Gibraltar, also called The New Gibraltar Encyclopedia of Progressive Rock, is a web site devoted to presenting news and reviews in the world of progressive rock. Gibraltar is well respected in the progressive rock community, and citations to it can be seen in numerous progressive rock related articles on Wikipedia. The encyclopedia is not freely editable by the public, but contributions may be submitted to the maintainers via email.
Gibraltar started in 1991 as a moderated electronic mailing list, issued in weekly digest form. The original moderator was Michael Lamoureux, and the list was for discussion of anything related to progressive and psychedelic rock, including art rock, symphonic rock, and electronic music.
In 1991–1992, list member Dave Markfield compiled The Progressive Music Survey, an A-to-Z listing of progressive rock bands, with discographies, reviews, interviews, etc., with most contributions provided by 15 list members. This plain text document was available by email and FTP.
In remarks over the weekend, Gibraltar’s chief minister, Fabian Picardo, said that the first batch of 5,000 vaccines would arrive in Gibraltar on Jan ... At least 200,000 people across the border in Spain, in the so-called Campo de Gibraltar subregion, are also under similar levels of restrictions.
In remarks over the weekend, Gibraltar’s chief minister, Fabian Picardo, said that the first batch of 5,000 vaccines would arrive in Gibraltar on January 9. At least 200,000 people across the border in Spain, in the so-called Campo de Gibraltar subregion, are also under similar levels of restrictions.
On Thursday I flew from Gatwick to Gibraltar on easyJet, paying £91 for the privilege – booking a couple of weeks ahead. I returned from Gibraltar to Heathrow at the weekend on British Airways, who priced the three-hour flight very low at just £34, again 14 days in advance.
Like many of the couples who married there this summer, Griffin had never heard of Gibraltar until it appeared at the top of a Google search for “the easiest place to get married in Europe.” ... Few of the couples getting married in Gibraltar on a recent weekend had concerns about the risks of traveling there during the pandemic.
“I watched snooker from Gibraltar last weekend ... Shortly after arriving home from Dubai with his wife and caddie, Vicky, last weekend, he was out on his sit-on John Deere lawn mower tending to his practice area, which is a few yards ...
A year ago this weekend, Mick McCarthy’s Ireland team travelled to Gibraltar for the start of their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign – but the game became a sideshow as the long and winding road of John Delaney’s tenure in charge of the FAI finally reached the endgame.
WST tried their best to plough on through the crisis, continuing to hold the GibraltarOpen last weekend and only calling off this week’s Tour Championship at the very last minute ... ‘I obviously saw the Tour Championship was cancelled at the last minute, I can’t believe they played Gibraltar to be honest,’ he said.
The world champion and world number one is enjoying a spectacular season, having won five ranking events and looking to claim a record sixth in one campaign at the GibraltarOpen this weekend ...Perry was beaten by Jimmy Robertson in the last 32 at the Gibraltar Open, which is being played out with no crowd due to the spread of coronavirus.
Judd Trump is heading to Gibraltar this week (Picture... The Gibraltar Open is taking place this weekend, despite fears over coronavirus seeing a number of players pulling out and the size of the audience limited to just 100 people in each session ... When is the Gibraltar Open? ... Neil Robertson and Ali Carter explain Gibraltar Open withdrawals.