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20:32

LifeStyle

Hispanic Day, a celebration of what?

Tony Bryant

...institutions over the last few years, but the majority of the country respects the day as one of the most important in Spanish history. Malaga celebrates Hispanic Day with a military procession and a programme of performances and cultural activities held in

16:06

Travel

A Joshua Tree road trip

Andrew Forbes

...ironically contributed to Palm Spring’s renaissance over recent years as a retro-chic resort for a new generation. Many of the classic mid-century modern villas, motels and hotels weren’t torn down by developers - they were just left. Now many are restored

10:55

LifeStyle

Choosing a sensible alternative

PETER HARRISON

...request is for a puppy or kitten. It has been so for many years. It is wonderful for the child but for how long? A month or maybe two and then the novelty wears off and everything gets left to the parents. This can carry on for ten or more years when the

11:02

LifeStyle

Coaching the rich and famous in Mijas

Tony Bryant Jenny Hoad, Tennis player and coach

...the wonderful times she shared with her husband during the club's golden years. The guest book, which Jenny still cherishes today, includes names such as Roy Emerson, Stan Smith, Tom Gorman, Jimmy Connors and Björn Borg, to name just a few. However, ... years, but was eventually forced to sell, which, in her own words, “was an extremely difficult decision to make”. “Looking back I wouldn't change a thing. I love this area and have many great memories of my life here with Lew; he absolutely adored ... Spain. It would be pointless living anywhere else, after all, I've been here 50 years now,” Jenny says with a hint of nostalgia.

11:11

LifeStyle

A red pencil to sketch the memory of pain

Mark Nayler The carpenter's pencil by Manuel Rivas

...hours has had many lives. In the years before Spain's Civil War broke out, it belonged to a Galician carpenter, who in turn gave it to a shipbuilder friend of his, a communist and “self-confessed libertarian and humanist” - or, as far as Franco will

11:13

LifeStyle

The Leonid shower

KEN CAMPBELL

...comet Tempel-Tuttle. ·More information : www.costadelstars.com Tempel-Tuttle is a short term comet meaning that it orbits the Sun every 33 years, the last time it was in our neighbourhood was in February 1998, it will be back again in May 2031. ... dark-adapted then lay back and enjoy the show. In past years the Leonids have produced a meteor storm of hundreds of meteors an hour; in 1966 viewers in the USA reported seeing 40 to 50 meteors per second during a 15 minute span. This year is not expected to

11:15

LifeStyle

Malaga loses a comedy genius

SUR

...complete with a trademark silly walk and a whole new surreal vocabulary, won the hearts of viewers, and he made regular appearances on TV and in films until the early years of the new century. Chiquito was no stranger to the stage, however, starting his ... stamping and singing in the background, behind the dancers. He was one of the first Spanish flamenco artists to take his art to Japan, spending two years in the country where his stage name was altered to 'Chiquitosan', and he went on tour in Germany with ... Camarón de la Isla and Tomatito. However it was his charisma and humour that opened doors to television and wider fame. He had lived alone in Malaga since his wife, Josefa García (Pepita), died in 2012, and more than 50 years of marriage.

11:44

Local

Carvajal station: mission impossible for many

Ivan Gelibter

...been complaining about this for years, because the accesses just aren't acceptable. In addition, the lighting is inadequate and the pavement is falling to pieces,” says Javier Toro about the stations, which he describes as“a complete failure in terms of