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11:02

LifeStyle

Coaching the rich and famous in Mijas

Tony Bryant Jenny Hoad, Tennis player and coach

The Costa del Sol has long been an area that's beauty has attracted a steady flow of world-renowned movie stars, musicians, bohemian artists and sporting personalities. One of Australia's most prominent tennis partnerships is among the sporting ... Australian tennis stars Lew and Jenny Hoad opened the first tennis club in Spain in 1972Following a hectic career, playing in tournaments all over the world, the Hoads bought a rundown farmhouse in Mijas Costa, which they turned into the first club of its ... Padel Club; once the club was completed, they began to welcome some of the world's greatest tennis stars. Even though Jenny sold the club in 1999, following her husband's death from leukaemia in 1994, she still has strong ties to the club. She

10:13

LifeStyle

Malaga celebrates another Michelin star, this time for Bardal in Ronda

MARina MARTÍNEZ

...which “combine to perfection creative gastronomy with the finest interiorism.” Thanks to this recognition, Bardal joins Dani García, who has two Michelin stars, Jose Carlos García Restaurante, El Lago, Skina, Messina, Sollo and Kabuki Raw in the list ... of shining stars of Malaga cuisine. Dani García was particularly pleased with the news: “I am especially delighted because that was the place where I began and these are people with whom I have spent many hours in the kitchen,” he said. Malaga, at ... the forefront José Carlos García said he was “proud” that Malaga had retained its existing Michelin stars, but stressed that “we have to keep working for more; there are other chefs in the province who could achieve it. Malaga is at the forefront,”

11:26

LifeStyle

Going, going, gone

KEN CAMPBELL

The North Star or Pole Star just happens to lie almost directly over the North Pole of the Earth, so as the Earth spins on its axis, this star appears to stay still while all the other stars revolve around it like the hands of a giant celestial ... clock. The Pole Star stays at the centre and all the other stars turn anti-clockwise. Stars that are further out from the Pole Star have to travel further around the circuit, while stars that are closer to the Pole Star carve smaller paths as they ... circle the sky. There are a few stars and constellations that are so close to the Pole Star that they are constantly visible in the northern sky and never set below the horizon; these are known as Circumpolar stars or Circumpolar constellations. The

12:50

Opinion

The Michelin straight jacket

A. J. LINN

The ceremonies are over and the proud owners of last week's new Michelin stars have gone back to make sure they live up to their assumed reputations. This is an unusual accolade, which, after having been granted, does not allow the winner to relax.

11:21

LifeStyle

Locating the best places to eat in Malaga province

MARINA MARTÍNEZ

Málaga en la Mesa, contains nearly two hundred pages with over 270 references to establishments uniting professionals, chefs, restaurateurs, caterers and the complete firmament of Michelin stars in Malaga province. The guide reviews 272 restaurants ... stars of the Repsol guide Dani Carnero (La Cosmopolita), Abraham Garrote (La Solana), Willie Orellana (Uvedoble), José Alberto Callejo (KGB), Carlos Navarro, José Andrés Jiménez (Almijara), José Sánchez (Los Marinos José), Javier Hernández (El Candado

10:57

LifeStyle

The gypsy Fred Astaire of flamenco

Tony Bryant José Losada - El Carrete, dancer and choregrapher

It was during this period that José would rub shoulders with famous stars like Sean Connery, Frank Sinatra and Anthony Quinn. The young dancer was soon to discover the exciting new flamenco scene that was taking place 12 kilometres along the coast ... in Torremolinos. One of his first jobs in Torremolinos was at the fashionable night club, El Mañana, but it would be in the tablao El Jaleo, where he would shine like a star amongst the stars. Camarón de la Isla, who called José the 'monster', was

11:07

LifeStyle

Orion the hunter

Ken Campbell

Of all the constellations in the night sky, Orion has got to be the one of the most famous and easiest to recognise. It contains some of the brightest stars and its distinct figure dominates the sky throughout the winter months. Orion can be seen ... from us it may already have exploded and we are just waiting for the light to get here. Luckily it is too far away from us to cause us any harm but when it does eventually explode it will be a spectacular sight in the sky. Look to the three stars in a ... nebula. This is a huge gas cloud about 1,300 light years away where new stars are being formed. It is one of the closest and brightest nebulas to the Earth and is easily seen with the naked eye. Take your time to become familiar with Orion as he can be

11:43

Local

Judge orders Benalmádena to demolish unlicensed apartments

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...licence for commercial-residential use, however according to the local planning regulations the area is reserved for hotels with a minimum of four stars. The Torremuelle aparthotel has three stars and also exceeded the maximum construction volume permited

