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Restaurants and bars, movies, theater, dance, sports arenas, even the home… Keep abreast of what’s going on where, and how you can have the greatest fun.

MADRID CAPITAL’S WINTER 2013 WHERE TO GOs

MADRID CAPITAL’S WINTER 2013 WHERE TO GOs »

11 Jan, 2013
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With the holidays behind us, and on the following lines, I shall be introducing the brilliant relatively new restaurant called RESTAURANT

MADRID’S LAST HORSEMAN GALLOPS HIS WAY INTO LONDON

MADRID’S LAST HORSEMAN GALLOPS HIS WAY INTO LONDON »

6 Jan, 2013
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By Kris Sinclair Christian –

The shifting sands of warfare sweep across the Arabian desert to Egypt. But an Arabic

ENTERTAINING DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON

ENTERTAINING DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON »

15 Dec, 2012
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Doing Modern Christmas the Traditional Way

 

by Mary Canovas

We´re starting a new way of reaching our Guidepost

THE CHEFS & THEIR CULINARY CHOREOGRAPHY

THE CHEFS & THEIR CULINARY CHOREOGRAPHY »

4 Dec, 2012
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Madrid and Girona are cities with a delicious twist, this Christmas and Winter season. Both are delivering extraordinary sensory experiences and

THE SOUND OF MUSIC

THE SOUND OF MUSIC »

25 Nov, 2012
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THE MOST BEAUTIFUL SOUND  YOU’VE EVER HEARD By Kris Sinclair Christian Photos supplied

Yuletide may be the season of rejoicing but it’s

INAUGURATION: WHAT IT TAKES TO MAKE PEOPLE STOP LOOK AND LINGER AT ART EXHIBITIONS

INAUGURATION: WHAT IT TAKES TO MAKE PEOPLE STOP LOOK AND LINGER AT ART EXHIBITIONS »

18 Feb, 2012
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by Rose Maramba

Photos: Inauguration of the Antonio López Exhibition, Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Madrid, by Moreen

A TRIBUTE TO ENRIQUE MORENTE, The Pure Flamenco Rocker

A TRIBUTE TO ENRIQUE MORENTE, The Pure Flamenco Rocker »

14 Feb, 2012
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Enrique Morente, the most influential artist in the contemporary world of jondo music, was also the most controversial. His towering

Let’s Party

Let’s Party »

21 Jan, 2012
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by Mary Canovas

Spring is still nowhere in sight. Temperature normally hovers around freezing point at sundown and