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  • Aiming higher in dance

    Founded in 1999, The Dance Workshop established itself as one of the leading Maltese dance schools.  It is the studio’s policy to ensure that the students receive the best possible dance training. This can only be done with the best teachers, of...

  • Raising the barre

    Raising the barre

    Having recently celebrated its 25th anniversary with a performance titled Dance Jubilee at the Mediterranean Conference Centre and an international dance course, The College of Dance is ready to embark on another exciting year. Students of the...

  • Get ready for the good stuff

    Get ready for the good stuff

    They’re called Goody Good Stuff and are now available locally. They taste divine, but usually things that taste so good are not really good for our health and might be exclusively for people who do not suffer from any food allergies or...

  • New academic year at the conservatoire

    New academic year at the conservatoire

    The Johane Casabene Dance Conservatoire (JCDC) aims to help, nurture and promote local talent. The JCDC teaching faculty believes that hard work, determination, passion and dedication are all essential to attain a high level of technical and...

  • Dancers of tomorrow

    Dancers of tomorrow

    Marisha Bonnici, artistic director at ArtsExcel, looks at the school as a home for young, talented and versatile dancers. ArtsExcel aims to create a space for dancers and artists to work together and explore artistic...

  • A passion for professional dancing

    A passion for professional dancing

    Dance Project Studios in Pembroke amalgamates various forms of creative arts with a particular focus on merging classical dance with the latest commercial MTV-style street moves and funky jazz fusions. The school offers classes in hip-hop,...

  • The art of dancing

    The Academy of Dance Arts provides children with the opportunity to enrich their lives while encouraging artistic growth. Students at the academy achieve very high results in International examinations held annually at the school. The studios are...

  • The beauty of theatre

    The beauty of theatre

    “To inspire and enrich young people through the performing arts. This is our vision,” says Edward Mercieca, senior principal at Stagecoach Theatre Arts School(Malta). “So many children have come to us over theyears. The life skills that they have...

  • Studying dance professionally

    Studying dance professionally

    The Alison White Dance Studio, now running successfully for 35 years, has a rich heritage of past students who have gone on to perform with international productions in theatre, television and film. The school has put up productions such as...

  • Downey Jr, Duvall kick off Toronto film festival

    Downey Jr, Duvall kick off Toronto film festival

    Actors Robert Downey Jr and Robert Duvall brought their father-and-son dysfunction drama The Judge to Toronto on Thursday to open the city’s film festival, an early arbiter in the movie industry’s awards season. Toronto’s opening gala gives a note...

  • Action needed to reduce global suicide rate

    More than 800,000 people each year worldwide commit suicide − around one person every 40 seconds − with many using poisoning, hanging or shooting to end their own lives, the World Health Organisation said. In its first global report on suicide...

  • WHO ‘gives misleading view on e-cigarettes’

    WHO ‘gives misleading view on e-cigarettes’

    A World Health Organisation-commissioned review of e-cigarettes contains errors, misinterpretations and misrepresentations, meaning policymakers may miss their potential health benefits, a group of tobacco addiction experts said. In a critique of...

  • E-cigarettes ‘gateway to harmful drugs’

    E-cigarettes ‘gateway to harmful drugs’

    Like conventional cigarettes, electronic cigarettes may function as a ‘gateway drug’ that can prime the brain to be more receptive to harder drugs, US researchers said. The findings, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, add to the...

  • Dame Helen is mad about mashed potato

    Dame Helen is mad about mashed potato

    Dame Helen Mirren has confessed she cannot resist mashed potato and has to indulge occasionally, despite believing it is bad for her figure. The 69-year-old actress plays a chef in new film The Hundred-Foot Journey but recently said she knew the...

  • Sofia Vergara is highest paid TV actress

    Sofia Vergara is highest paid TV actress

    For the third consecutive year, Colombian actress Sofia Vergara, one of the stars of the hit ABC comedy Modern Family, is the highest paid actress on US television, with estimated earnings of $37 million, Forbes magazine said. Like last year,...

  • Venice festival throws spotlight on Mafia

    Venice festival throws spotlight on Mafia

    An Italian documentary about the Mafia whose director said she checked all the facts “1,400 times” cast a spotlight at the Venice Film Festival on a mooted, covert deal between Italy’s political establishment and organised crime. La Trattativa...

  • Clooney to direct film on UK phone hacking scandal

    George Clooney will direct a film about the phone hacking scandal that ensnared some of Britain’sbiggest media figures and politicians, studio Sony Pictures Entertainment said. Hack Attack is based on the 2014 book of the same name by journalist...

  • The last wines to be pressed

    The last wines to be pressed

    One of the last international white grapes from the 2014 harvest to be pressed at the Delicata winery was the Vermentino, approximately 51,000 kilos of it. This grape is used exclusively in the Classic Collections Landini, in the winery’s Medina...

  • Lamb rack with rosemary sauce and ragout of spring vegetables

    Lamb rack with rosemary sauce and ragout of spring vegetables

    Ingredients1 rack of lamb with three cutlets for each portionOil for frying For the rosemary sauce1 litre lamb stock750ml red wine2 fresh rosemary sprigs For the marinadegarlic, paprika, oregano, coriander, rosemary,black pepper and some olive...

  • New hope for MS treatment

    Scientists say they have discovered how to ‘switch off’ autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis (MS) and type 1 diabetes. Researchers at the University of Bristol, who describe the work as an ‘important breakthrough’, say it could improve...

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