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King and tree4

Kate Curtis’s new bilingual book tells a simple and powerful story with full page colour illustrations. The second edition is currently being crowdfunded -

barcelona after the flood

  Se dice que el apocalipsis es inminente, pero qué matices va tener? The Glowing End de Javi Corellano ofrece una visión aguda y perceptiva

Eran cuatro socios los que inauguraron el Sidecar Factory Club en 1982, en la Plaça Reial. De los originales queda Robert Tierz, un scorpión

Hunter's moon_ Chelsea Davine

Artist and local resident Chelsea Davine was cycling around the Sant Gervasi neighbourhood when she spotted the recently inaugurated Kaoni Gallery.  Originally from London,

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Miss Q Pia Nielsen

You might already have encountered the eclectic Miss Q, alter ego of Danish singer and performer Pia Nielsen who has been living in Barcelona

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Banana Yoshimoto

[caption id="attachment_9" align="alignleft" width="550"] Banana Yoshimoto (c) Fumiya Sawa[/caption] The Salon del Manga has an extensive programme which reaches beyond the comics, cosplay and characters

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Sala Hiroshima continues to steadily carve a niche as Barcelona’s most exciting venue for the performing arts and contemporary creation. Its second summer has

Come taste the wine, come hear the band ! The eclectic Catalan artist, poet and performer Kiku Mistu presents an innovative new project at

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This powerful performance fuses dance, film, music and lighting around collective catharsis through live music events and their central character, called “Introducing the Star.”

A poetic action goes beyond the moment itself and touches on a deeper level of reality. Fleeting, barely perceptible, it can be confusing territory,

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