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17:45

LifeStyle

Artistic immunity in the tiny village of Genalguacil

Antonio Javier López

We may be in the midst of a global pandemic, but the tiny village of Genalguacil in the Serranía de Ronda (population 400) was not going to let that stop it holding its Art Encounters, which take place in August every two years. There may have

15:59

Sport

'I feel this is my place in the world; I enjoy country life'

OSKAR BELATEGUI

Maider Unda (Vitoria, 1977) says that her six-year-old daughter Iraide sometimes plays with the bronze medal that she won at the 2012 London Olympics. "She's still too young to understand the effort it takes to get there," she says. Nowadays the form

16:11

LifeStyle

Genalguacil won't let the virus get in the way of art

Antonio Javier López

Genalguacil, the tiny village in the Genal valley which has barely 400 inhabitants but whose Art Encounters have become famous in the Spanish contemporary art world and, at the same time, have proved to be an effective weapon against depopulation and oblivion. ... even been included in suggestions of places to go by the Observatory of the Contemporary Culture Foundation. It is also extremely significant that such a tiny place has been able to use contemporary art as a crucial tool to prevent the depopulation

14:30

Local

A tiny, but unwelcome visitor turns up in Marbella

SUR

Applications Research Centre (CREAF-UAB), this tiny ant, measuring just one millimetre in length, has a bite that is painful to humans and can leave an animal blind if bitten in the eye. The researchers at CREAF explained that both domestic and wild animals,

15:19

Opinion

Syncing feeling

Peter Edgerton

If you think TikTok is something to do with tiny mint sweets which are much more difficult to get out of their little plastic box than the adverts would have you believe, you can stop reading right here. This column is for the young and the hip; in

13:45

Opinion

A Ronda pioneer

A. J. Linn

...was mass unemployment and poverty. Fast forward to 1982 and German-born Federico Schatz planted vines on his tiny three-hectare estate. This was the rebirth of the Serranía de Ronda’s wines. Currently there are 18 wineries established in the region.

18:33

Opinion

Michelin claims

ANDREW J. LINN

There is little argument about whether the famous Michelin Guide punches above its weight. For a publication that has tiny sales figures, there is hardly a restaurant in the world that would not roll over on its back to be featured. I have never

18:05

LifeStyle

Ruscus hypoglossum

Denise Bush

...meaning 'under' and 'tongue'. This probably refers to the appearance of a single flower, followed by a single, crimson berry, on the surface of the 'leaf'. The 'leaves' are actually flattened stems or phylloclades; the true leaves form like tiny scales ... around the equally tiny, yellow or white flowers. The most striking aspect of this plant is the bright red berries that give it a festive look. It is a popular plant for flower arranging and is also grown for ground cover in shady, dry areas such as

14:29

LifeStyle

Why are people afraid of the Covid vaccines?

ROCÍO MENDOZa

...should continue to be afraid of the coronavirus, so in the risk/benefit equation the balance lies in favour of the vaccine. If someone who has the vaccine finds themselves among the tiny percentage in whom it is not effective, it just means they will not