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Month: October 2018

EL PANOT DE BARCELONA

For those of you who live in or have visited Barcelona, you undoubtedly have noticed one of the city’s most famous symbols: the Barcelona flower, or “panot de flor.” It’s […]

CAT POWER EN CRUÏLLA DE TARDOR 2018

La cantante y compositora estadounidense Cat Power se presentará este 1 de noviembre en la Sala Razzmatazz para cerrar el festival musical Cruïlla de Tardor. Cat Power tiene una de […]

DOCFIELD FESTIVAL FOTOGRAFÍA DOCUMENTAL BCN 2018

From November 8th to December 9th, Barcelona is celebrating the 6th edition of DOCfield Barcelona, a documentary photography festival organized by the Photographic Social Vision Foundation. The theme for the […]

MONESTIR DE PEDRALBES

Living in Barcelona for 5 years now, I’ve visited a lot of the local staples that make the city one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. Each time […]

KRONOS ART BCN 2018

Primera edición del festival multidisciplinario de arte contemporáneo que explora el paso del tiempo desde el punto de vista artístico, a través de la obra de creadores nacionales e internacionales […]

RUNNING AT PASSEIG MARÍTIM

Barcelona is a great place to live, especially if you love sports. It offers so many opportunities to be active, and running happens to be one of the most popular […]

RUNNING AT CARRETERA DE LES AIGÜES

If you live in Barcelona, you’ve more than likely taken advantage of its beaches. The seafront offers a great running route. However, the beach is only one of the great landforms the […]

IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF CARLOS RUIZ ZAFÓN

Just last Sunday, I finished reading “The Shadow of the Wind” by Carlos Ruiz Zafón.  It’s probably now one of my favorite books, and, yes, it probably has something to do with the fact that I live in the city where it’s set.  In addition, though, I credit Zafón and his incredible writing.  I have…