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The reality of the ‘Art Attack’

There are a few possible scenarios which may understandably make you feel rather sick. The sight of blood, officially called haemophobia, may cause a...

Culture Club: To Airbnb or Not To Be?

“Don’t become one of those girls from Taken”, Mum tutted as I pawed through endless experiences on the glittering new ‘it’ travel tourism site...

The most significant transfer this summer? The transfer of domineering power...

D espite previous incarnations of the all-consuming circus that is football’s summer Transfer Window, it is not unreasonable to suggest that this...

The Legacy of Johan Cruyff

Hendrik Johannes ‘Johan’ Cruijff died of lung cancer on the 24th March aged 68. To football fans in his home nation of the Netherlands,...

Carles Salom: an Interview by Nickie Shobeiry

Carles Salom is an artist and encyclopaedic illustrator living and working in Barcelona. Below, Nickie Shobeiry speaks to him about his past, and about...

Around Barcelona with Gaudi

Our brilliant culture columnist Valentina Vacchelli, takes us to on a tour of Barcelona in her latest article….  Barcelona is a city-temple of art. Every...

A Taste for Travel: Barcelona

Anna Bonet, Travel Columnist, shares her top tips on travelling in Barcelona and gives us a yummy Patatas Bravas recipe at the end! Out of...

Have Barca bitten off more than they can chew?

With the World Cup over, sport editor James Beeson explores whether FC Barcelona have made a mistake in signing the infamous Uruguayan muncher. Luis Suarez...

Champions League: What last week’s results mean

With the identity of the first four teams through to the Champions League quarter-final now known, Will Cafferky takes a closer look at the...

Champions League: What last week’s results mean

With eight teams of the last 16 in the Champions League having already played their first round of matches, Cillian Dunn assesses their chances...