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15:25

LifeStyle

The mystery of the Comares prop shop

Jennie Rhodes COMARES

...had a steady stream of interested locals and requests for items for fancy dress parties. The plan is to start a website and hire out or sell their eclectic collection of clothes, furniture and props to individuals and local film crews. One of their ... regular customers is a local Spanish resident, who, Tammy says, “comes in once a month with his pay packet and loves buying lace and scarves from us”. An eclectic collection Jim has 18 years’ experience working on major film and television series sets, ... to promote the idea of upcycling, restoration and recycling and have a number of items restored by local craftspeople, such as an antique chair which has recently been upholstered by someone in Alcaucín. “We use local people and have a number of

13:34

Sport

Marbella would expand Puente Romano for the Davis Cup in February

Héctor Barbotta

...holding 18 people each, and for sponsors as well as areas for VIPs, press and IT services. The local authority stressed the quality of the facilities at the tennis club, with its gymnasium, massage room, sauna and Turkish bath, among others. In the ... rival Andalusian candidacy in Granada has had support from the Junta. Marbella's candidacy is backed by numerous local sport and tourism bodies as well as locals who have posted on social media with the hashtag #SíCopaDavisMarbella. Earlier this week ... local politicians also started a petition on change.org. The name of the successful applicant will be revealed in the next two weeks.

19:47

What to do

Scots invade Teba for the Douglas Days Festival

Tony Bryant

...the Bruce. The festival presents a medieval market, mock battles, snake charmers, falconry displays, Scottish bagpipers, belly dancing and various workshops. Visitors can take advantage of free sangria and porra, a local gazpacho-style tomato-based

16:26

Opinion

Remember Rumasa

ANDREW J. LINN

...that in the public interest Ruiz Mateos's group should be "privatised". When I knew Ruiz Mateos in Jerez he had just got into his stride as an entrepreneur in the local wine trade, although he had started collecting old clocks for what would

13:30

Travel

Big Sur, the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

...the forest, mountains and the ocean, and at The Sur House restaurant at the Ventana Big Sur resort you feel embraced by them all. Executive Chef Paul Corsentino promises fine coastal cuisine - that means local Pacific-sourced seafood and free-range ... award-winning restaurant, originally created by Englishwoman Barbara Blake in the 1930s, has a charming interior cluttered with antiques and collectables, offering a cosy setting for a menu that includes local meat, vegan and vegetarian dishes as well as the

12:30

LifeStyle

The town in America where wi-fi has been banned

Debbie Bartlett

...prohibited, 24 hours a day, every day. Because of the telescope, Green Bank has been part of a government-enforced National Radio Quiet Zone since the 1950s, so the development of new technology has somewhat passed local residents by. The only permitted

13:05

LifeStyle

Sport, culture and St Patrick's Day

SUR IN ENGLISH

...the stage but also suspended from the roof. The wide array of acts included singing, dancing, a fashion parade, gymnastics and an aerial acrobatics display. Many prizes had been donated by local businesses, which were auctioned off in order to raise

20:56

Opinion

Fête

polly rodger brown

...been practising for the event as if her life depended on it. It was hard not to be charmed by the displays of vegetables and fruit produced by the local horticultural society at the same fête. Who doesn’t want to wait to discover the winner of ... square, strung with paper lanterns in the colours of Andalucía and watching old couples showing off their dancing skills to the strains of a vaguely famous flamenco singer. Meanwhile the local boys clattered up the hill on their horses to the pool where

14:54

What to do

The Casa de las Tejerinas is now a MAD

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...abandoned during the 1960s. The local authority later took it over and used it for different purposes; first of all it became a professional training centre, with classrooms and offices, and then it was a library and cultural building and also housed the ... local radio and TV stations. José María Guerrero, the councillor for Heritage, says the works carried out to accommodate these facilities resulted in the building “losing its essence; it looked more like an office building than a historic monument”.

17:09

LifeStyle

11 January 1933: The savage massacre in Casas Viejas

Tony Bryant

...government's attempts to quash the revolutionary movement came to a head on 11 January, when the assault guard arrived in Casas Viejas to round up a group of anarchists who had attacked the local Civil Guard barracks. Fearing reprisals, many residents fled the