I think this lunacy tops the great Ibizan Columbus vote. Are there really now legal grounds for pursuing Robbed in Barcelona for damaging the brand? Should the city council – a notorious den of corruption – also cease using the Barcelona tag? Is this the strategy that will help bring down the province’s 23% unemployment rate, or merely a way of avoiding discussion thereof?
- Public art in Barcelona
A new council site.
- Nunca digas nunca Hamas
A pun on Never say never again on Gracia’s only SWP bodega (one of the proprietors claims to have known Yigael
- Que la lumière soit!
Good news from Glasgow, which not only has a public lighting strategy but a convener who can speak French, which doubtless
- La Caixa courting China’s torturers and thieves
Jia Qinglin is probably only alive and flourishing today because his best friend is called Jiang Zemin. In the mid-90s his
- But what can Barcelona sell apart from debauchery?
This photo of Mobile World Congress attendees pigging out in a bar in the Born is doing the rounds as part