Sunday, 25 June, 2017

La Cultura

The daughter of Jerome Mintz, who wrote The Anarchists of Casas Viejas will attend the annual carnival

A French King's harp has been donated to a Malaga museum

After years of research the painting has been confirmed as belonging to the Renaissance master

Set of 30 previously unseen photos are on display in La Termica

Insurance costs for Lucian Freud’s works are too high for Spanish galleries

The author of 1984 was impressed by the Rock during his time there

After recovering from tuberculosis, Don Justo began to build a cathedral using recycled materials, half a century later he hasn't slowed down

Origins of 'Lady in a Fur Wrap' are unclear

Member of the Costa Writing Group pens Hampshire-based story

New book by local author tells of the trials and tribulations of Alhambra heiress

A Spanish playwright is being honoured as part of a Bath theatre's Golden Age season

A new book will tell the story of censorship in Franco's Spain

More than 40 young ballerinas join the Russian ballet on stage

Fairport Convention, among 20 well-known names at the first ever English folk music festival in March

San Pedro hostel holds open day to show off graffiti art

Director hits out at austerity measures during award acceptance speech

Telecoms company commits to Tadeo Jones 2 - sequel to one of Europe's most successful animation films this decade

More than 1,000 people visited the newly-opened Mijas Contemporary Art Centre in its first weekend

A new exhibition will open, showing the role of design in Spanish cuisine

Cazorla's annual BluesCazorla festival has won an award considered the Grammys of the Blues

Healthy living, nutrition and spirituality all discussed at weekend event

Rampling appeared in Pamplona and Bilbao

The Varigo Series stars the world's first healer/sleuth

Bloggers celebrate gypsy lifestyle following book launch

A new book will tell the story of Robert Capa's love affair with Gerda Taro

Photography exhbition opens in local museum


Although the terms are contemporary, the role of journalism in ‘manufacturing opinion’ has been a human activity as far back as reliable evidence suggests, writes Jack Gaioni


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