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17:39

What to do

Malaga packs out for its summer fair

SUR / LUCY NEWBY

...also host various events this year, with performances from the likes of Manolo Sarria and Toni Zenet. Preparations The start of Feria de Málaga, the biggest summer fair in southern Spain, marks the culmination of months of intense preparation by

13:35

LifeStyle

Hydration and protection: the keys to keeping your skin healthy in the summer

SUR

Despite the climate of Malaga allowing us to enjoy open-air activities practically all year round, there is no doubt that summer sees an increase in those pastimes which expose the skin to external agents and the sun's rays, both potential enemies ... of the skin. It is estimated that 80 per cent of skin ageing is triggered by damage caused by the sun, alongside water loss, which increases during the summer months. It is important to highlight that healthy outer skin is not only necessary from an ... daily skincare routine. In addition to UV rays, during the summer the skin suffers from increased exposure to changes in temperature, wind, use of aggressive and irritant chemical products, perspiration, and prolonged contact with sea water and

17:01

What to do

Relive the UK rock music scene of the 80s at La Paloma park

Tony Bryant

...using a combination of meticulously-engineered sound and stunning visual effects. The band has been together for five years and in that time they have acquired a cult following. Green Covers are currently on a summer tour that will take them to

16:54

What to do

The roar of lions at the botanical gardens

SUR IN ENGLISH

The Jardín Botánico de la Concepción in Malaga travels from the jungle to the savannah as the setting for two musicals on summer nights. De Simba a Kiara (from Simba to Kiara), a tribute to the Lion King by the local company Onbeat, premieres in

15:36

Opinion

Too perverse for words

GEORGINA OLIVER

...quick peep at its hot-sounding summer offering: a temporary exhibition focusing on Modern Art's fascination for 'lethal ladies', which stops the clock at 1950. Perversidad? Hmm, I wondered, looking at its saucy scarlet-hued Suzanne Valadon poster...

15:56

Opinion

Taking care of your cat in the summer

ERNY HARRISON

Although cats are very independent there are a few things you have to look after for them, especially in the heat of summer. Cats take a very long time over their food. They will sniff at it first, than try a bit and when it is to their ... satisfaction it will eat. Even then it is unlikely that the food will be eaten in one go. Cats like to come back to their bowl throughout the day. In the summer fresh food will go bad very quickly so it is best to keep it in the fridge until needed again.

13:04

LifeStyle

First-class acts hit the summer stage

ALEJANDRO DÍAZ

The Starlite festival in Marbella has already seen a host of performances by some of the great names in music, including The Beach Boys, Kool & The Gang, Sting and Jamie Cullum; this week it has been the turn of Luis Fonsi, James Rhodes, Katie Melua

12:55

LifeStyle

Summer heat in the galleries

Rachel Haynes

The summer is the perfect opportunity for residents as well as visitors to soak up not just the sun, but also the culture. Malaga’s art galleries and museums have put the city in the forefront in recent years, filling columns in travel and art ... in Modern Art’ in the Carmen Thyssen Museum.S. SALAS Carmen Thyssen Museum Femmes fatales move in for summer The Carmen Thyssen museum, with its stunning collection of Spanish and Andalusian art from the old masters to the beginning of ... the 20th century, is also host to a temporary exhibition this summer. ‘Perversity. Femmes Fatales in Modern Art (1880–1950)’ focuses on women at a time when they went from being “passive, sexualised subjects to champions of emancipation and freedom”,