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  • Inspiring and testing bartenders worldwide

    Inspiring and testing bartenders worldwide

    Over the past 15 years, bartending has regained its place as a reputable profession deserving the same respect as that of a celebrity chef. Bartenders from various backgrounds are mixing their knowledge of classic recipes and preparation methods...

  • Port of Valletta wins award

    Port of Valletta wins award

    For the fourth year in a row Valletta Cruise Port has been named as the Turnaround Port Operator by Cruise Insight. This award for performance in 2014 recognises the impeccable service delivered by the port and the continued development of its...

  • Nothing we haven’t seen before

    Nothing we haven’t seen before

    ChappieDirector: Neill BlomkampStarring: Sharlto Copley, Dev Patel, Hugh Jackman120 mins; Class 15;KRS Film Releasing Johannesburg, South Africa, in the not-so-distant future (2016, to be precise). The police force is reinforced by a series of...

  • The new Passat is Car of the Year 2015

    The new Passat is Car of the Year 2015

    Europe’s ‘Car of the Year 2015’ is a Volkswagen: the new Passat won the prestigious award, which is presented every year by the international ‘Car of the Year’ jury. The winner was announced before the Geneva International Motor Show. “We are...

  • Warhouse for the style-savvy

    Warhouse for the style-savvy

    Warehouse has launched its spring/summer 2015 collection with the modern woman in mind. The new collection, which is aimed at women with a busy schedule and a modern lifestyle, features endless looks and offers women the opportunity to choose what...

  • New spring menu at The Chophouse

    New spring menu at The Chophouse

    The Chophouse at Tigné Point, Sliema, has launched a new spring menu which includes a range of dishes, from fresh mussels and Scottish scallops, to grilled rack of lamb, to the restaurant’s signature burger. Head chef Steve Mamo, who previously...

  • A refreshing take on tradition

    A refreshing take on tradition

    CinderellaDirector: Kenneth BranaghStarring: Lily James, Cate Blanchett, Richard Madde105 mins; Class U;KRS Film Releasing Disney is on a roll. Well, Disney has been on a roll since Mickey Mouse first navigated himself onto the world stage in...

  • A family affair

    A family affair

    Spiridione Deguara (Spiro) developed an interest in classic cars in his early teens. This came about as as he decided to join his uncle’s business in Msida as a panel beater. “I joined him when I was just 14, learning the trade from scratch, and...

  • Event to focus on life without stress

    Event to focus on life without stress

    Seminar and workshop provider One Spirit Personal Development will be addressing the growing issues of workplace stress during an event themed More to Life, to take place on April 11. Jackey Backman, the company’s senior director, has been...

  • New spring range for men has soft fabrics

    New spring range for men has soft fabrics

    The casual atmosphere and soft colours of Pull&Bear’s new men’s range are captured in the brand’s editorial images, shot by English photographer Willem Jaspert. Pull&Bear’s new season designs for men include the launch of a capsule collection,...

  • Less sugar, more taste

    Kinnie Vita is a new variant of Kinnie which contains only half the sugar and calories of a regular soft drink. The drink retains the Kinnie taste but has an added tangy orange twist. Moreover, it contains no artificial sweeteners as it uses a...

  • UK border passport check pledge ‘could hit tourism’

    UK border passport check pledge ‘could hit tourism’

    Britain’s trade and tourism could be undermined because of the bungled implementation of passport checks, a report has warned. Its government has pledged to introduce 100 per cent exit checks on passengers leaving the UK by early next month. But...

  • Clicking onto the big screen

    Clicking onto the big screen

    Following three successful seasons on television, fan favourite Il-Klikka makes its big screen debut. Produced by Martina Zammit and Rachel Cachia for V Squared Media Productions, the story revolves around a typical klikka, a group of friends who...

  • DS World Paris: Swarovski side by side with Divine DS

    DS World Paris: Swarovski side by side with Divine DS

    The DS World Paris, a new showcase dedicated to the world of the Citroën DS, has welcomed Swarovski side by side the Divine DS, a concept car studded with the company’s famous crystals. The new residency will also feature jewellery by Nathalie...

  • Internal causes of arthritis

    Internal causes of arthritis

    Last week we introduced the subject by taking a closer look at arthritis, including diet and exercise. Today, we will continue looking at exercise while also delving into internal causes. Movement is vital to help keep arthritis at bay. Resistance...

  • First solemn entry of the Archbishop of Malta into Mdina Cathedral in 1944

    First solemn entry of the Archbishop of Malta into Mdina Cathedral in 1944

    March 21 was an important moment in the life of the local Church, as newly appointed Archbishop Charles Jude Scicluna took possession of the Maltese diocese. The celebration on the day also saw the new Archbishop’s first solemn entry into his...

  • The future of winemaking

    The future of winemaking

    “To make good wine you must first grow good grapes.” That is a fundamental rule accepted by most winegrowers. Although things can go wrong, turning good grapes into good wine is relatively uncomplicated. There are a number of ways of looking after...

  • Exploring the sacred heart inside city of love

    Exploring the sacred heart inside city of love

    Chances are that you know more about Montmartre than you think. In fact, it is impossible to overestimate just how influential the Parisian arrondissement of Montmartre has been over the past 150 years in the worlds of art, popular culture and our...

  • Malta’s forgotten poet

    Malta’s forgotten poet

    A society that never accepted him and a mind that was too genial to remain sane. Iggy Fenech sits down with author Paul P. Borg to discuss his biography of poet Carmel Attard. Carmel Attard’s life was almost more beautifully tragic – more poetic,...

  • Stop the car-naming madness

    Stop the car-naming madness

    There are two things we couldn’t have foreseen when Nissan unveiled the Qashqai in 2007. The first was just how popular the car would become pretty much overnight and that it would start the most annoying of new car trends – ridiculous names. The...

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