On holiday in Dublin, my wife and I decided to look at the Book of Kells, the famous ninth century illuminated bound copy of the Gospels made by Columban monks. Steve Latham The Book belongs to Trinity College, and is kept in an exhibition in their library. So […]
Summertime on the island is synonymous with an explosion of cultural events and August is now the month when authorities pull off a free programme for the general public designed by everyone, for everyone. One event, in particular, is a hit with the people.
In red, yellow or any other colour sporting the names and faces of women, famous and religious characters distinguish the “ devils ” that roam the streets of Panama, in a kind of gallery of popular art. Nubia Piqueras Grosso Noisy because of the loud music that usually […]
Once upon a time there was a plethora of travel guide publishers and the traveller was spoilt for choice when considering what type of guide to squeeze into their luggage. Sean Sheehan Over the last decade or so, for obvious internet-related reasons, the situation has been transformed. Some […]
Before arriving at the table, food goes through multiple physical and chemical changes. Humans are not only driven by instinct when feeding themselves because over the years they have been cooking the most basic of foods Rachel Pereda Daggers During the nineteenth century, respectable scientists were already teaching […]