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Luis Fonsi

by Jessica on Thursday, August 6, 2015

Luis Fonsi is a Puerto Rican singer, composer, producer and instrumentalist with 17 years of experience in the music world. He is seen as a model of Latin American music, and has spearheaded the success of Latin music… more »

The Marimba

by Jessica on Thursday, July 23, 2015

A Traditional Percussion Instrument in Central AmericaA member of the percussion family, the marimba has a long history dating back to the African slaves that came to Mexico in the 17th Century. The marimba was… more »

Malaga Football Club

by Jessica on Thursday, July 2, 2015

Lying on the south coast of Spain, the Andalusian city of Malaga is home to Malaga Football Club, or, as it is known in Spain, Malaga Club de Fútbol. Founded in April 1904 and based at the La Rosaleda ground,… more »

Huevos de Oro - Bigas Luna

by Hannah on Thursday, June 18, 2015

Starring the internationally renowned Javier Bardem as its protagonist Benito González, Huevos de Oro or Golden Balls as it’s known in the English speaking world, is a 1993 fast paced Spanish film… more »

The Castle of Xativa

by Hannah on Thursday, June 4, 2015

This magnificent castle, located about 40km and an hour away from Valencia, in the city of Xàtiva, is located on the old Via Augusta, which leads down towards Cádiz and Cartagena. Making the journey up to… more »

My Experience Living in Peru

by john on Thursday, May 7, 2015

Peru - Probably One of the World’s Greatest Travel DestinationsPeru has so much to offer whatever type of tourism you enjoy from exquisite beaches and beautiful scenery to exhilarating hikes and myriad historical… more »

Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015

by john on Thursday, April 23, 2015

It’s nearly that time of the year when people will sit down in front of their televisions to watch 39 countries battling it out in one of the world´s biggest singing competition. Eurovision 2015, which… more »

Spain's Environmental Initiatives

by john on Thursday, April 2, 2015

Working Towards a Greener FutureIn March 2015 Spain participated in the global Earth Hour initiative. As part of this World Wildlife Fund (WWF) scheme, which aims to raise awareness of climate change ahead of the… more »

Call me Óscar - With an Accent on the O

by Lauris on Friday, March 20, 2015

Versión española abajoThe American cinema industry is experiencing times of change which Sean Penn reflected to a certain extent, during the Academy Awards Ceremony on 22nd February, when he said… more »

Chess in Spanish schools

by David on Thursday, March 12, 2015

If nothing goes awry, Spanish grade school children may be taking Chess class along with math, language and art. The Spanish parliament's education committee has unanimously agreed to push for the incorporation of… more »

Trouble in Badminton Paradise

by David on Thursday, March 5, 2015

Spain is living a magical moment with regard to sports. Not counting last year's soccer and basketball World Cups, Spanish sport has been surging with momentum thanks to victories in variety of sports like… more »

Spain Mourns the Passing of Wilfred

by David on Thursday, February 26, 2015

Recently a very special soccer player passed away in Madrid. This soccer player never made it to the Champions or a league championship, but he did make an impact on Spanish soccer in a way that few others have done.… more »

Electronic or Paper Books?

by Lauris on Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Versión Española abajoThere’s no shortage of opinions out there on the evolution, or the revolution it seems you could call it, that the world of books is experiencing today. Technological advances… more »

The State of Fine Dining in Spain

by David on Monday, February 16, 2015

Versión española abajoSince the 1970's, Spain has been growing as a culinary powerhouse making a name for itself and its regional cooking. This trend began in with the great Juan Mari Arzak and the… more »

Spain's Most Popular YouTuber

by David on Thursday, February 12, 2015

El RubiusYouTube has swept the planet with its ability to offer something to everyone. Not surprisingly some of the most popular channels to be found are channels related to videogames. Spain is no exception and we… more »

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