Interviews

There’s Always Wine

While tourism ceased to exist on Lanzarote during the lockdown, the island's wine sector continued to face the future. We spoke to Víctor Díaz, the President of Lanzarote's Regulatory Wine Council, to find out what the future holds for the…

“This is a crisis”

At the time of writing, 88 people have tested positive for coronavirus on Lanzarote since the virus arrived in March, and only three cases remain. Meanwhile, over 5,000 have lost their jobs and 19,000 have been furloughed on a reduced income…

Fighting for a better future

On Sunday 14th June, a group of supporters gathered in Arrecife's Calle Real to demonstrate in support of the Black Lives Matter protests in the USA. That demonstration was led by 26-year-old local activist and artist Laura Balde Ejjar Tell…

Lockdown Q&A: Scott McQ

The lockdown may be easing off, but there’s still very little live music going on. Still. that hasn’t stopped the fantastic musicians on Lanzarote doing their very best to continue to share their music with you. There are still watch parties…

Lockdown Q&A: Jill T

The lockdown may be easing off, but there’s still very little live music going on. Still. that hasn’t stopped the fantastic musicians on Lanzarote doing their very best to continue to share their music with you. There are still watch parties…

Lockdown Q&A: Gerie B

The lockdown may be easing off, but there’s still very little live music going on. Still. that hasn’t stopped the fantastic musicians on Lanzarote doing their very best to continue to share their music with you. There are still watch parties…