Open Mike Eagle Is a Warrior
In the back room of a modest venue in Barcelona, the alt-rapper talks about the economy of his art, the poisoned chalice of independence, and his new project, 'What Happens When I Try to Relax.'
Alex Robert Ross
One Year On: Catalans On Their Referendum and the Violence That Followed
"I will always remember that day for the way I saw my mother being treated."
Beer and Loathing at Primavera Sound 2018
In the final year before Brexit, Brits made their mark on Europe's best music festival, for better or worse.
Pau Buscató's Playful Photographs of Crazy Coincidences Found in Cities
The street photographer Pau Buscató spends seven hours a day searching for the funny moments that only happen when people are crammed together.
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Millions of Spanish Women Went on a Feminist Strike
An estimated five million women across Spain joined a historic strike to mark International Women's Day.
Ana Iris Simón
These Barcelona-style churros come from a Michelin-rated chef; they are light, crispy, and barely sweet.
Thousands Protested Catalonia's Independence Declaration in Barcelona this Weekend
Photographer Felipe Carnotto was there to document it all.
Pictures from the Spanish Pro-Union Rally in Barcelona
Hundreds of thousands gathered in the streets of the Catalan capital yesterday in support of a united Spain.
Barcelona Went On Strike Over Police Violence
Yesterday, 15,000 people protested the violent tactics used by Spanish police during Sunday's independence referendum.
Young Catalans Protesting Spanish Police Violence Talk About What's Next
"The Spanish government can't ignore the outcome of the referendum – it would be an insult to the hundreds of people who were injured in the violence."
Rubber Bullets in the Rain: Photos of Referendum Day in Barcelona
At least 844 people and 33 police were injured in the violence sparked by the Catalan independence referendum yesterday.
Can Catalans Be Arrested for Voting in Their Independence Referendum?
The Spanish government claims Sunday's referendum is unconstitutional. So what happens to the Catalans who go vote anyway?
Ana Iris Simón