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A GUIDEPOST REPRINT: “Who’s Who, Where and Why!,” 15 JUNE 1990

A GUIDEPOST REPRINT: “Who’s Who, Where and Why!,” 15 JUNE 1990 »

6 Oct, 2019
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Micahel Douglas and wife Diandra in Mallorca supervising the renovation of their newly acquired “dream house”// Spanish tenor Placido Domingo opening the glittering homage to Dame Magot Fonteyn at London’s Covent Garden; enthusiastic in their applause were Diana, the Princess of Wales, and Princess Margaret.// Paco Rabanne presenting his latest collection at Madrid’s fashionable Joy Eslava. //Spain’s Infanta Cristina celebrating her 25th birthday in New York and missing her uncle’s (ex King Constantine of Greece) 50th birthday party in London. Some 600 guests attended, including Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip, the Prince and Princess of Wales, and Constantine’s sister and brother-in-law Queen Sofia and King Juan Carlos I of Spain. . .

THE TRUFFLE MAN, MASSIMO VIDONI OF ITALTOUCH

THE TRUFFLE MAN, MASSIMO VIDONI OF ITALTOUCH »

22 Sep, 2019
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Massimo Vidoni: When I was a child, I had discovered the art of truffles when I accompanied my uncle. The early morning preparation and going to the mountains, with the dogs, is where my profound interest really started.  Once the dog pointed to the location where there could of been a possible truffle, it was like a gold rush for me, being well versed in how difficult it was to find truffles. I had started to think of the commercial business end of trading, buying and selling this bespoken gift of Mother Nature and I had gotten hooked !

PEOPLE: CR7 & GEORGINA — HAS THE SPANISH CINDERELLA MARRIED FOOTBALLER PRINCE CHARMING?

PEOPLE: CR7 & GEORGINA — HAS THE SPANISH CINDERELLA MARRIED FOOTBALLER PRINCE CHARMING? »

28 Aug, 2019
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Star footballer Cristiano Ronaldo and his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez may have tied the knot secretly and their – but especially his – fans are all atwitter! What brought the news on was an image of Georgina watching the film Snowhite and the Seven Dwarfs and saying: “Waiting for my husband. Saturday night.”

A Second Opinion: Assisted Suicide–Murder Most Foul!

A Second Opinion: Assisted Suicide–Murder Most Foul! »

2 Jun, 2019
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The Medical profession exists to help people live healthy and fulfilling lives. To twist and skew ethical considerations because of the societal problems of population and aging is to forget the intrinsic value of life itself. “Putting someone out of their misery” is nothing more than “Murder Most Foul!” Murder is against the law, yet exceptions are made. Consistently and often horribly. And Doctors and nurses are involved in every stage. In the States, it is practically a socially acceptable industry.

FEATURING  THE DYNAMIC REPUBLIC OF GEORGIA

FEATURING THE DYNAMIC REPUBLIC OF GEORGIA »

21 May, 2019
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Georgia formed part of the defunct USSR. Like many of the post-Soviet nominal republics, it went through a period of sharp economic decline in the 1990s. Georgia wasn’t one to wallow in post-Soviet syndrome, though. It created an environment for liberal investment which proved irresistible to Western financial institutions. Today, Georgia has much to be proud of and wants the world to know about it. And Spain wholeheartedly supports Georgia's pro-West aspirations.

A Second Opinion: Black Man Walking

A Second Opinion: Black Man Walking »

13 May, 2019
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Americans have a special indebtedness to history with regard to the legacy of black people that other countries may not quite understand, including Spain.

STATESIDE STORIES: May brings Mother’s Day

STATESIDE STORIES: May brings Mother’s Day »

8 May, 2019
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Mother’s Day is Appreciation Day for women who have given life to someone else. Happy Mother’s Day to the Mothers of the World! We owe our lives to them!

I’D CELEBRATE DOS DE MAYO WITH PINTXOS IN SAN SEBASTIAN!

I’D CELEBRATE DOS DE MAYO WITH PINTXOS IN SAN SEBASTIAN! »

6 May, 2019
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I couldn’t possibly let the golden week go untapped. And so I found myself in the lovely city of San Sebastian,, a good 500 km north of Madrid, on Dos de Mayo, imbibing txikitos of txakoli which pairs off perfectly with the divine pintxos. The experience is as close to the taste of earthly paradise as one could get.

ADVENTURES IN SPAIN BY CATHERINE PETIT, PART II OF A THRILLING 5-PART SERIES

ADVENTURES IN SPAIN BY CATHERINE PETIT, PART II OF A THRILLING 5-PART SERIES »

26 Mar, 2019
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I longed to be inside the beautiful León Cathedral again. . . The Burgos Carhedral. . . The Seville Cathedral. . . The Monasterio de San Juan de los Reyes in the magical city of Toledo. . . The Capilla Real de Granada. . . The Monasterio de la Cartuja. . . To walk around the medieval walled city of Avila. . .

INTRODUCTION TO ADVENTURES IN SPAIN by CATHERINE PETIT, A THRILLING FIVE-PART SERIES

INTRODUCTION TO ADVENTURES IN SPAIN by CATHERINE PETIT, A THRILLING FIVE-PART SERIES »

17 Mar, 2019
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Life with my husband was an exciting time. We traveled by car, many times across the states and into Canada. We worked, and enjoyed life. Then one day, unexpectedly, my husband of almost 36 years died – and I was lost.Thank goodness for my brother John who guided me back to the land of the living. I booked a tour of a country I wanted to see: Spain, a place where I did not speak the language. I loved exploring all of the country and when I left that first time, I knew I would return, and I did.