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Sergio López, Silver Medalist 2017 Global Music Awards

Sergio López, Silver Medalist  2017 Global Music Awards

The Valencian composer Sergio López López has been awarded a silver medal at the Global Music Awards of California in the form of “Composition / Composer and Creativity / Originality”…

Valencia Basketball: (Still) Simply the Best

Valencia Basketball: (Still) Simply the Best

On 16th June 2017 Valencia Basketball Club beat Real Madrid to win the play offs by 3 matches to 1 and so became champion for the first time in its…

SET JETTING IN ALICANTE: August 2017

SET JETTING IN ALICANTE: August 2017

Alicante province has long been the Hollywood of Europe, and among the stars who have made films here are Bruce Willis, Henry Cavill, Yul Brynner, Peter Ustinov, Dirk Bogarde, Sir…

Valencian Football in New York New York

Valencian Football in New York New York

Football, or soccer if you want to avoid an argument, is becoming increasingly popular in the United States, and Valencia Football Club is doing its bit with the launching of…

Without Pity: A Valencian Vision of the Crisis

Without Pity: A Valencian Vision of the Crisis

The Valencian journalist, cinema festival organiser and great Communicator Bernardo Carrión has published a novel called Sinpiedad: ‘Without Pity’ published by Almuzara. The book is highly contemporary, being set in…

ESPAÑA DE CINE in Valencia:

ESPAÑA DE CINE in Valencia:

Everybody knows how much The Lord of the Rings has done to promote and increase tourism in Spain; this kind of cinema tourism, or set-jetting, has a ripe, largely under-exploited…

Mediterranean Cinema in Valencia

Mediterranean Cinema in Valencia

The foundation ‘Asamblea de Ciudadanos y Ciudadanas del Mediterráneo’ (FACM) is creating a space for Mediterranean cinema in collaboration with the Aragó Cinema co-operative. ‘Cinema Mediterrani als Aragó’ is an…

The Admiral’s Baths

The Admiral’s Baths

Tucked at the end of a narrow, crooked street in the Mediterranean city of Valencia, you may be surprised to come upon an ancient public bathhouse, a surprising relic from…

Peter BB Davis Exhibits in Oliva

Peter BB Davis Exhibits in Oliva

British musician/composer and painter Peter Davis considers himself  “most fortunate (I know!) to live a major part of my life in a villa in Oliva”. He has an exhibition of…

Little Tin Soldiers: Ten Years After

Little Tin Soldiers: Ten Years After

The number of museums in Valencia has grown considerably in recent years, and one outstanding one is the L’Iber, which houses the largest collection of toy soldiers in the world,…

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