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13:29

LifeStyle

The refreshing Valencian drink that took Madrid by storm

A. VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

Many Spaniards will remember drinking glasses of chilled Valencian tiger nut milk during the summers of their childhood. The refreshing drink perpetuates a unique Hispanic tradition that became a national symbol and summer obsession. It was Jaime ... The development of the ice industry and the growth of the population of Madrid, with its corresponding sweltering summers, led to a growing popularity of tiger nut milk and the emergence of numerous horchaterías. So much so, that in 1895 there was ... horchata and the bell hops, the servants, rascals and the beggars will satisfy their sweet tooth and be cooled", affirmed Galician writer Emilia Pardo Bazán in 1897, who said that no matter that the idea or the raw material were Valencian, tiger nut milk

19:35

LifeStyle

Bullfighting season: the moral question

MARK NAYLER

Oxford-based agent, and asked what advice she would give to someone thinking of going to a corrida for the first time. "You have to be aware that at least one thing will die,'' she wrote in her reply, implicitly referring to the fact that matadors, too, are ... is wonderful, it's not even going to approach an artistry that would begin to excuse a death. If you're up for it and okay with all that, you would really need to read up on it so that you understand what on earth is going on - and it's good to have a ... bit of Spanish so that you can chat with people watching and get that angle." The moral question posed by the corrida is whether its art and beauty justify the punishment the bull suffers in the ring and, ultimately, its death. A second, equally

19:22

Local

Malaga's monuments could bring in more than a million euros a year under a new initiative

Antonio Javier López

The Andalusian government's Ministry of Culture has opened a can of worms this summer. Earlier this month the Culture Minister, Patricia del Pozo, announced that her department is looking at the money raised from sales of tickets to museums and ... to pay for entry to the museum and archaeological sites in Malaga, Antequera and Ronda. Sources at the Ministry consulted by SUR agreed that the simplest thing would be to charge every visitor the same rate as that currently charged to visitors from ... figure, particularly if you take into account the fact that the museum has a budget of 2.5 million euros and that it faces fundamental expenses such as that of the refurbishment of its temporary exhibition spaces. This project was put to tender with a

16:28

National

Plácido Domingo accused of sexually harassing women over three decades

SUR

Spanish tenor Plácido Domingo has been accused by nine women from the world of opera of sexual harassment. Associated Press published the statements of the accusers that claim that the Madrid-born artist put pressure on them to enter into sexual ... that the allegations as presented are inaccurate and that he believed all interactions had been consensual.

15:23

Opinion

Are bonds really safer than stocks?

JEREMY BLATCH

Conventional investment wisdom and modern portfolio theory both hold that fixed-interest securities (bonds) are safer than equities (stocks). Most advisors will recommend to increase exposure to bonds with the investors age and to reduce risk. ... Careful study of the bond and equity markets shows that this conventional wisdom is not as absolute as the professional consensus would have us believe. Professor Jeremy Siegel of The Wharton School of Finance in his classic 'Stocks for the Long Run' ... makes the case that stocks have in fact been less risky than bonds over the long term. When comparing the best and worst case after inflation returns for stocks, bonds and treasury bills (short term paper) from 1802, stocks are unquestionably riskier

15:05

Gibraltar

New car-shaped bicyle rack is installed in Europort Road, Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

The Ministry for Infrastructure and Planning has installed a new-style car-shaped bicycle rack at Europort Road, an area that has fast become Gibraltar's main cycling hub. The frame is in the shape of a car, as a reminder that up to ten bicycles ... can be parked in a space normally taken up by a single car and to encourage more people to cycle instead of drive. The Minister for Transport, Paul Balban, says that fewer cars on the road can only be a good thing for Gibraltar and good for the

13:31

LifeStyle

Urinary incontinence, the silent condition that affects millions of people worldwide

SUR

Urinary incontinence is a condition that occurs when a person can't stop urine escaping from their urethra, the tube which transports it outside the body from the bladder. Age, surgery, weight increase, neurological disorders, pregnancy and the ... ulcers. Xxx xxx xxxx With regard to age, although it is true that incontinence becomes more common as the years pass, it can occur at any time of life and is not always associated with getting older. Equally, although it is more common in women ... and people often associate it with pregnancy and the menopause, it can actually affect both sexes at any stage of life. In fact, experts estimate that one in every four men will suffer incontinence after the age of 40. Ageing, the size of the

13:40

LifeStyle

Dermatological consultations for patients with sun allergies are on the rise

Ángel Escalera

...and said the most common reaction is that of idiopathic photosensitivity. This allergy manifests itself in two ways, either as an outbreak of heat rash or as a polymorphous light eruption. People affected suffer irritation and stinging as blemishes, ... blisters, red stains and scabs appear on the skin. As an idiopathic process (of spontaneous appearance and of unknown causes), the allergy can suddenly appear and then disappear when you least expect it. Experts suspect that this allergy is linked to

17:01

What to do

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

Tony Bryant

The municipal auditorium in La Paloma park in Benalmádena will host a special tribute concert that will recreate the sounds and ambience of the 1980s pop music scene on Friday, 30 August. The three-hour concert will present celebrated Spanish band ... Green Covers, who are currently touring Spain with a show that pays tribute to some of Britain's most-admired alternative pop groups. The Valencia-based group are renowned for authentically recreating the live shows of U2, Depeche Mode and The Cure, ... 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