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...

A CAPELLA – standalone voice of fine arts and romance

Abstract artist Capella Van Ryan is returning to Gibraltar where she and her husband Colin were married 13 years ago, to renew their vows...

FOR THE LOVE OF LITERATURE

  Profiling some of the speakers from this year’s upcoming Gibraltar Literary Festival. It’s all too easy to fall into a digital wormhole these days. I...

OLYMPICALLY CORRECT

  Jupiter’s claim to a Bay of Gibraltar temple raises Zeus’ hackles ...and the Father of the Gods ponders the reality of Political Correctness ‘Do we still...

#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...

OLYMPIAN GODS: When in Rome

‘There’s an English saying that “Rome wasn’t built in a day”,’ Hera remarked, surveying the ruins of the Forum. ‘But it looks as though...

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...

OLYMPUS – Fake Fur Fury

  Fake furs are a manmade excuse for the poor to envy their betters. 'There are times when the mind processes of these mortals beggar belief.’...

TM Caruana’s Arakzeon City

  Blond and brunette realms unite in T.M. Caruana’s fantasy novel: Arakzeon City. Game of Thrones meets Trois Hommes et un Couffin with a dash of...

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...