Living in Summer will fill the newspaper with humor, music, photographs, travel, reflections, gastronomy, science and much more.
The special pages of Vivir en Verano will take us on a pilgrimage along the Camino de Santiago and on a motorhome trip through southern Spain, but there will also be humor, mystery, good food, comics and even philosophy. Starting tomorrow, LA VERDAD will also feature summer interviews with Antonio Arco, Manuel Madrid and Rosa Martínez, along with the columns of Lucía Hernández, Rubén García Bastida, Ana Viguri, David Cano Gea, Marta Ferrero, César García Granero and Raquel Tailor. Miguel Ángel Ruiz will show us daily the great regional collection of monumental trees and we will premiere the section ‘The Post-Pandemic House’, a selection of new trends prepared in collaboration with the Official College of Architects of Murcia. Alexia Salas will visit 30 beach bars, ice cream parlors and terraces near the sea throughout our Region. On Saturdays, Natalia Benito will propose plans and experiences and the most surprising places to sleep. On Sundays we will offer naval histories by the hand of the archaeologist and official chronicler of Cartagena, Luis Miguel Pérez Adán; Miguel Rubio will tell us stories of lighthouses and lighthouse keepers; and we offer a section on science and gastronomy that comes with the signature of the prestigious researcher José Manuel López Nicolás. Of course, on these pages there will be information on the great music, flamenco and theater festivals of the Region, with criticisms from Alberto Frutos (La Mar de Músicas, FAN FUTURA FEST), Alexia Salas (Jazz San Javier), Patricio Peñalver ( Lo Ferro and Cante de las Minas) and Antonio Arco (San Javier Theater Festival), among others.