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14:52

Local

Starlite Festival axes almost half of its staff due to new Covid rules

charo márquez

The organisers of the Starlite Festival summer concert series in Marbella have had to axe 42 per cent of their staff, after new opening times were forced on them under Covid-19 rules. The venue now has to close at 1am, as other bars and night venue

14:51

Opinion

Swimming against the tidy

Peter Edgerton

Tidy people are losers. Everybody knows this, including - indeed, maybe especially - tidy people. Putting everything in order when you could be doing other, much more interesting things like, for example, being untidy, is surely the road to ... romantic notion - though I really can't remember having it, it's all been such a haze - about writing down the day's transactions with a sturdy quill by candlelight, in a Dickensian pastiche that only I were to be privy to. Like I say, the pages were blank.

14:34

Local

Fuengirola port bar owners demonstrate at council's "lack of support"

Tony Bryant

...lack of support and is claiming that the council is ignoring their pleas for help. The group held a meeting with mayor Ana Mula last week, but say they think she is "dragging her feet" with regards to publicising the area, which has become like a

21:49

LifeStyle

"Picasso reflected the changes in how we saw the world like no other artist"

Antonio Javier López

...plan of museums like Pompidou or the Russian Museum to open extensions in other countries in exchange for money? I think it is fine if all parties are satisfied, everything is out in the open and has been properly scrutinised in public. Partnership ... the right time to respond to the provocation of the camera, aeroplanes, and huge political and social shifts. The way we saw the world changed comprehensively over a few decades, and Picasso reflected that like no other artist.

13:53

Opinion

I got you over my skin

Peter Edgerton

...won't be long before I snuff it, I'll get a tattoo just to see what all the fuss is about and if I like it, I might get twenty-nine of one my favourite musicians just to be able to get in the Guinness book of records. Probably Paul Simon or Bruce

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.

23:36

LifeStyle

Former barrister bases first novel on his own ambitions

Tony Bryant

A former barrister who now lives in Spain has recently published his first novel, Tilting at Windmills: a Spanish Year Chasing a Novel Dream. Henry Murphy came to live in Spain in 2014 and, like the main character in his new novel, he has always ... on Amazon, has been praised as 'a novel that stands out as being something refreshingly different.' He is currently busy promoting his new novel, but he longs to get back to his writing. "When the dust settles, I would like to return to my

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