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13:45

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Uniting folklore and tradition

Tony Bryant

The Festival de las Culturas gives Torremolinos the chance to demonstrate its cosmopolitan nature this weekend. The multicultural festival, which will bring together 14 countries from four continents, will present folklore shows, traditional arts and

13:27

LifeStyle

The guardians of culinary tradition

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

My grandmother, who aroused my interest in traditional cuisine by dictating her recipes, once asked me to make her a dish from her childhood. Her mother was Italian, and the dish was the 'riso arrosto', it was made by cooking rice in the gravy of ste

12:59

LifeStyle

A Spanish tradition that resists modernisation

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

Anyone visiting Malaga will soon be familiar with the Spanish custom of enjoying churros in the morning or mid-afternoon. Churros, long, extruded fingers of dough (some establishments cook them in a spiral) that are deep fried and sprinkled with sa

00:50

LifeStyle

Preserving the four-part harmony tradition

TONY BRYANT

More than 600 delegates from around the world will come together for the Spanish Association of Barbershop Singers (SABS) annual convention in Benalmádena at the beginning of April. Although the convention is only open to delegates, SABS has organise

00:14

LifeStyle

The ancient tradition of giving eggs at Easter

Tony Bryant

Most of us take for granted the association of eggs with Easter, particularly when that association involves elegantly wrapped chocolate eggs filled with Smarties or sugared almonds. The tradition of painting hard-boiled eggs inspring pre-dates ... depicted as the judge that evaluated whether children were good or disobedient at the start of the season of Eastertide. The custom was first mentioned in 1682, referring to a German tradition of an Easter hare bringing Easter eggs for the children. The ... tradition was to stain the Easter eggs red, supposedly in memory of the blood Jesus shed during the crucifixion. Blood red While the origin of Easter eggs can be explained in symbolic terms, several legends exist concerning the colouring of eggs.

14:10

Local

New app to help follow a historic tradition

SUR

Marbella council has launched a smartphone app so spectators and participants can keep up to date with the movements of the Holy Week processions through the town. The app is called Semana Santa Marbella 2018 and as well as the routes also includes t

17:31

Local

Drug trafficker to be freed this year in historic Malaga Holy Week ritual

ÁLVARO FRÍAS / JUAN CANO

Wednesday night will see a convicted drug trafficker from Fuengirola able to walk free when he is released during the Holy Week procession of the El Rico brotherhood in the centre of Malaga. The tradition of freeing a prisoner for good behaviour ... tradition, the ministers for Justice and Interior will be in the city for the event. The man to be freed is currently serving a three-year sentence. Several other places around Spain also release prisoners before Easter.

18:00

Gibraltar

Gibraltar prepares for a fun-filled National Day on Monday

Debbie Bartlett

...years ago to discontinue the tradition of releasing thousands of red and white balloons, for environmental reasons, but this year there will still be plenty going on in the sky above as there will be three aerobatic displays by Richard Goodwin, an ex-RAF

15:12

What to do

A world-class museum of Christmas tradition

FERNANDO TORRES

Díaz Caballero foundation, dedicated to supporting the nativity scene tradition, plans to attract visitors all year round to its new centre. In all there are some 60 different scenes on public display with three large centrepiece works. One, by