The first solo CD of the Bulgarian 12-year-old pianist Asen Tanchev has been launched on the Bulgarian market.
Bulgarian art experts confirmed that the precious canvas found in the southern city Stara Zagora was painted by Italian Baroque Era Painter Lodovico Cigoli, local 24 Hours newspaper reported. The canvas was found in a private house in Stara Zagora on Oct
A gold treasure dated back to the times of Troy, which was recently unearthed at an unquoted location near Karlovo's "Valley of the Kings", has already taken its place among the exhibits of National History Museum. The set of 450 gold artifacts and jewel
Laura Petkova, born a minute after New Year advent on January 1 is Bulgaria's BABY 2005, as the lot fell on her on Tuesday. The small lady competed with a boy and a girl from different Bulgarian towns who also took first breath in the first minute of 200
A 67-year-old man had a 9.14 promilles blood alcohol level when he got crushed by a truck at the end of December, police say.
One of Japan's celebrity pop musicians - Miyazawa - will perform live in Bulgaria for the first time this February. The former vocalist of The Boom has been climbing high on Japanese music charts for some 15 years.
A political party aimed to bring together Big Brother fans was inaugurated in Sofia on Monday. The founder - Atanass Panayotov - gave the new formation the name Big Brother National Movement, apparently with a wink to the ruling Simeon II National Moveme
Bulgarian eighth-graders saw the largest declines in average math and science scores, followed by their peers in Sweden and Norway, according to the 2003 Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS), cited by the Washington Times.
A gigantic rooster made of ice perched in the central square in Lithuania's capital Vilnius to celebrate the incoming New Year, which according to the Chinese calendar is the Year of the Rooster.
A total of 37 calls have been registered within the sixth national campaign "BABY 2005" of the Bulgarian "9 months" magazine. In the first minute of the new 2005 two girls were born in the towns of Lovetch and Sofia and one boy took his first breath in P
Carrying traditional multi-coloured masks, covered with beads, ribbons and woolen tassels, men dressed in colorful and florid costumes dance to expel evil spirits and herald the advent of spring. Hundreds of people across Bulgaria traditionally take part
Forklifts in New York City are expected to begin moving 15,000 steel bases into place on January 3 for a public work of art that will allow visitors to Central Park to walk through 7,500 gates hung with panels of saffron-coloured fabric.
About 100 Bulgarian babies are expected to be born on January 1, data has shown. A local magazine has organized a special campaign for welcoming Baby 2005, the country's first newly-born for next year, to the world.
The young-spirited team of Bulgaria's leading PR agency gathered Wednesday night in a glitzy downtown club to mark ten years of excellence of M3 Communications Inc. The country's business, showbiz and political elite attended the party in centre city Col
A wave of exoticness and music heat swept the stage of Bulgaria's National Palace of Culture, where the Cuban National Television Ballet performed their latest show, Cuban Magic. Guests to the spectacular performance also had the chance to enjoy live bea
A Wallachian crown from the 19th century, a golden cross and a medallion were stolen from the Veliko Tarnovo museum. The theft was disclosed Tuesday morning during the daily inspection of the historic collection.
The Bulgarian singer Svetla has entered the Top 10 of the music channel MTV with her single "Tazi Vecer" (‘Tonight"). The 25-year old lady has been living in Italy for 12 years now, where the song was first released and noticed.
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