Any and everything about the fascinating capital city of Spain — and the Autonomous Community of Madrid — from its rich history through its vibrant present to what the future holds, recounted from every angle imaginable.
This category, however, goes beyond Madrid; it embraces stories of what occurred, are occurring, and will probably occur in the Spanish nation whose capital is Madrid.
A survey of approximately 2,000 film fans found Star Wars' lightsaber the most popular weapon in film history. Throughout the Holidays its gigantic version can be viewed in Madrid. Ogle now!
It isn't that Madrid is Spain's greatest bike city. Valencia is a bigger pedal pusher. But Madrid is getting there!
LA NUEVA MUJER is a collection of 10 American stories by early feminist authors, a sparkling array of early-twentieth century stories some of which have never been translated into Spanish before. A great read! So is the interview with the translator. Read on!
The Holidays are on at ASM; no holding 'em back now!
Here's what the American Club of Madrid has lined up for the month of Thanksgiving. Enjoy!
For the past eight years air pollution in Madrid has consistently topped European Union limits. But some studies rank Madrid as eco-friendly thanks to the city government's plan to reduceambient air pollution!
Until Sunday, November 5th, the theme park will be in spirit with a series of haunted houses, scare zones, shows, and some Halloween costumes that look almost a little too realistic. Voted the best Halloween in Spain!
Fantasy. Horror. Science fiction. Black comedy. They could all be an early Halloween treat for you, thanks to the Festival Internacional de Cine Fantástica Nocturna Madrid
One of the infallible ways to get to know the real Madrid is through the stomach? You bet! For example, to feast on the Cocido Madrileño (Madrid stew) is to savor the history of Madrid
Amor. Adventure. Ambition. The musical comedy, generously spiced with acid wit, delves into the life of Madrileña Maria Ines Calderon, more popularly known as La Calderona (1611– 1646), the most important actress in the Spain of the seventeenth century who became the mistress of King Felipe IV.