Women’s balancing act

The pandemic has made it clear that women still carry the main burdens in the family

All doom and gloom

The presenter of El Punt Avui TV’s The Week in Football, Barney Griffiths, reviews how Catalonia’s leading football clubs ended the most unusual of seasons

Between heaven and earth

Cadí-Moixeró is a mountain barrier formed by the Serra del Cadí range on the west side and the Serra del Moixeró on the east. They are connected by the Tancalaporta pass and extend for more than 30...

The dead bee that stings

Juan Marsé, who died aged 87 on July 18, was widely considered Spain’s finest contemporary novelist. His great subject was the defeated Barcelona of his 1940s childhood. “No post-war ever had a better poet,” wrote Manuel Vázquez Montalbán.

“Living too together?”

Back in mid-July, after more than four months, I (reluctantly) set foot in the city of Barcelona. I also made the mistake of driving in the centre, having wisely used public transport in the past.I love...

The world goes back to school

On September 14, face-to-face classes return to schools amid government assurances that classrooms are safe and families’ fears that they will become a hotbed of contagion for children. This will be no normal, or easy, school year

Neil Stokes
THE LAST WORD
Neil Stokes

Sound of silence

Martin Kirby
HEADING FOR THE HILLS
Martin Kirby

Lynx

Barney Griffiths
THE CULTURAL TIGHTROPE
Barney Griffiths

Which language?

Matthew Tree
Long-term resident
Matthew Tree

A king for a king

Marcela Topor
from the editor
Marcela Topor

Holidays in times of coronavirus

Neil Stokes
THE LAST WORD
Neil Stokes

The shirt off my back

THE CULTURAL TIGHTROPE

POWER to the people

David and Goliath
HEADING FOR THE HILLS

David and Goliath

Hell’s kitchen
Long-term resident

Hell’s kitchen

THE LAST WORD

Sophie’s CHOICE

Ingrid Teixidor
Celler Oliveda

Ingrid Teixidor

Joan Mateu
Painter

Making the ordinary extraordinary

Basketmaker
Tortellà (Garrotxa)

Dani Iglesias

Actors, co-founders of escapade theatre
(Barcelona)

Sue Flack & Caspar

Pere Grau i Rovira
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A second homeland

Anna Mallorquí Quintana
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Open and international

Laura Calçada
.

A city of diversity

JULIETA SIEBER-GUARDIOLA
Julieta studied architecture at the ETSAB and moved to Switzerland in 1995.

A dynamic city

Worst harvest of the century

A unique archeological site next to the lake

Consumption in the spotlight

Books and roses till midnight

Quartet Gerhard
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“Coming back home is the best way to celebrate 10 years”

Carme Portaceli
New head of the Catalan National Theatre (TNC)

“The TNC must be a gateway for Catalan theatre”

Marta Coca
Director of 080 Barcelona Fashion

“We must promote Catalan fashion at this critical time for the industry”

Elena Neira
Professor of audiovisual communication

”It’s all a battle for data and whoever wins it, gets the power”

Toni Garcia Ramon
CULTURAL JOURNALIST

“Bill Murray told me, ’No one will ever believe you’”

In full view of the tombs

In full view of the tombs

English Hours is the irregular diary of the two years (1926 to 1928) that the historian Ferran Soldevila spent as a lecturer at Liverpool University

Zdgt and Bst

SHAKESPEARE: sex and angels

Wine cellar. ANNA VICENS

Wine route through D.O. Alella

Basket
Text: CUINA MAGAZINE Photo: Anna García Frigola

King of sausages

Wine cellar. ANNA VICENS

Wine route through D. O. Empordà

Basket
Text: CUINA MAGAZINE Photo: Anna García Frigola

A peach like no other

Blockchain, far beyond bitcoin

The never-ending search for digital talent

Mar Gutiérrez-Colón
PHD in English Philology (URV) and head of the team developing the new Art of Reading application

Learning English through fun

Smart Heritage

Blanes, 2019
Photo: oriol duran

Make way for the Carnival King!

Horrorland, Cercs 2018
Photo: ACN

Are you ready for the fright of your life?

Festa major in Banyoles
Photo: Sara Cabarrocas

A cause for celebration

Llorenç del Penedès
Photo: Courtesy of town council

Night of fire and witches