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Get your copy of Vida, out this Sunday with MaltaToday
Entertainment 02-12

The December issue of Vida is out this Sunday, free with your copy of MaltaToday

Vella Gera snubs National Book Prize to be held at Prime Minister’s office
Books 01-12

Best-selling author tears up invitation for National Book Prize, says authors should stand up to power not be an accomplice

Feature film ‘Papillon’ completes filming in Malta
Film 30-11

Filming in Malta for the remake of ‘Papillon’, starring Charlie Hunnam, was successfully completed last week

Film review | Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: Beast of a blockbuster done right
Film 30-11

JK Rowling herself makes a more than competent screenwriting debut with a story reverse-engineered from her original boy wizard saga • 3/5

The trouble with ‘identity’ | Stephen Bonanno
Art 30-11

Maltese literature lecturer Stephen Bonanno speaks to Teodor Reljic about Jiena (x’)jien?, an upcoming conference that seeks to explore the dynamic of the subject in contemporary Maltese literature

Omid Djalili: ‘Immigration crisis’ might be one of the biggest lies we’ve ever fallen for
Entertainment 29-11

The British-Iranian comedic sensation Omid Djalili speaks to Teodor Reljic about the West’s cluelessness on migration, the irresistible comedy value of Donald Trump and the need to respond to current events with honesty and humour

Progressive lurch to the top
Music 29-11

Event co-organiser and member of participating band Viper Soup Complex Michael Spiteri speaks to Teodor Reljic about Prog the Islands: Archipelaprog

Bursting the baroque bubble
Music 23-11

Ahead of its third edition, Teodor Reljic speaks to Joseph Lia, Artistic Director of the Malta International Organ Festival, which will this year be taking place from November 19 to December 9 across various cathedrals, basilicas and churches in both Malta and Gozo

Film review | A Street Cat Named Bob: Holiday schmaltz with a welcome side of grit
Film 23-11

A bestselling literary phenomenon that incorporates childhood trauma and a cute cat • 3/5

40 years on, the world still loves Rocky Balboa
Film 22-11

Written in three days, shot over 28 days and costing a mere $1 million, “Rocky” went on to become 1976’s highest-grossing film and carve itself a niche in cult film history

A comic book bromance
Books 22-11

UK-based creative collaborators, writer Dan Watters and artist Caspar Wijngaard speak to Teodor Reljic about their genre-hopping and voodoo-tinged comic LIMBO as well as their forays into the worlds of Dark Souls and Assassin’s Creed

[WATCH] The cartoonist who broke the barriers of fear
Art 22-11

Ali Ferzat, whose work has irked many regimes in the Middle East and beyond, said the terror experienced in France is the same as the terror experienced in Syria

Georgia wins the 2016 Junior Eurovision Song Contest
Entertainment 21-11

10-year-old Mariam Mamadashvili, representing Georgia, has won the 2016 Junior Eurovision Song Contest

National Book Council announces Terramaxka Prize winners
Books 17-11

The eight winners of the Terramaxka Prize 2016 have been announced as part of the official opening of the Malta Book Festival

Meeting our monster heritage | Joseph Bugeja
Art 17-11

For painter Joseph Bugeja, the creepy creatures from Maltese folklore have become something of a labour of love. He speaks to Teodor Reljic about the spark behind his 'Hotel Babaw' exhibition, and the value of preserving the monsters of yore

A healthy emphasis on the process | Sarah Maria Scicluna
Art 16-11

As the final instalment of an ongoing series of interviews with artists participating in Divergent Thinkers, Teodor Reljic speaks to Sarah Maria Scicluna, who won the competition that underpinned the exhibition

Film review | Doctor Strange: Just what the doctor ordered
Film 16-11

Marvel Studios gets a welcome jolt of colour with this Benedict Cumberbatch starring dimension-hopping romp • 3.5/5

[WATCH] Turning to ‘Tripfolk’
Music 15-11

The title of Etnika’s upcoming new album is a zany mouthful that promises a fresh jolt of old-but-new sounds from Malta’s pioneering folk music act. Teodor Reljic spoke to the band about what we can expect from ‘Maddalena’s Marvellous Tripfolk Klabb’ ahead of its online release in a couple of days’ time

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Protestors calling on Lawrence Cutajar to resign as Police Commissioner
Thousands attend demonstration in wake of Daphne Caruana Galizia's murder
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