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Thursday, January 23, 2020

N. A. Langdon

If culture were the soul of a city, it would be conceivable to think that the landscape and architecture would be the face of...

Proper English

Braggadocio. A resonant word with a hint of history and romance... and new to me when I came across it in a slim 40-page...

A Florentine Sonnet

Battered by a tsunami of tourists rolling past as I stood between the Duomo and the Baptistry, I felt the urge to write a...

From Discarded Shards To Mermaids’ Tears

Jewellery maker Frances May-Murphy joined the association recently, as part of a recruiting drive to afford exposure to more artisans with locals and tourists...

Sculpt Like An Egyptian

Spanish artist Francisco Javier Antolín Serrano, known in Gibraltar for his entries in recent International Art Exhibitions and for having presented a teaser of...

Oh Yes I Will! Oh No You Won’t!

"Fee! Fie! Foe! Fum! I smell the blood of an Englishman.’" As the festive season gets under way, in the world’s English-speaking countries -...

BOOKISH… (part 2)

By Joel Francis Choosing the right book can be a difficult task. Going into a bookshop (well in Gibraltar’s case, Amazon or Book Depository because...

The Fault In Gibraltar

‘Young prodigy civil engineer Sebastian Luna unveils urban development on cantilevered shelf hovering above Med Sea to the south-east side of the Rock’: this...

A Beard ‘Too Long’ and a God ‘Too Old’ For Santa

‘Too old, and my beard needs trimming. I travel a thousand stadia... spend six hours crammed into uncomfortable easyJet seats... pay out a small...

GIBRALTAR LITERARY FESTIVAL: Schedule of Events

  THURSDAY 14TH NOVEMBER 10:00am Death of a Translator Ed Gorman, Nick Higham The Gibraltar Garrison Library (Festival HQ), 1 hour Ed Gorman will be interviewed by Nick Higham...