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18:16

Opinion

A season of love

REVD ADRIAN LOW

I have just taken a funeral for a baby boy. What a tragedy, all the more poignant when Christians around the world are celebrating the birth of another baby boy. The two events are so hard to hold in the same hand. But both events remind me of

18:08

Local

Pedestrianisation work in Torremolinos to begin in January

Tony Bryant

...architect Salvador Moreno Peralta and involves the transformation of more than 10,000 square metres. This will incorporate parts of Calle de la Cruz, Calle Hoyo, Avenida Isabel Manoja and Calle Marqués de Salamanca. The mayor of Torremolinos, José Ortiz,

13:20

Opinion

The box wars continue

A. J. LINN

How will our progeny drink wine in the future, if indeed they drink it at all? This year we have seen wine in tins, in cardboard bottles, in mini stainless steel tanks and much more. Box wine is already well established, and Amazon reports 200%

13:35

LifeStyle

The people behind the artists at Cirque du Soleil

REGINA SOTORRÍO

Soleil. “We don't miss a more normal life, because we don't know what that's like,” they say. Massimo Medini, who is Italian, and Denise García, from Spain, perform an exciting love story on skates. “And who better than with your partner!”, says Denise, ... from her loved ones and never spends more than two months in one place. That's why the performers forge close bonds between themselves. “We travel together, work together, live together, have breakfast together. It's not just when we're performing

23:24

LifeStyle

Chinese houses

Denise Bush

...ancient Egypt and Greece. The Romans always incorporated them into their gardens and they became a garden fixture right up until the mid 1800s when mechanical clocks became more accurate (up until then they had to be continually reset using a sundial).

15:31

What to do

The Pompidou unveils its new collection with a look at modern ideas of Utopia

Antonio javier lópez

‘[Sensation of Danger] The Running Man’ (1930-31) by Kazimir Malevich and ‘The Fall of Icarus’ (1974-77) by Marc Chagall, before moving on to more contemporary artists such as Erik Bulatov and his ‘Spring in a Workers’ Rest House’ (1988), ‘Final Summer’ (2002) ... noticeable. The previous exhibition contained a large number of important works by a variety of artists; this one is much more minimalist. The change of style is also obvious: the disturbing mobile structure by Jean Tinguely has now been replaced by a ... contemporary version of ‘Luncheon on the Grass’ (1964) by Alain Jacquet, among others. Room 4 The shining city Le Corbusier used the term ‘shining city’ to describe one which is more organised, comfortable and ecological. The model of ‘habitable space’

20:18

LifeStyle

Young musical talent for American independence

Liz Parry

Oboe (from ‘The Mission’) by Ennio Morricone. The main part of the concert was a beautiful rendition of part of the New World Symphony, composed by Antonín Dvo?ák, more than 100 years after the War of Independence, while he was living in the United

18:54

What to do

"I don’t consider myself a prodigy"

Regina Sotorrío / RAchel Haynes

...turn. His talent soon became too big for Bali, his birthplace, and the Indonesian capital Jakarta was the family’s next step, so that Joey could “better his craft and explore music more”. And from there, encouraged by praise from Herbie Hancock and ... enjoying what you’re doing.” And Joey does just that, he has fun playing his music, but “it’s also serious”, he says in the surprisingly deep voice typical of a boy turning into a man. “I never thought about it as a game.” Improvisation has been more ... other adolescents of his generation. jazz festival More stars at El Portón Joey Alexander’s performance is just the start of Alhaurín de la Torre’s Portón del Jazz festival which is now in its 20th year. Other big international names in the

14:37

Sport

"I understand the Malaga fans, but when you fall you get back up and do better next time"

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

-What did you think of Malaga? You've now spent six decades here. Malaga wasn't like it is now. Tourism in Torremolinos was just starting to blossom and I was taken in by the Aragoneses family who lived on Calle Granados. I became more and more ... they're allowed to be angry, but I know these fans. I know that they'll still be with the team next season. It might be that there is even more support than when the team was in La Liga. I always say that when you fall, you get back up and do better next ... players for their individual qualities. Now the collective is more important. En-Nesyri is a young kid who dominated at the Mohamed VI Academy in Rabat. He came to the youth team with three others, who followed him, but returned for different reasons. Now

15:00

LifeStyle

A Top Chef in Torremolinos

marina martínez malaga

...artichokes. Richard is accompanied in the kitchen by Roberto Nieves and Diana Tadjalli and Javier Castro is in charge of the dining area. In total he employs a team of 18 people. Richard Alcayde cannot keep still; he knows he needs to delegate more but ... he likes to continually wander into the dining room to check on his customers and hear their comments. He admits he is restless and has already taken on two more projects, including in the role of gastronomic consultant. The first project was the