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Tuesday, December 12, 2017

JEREMY SPOKEN – Gabriel Moreno launches his ninth book

  words | Elena Scialtiel Fresh from his appearance at the Gibunco Literary Festival, local poet and singer songwriter Gabriel Moreno is applying the finishing touches to...

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...

MAY THE 4TH BE WITH YOU! – The first Comic Convention...

It’s not every day you find yourself wedged between Wolverine and Wonder Woman, but this is about to become a new possibility for the...

BACK IN CLAY – Ceramist Ermelinda Duarte creates the woman

For women on the move, for women who cast a long shadow on Gibraltar’s society, for women who do it for themselves: as spring...

SINGLED IN – TOGETHER – Calling all the single ladies!

‘Single Ladies’, ‘Ladies’ Night’, ‘Sisters Do It For Themselves’: a power trio of local women – Belinda Berini, Claire Paton and Carla Sedgwick -...

OF MONKEYS AND MEN – The Hoo’s who of Gibraltar society...

  words | Elena Scialtiel A first for Gibraltar, a comic folio that can be spread into ‘ape-oster’ (read: a poster) with jokes and facts about...

METRO MOTEL – Music with the double M

  words | Elena Scialtiel Released this month, ‘Un día más’ is Metro Motel’s new musical video about everyday life struggles, titled after the slogan for...

ROBIN HOOD & THE THREE KINGS – Nadine talks panto and...

Oh no, she didn’t! Oh yes, she did! After some twenty years spent consolidating the pantomime tradition in Gibraltar with the Trafalgar Theatre Group,...

HEART OF STONE – Christine Borge’s roses

Stepping out artistically for the first time with her artwork exhibited at the Fine Arts Affordable Show over the holiday period, graphic designer by...

#DEIXA-TE DE MERDAS – Reliving romance after failed love

How often is it that hours of trivial conversations over a bottle of wine with friends on the ‘emotional baggage’ we all carry can...