In order to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the birth of writer, essayist and journalist Carmen de Burgos, also known as Colombine, the Almerian Studies Institute has organised a route around the landscapes where she was born and raised. Literary steps to unveil the secrets of a woman who was ahead of her time, who fought for women’s rights.
Rock runs through their veins and they don’t want to hear anything about reggaeton. They are six young people with ages that go from eight to fourteen years old and that form ‘Devils in the sky’ a rock band born in San Pedro de Alcántara that has already triumped on stages.
A mobile application launched in Marbella is connecting musicians with organisers of music events. It’s called Wanagig, and it helps organisers to create events and concerts, and gives musicians and bands more opportunities to perform.
Researchers at the University of Malaga have, for the first time, measured lexical richness and vocabulary in oral expression in Spanish. This has been possible thanks to the design of an algorithm guaranteeing very reliable results. One of the conclusions they have reached is that, when we speak, we don’t use more than 2,500 words.