The Nice Guide to Right Now
Watch This Very Good Boy Give His Human Friend CPR
Dogs may be the only pure things left in this world.
international women's day
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
Hinds Return with "New For You," Announce Second Album
'I Don't Run,' the follow-up to 2016's 'Leave Me Alone,' is out April 6 on Mom + Pop.
Alex Robert Ross
Hinds Get Surfy on “Caribbean Moon”
The Spanish indie four-piece return with their first proper single in almost a year, and it's a cover of a weird Kevin Ayers song.
Alex Robert Ross
The Oldest Restaurant in the World Roasts 50 Pigs a Day
The key to restaurant longevity? Faithfulness to tradition and a ton of suckling pig.
Cops Dug Up Salvador Dalí's Body and What They Found Was Surreal
After 28 years, Dalí's body was exhumed yesterday.
Acrobat Falls to His Death During Madrid’s Mad Cool Music Festival
The man, Pedro Aunión Monroy, was a dancer specializing in aerial stunts.
last week in art
Salvador Dalí's Alleged Daughter Gets a Date for Her DNA Test
Legal action continues after a Madrid court ordered the surrealist painter's exhumation late last month.
Pixar-esque Short Shows How Society Saps Your Creativity
A wordless film by two Spanish filmmakers follows a father and son as they struggle for happiness in spite of crushingly bleak capitalist forces.
We Talked to Two Madrid Promoters about the City’s Vibrant Electronic Scene
Despite bureaucratic meddling and heavy-handed policing, the Spanish capital is quickly becoming a crucial dance destination.
Meet the Fine Dining Chef Who Serves Fishbowl Cocktails
David Muñoz isn't what you'd expect from a Michelin-starred chef with a restaurant in the upmarket London neighborhood.
What It's Like to Study Abroad in Your Sixties
Laura Peracca became a local celebrity for being the oldest exchange student Madrid had ever seen.