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Thursday, June 29, 2017

PENCILLED IN – Shannen Vinent draws her life on the line

At just 17, up-and-coming fine artist Shannen Vinent is having her picture ‘Plastic Surgery’ included in the Ministry of Culture’s collection after it won...

LIFE IN A WHEELCHAIR – When there’s Wheels, there is a...

A way around it. Maybe the long way around it, but eventually people with disabilities will find the way to override hurdles, and that...

BY HOOK OR BY BOOK – Paysage to India

words | Elena Scialtiel     photos | Stelios Kyriakides Spending time, buying time, wasting time: funny how the English language shares the same verbs to...

ROCK ILLUSION – Gibraltar’s first International Magic Festival

Magic is one of the oldest performing arts still in existence. Illusionists, sometimes incorrectly accredited with paranormal activity and sorcery, appear in many written...

BOOKS FOR CHILDREN – Discovering infinite possibilities

words | Polly Lavarello  What are your most enduring childhood memories? For me, holidays, birthdays and funny pranks (usually gone wrong) all feature strongly, but there...

THE EDGE OF INNOCENCE – Angelwings: A fallen angel finds her...

words | Mark Viales     photos | John M. Piris, Mark Galliano, Anthony Williams, Jonathan Mañasco A female demon of the night flies around searching for newborn...

GIBRALTAR MUSIC FESTIVAL – Behind the looking glass

Every year, as the months leading up to the Gibraltar Music Festival thin out, the streets are rife with speculation over chosen acts in...

SURVIVING THE FRINGE – Confessions of a Fringe virgin

“Welcome to the Fringe. The first rule of The Fringe is: you talk about The Fringe. The second rule of The Fringe is: you...