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13:15

What to do

Concerts, theatre and workshops around the province

denise bush

Lecture Benahavís. How Viruses Inspire Purity in Architecture and Design by Alejandro Carazo. The so called Spanish flu of 1918-20 cost at least 20 million lives. What is less well known is that it provoked a revolution in architecture and design. Out

11:42

LifeStyle

15 January 2012: The death of Manuel Fraga, founder of the PP

Jennie Rhodes

...which was the forerunner to what is now the Partido Popular. Fraga's party only won 16 seats and less than 10 per cent of the vote in Spain's first democratic elections for 40 years, which were held on 15 June 1977. Fraga went on to become a Member of

10:56

Local

Club La Costa goes into liquidation - Covid crisis and Brexit blamed

Ivan Gelibter

...brief statement saying that with regret it has had to make "some difficult decisions". It added that the situation of its resorts, current partners and customers will remain "as usual" - within what Covid restrictions allow - and it is currently

12:40

Sport

Beating your own record is what counts

CRISTINA PINTO

...career, and 22-year-old swimmer Luis Troughton is no exception. He has a dream in mind, and he intends to achieve it no matter what it takes. For the past ten years the water has been Luis' natural habitat but it wasn't until the week of his 19th ... competitor's score is compared with the world record in each category and that determines how the medals are allocated. "The medal isn't important. Beating my personal record is what matters to me. The satisfaction comes from knowing that you have improved so ... much," he says. His dream now is to compete with the Spanish team. "What we're working on now, although I know it's in the long term, is to try to get through to a European championship and to do that I need to improve over 100 metres," he says. In

20:08

LifeStyle

8 January 1843: Malaga's bourgeoisie launches cultural society

Alekk M. Saanders

In the first half of the 19th century, Andalucía saw the appearance of a new type of cultural organisation. As in the rest of Spain, Paris-influenced 'liceos' were established by the new bourgeoisie, looking for different means to make their politica

11:22

LifeStyle

25 December 1942: Birth of controversial flamenco singer Enrique Morente

Tony Bryant

Enrique Morente, one of the most controversial singers within the world of contemporary flamenco, was born in the Albaicín district of Granada on Christmas Day in 1942. Since called the 'Pope of Flamenco', Morente, father of celebrated singer Estrell

20:24

Opinion

Reaching senior status

ANDREW J. LINN

...live forever, but as we start nudging what is politely referred to as senior status, perhaps we can relax to a certain degree and think less on what will happen to us if we exceed those unsubstantiated and completely mythical guidelines that governments ... publish from time to time. Nobody really knows what drink consumption is safe, mainly because clinical trials are impossible to carry out. They need thousands of participants in controlled experiments monitored 24/7 for many years. Impossible. We are ... left with the sensible (too sensible?) conclusion that we should eat and drink what we like - in moderation, although in these stressful times we should possibly let ourselves go a little if we are attaining that senior status. Any volunteers?

14:03

LifeStyle

18 December 2012: The UN holds first World Arabic Language Day

Jennie Rhodes

World Arabic Language Day has been celebrated every year on 18 December since 2012. The date coincides with the day in 1973 that the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted Arabic as the organisation's sixth official language. Today Arabic i

14:16

What to do

Torremolinos dance school offers a free afternoon at the ballet

Tony Bryant

The Torremolinos Dance Centre will present an afternoon of ballet at the Príncipe de Asturias Auditorium tomorrow (Saturday). The show, which begins at midday, will be presented by students of the long-established academy and will offer a programme