Archive for 'March,2012'

The “here and now” in improvisational theatre

The “here and now” in improvisational theatre

It is a common belief that the theatre has declined; having been replaced by more modern forms of entertainment. First came movie theatres, and then came television which trans- formed the collective viewing experience into one of intimacy and solitude. […]

Cosmetics for pets

Cosmetics for pets

“More and more owners want their pets look as beautiful as possible, either” “for fashion or because there is a greater concern for the welfare of the animals they are responsible for.” “Cosmetics especially designed for pets are an emerging […]

Ibiza Cooperative

Ibiza Cooperative

Major changes to the way society is organized are happening right now… The majority of won- derful events that are occurring across the world are not being widely reported and much is done to discount the importance of the few […]

Surprising architecture

Surprising architecture

Technological and constructive ad- vances allow architects to give free rein to their creativity, innovating in shapes, sizes and materials. The result is a surprising and spectacular archi- tecture which, like it or not, never leaves anyone indifferent. When talking […]

The De Todo en Ibiza competition winner

The De Todo en Ibiza competition winner

On 25th February, De Todo en Ibiza awarded the winner of our reader and Facebook competition a LG 3D HD 32” television. The prize went to Felipe C.C. – as seen in the above photo receiving it in person from […]

READERS’ NEWS

READERS’ NEWS

IBIZA It is always heartening to read news of the very generous local people we have in our midst; freely contributing their time, money and efforts towards helping an extremely relevant cause. The letter below is just one example of […]

Harmless vaccination for mosquitoes could save human lives

Harmless vaccination for mosquitoes could save human lives

Extensive studies in Australia have shown that vaccinating mosquitoes with a harmless bacterium could reduce the spread of dengue fever dramatically. Each year, mosquitoes circulating tropical locations infect up to 100 million people – killing up to 25,000 – with […]

Western MBA students embrace Eastern philosophy

Western MBA students embrace Eastern philosophy

ENGLAND One might expect the spiritual teachings of Indian-born, Srikumar S. Rao, PhD to be heard echoing around the walls of a Buddhist monastery or spiritual retreat. However, his teachings – predominantly embracing the Buddhist principles – have proved remarkably […]

Rewriting Libya’s history

Rewriting Libya’s history

The fall of Gaddafi’s regime has paved the way to uncensored research into Libya’s pre- Islamic heritage. A British team of archaeologists from the University of Leicester have identified more than 100 fortified farms and villages with castle-like structures and […]

The most valuable carrot in the world

The most valuable carrot in the world

SWEDEN A Swedish woman found her wedding ring – which she had lost 17 years earlier – growing on a carrot in her garden. It is probably fair to say that never before has a carrot surfaced decorated with a […]

The economic benefits of the Spanish language

The economic benefits of the Spanish language

The economic growth that Latin America is experiencing is increasingly showing the economic benefits of the Spanish language. According to research by the Telefonica Foundation, presented at the Cervantes Institute in New York, having a common language multiplies the commercial […]

This heartfelt letter of appeal caught our eye:

This heartfelt letter of appeal caught our eye:

Dear Tooth Fairy, We would like to ask for your help. We are in need of human teeth to teach our rescue dogs how to find missing persons. After receiving many negative responses from your competitors, dentists, we ask you […]

“Together in Ibiza” – Manuart.org

“Together in Ibiza” – Manuart.org

IBIZA Manuart.org is an Association with the mission of helping those most in need on the island. They have designed a souvenir sticker simbolizing the joy of sharing with all people. With the donation of 1€ you receive the sticker […]

Bill Gates encourages Spain to continue international aid

Bill Gates encourages Spain to continue international aid

Bill Gates (co-founder of Microsoft) visited the Moncloa Palace to meet with the newly elected Spanish President Mariano Rajoy, to discuss its overseas aid commitments at a time when its leaders are beginning discussions about restructuring the country’s development aid […]

My pet’s mouth

My pet’s mouth

In this issue we’ll talk about our pets’ oral care, because we think that health begins at the mouth. Over the years, both cats and dogs suffer from oral infections and inflammations. In dogs, small breeds are more likely to […]