From The Rock to a High Place

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Moving of our own volition is one of the first displays of freedom, and to walk at our own pace is a statement of...

For The Love of Art

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"When my husband surprised me with easel and art supplies last Christmas, I realised that I had to take up painting more intensely, and...

Gibraltar Artists and Artisans

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What is ‘Gibraltar Artists & Artisans’? These are new websites to promote local artists and artisans; created to enable them to sell to a...

BOOKISH – July 2020

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It's July, which means I’m back with another 3 books that I’ve read this month. I am recommending these books for everyone, even if...

How to draw the Eiffel Tower in 5 easy steps.

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What you will need: Paper Pencil Eraser Ruler Colouring pencils, crayons, or paint (optional) Step 1: Draw a triangle 6cm wide by 11cm high. Draw a...

Bookish – June 2020

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Welcome back bookworms, what have you been reading this past month? Any of my recommendations? If the answer is yes, then you're in luck because...

Colouring for the Gha

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Vivien Mesilio was watching husband Ernest doodling one day, when she peered a little closer over his shoulder to ask what he was up...

Lockdown: Inked

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At the time of this interview, photojournalist and artist Stephen Ignacio was well beyond his seventh week of lockdown, as he begun with self-isolation...

Penelope’s Adventures

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From Saturday mornings’ pastime to children’s book series, Therese and Penelope Caruana’s project is growing steadily, with two illustrated stories already published and a...

Bookish… May 2020

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So, as you’re probably aware, we all now have a lot more free time (except for our editor Sophie, who’s rushed off her feet)....