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Music 13-12

Ahead of a December 15 showcase of local progressive rock music – during which they will also be joined by Shlamizard and Krishna – Jimmy Bartolo of Heart of Darkness speaks to Teodor Reljic about the band, which consists of himself and his brother, John

Film Review: A Christmas Prince
Film 12-12

When a reporter goes undercover as a tutor to get the inside scoop on a playboy prince, she gets tangled in some royal intrigue and ends up finding love - but will she be able to keep up her lie?  •1.5/5

Creating the fairy-tale escape
Theatre & Dance 11-12

As Christmas Panto season gets underway, Teodor Reljic sits down for a chat with MADC’s own artistic director Marylou Coppini, who has this year also taken charge of scripting duties for the company’s annual panto – Cinderella

All that geeky stuff
Cultural Diary 11-12

Ahead of a December 15 showcase of local progressive rock music – during which they will also be joined by Shlamizard and Krishna – Jimmy Bartolo of Heart of Darkness speaks to Teodor Reljic about the band, which consists of himself and his brother, John

Alfred Sant takes National Book Prize with ‘Western’
Books 08-12

'Western: bejn rakkonti, bejn divertimenti' awarded first prize at the National Book Prize ceremony

Finding the science in science fantasy | Susan Waitt
Art 08-12

Following a Star Wars-themed exhibition at Esplora in Kalkara, Malta-based but US-born Susan Waitt, co-organiser and artist who cut her teeth at Disney – spoke to Teodor Reljic about the enduring power of George Lucas’ epic space fantasy saga, and how it can even serve to educate us about scientific discoveries and innovations

French-Elvis rock icon Johnny Hallyday dies aged 74
Music 07-12

'He brought a part of America into our national pantheon,' said Macron

More than just reproduction | Jesmond Vassallo
Art 06-12

Started as a desperate bid to educate the Maltese public about the art of printmaking, the iMprint series is back for a third exhibition round. Teodor Reljic speaks to artist and exhibition co-organiser Jesmond Vassallo about iMprint iii, which showcases original prints by the likes of Marc Chagall alongside a wide variety of local and international artists

The signs and signals of public spaces | Fenêtreproject
Art 06-12

Teodor Reljic speaks to Dustin Cauchi and Francesca Mangion, who return to Malta to exhibit the latest work from their art collective, the  Fenêtreproject – No Minimum Presence Required

Film Review: Marvel's The Punisher
Film 05-12

After exacting revenge on those responsible for the death of his wife and children, Frank Castle uncovers a conspiracy that runs far deeper than New York’s criminal underworld • 4/5

Former head of government marketing Johann Grech is Malta’s new film commissioner
Film 01-12

New film commissioner replaces Engelbert Grech, after four years in the post

In search of translator for complete works of Malta’s national poet Dun Karm
Books 01-12

The Maltese national book council is looking for translators to adapt the works of Dun Karm Psaila in English

Valletta icon and saxophonist Joe Curmi ‘il-Puse’ has died aged 90
Music 01-12

Jazz saxophonist who was a staple on the Strait Street musical circuit during wartime Malta

Meeting the devil on the streets of Valletta
Film 01-12

The new series Gypsy & The Devil, a fictional story mostly set in Valletta, launched its pilot episode online, telling the story of a tarot reader who comes face to face with the devil himself

Film Review: Grasping at million-dollar straws
Film 29-11

Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman's selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy • 3.5/5

‘Change is happening’ | Kane Cali
Art 29-11

Artist Kane Cali speaks about his first solo exhibition, Human_Construct, and how it all stems from the pursuit of a ‘mission’ which this formerly UK-based but Malta-born artist always took it upon himself to pursue

[IN PICTURES] Valletta 2018 lights Mdina Glass tree
Valletta 2018 27-11

Valletta 2018 lights up Valletta with Christmas light installations

The beauty of self-indulgence | Michael Spiteri of Proga
Music 27-11

Teodor Reljic speaks to Michael Spiteri of Prog the Islands, one of the organisers behind the upcoming prog-rock mini-festival ‘Proga’ – an outgrowth of a previous concert series, Archipelaprog, which celebrates the burgeoning progressive rock scene on the island

9 songs from the alternative playlist to the vomitorious ‘PM’s playlist’ by the Malta Philharmonic
Music 24-11

Be kind to your ears and stick it to the man with our alternative playlist

The moment when the three men accused of murdering Daphne Caruana Galizia were escorted out of the law courts to be taken back to prison after the case against them will have to be re-assigned to a new magistrate
Accused face their first sitting in compilation of evidence against them for murder of journalist
Daphne Caruana Galizia murder and aftermath - a timeline
Eyes on the road: behind the 27 cameras monitoring Malta’s traffic problem
What do people think of political party fund raisers
Menqa shed used by criminals under police and army watch
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