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12:09

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“There wasn't anywhere like Torremolinos”

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...heights as Pedro's Bar, El Mañana and El Remo. Only The Galloping Major, which opened two years before Shelagh's pub, still remains. However, the story of this particular woman is not limited to the restaurant business. The daughter of a wealthy family, ... Shelagh decided to sell the bar and travel around Italy. The poet and lawyer Rafael Pérez-Estrada helped her with the sale of the bar. It ended up in the hands of another woman, Tina, who opened it as Tina's Bar. This establishment still remains today,

16:42

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28 April 1770: 18th century stage actress Rita Luna is born in Malaga

Rachel Haynes What happened today?

...the Teatro Español. She soon emerged as a rival for the then first lady of the theatres of the court of Carlos IV, María del Rosario Fernández "La Tirana", a veteran diva who became jealous of the younger woman. Rita Luna eventually took the title

14:48

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Malaga's forgotten female writers

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...in the USA, Gamel Woolsey is buried in the English Cemetery in Malaga, the province where she lived with Gerald Brenan. She was never a conventional woman. She avoided social and religious impositions to make up her own mind, a poetic and free

17:14

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Symbolic and spontaneous sculptures

Jennie Rhodes

...studio J. Rhodes Another concept at the heart of Oliver’s work is the relationship between bulls and the female form. Oliver admits that the combination came about “by accident” when he was sketching what was supposed to be a woman and when he looked at ... it again he decided that his creation looked more like a bull. But the idea was born and Oliver has stuck with it in a lot of his work; the interface between bull and female symbolising “tension but not violence” as “the woman always has the upper

11:26

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Reality filtered through altered minds

Mark Nayler

...really mad - in a clinical sense of that overused term - Elisa, or her eccentric flatmate Susana? As I wrestled with these and other questions posed by A Working Woman, I realised that I would always remember the experience of reading it for the first ... Woman is Madrid itself. Nowhere is Navarro's descriptive talent more obvious than in the passages that deal with Elisa's nocturnal explorations of the capital's suburbs - areas littered with post-crisis, unfinished housing, most of it occupied by

15:46

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Roots in England, flowers in Spain

JENNIE RHODES

...during the event which took place at the town's Casa de la Cultura last Friday. As a young woman, she, alongside some of her nursing colleagues, travelled to Norway for a skiing trip. Cecilia explains that on the boat back to England, they got

11:39

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Is it true that we lose more hair in the autumn?

ELENA PÉREZ

...for a woman with long hair because it seems as if she is losing an awful lot, but there is no need to worry about it,” says Dr Herrera. This phenomenon, known as telogenic effluvium, or diffuse alopecia, is temporary. “It's a normal process,” he

18:02

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What to wear?

A. J. LINN

Nevertheless, the distressing sight of tourists on the Coast heading out for dinner, the woman beautifully dressed and coiffured, partnered by a man who, incredibly, can usually be seen wearing a short-sleeved vest, shorts and sports shoes! I have frequently