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El Garatge: Come on Baby Light my Cheese

El Garatge: Come on Baby Light my Cheese

I don’t always take kindly to waiters blowtorching my meal; especially when I’ve already sytarted nibbling, but at El Garatge, surprising things have a habit of happening. It’s a fun…

Jose Ribera: Lo Spagnoletto

Jose Ribera: Lo Spagnoletto

A walk along the banks of where the River Turia used to flow through Valencia always affords impressive views and a variety of statues and monuments from which we can…

Sail on Sailor: Imperium Maris

Sail on Sailor: Imperium Maris

  Imperium Maris was founded in Valencia by a group of Friends who, like many Valencian after the America’s Cup sailed away into the sunset, asked themselves the question: ‘Now…

Bluegrass from Benaguasil

Bluegrass from Benaguasil

  You don’t have to trek along the Appalachian trail any longer to hear good Bluegrass music, or even buy yourself an Earl Scruggs album. Valencian group Badlands are bringing…

El Genovés

El Genovés

The name Francisco (Paco) Cabanes may not ring many bells, even among born and bred Valencians. However, there are not many Valencians who have not heard of ‘El Genovés’. El…

UK immigrants in Spain – the forgotten voices.

UK immigrants in Spain – the forgotten voices.

  By Chris Dennison. On Saturday 3rd September, and coinciding with the Remain marches held in several cities in the UK, 10 members of the Bremain Expats in the Valencian…

UO; Unashamedly Original

UO; Unashamedly Original

Having secured an extensive distribution network all over Spain, the Valencian company UO*Estudio has now gone international. Starting with Italy and France, and showcasing their products at trade fairs in…

It’s a Dog’s Life…in Rafelbunyol

It’s a Dog’s Life…in Rafelbunyol

Every dog has it’s day, and that day, for the dogs of Rafelbunyol, was 18th September 2016, when Spain’s first concert for dogs took place. Composer Jesus Salvador Chapi composed a…

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