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Something totally unexpected occured this year. Madrid Mayor Carmena wanted the Nuevo Futuro, headed up by Infanta Pilar de Borbon, aunt of King Felipe VI, to pay the rent of the venue of their bazaar. The royal princess obliged
Ironically for Spanish historians, the changeover from Obama to Trump is being called “The Transition” in the States: totally different circumstances, but a similar “changing of the guards” scenario
"The amount of news and blogs, print or digital, audio or video, we’re getting here about it, you’d think we’re not only intimately affected by the process; we need all that information because we’re going to the polls on Tuesday!"
After 315 days of a caretaker government, Spain can finally get on with
the business of truly running the country
"Ghosts" roam on All Souls Day!
May you have the "witchiest" of Halloween!
The Constitutional Tribunal of Spain has ruled on 20 October 2016 that in nixing bullfights the regional government of Catalonia has overstepped the bounds of its jurisdiction
The dunes are unique. They move from the beach to the river
The back and forth mudslinging that has been happening in this most unusual presidential campaign has people wondering just who they will vote for in November. The Vice-Presidential pick just might tip the scales one way or the other