The unique jazz trio, which sees itself as a pop band that plays jazz, which not only plays jazz-venues but also venues usually reserved for rock bands, e.s.
An international exhibition with caricatures dedicated to Bulgaria's capital Sofia will be inaugurated Wednesday in the garden in front of the national theather Ivan Vazov. The project called "Open Sky Art" aims to present pieces of art at different publ
Bulgaria's Red Cross marked Monday the Day of the Red Cross and the Red Crescent. On May 8 more than 200 million people across the world mark the day that falls on the birth anniversary of Henry Dunant of Switzerland, the founder of the Red Cross.
Bulgaria's president awarded 35 youngsters with honorary diplomas for their successful performances at various international Olympiads and competitions in the spheres of arts and sciences. Fifteen teachers, were also awarded for their contributions to th
Sofia has put on display for the first time a unique treasure of church plate, including a cross believed to imbed a piece of Christ's crucifix.
On the sidelines of celebrations of the Day of Bulgarian valour, May 6 marks also the national feast Gergyovden. The day of holy martyr St George the Victor has been traditionally celebrated on Bulgarian Orthodox calendar.
Bulgaria's Euro babies celebrated together their first birthday on Friday on the special invitation of Bulgarian EP Observer Hristina Hristova. More than 60 EU babies from across the country celebrated their 1st birthday at a party under the aegis of Bul
Bulgaria's most popular hip-hop band Upsurt are getting together with pop stars in a music tour that seems to bring out summer's potential super hits. Melodic pop celeb Dicho, young vocalist Lora Karadzhova, last year's Eurovision find Ya-Ya, Slave from
A rare painting by Vincent Van Gogh has been sold for more than USD 40 M (about EUR 32 M) at an auction in New York, media broke Wednesday. "L'Arlesienne, Madame Ginoux" became the fourth most expensive work of the Dutch genius.
Two Bulgarian men have been diagnosed with Marseilles fever in Bulgaria's second city of Plovdiv. The fever is usually caused by tick bites, and causes a rise in temperature, general faintness, and rashes.
Free test for measuring of breathing capacity were carried out in Bulgaria's capital Sofia on Tuesday to mark the World Asthma Day. The measuring was organized with the assistance of AstraZeneca, a pharmaceutical giant will almost 30 years of experience
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