A ten-year Bulgarian girl has been invited to meet Queen Elizabeth II as one of 2,000 lucky youngsters hand-picked to attend a special garden party, Peterborough Evening Telegraph reported.
"Lo Giuro," the much-anticipated autobiography of Eros Ramazzotti, is already in the bookstores in Bulgaria. Ramazzotti will step in Bulgaria in less than three weeks, treating fans of high-class pop with a unique multimedia show.
Graffiti writers gathered in Sofia for the fourth edition of the National Sprite Graffiti Fest 2006. The writers, both experienced artists and neophytes, spent two days June 17 to 18 to colour Sofia with their art.
Bulgaria's move to be chosen as host of the 2014 Winter Olympics was upheld by the local music elite on Sunday, luckily for Sofia people who were in for the good beat. Pop prima Lili Ivanova and the celebrated KariZma duo were just a few of the bands and
Bulgarian miss Nicole Marinova was lucky to become a media star before she could even walk or speak, it emerged this weekend. The cute young lady was named "Baby of The Year" by Sofia-based Retro radio, and, accompanied by mom, has already had her first
A Bulgarian archeologist has discovered in central Bulgaria a script about Roman Emperor Galien, it was announced Sunday. The writing was found at the Sostra site, which was the predecessor town of Today's Troyan, in central Bulgaria.
Sofia celebrates Father's Day for the third year in a row, with an event in the South Park and a seminar on being a modern dad. Fathers have the chance of spending some quality time with their kids in the park where organizers from the "Love and Care" as
High-profile guests from the business, entertainment and diplomatic missions feasted their eyes on trendy Italian fashion Saturday. The large, ultramodern Mall of Sofia hosted the special fashion event presenting the latest collections of youth brands -
About 700 children opened Bulgaria's traditional Flag of Peace assembly, a popular international forum established during the communist rule. Leftist MP Evgenia Zhivkova - granddaughter to late communist state leader Todor Zhivkov - organizes the event,
About 45% of Bulgaria's people suffer high blood pressure, a survey has shown. The poll, carried out by a pharmaceutical company, also found out that every year 60 000 suffer a heart attack or a brain insult.
Young people and their access to sexual health services - that is the target of a new study launched in Vratsa, north Bulgaria. Assessors will be interviewing gynecologists and other medics, school medical personnel, psychologists and other experts, to f
Bookstores in Bulgaria will introduce Monday "Lo Giuro," the much-anticipated autobiography of Eros Ramazzotti, the local publisher Ciela told the SNA. Ramazzotti himself will step in Bulgaria in less than three weeks, treating fans of high-class pop wit
A "bikini party" featuring the latest beachwear collections by world designers entertained Sofia's show elite this week. The sexy event was organized by Cosmopolitan, and brought some VIP glitter to the shores of Pancharevo Lake on Thursday night.
Bulgarian scientists have discovered a new type of haemoglobin and will be calling it after their native town of Yambol, reports say. The discovery came after lengthy cooperation between several Bulgarian and Macedonian hospitals and research teams.
People who suffer serious illnesses or have had a dramatic life will be the stars in the next Bulgarian Big Brother show, producers announced this week. The third season will start in September, and the striking dramas of participants are aimed to face a
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Drinking coffee seems to protect alcohol drinkers from liver disease, a new study suggests. Every daily cup of coffee reduced the incidence of cirrhosis, a condition that destroys liver tissue, by 22 percent, according to researchers at the Kaiser Perman
Six books reached the final of the in the third edition of the contest "Bulgarian Novel of the Year". From all 67 novels of Bulgarian authors issued in 2005 the four-member jury picked Boyan Biolchev's "Veroe's Amazon", Valeri Stefanov's "The lost donkey
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