the long hair ... Lennon loved animals. When asked if he would be going to a bullfight, he told them bluntly that he didn’t like that type of spectacle: “I’m an animal lover”. However, the ruffled feathers were soon smoothed by the star, when he said he thought Spain was

00:24

LifeStyle

Unusual characters who turn up at Christmas

Alekk M. Saanders

...repopulators brought the tradition to the south after the Christian conquest of the area in the Medieval Period. Nowadays Tientapanza enters the town in the company of giants from fairy tales. He looks like a mixture of royal page and Santa Claus. This portly

20:02

Gibraltar

Gibraltar introduces curfew and strict new coronavirus measures after 'stark increase' of positive cases

SUR IN ENGLISH

...continue to spread LIKE WILDFIRE. The high number of people who are in isolation is also having an impact on our services because people who work in frontline services are not able to go to work. It is imperative that we increase our measures to stop ... ROCK-LIKE GIBRALTARIAN RESOLVE kick into action. Let’s stick together. Let’s stick to the rules. And let’s stick it to the virus. Fabian Picardo, QC