By Mary Foran
In these oh-so-serious times, it’s amazing how St. Valentine’s Day, celebrated on February 14th, is still in
Maria Salmeron received an award for her fight against gender violence but has been convicted for depriving her husband of joint custody
Embassy of the United States of America Madrid, Spain
Message for U.S. Citizens January 28th, 2016 VOTING IN 2016 U.S. ELECTIONS
Prepare for the coming of the Year of the Monkey just the way the Chinese do, and get lucky, happy, and prosperous throughout the reign of the Monkey on the lunar calendar!
"The carnival in Madrid befits not only the feast before the lenghty and solemn Lent but also a feast that’s celebrated by one of Europe’s liveliest people"
The Vienna Symphony Orchestra, centennary symbol of Viennese symphonic life, returns to the Auditorio Nacional de Madrid after its debut in the second season, courtesy of La Filarmonica Concert Society
"If parliamentary elections were held again, the multiparty system would still be around, and so would political instability"
"For Pericet there are no limits, and no title to define or confine her"
"Puigdemont vows to speed up the formation of a new Catalan state the cornerstone of which consists of a Catalan central bank, tax authority, a social security system, and even an embryo military force"
"Countries such as New Zealand tend to associate alcohol with violent behaviour and think of it as marking the transition from work to play and a symbol of recreation and irresponsibility. For Mediterranean countries like Spain it isn’t a drink marking the transition from work to play. Rather, it is part of the normal working day."