The unofficial Catalan referendum with voting taking place in 166 municipalities yesterday is one of the highlights of today’s Spanish press, Monday 14th December 2009.
“Photography is a small voice, at best, but sometimes one photograph, or a group of them, can lure our sense of awareness”. That quotation by American photojournalist, war photographer and artist [1918 – 1978] highlights some of the forces of reportage photography: its value as a historical document for information and power to change the […]
Christopher Columbus was actually a Scotsman called Pedro Scotto and his family originally came from Scotland, too claims a Spanish historian. In a report by The Telegraph, these allegations made by Alfonso Ensenat de Villalonga have turned upside down the normally accepted narratives regarding the famous explorer’s origins. He is said to be the son […]
Ok I know we all know what goes on but i couldn’t resist this – two Guardia Urbanos drinking beer in a bar/restaurant in Barcelona. Is this right? Is this normal? According to a lot of my Spanish and Catalan friends – yes it’s quite normal here in Spain for traffic cops to have a […]
Own goal or a winner? Thierry Henry takes aim at Spain’s claim on Catalonia ‘is not Spain’ Away games could be about to become a lot more difficult for one of the world’s greatest footballers. Thierry Henry, the former Arsenal striker who transferred to Barcelona two years ago, has provoked the wrath of millions after […]
Estoy muy agradecida de poder haber leido un artículo (30/12/2009) tan valiente ,veraz y real. Muy a pesar de estar vivendo en una sociedad de lo más avanzada y progresista es lamentable palpar como los malos tratos a niños ya sean físicos , los más visibles y aún más los invisibles al ojo humano los […]