Brexit from a Catalan point of view

The Brexit result has shocked the markets, the political institutions and the wider European societies. This notwithstanding, what lessons can be learnt from the perspective of Catalonia?For instance,...

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B·COME studio

Working for ethical fashion

The city of eternal spring Foto:Arxiu

The city of eternal spring

Why did you leave Catalonia?For work. I have a doctorate in psychology and I'm a researcher and specialist in occupational health and health organizations. In 2012 I was offered a position to lead a challenging...

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Enric Sala

Sculptor

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Toshie Nagashima

Macrobiotic cooking instructor

Hiratsuka

Japanese delight

Why did you leave Catalonia?I think I wanted to leave Catalonia the day I was born, don't misunderstand me, I love my country but I always wanted to travel and “see the World”. The first chance I had...

Marcela Topor
from the editor
Marcela Topor

The war wounds that refuse to heal

Matthew Tree
Long-term resident
Matthew Tree

Aiming for the foot

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viewpoint. brett hetherington
Writer and journalist/ www.bretthetherington.net

On trust and the grape

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gallery. martin capdevila
Journalist

Shifting the paradigm of patriotism

Martin Kirby
HEADING FOR THE HILLS
Martin Kirby

Go on – find out who you really are

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THE CULTURAL TIGHTROPE
BARNEY GRIFFITHS

Racism? That's a bit rich

Venezuelan regime digs its heels in

society

European traffic safety day hailed a great success

SPANISH ECONOMY

Public debt to remain above 60% until 2036

According to the findings of the Independent Authority for Fiscal Responsibility (Airef) presented by the public debt observatory in Madrid yesterday, the profile of Spanish public debt relative to GDP...

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B·COME studio

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Enric Sala

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Norman Vilalta

The city of eternal spring Foto:Arxiu

The city of eternal spring

Dallas

Sold on Texas

OctoberFest seen from the Ferris Wheel.  Foto:ARNAU NAVARRO
Arnau Navarro
Munich

Ten years and not counting

Brexit from a Catalan point of view

The remnants of war

Ready, set, design

Anita Zengeza with Barney Griffiths on El Punt Avui TV. Foto:Arxiu

On a musical journey

James Ross during the interview on El Punt Avui TV. Foto:Arxiu

More than playing the notes

Anna Casassas is the latest winner of the Trajectòria award.  Foto:ANDREU PUIG

The struggle for visibility

A young girl browses on of the book stands at last year's edition of the book fair.  Foto:ALBERT SALAMÉ

Four kilometres of book shelves

Cheap beer, Barcelona's principal tourist attraction.

Avoiding the Sagrada Família

Nancy Cox and the cover of her book, Pleasant Days in Spain.  Foto:ARCHIVE

A city with charm

Tast Jazz - July 2 - Arbeca
july food programme. CUINA magazine

A mouth-watering summer feast

Mestres
Wine cellar. ANNA VICENS

Wine route through cava country

Segura Viudas
Wine cellar. ANNA VICENS

Wine route through Penedès

Futuroscope.  Foto:ARCHIVE

Step into the future

Tesla's Model 3  Foto:EFE
article of the month

The mother of all inventions

Luminescent wearables developed at Eurecat centres

Second skin

Ville d'Angers, 2014 Foto:Thierry Bonnet
Ville d'Angers, 2014
Photo: Thierry Bonnet

An explosion of colour

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Girona, May, 2016
Photo: quim puig

A city in bloom

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Barcelona
Jan 22, 2016 Photo: Josep Losada

What to do with the Born cultural centre?

Join our ECClub to enjoy English language and culture in Catalonia Whether you are a native English speaker who wants cultural activities in your mother tongue or a Catalan who wants to improve and practise your English, Catalonia Today has just the thing for you. For less than six euros a month, our English Culture Club offers a whole world of activities, resources and reading groups held in Abacus stores around the country. More information at ecclub@cataloniatoday.cat. Here are a few of our specials for this month:

  • photo The old Jewish Barcelona

    During this tour, we will wander around the narrow streets of the old Jewish Quarter, explore the ruins of a house owned by a Jewish alchemist, immerse ourselves in the works of Sholomo Ben Adret and learn how the community lived in relative peace until 1391, when a brutal purge brought a dramatic end to their presence in Barcelona.  Thursday July 7 at 7.15pm. Special offer to ECclubbers: FREE For reservation send an email to ECCLUB  

  • Cinema

    Every Thursday in Cinemes de Palamós, every day in Girona’s Cinema Truffaut and Wednesday to Sundays at Cinemes Girona in Barcelona. Get a great price with your ECClub card.