QUIQUE DACOSTA has been one of the skyrocketing new generation leaders of Spanish vanguard signature cuisine. Being at the very pinnacle of the vanguard epicurean movement, he continues breaking free and his design aesthetics are impeccable creations, utilising the most cutting edge marvelous products to do so.
Main course: legendary figures of North American pop Paul Anka and Joan Baez; classic of Spanish pop Los Secretos; Flamenco-flavor José Mercé & Tomatito; Latin American pop idol Antonio Orozco; Spanish soprano Aitana. . . Venue: the elegant Teatro Real, royal as they come. Go for it. It's this July!
Sensational movies in the heart of Madrid. Where? The CentroCentro, of course! Movies you'd want to see again and again in an ambience incredibly evocative of the real Madrid in summer
Your memorable date is waiting for you at the Real Jardin Botanico, an ecclectic mix of renown local and foreign musicians: Supertramp, Woody Allen, Ana Belen, Michael Bolton, Salvador Sobral, Chick Corea, Daryl Hall & John Oates,, etc. etc. etc.
You'd want an authentic Spanish sparkler for your sparkling sangria since sangria is Spanish. To give your sangria the Spanish sparkle, use cava, Spain's sparkling wine.
A visibly elated acting Prime Minister of Spain, Pedro Sanchez, met the press on 2 July 2019 in Brussels, and broke the "extraordinary news” of Josep Borrell's nomination by the European Commission as the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy. “España ha vuelto a Europa (Spain has retunred to Europe,.” he exclaimed.
A comprehensive info in English and Spanish. For a brighter future!
Aly presented his project for creating a unique cultural center with the purpose of establishing a special link between Europe and Africa, in San Adrian de Besós, Barcelona. The presentation took place at the best Egyptian scenario Spain has to offer, the Temple of Debod.
Somehow I always felt that "Europe" began at the Pyrenees, leaving Spain as a magic island of cultural heritage. What has the EU really done to improve the life of the average Spaniard except complicate the panorama a bit more? Perhaps there has been a forward-looking push from up North that has subtlely changed the traditional Spanish attitude of xenophobia. Perhaps some modernization has occurred and the economy is more robust than before. But Madrid is not Paris, and Barcelona is not Berlin, and Rome will always be Rome. If the British can say "no" to the Continent then others may follow suit.
In the case of ‘no deal’ after the withdrawal date of the UK, the rights of EU citizens in the United Kingdom will be governed by UK law, which will need to be interpreted taking into account the UK’s obligations under the European Convention on Human Rights.
EU Member States have prepared or adopted national contingency measures to ensure that UK nationals and their non-EU family members could remain legally resident in the immediate period after a no-deal withdrawal. This report focuses on Spanish measures.
The ageless charm of a town off the beaten track. You'll have to read Juan Angel Serna's moving full account because a pat description here of his beloved town will do the it and him uncalled for injustice.
Forecast: the Spanish economy will maintain a robust growth path: after growing at a rate of 2.6% in 2018, GDP is expected to expand by 2.2% in 2019. Meanwhile, Inditex is on the up and up. Three Spanish companies were highlighted at the Sustainable Growth meeting in Tsukuba within the framework of Japan's G20 presidency, etc. etc.
One of the very first things Madrid's new rightwing government has done was to impose a moratorium on the fines on unauthorized vehicles that enter Madrid Central, thereby allowing that low-emissions area to revert to the free-for-all area it used to be. Fortunately, last week the court stepped in and suspended the moratorium as a precautionary measure. The court ruling will remain in force until a new decision is made. What will the fate of Madrid Central be?
Leave it to ACM to cheer you on for a great Fourth of July celebration!
Palacio de Liria: the official residence of the Duke/Duchess of Alba, the biggest private residence in the capital, next only in importance to the Royal Palace a stone’s throw away. It houses the Fundacion Casa de Alba’s art and historical collection, one of the biggest and most important privately owned collections in Spain. It used to be that you had to wait years for the (paid) privilege of visiting the Liria. But now the House of Alba Foundation has decided to convert the Liria into a regular museum, open to the public everyday
Every single one of you can help. Your participation matters!
800 voice choral performance - “Se mira, pero sí se toca” interactive exhibition - Piano performance to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Leonard Bertstein’s birth - A concert of contemporary music by the Garaiz Ensemble. . .
A titillating exhibition. A unique chance to get to know da Vinci just a little bit more!
There will be an opportunity to ask questions so bring your friends and your doubts. There is no cost to attend, but please register at Eventbrite.
Happy Hour - Seminar: Investing as an American Abroad - Seminar: Fiscal Obligations for US Citizens residents in Spain