15:02

LifeStyle

Phaethon's tail

KEN CAMPBELL

Meteors or shooting stars are tiny pieces of space rock, usually no bigger than a grain of sand, which crash through the Earth's upper atmosphere at tremendous speed. The friction against the air causes the meteor to burn up and create a brief ... shooting stars. Meteor showers don't require any special equipment to see them; just find a dark area away from streetlights and look up. Wrap up warmly and give your eyes 15 to 20 minutes to become dark-adapted and enjoy the show. It is best not to look

17:07

Opinion

How to get a Michelin star

A. J. LINN

...on earning stars for their restaurant at whatever cost. But who can tell them how to go about it? A few years ago, if we wanted to make a bomb we would have to find a friendly anarchist or ex-military guy. Today it is as simple as digging down into ... way there are websites telling us how to earn Michelin stars. Not exactly rocket science or brain surgery, mainly common sense, but from personal experience it often seems that many chefs are not too well endowed in that particular department. Start

18:16

Opinion

A season of love

REVD ADRIAN LOW

...the fragility and improbability of human life. In a universe of 100 billion galaxies and 100 billion stars in each galaxy we still can't find any life beyond Earth. It just means that all the life we have here is incredibly special. It took nearly ten

19:11

LifeStyle

Marbella hopes its Michelin stars will boost tourism

Héctor Barbotta

Marbella council is hoping that the four restaurants who recently had their Michelin stars renewed, will help bring more tourists to the town. The first step will be at the Feria Internacional de Turismo de Madrid (Fitur) where the four ... days later, the other three restaurants in Marbella that have Michelin stars - El Lago, Skina and Messina - will offer 'show cooking' at the Marbella stand. The intention is that both events will have a huge impact and place Marbella on the haute

20:06

Local

2017: a rollercoaster year

Rachel Haynes

45-night event, which was originally branded as Starlite Marbella but is now advertised as Starlite Festival started on the Costa del Sol 2012. This year it featured many major international stars, including Elton John, Luis Fonsi, Art Garfunkel and Andrea

15:18

LifeStyle

Three Kings... or not?

REVD ADRIAN LOW | ANGLICAN CHAPLAIN COSTA DEL SOL (WEST) comment

...astrology, a reading of the stars, because it was thought their location made a difference in our world. Some people still believe they do; I don't. But God organises an event in the sky that is primarily seen by them, which so unsettled them that they had to

12:15

Local

Costa del Sol uses fashion to show the province's diversity

P. MARTÍNEZ

...to the town through gastronomy. Chefs from two of the province's most prestigious restaurants, El Lago and Dani García, both with Michelin stars, used their demonstrations to prove that Marbella has access to the best produce and ambiance to create

12:30

Opinion

Seeing stars

Peter Edgerton

...the mysterious workings of such things, it goes like this: you visit an establishment and then, according to your level of satisfaction, and as a member of TripAdvisor, you post a review of your experience and rate the place from one to five stars ... we hadn't done anything wrong in either case. Three-star ratings are the interesting ones, especially if they're posted without a review to accompany them. Three stars? That's like somebody saying your concert was “very nice” after you've played for

14:13

What to do

Russian opera stars

SUR IN ENGLISH

THREE CONCERTS IN MALAGA PROVINCE 6 February, 8pm. Antequera: Teatro Municipal Torcal, Calle Cantareros, 8. 7 February, 8.30pm. Granada: Teatro CajaGranada, Avda de la Ciencia, 2 8 February, 9pm. Estepona: Teatro Auditorio Felipe VI, Calle Juan

17:22

Opinion

Michelins are different

ANDREW J. LINN

To many travellers the gastronomic experiences that form part of any journey are the stars in the firmament, and it is easy to believe that standards are universal for the various restaurant guides that abound. Take the overrated Michelin Guide for ... star? Last week we learnt that Frantzén, the first Stockholm eatery to ever achieve three stars, took only six months to earn them, although an investment of seven and a half million euros may have helped to impress the little red guide's anonymous ... inspectors. The set menu costs 460 euros with wine included (390 if you choose fruit juices) and the star dessert is a Rubik cube consisting of 27 petit fours. The Michelin people have gone public with their denial of the common belief that the more stars a

12:03

LifeStyle

Two artistic havens in Granada province

Jennie Rhodes

...of Britain's biggest stars, including Boy George, Dire Straits' Mark Knopfler, Dave Stewart and Alexi Sayle as well as American soul singer, P P Arnold, (the latter two now being neighbours). She has used the trompe l'oeil (trick of the eye in French)

13:16

LifeStyle

Women grab the pan by the handle

MARINA MARTÍNEZ

...on the stage, at the peak of haute cuisine... According to the Michelin Guide, only ten per cent of stars have been awarded to restaurants where women do the cooking. The percentage rises to 30 per cent in the Bib Gourmand category (restaurants