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Tuesday 28th of February 2017

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As the temperature rises, Jeff Wiseman looks at some of the summer dance routines that you can expect to see in the city

There are many calles in Madrid named in honour of famous people. Jeff Wiseman selects some of the more curious examples, most paying tribute to individuals beyond the borders of Spain:

Forget Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. Jeff Wiseman has carefully selected ten “ides” that are not only a danger in March, but throughout the rest of the year too. Beware of the following:

Believe it or not, you can avoid expensive gifts on 14 February. After all, it’s not the cost, but what the gift means that really counts. So InMadrid thinks the justification for the following might just work:

Two albums placed on facebook today (11 Feb)

The skeleton of King Richard III has been discovered in the UK, under a car park in Leicester. InMadrid feels this raises a number of questions:

Valentine’s Day is upon us and for many the question is “What can I get that will adequately express my love?”, or possibly “What the hell am I going to buy so that my partner won’t throw me out of the house?” Vicky Knill suggests that the following responses to your gift may result in a boot more than a hug:

InMadrid captures the performers adding fun to the city’s chaotic calles