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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

My Fair Lady and Mamma Mia to be staged in 2018 at MCC
Theatre & Dance 15-03

FM Theatre will produce both musicals to mark its landmark 20th anniversary 

Film review | John Wick Chapter 2: Bone-breaking, head-exploding perfection
Film 15-03

John Wick: Chapter 2 is an action movie done right, with a simple but classically validated storytelling structure that establishes an over-the-top world and embraces its overt ridiculousness while doing serious work of crafting a well-paced orgy of violence • 4/5

Music artists want platforms like YouTube to share revenue fairly
Music 14-03

Maltese music creators meet MEP Therese Comodini Cachia ahead of the EU’s copyright overhaul

Notions of safety at the historical crossroads | Nikolas Ventourakis
Art 14-03

Greek artist Nikolas Ventourakis speaks to Teodor Reljic after his one-month residency at Blitz in Valletta yielded to an exhibition – Rituals for our Safety – which takes Malta as a case study for a global, and extremely contemporary, preoccupation with public safety

Finding comedy in grotesque sincerity | Mikhail Basmadjian
Theatre & Dance 13-03

Actor Mikhail Basmadjian, taking the titular role in Il-Mitt Fehma tal-Kavallier John Giordimaina OSCI, speaks to Teodor Reljic about this opinionated but sincere loudmouth, who is composed out of a series of tales and reflections from Trevor Zahra’s ‘Bizzilla’

[WATCH] V18 programme intended to leave a lasting legacy, according to V18 chairman
Valletta 2018 10-03

Jason Micallef calls on both parties to commit to keeping the talent at the V18 foundation beyond 2018

Maltese beauty queen denies ‘fake’ report of Heathrow airport arrest
Entertainment 10-03

Martha Fenech has denied reports that she was arrested in the UK after being caught with drugs at Heathrow airport

The Conqueror Squirm | Andre Agius
Theatre & Dance 08-03

Actor Andre Agius, who will be taking on the role of Charles Marlow in the MADC production of Oliver Goldsmith’s classic stage farce She Stoops to Conquer, speaks to Teodor Reljic about the timeless social comedy, how he's adapting the role for contemporary Maltese audiences, and his take on the state of the local theatrical scene

Malta to ratify UNESCO intangible culture convention
Cultural Diary 07-03

Country will allow aspects of Maltese culture, such as village feasts, to benefit from a status of international cultural protection

Film review | Logan: Fond farewell to a brutal teddy bear
Film 07-03

Logan is a violent but strangely heartfelt tribute to a beloved character, whose passing from the cinematic veil is treated with dignity and a strange, addled form of grace • 4/5

Never mind the digital spittle, here’s B.N.I. | Miguel Debattista
Music 07-03

Teodor Reljic takes the opportunity to chat with B.N.I. guitarist and vocalist Miguel ‘Kinnie’ Debattista about the band’s history and the secret to their enduring appeal, while also hearing out their opinion on the ‘digital spittle’ of so-called ‘social media warriors’

Capturing abandoned spaces | Mark Magro
Art 02-03

Teodor Reljic speaks to curator Mark Magro, whose multimedia experience Forgotten Landscapes – incorporating visual arts, film and a publication – shines a light on some of Malta’s derelict landscape features through the work of various painters and photographers

Searching for severe beauty | Peter Sant
Film 01-03

Maltese-Australian director Peter Sant’s upcoming film Maneland appears to privilege location over narrative. He speaks to Teodor Reljic about what inspired this production

[WATCH] Ann Fenech gets hitched to Konrad Mizzi in hilarious, bawdy Qarċilla
Theatre & Dance 01-03

This is a wedding on a political high: Ann Fenech and Konrad Mizzi are getting married and witnesses are none other than cat-and-dog Glenn Bedingfield and Daphne Caruana Galizia

Film review | Girlfriend's Day: Anti-romantic misfire of the year… and it’s only February
Film 28-02

Girlfriend’s Day could have easily been workshopped as catnip for the bitter anti-Valentine’s Day crowd, given the sad-sack story at its centre • 1/5

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