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22nd July 2017

From photogenic eggs to tools to make the barbecue season a little bit easier, here's what’s hot in the culinary world.

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10th June 2017 – Martina Said

Be they the grand façades of marvellous buildings, a musical concert on TV or a flock of turkeys housed within a farm in Germany, fine art photographer Alex Attard looks for individuality in the ordinary and mundane.

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Martina Said - 18th June 2017

Three accomplished chefs with an unquenchable passion for food and experience in Michelin-star eateries share what it takes to earn that coveted star.

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Martina Said - 17th June 2017

Offices are no longer being designed as merely work spaces, but extensions of the employees’ identities.

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Sarah Micallef - 24th June 2017

Architects Melissa Giordimaina, Kurt Vella and Mark Abela, who make up architecture firm MMK, share their passion for design and one of their prized projects.

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20th May 2017 – Sarah Micallef

Want to find out what will be the stuff of foodie fantasies this year? Here’s the latest.

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23rd April 2017 – Marie-Claire Grima

Across the world there are Maltese physicians who left the island to push the limits of medical knowledge and who are now making their mark on various areas of medicine. Three such doctors discuss their histories, achievements, and what pushes them in this challenging and life-saving profession.

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Martina Said - 18th March 2017

For up-and-coming artist Annabel Zammit, a career in art was not always on the cards. She speaks about taking a leap of faith, facing her fears through art, and why shades of blue take centre stage in her work.

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11th March 2017 – Marie-Claire Grima

Introducing the weird and wonderful dishes and drinks making their way to our tables in 2017.

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19th February 2017 - Marie-Claire Grima

“Our vision is to make people appreciate real espresso – the true Italian espresso experience,” says Ewa Milewska of Caffe Berry, another of the cafes at the forefront of the local artisan coffee movement.

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4th February 2017 – Marie-Claire Grima

Street photographer Henri Mattocks was recently presented with an Honourable Mention, as well as two Nominee titles at the 11th Annual Black and White Spider Awards. He shares his thoughts on preserving moments that last forever, finding time for his passion and the magic of black and white photography.

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Martina Said – 21st January 2017

70s inspired suits, metallic colours and feminine pleats abound this season, promising chic silhouettes for the office and beyond. Here’s our pick of winter fashion trends.

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7th January 2017

Want to know what’s going to be big in the food world this year? We have the scoop (literally!)

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4th January 2017

Photographic print exhibition Gastrografija, launched in December, features artful gastronomic displays to delight and tantalise.

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Jo Caruana – 23rd December 2016

In the midst of the festive season, talk often turns to food and drink. As whisky has become one of the most popular spirits to enjoy at this time of year, we ask experts how best to enjoy a dram or two.

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Sarah Micallef – 8th December 2016

Illustrator Julinu (Julian Mallia) recently made headlines upon winning the New Talent award within the Advertising category at the World Illustration Awards. Here, he talks about his background and work, which is often characterised by atmospheric, surreal themes and occasionally laced with dry humour.

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Marie-Claire Grima – 3rd December 2016

From rediscovered flavours to brand-new creations, we look at the latest in culinary trends.

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Martina Said – 8th October 2016

Justin Falzon’s work is equal parts captivating and mysterious, and at times unsettling. The artist speaks about the nature of his work and the reason behind his choice of concept, which deals with death and the figure in a state of decomposition.

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Marie-Claire Grima – 24th September 2016

The heat may have started dissipating as we roll into autumn, but the warm and wonderful twists of fall fashion will more than compensate for the temperature drop.

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22nd September 2016

Applications for the first edition of The Maltese Islands Festival of Drama, Music, Singing and Dance (MIF’16) are now open.

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Martina Said – 18th September 2016

The culinary world is a versatile and innovative one, and new stars are always around the corner. Here’s what’s currently making waves!

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Martina Said – 23rd July 2016

Artist Monica Spiteri talks about her recent exhibition held at the Maltese Embassy in The Hague, her ever-evolving style, and making friends through art.

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Sarah Micallef - 9th July 2016

MaltaChamber.org.mt discovers the rising stars in the food world, according to this year’s Google Food Trends Report.

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Sarah Micallef – 22nd May 2016

Renowned contemporary artist Debbie Caruana Dingli talks art, life and dogs.

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Sarah Micallef – 21st May

As the streets of the capital city come alive with music and laughter, exciting new bars and nightlife spots are opening up in Valletta, forming part of its regeneration and transformation into a popular nightlife area.

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Sarah Micallef - 2nd May 2016

Sean Mallia has fast established himself as a leading name in commercial photography locally, with his perfectly arranged food shots and expertly aligned architectural photos taking centre stage. But how does he manage to bring the artistic into the commercial?

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Sarah Micallef - 2nd May 2016

While Prof. Richard England is widely known as the celebrated architect associated with major projects like the Central Bank, Millennium Chapel and Parliament, what many may not know is that architecture is not his sole artistic medium.

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Sarah Micallef - 2nd May 2016

Gozitan artist Victor Agius has a deep connection with the earth - here, he talks about how the tangible link with humanity’s roots comes through in his work, be it in the form of performance, installation, sculpture or painting.

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Jo Caruana - 2nd May 2016

Three of Malta’s top conservators share some of the most memorable items they have worked on.

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Martina Said - 2nd May 2016

His body of work is a genuine reflection of the immense capabilities he possesses as a painter, sculptor and printmaker. Jesmond Vassallo discusses his experience of living in Italy and of interning at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection museum in Venice, and why he chooses to work the way the old masters did.