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19:52

Opinion

Wave culture

Peter Edgerton

It might be prudent, I think, if we all began to adopt the gestures of one of those golden Chinese waving cats as we toddle around town - simply flapping our arm up and down and sporting a vaguely sinister rictus grin. As things stand, I can see no o

15:31

What to do

Art, music, culture and more

Denise Bush

...museum has an eclectic collection which includes art, sculpture and artefacts dating from prehistory up to the nineteenth century. Entry to the permanent collection is free to residents of the European Union but only in the morning. Music Jueves ... de Guinness, Xábega y Percutora and Finndog Macrea with live music and dances by Mamen Garro. Reserve a place: turismo@mijas.es or call: 952589034 Doors open at 8pm. European Youth Orchestra, The Malaga Concert Malaga. 17 August, 8.30pm. Teatro ... Cervantes.24€. Directed by Pablo Heras-Casado, the orchestra will play pieces by Henry Purcell, Aaron Copeland, Igor Stravinsky and Ludwig van Beethoven. The Malaga Concert forms part of the European Music Gallery Festival 2020. Tickets:

16:20

Opinion

Amazon gain forest

Peter Edgerton

Douglas Hofstadter's Fluid Concepts and Creative Analogies: Computer Models of the Fundamental Mechanisms of Thought, in spite of having one of the most clumsy titles in the history of literature, is an extraordinarily significant book. Not because o

19:15

Opinion

Filling groovy

Peter Edgerton

If someone had told me forty years ago that one day I'd be standing in my house in Malaga with a digital camera in my mouth I would have taken a long, slow sip of my pint of mild, popped another pork scratching in my mouth and questioned their sanity

14:49

Opinion

The art of the matter

Peter Edgerton

It's one of those many things that everyone should be able to do equally well but that, in reality, some do much better than others. No, I don't mean the art of talking sense, but rather one of the oldest tasks known to man - cleaning. In the same

16:41

Opinion

Don't get me wrong

Peter Edgerton

There's a vague whiff of general madness in the air, wouldn't you say? Whether its cause is to be found in the three months we spent contemplating our own belly buttons, the exaggerated uncertainty of what comes next or Lady Gaga releasing another al

16:04

Opinion

Dead grateful

Peter Edgerton

Back in the dim and distant days when children used to actually play together, there was a lad at our school who would bring a ball in every day to be booted about the yard at dinner time. Games were improvised and unwieldy, involving up to twenty pl

14:59

Opinion

Jailhouse rock

Peter Edgerton

American cousins are wont to say, a lot of fun. It has reminded me of a music course I gave in a high security gaol one long hot summer over twenty-five years ago. In my innocence, I'd been led to believe I was being contracted by the local education ... on the prison lawn with a few jovial shoplifters wasn't to be my remit. No, sir - I was, in fact, about to be introduced to some of the most dangerous men in the country. As a deliberate ploy to keep my sanity, I didn't ask what the music students

22:15

Opinion

Let's work together

Peter Edgerton

Amid the unveiling of Dexamethasone as a life-saving drug and the bizarrely dramatic scenes involving historical statues and the corresponding antics of their attackers/defenders, each utterly convinced of the veracity of their opposing arguments, yo