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[WATCH] Adele wins big at The Grammy Awards
Music 13-02

Adele reluctantly accepted the top Grammy accolades on Sunday night after edging Beyoncé’s Lemonade out for album, song and record of the year

Fixing the moment | Mohamed Keita & Mario Badagliacca
Art 13-02

Photographers Mohamed Keita and Mario Badagliacca speak to Teodor Reljic about how their experiences with documentary photography are shaped by political realities

Valletta Tritons head off to Italy for restoration works
Art 12-02

The Triton statues will be extensively restored in Florence foundry as part of Valletta entrance revamp 

Klimt garden painting expected to sell for over €53m at auction
Art 11-02

Bauerngarten, a 1907 landscape, is considered ‘one of the greatest works by the artist ever to appear at market’

Riding the interdisciplinary wave | Ruben Zahra
Music 09-02

Musician Ruben Zahra speaks to Teodor Reljic about Rhythms of Vision, an upcoming interdisciplinary event merging music and visual art and taking place at the Manoel Theatre, which forms part of Zahra’s Modern Music Days initiative

The sado-masochistic evening at the theatre you’ve been waiting for | Jo Caruana & Thomas Camilleri
Theatre & Dance 08-02

Teodor Reljic speaks to actors Jo Caruana and Thomas Camilleri, who will be taking on the David Ives play-within-a-play Venus in Fur in what promises to be an erotically-charged two-hander laced with dark humour

Chainsmokers to headline this summer’s Isle of MTV
Music 07-02

The Chainsmokers, singers of the world-famous hits Closer and Don't Let Me Down, will headline this year's Isle of MTV festival   

Film review | Under the Shadow: The true horrors of history writ supernatural
Film 07-02

For better or for worse, we are all framed by our fears and the horror genre is perfectly poised to express this fact of human existence • 4/5

Konrad Mizzi reaches out to youth with Tattingers party
Entertainment 06-02

There are those who plan a bingo night or a day trip to Sicily… and then there are those who plan a night of booze at the Rabat nightclub

13 photos of politicians eating common and crude stuff like pastizzi
Entertainment 06-02

MaltaToday’s pictorial guide to how the powerful masticate political gravitas with unhealthy snacks and high-powered company

President’s official painted portrait unveiled
Art 04-02

Artist Philippa Bianchi, great-grand daughter to famous painter Giuseppi Cali, delivers an impressive painted portrait of President Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca

Get your copy of Vida, out this Sunday with MaltaToday
Entertainment 04-02

Get the February edition of Vida magazine, free with MaltaToday this Sunday

Remote experiences of tangible spaces | Adrian Scicluna
Art 02-02

Artist Adrian Scicluna speaks to Teodor Reljic about his latest exhibition The Seated Traveller, whose thematic trajectory helps him explore how contemporary realities are shaping our perception of the geographical spaces we inhabit

Fine Arts Museum recreated online through 3D imaging technology
Art 01-02

The entire collection held at the National Museum of Fine Arts is now available for viewing online after being digitised through 3D scanning

Film review | Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World
Film 01-02

When the legendary German director Werner Herzog releases a movie, you had best sit up and pay attention • 4/5

[WATCH] Malta to participate in second Eurovision semi-final in Kiev
Entertainment 31-01

Malta will be participating the the second Eurovision semi-final, being held on 11 May, in Kiev

Scaling a decade in music | nosnow/noalps
Music 31-01

Ahead of their tenth anniversary show, Teodor Reljic speaks to some of the members of the enduring alternative rock band nosnow/noalps about what kept them going over the past decade, and how they see themselves within the evolving Maltese musical scene

British actor John Hurt dies at 77
Film 28-01

 Sir John Hurt, known for his roles in Alien and the Elephant Man, died on Friday • Hurt had been battling pancreatic cancer

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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