In 2007 the Italo-Canadian artist Cosimo Cavallaro secured free publicity with the condemnation by idiot American Catholic reactionaries of his harmless chocolate Jesus. Here in Spain, you can have an entire chocolate Nativity scene, as a normal expression of commercially-tinged religious sentimentality. In fact a whole 1,450 kilo sugar Nativity Granada, in a chocolate factory [...]
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Almond blossom on December 30 in Spain.
Spanish labour costs are painfully converging with German ones.
A proposal for large solar panel leasing scheme in Spain funded by puritanical Germans.
A Catalonian village plans a co-op marijuana farm,
A striking but unrepresentative example of waste and vanity in Spanish public spending.
High-speed trains for Tangier, not Milwaukee.
Olives grown in hedges.
Apanish village revolts against copyright parasites.