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Tuesday, December 12, 2017

FOR K & COUNTRY – How Eazi-K became the Ace of...

Ace of Slades country & blues trio is coming of age this May with a gig at Lord Nelson’s pub, the venue where it...

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...

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...

FINE ART ASSOCIATION – Inject art in your arteries

The Fine Arts Association is holding its annual Summer Show, where a variety of local artwork is on sale on a cash’n’carry basis, which...

MILD WEST – A local collection goes live

A collection of poetry to be read at dusk, when the golden glow of sunset is still projecting its indigo undertones towards the eastern ...

SHE HASN’T FORGOTTEN – The girl means business

Author Carla Acheson sounds very foreign, but she was actually born in Gibraltar from Gibraltarian parents, and her maiden name is Lengui. “Yes, I was...

WHAT THE FUNK?! – MalFUNKtion

words | Elena Scialtiel Expect razzmatazz with funky quartet MalFUNKtion, who were the true sensation of recent autumnal musical nights after an intense summer of...

BLEACHED & SATURATED – Tony Lara pursues ‘credit crunch’ art

They say that necessity is the mother of ingenuity and Sevillan artist Tony Lara is proving how ‘arte povera’ - artwork with high creativity...

THE LOST ARTIST – Named, but not found

Seven years ago I went searching for the illustrator of a sketch of the eastern slope of Gibraltar, including The Caleta Palace Hotel, which...

LICENCE TO SHOOT – Vera Francis’ Steel Look

Two years in a row have Vera Francis’s original pictures captured the imagination of the adjudicators at the Spring Art Exhibition, crowning her the...