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Wednesday, February 20, 2019

SOLITUDE HOUSE – A dark tale

The fine line between solitude and loneliness cracks into a chasm in the solipsistic novel ominously titled ‘Solitude House’, published by local writer M....

FREEDOM WITHIN FREEDOM WITHOUT

  Michele Attias encourages us to look inside ourselves to shake off external attachments. A prophet with honour in her hometown, life coach, international speaker and...

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...

ZIPP – Unifying the nation

With the slogan ‘better together’ printed on their colour-mismatched T-shirts, Unify - a quintet of six-formers who earlier in the year won the award...

PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLER: Review of Revenge

Back with a vengeance: Review of Revenge, the second book in the trilogy Psycho-Analysis by Catherine Nuza Barely six months after publishing the first book...

CRACKS IN THE PILLARS OF POLITICS

  Arthritic fingers aren’t much fun to lick. 'It was the time of sniffles and snuffles, of coughs and chills. In their old home on Mount...

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 ...

BREAKFAST TABLE TALKS – about academics and alcohol

‘Where do they get the money from for all this scientific jiggery-pokery?’ Zeus jabbed a finger at a crumpled page of The Times in...

OLYMPIAN GODS – Mother of the Gods

‘While Dad’s away, the kids can play,’ Athena sang softly to herself as she poured a liberal splash of Baileys over her breakfast Coco...

#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...