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Art 29-03

As the ‘Flame’ and its marking of a new political milestone fuels debate on the haphazard planning of monuments in the capital city, experts warn how Valletta risks being trivialised

Film review | Moonlight: A personal opus in miniature
Film 28-03

Jenkins masterfully unpicks Chiron’s psyche at key moments in his life, allowing for visual interludes that interlace memory and dream life to unfold the emotional beats of the story • 5/5

Heritage Malta paying €31,000 for De Valette dagger exhibition
Cultural Diary 27-03

Grand Master de Valette's famous dagger is currently on display at the National Museum of Archaeology 

Coherent display for incoherent elements | Sandro Debono
Art 27-03

Curator Sandro Debono delves into how what was once a brief for yet another ‘Caravaggio exhibition’, Land of Sea has evolved into something larger, and which forms part of Malta’s EU Presidency programme

V18 Foundation clinches Melina Mercouri prize and €1 million grant
Valletta 2018 26-03

The prize, named after the Greek actress Melina Mercouri, was awarded in recognition of the work carried out by Valletta 2018 to highlight the richness and cultural diversity of Valletta.

Over 90% of theatre spaces in Malta are located outside Valletta
Theatre & Dance 24-03

First ever audit of theatre spaces in Malta and Gozo published

Russia rejects Eurovision’s offer of ‘satellite’ performance to barred singer
Music 24-03

Russia's Channel One refused an offer by Eurovision Song Contest organisers to have singer Yulia Samoilova participate by satellite after Ukraine blocked her from entering the country to take part in the popular event

Attention book lovers: Campus book festival programme is out
Books 23-03

The University campus book festival will be taking place early next month, aimed at promoting literature and giving publishers and book distributors a space for self-promotion

International Spring Orchestra Festival to hold 12 Vienna-inspired performances
Music 23-03

This year's International Spring Orchestra Festival will feature Viennese composers from different eras, as well as Viennese musicians, according to its artistic director

Ukraine bars Russia's Eurovision entrant over Crimea visit
Music 22-03

Ukraine has barred Russia's entry for the 2017 Eurovision song contest from entering the country after she violated entry Ukrainian laws

Illustrating worlds | Julinu
Art 22-03

Iggy Fenech sits down with award-winning illustrator Julinu (Julian Mallia) to discover the work that has gone into illustrating one of the more ambitious projects he has been involved in: Colours in Motion

Film review | Skull Island: Having beastly fun on a monster paradise
Film 22-03

Kong: Skull Island is a film that wears its influences on its sleeve but then just gets on with telling a rollicking and ludicrous story full of sound and fury, and apologising for very little • 3.5/5

Glitch festival 2017 line-up announced
Music 21-03

Glitch festival returns to Malta this summer after its successful debut last year, with a rare appearance by Mr G

Inewsmalta in major blunder over ‘St Julian’s sex' story
Entertainment 21-03

Whoops! Inewsmalta recycles voyeuristic story from the Mirror and claims sex act had taken place in St Julian's 

Gazing past generic boundaries | Eyes to Argus
Music 21-03

Ahead of an upcoming gig at Rumours, Teodor Reljic speaks to the eclectic band Eyes to Argus, whose sound is a deliberate affront to any stale-and-staid definition of genres, though they’d be the first to tell you that all they’re doing is a little bit of jamming... 

Chuck Berry, rock ‘n’ roll pioneer, dies aged 90
Music 19-03

Police in St Louis, Missouri confirm musician’s death after being found unresponsive at his home on Saturday afternoo

Mintoff monument sculptor’s ‘flame’ on Castille Square celebrates Maltese emancipation
Art 17-03

Bronze ‘flame’ celebrates emancipatory role of men and women in journey from Malta’s colonial past to holding the presidency of the European Council

Libel and garnishee threats fly in party vultures’ latest social media feud
Entertainment 16-03

Do you even bogan? Daphne Caruana Galizia opens the freezer of precautionary warrants on Glenn Bedingfield’s stomping ground

Malta’s tunnel ferry from Valletta to Sliema clinches UNESCO’s green light
Valletta 2018 16-03

It will take just 20 minutes to travel from Sliema to the Three Cities thanks to a tunnel ferry system that will connect harbour towns and capital Valletta

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