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18:37

LifeStyle

The Carmen Thyssen Museum in Malaga celebrates its tenth anniversary

Antonio Javier López

...applied to 230 works of art, although now the figure is around 300. Although the baroness did not elaborate on what the new agreement might look like, Malaga’s mayor Francisco de la Torre expressed his hope that it would allow the museum to keep “as many

16:06

What to do

Concerts, events and things to do around the province

denise bush

Live Music and Concerts Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra Chamber Music Concerts Malaga. Auditorio del Museo Picasso de Málaga. 28 March, 12pm Harmoniemusik play music by Mozart and Soler. .6 April, 8pm La Spagna. 11 May, 8pm Quinteto OFM.

12:55

LifeStyle

Happiness in the form of chocolate

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

...personally define happiness? There are two concepts I like to think of when explaining happiness. One is the circle, a figure in which there is no start, no finish, no divisions and everything is equidistant from the centre. The other concept is that of ... to the taste-related enjoyment, is to access the mood-enhancing and energy-increasing properties it unleashes. This was our eureka moment: suddenly, we realised that while we were a chocolate factory on the outside, at heart, we were what I like to ... challenging one for the planet. There is still so much uncertainty and fear of the unknown, as well as sadness at loss of life and wellbeing on so many different levels. Working in the tourism sector here on the Costa del Sol has been scary in that, like so

15:35

LifeStyle

Revealing the mysteries of Mijas in aid of worthy causes

Tony Bryant

...interested in Mijas, because it is like a ghost town. I want to do my bit to help fellow business owners because the situation is so bad. There are also many charities that have really been under pressure because of the pandemic, so we are concentrating on

15:34

LifeStyle

The award-winning tree that got rid of the witches

ALFONSO TORICES

...the witches, who eventually decided to leave. But before they went, they granted wishes to the trees. Some said they would like to have branches of gold or crystal, and others wanted a delicious fragrance. The young La Castañera didn't want

14:27

What to do

Marenostrum set to rock Fuengirola with packed season of concerts

Tony Bryant

...festival will present an extensive cycle of concerts that will include classical, rock, flamenco, rap, indie and pop music. The four-month cultural extravaganza will also see the return of several popular festivals, like Sohail Jazz (17 - 20 June), the

14:22

What to do

Recreating the magical era of the 1980s pop scene

Tony Bryant

...hits like Simply the Best and Private Dancer. The 40-year-old Granada-based entertainer trained as a gospel singer and she manages to recreate Turner's incredible voice, while also capturing her powerful energy and spectacular stage presence. ... Jessica will return for the second part of the show for her tribute to the unmistakable voice of Annie Lennox, lead singer of The Eurythmics, who received global success with hits like Who's That Girl, Thorn in My Side and Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This).

14:19

What to do

What Jules de Balincourt is hiding at the CAC

REGINA SOTORRÍO

Malaga. When. Until 30 May. What. Forty large scale paintings in bright acrylics reflecting emotional landscapes. "It's like a family reunion. These works have never been on display before, so that's satisfying. I like the spectator to be able to ... stain on the wood which, bit by bit, with just his "intuition", starts to take shape with different images. "These works are like a road trip where we don't know where we are heading, an adventure in itself, an exploration," said Jules de Balincourt. ... But on that trip there are concepts which are repeated and this dichotomy of meanings in his work becomes evident. Like caves where you're not sure if people are exploring or hiding; an island that could be a paradise or a reflection of isolation from

12:36

Opinion

The battle for Madrid

Mark Nayler

...this week, Iglesias might actually have increased his enemy's chances of success. Ciudadanos voters, especially the younger ones, don't like the PP - indeed, the party's early victories were won with a promise to clean up the corrupt old-timers, ... possibilities arise: either he didn't like co-governing, or he wasn't given enough to do by a distrustful Sánchez. Either way, Spain's unprecedented coalition experiment now enters a second phase.

12:34

Opinion

The criteria for happiness

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

...wealthiest in the world, thus confirming/fulfilling the UN's criteria of happiness. However, it looks like the variables are more appropriate for measuring happiness on a national rather than individual level. So, maybe, that is why numerous individual