Much appraised Bulgarian movie "Stolen Eyes" produced by Radoslav Spasov grabbed the Eurimages award from the Medfilm Festival 2006 in Rome.
Bulgaria's Culture Minister Stefan Danailov will open Monday the event Days of Bulgarian Culture in Slovakia. The official opening will take place at the Slovakian National Theatre with the special performance of ex-rhythmic gymnast coach Neshka Robeva's
The Bulgarian audience will live through a unique experience with the "three elements" of Earth Wind & Fire. The band emblematic with Al MacKay, virtuoso guitarist and multi-platinum songwriter, has landed in Sofia Airport Sunday to perform at Sofia Jazz
Sofia gathered Sunday ink lovers in the seventh national tattoo fest, held in the capital's Students' Town. Under the sounds of underground bands Kuln, Sofia Ska Skins and Electric Dragon, guests and pros had the chance to show off their own inks and tak
Sofia's Beauty Arena became the arena of a fierce competition between hairstyling masters from all over Bulgaria. Raging from classic to eccentric, hairdos at the Second National Hairstyling competition certainly managed to thrill the audience and bring
A movie fest dedicated to the fight against women trafficking will open November 24 in Sofia, featuring 2 local movies as well. Svetlana's Journey and Lady Z are the two Bulgarian productions that will enter the program of the festival along with movies
The Union of Bulgarians Around the Globe Badeshte (Future) is organizing a special trip following the steps of Bulgaria's Khans. To celebrate Bulgaria's EU entry, members of the union will travel 14,000 kilometers in a month, starting from Paris and endi
The first edition of the National Nail Art Competition was launched in Bulgaria on Saturday within the Beauty Arena exhibition of fragrances, cosmetics, hairdressing, manicure and SPA . A total of 12 teams took part in the two legs of the competition, st
The overall contribution of state-run Bulgarian news agency (BTA) to the national journalism was recognised with Chernorizets Hrabur 2006 award. BTA's chief Maxim Minchev, himself a dedicated journalist for decades, received the honorary statuette and th
UK scientists have created an artificial stomach to simulate human digestion, BBC informed. The Institute of Food Research hopes it will aid the development of new super-foods by revealing how they are broken down in the gut.
Politicians and artists have made the topic of untraditional weddings one of the most discussed in Bulgaria over the past few days. Sculptor Vezhdi Rashidov proved that eccentricity is his middle name and twisted local traditions by marrying with five be
A special exhibition of communist paraphernalia marked November 10, the day when Chief Secretary of the Bulgarian Communist Party (BCP) and Head of State Todor Zhivkov was dismissed from his post 17 years ago. Filled with reminiscences from the old times
The Byzantine dish uncovered on Bulgarian land will go ahead for auctioning by Christie's, despite earlier reports a British court has halted the sale. The auction is scheduled for Thursday afternoon and the house has not announced any delay in the sale.
Every third student above seventh grade in Bulgaria is willing to try drugs, education Minister Daniel Valchev said Wednesday at the start of the national information campaign for children's drug addiction prevention. The campaign is sloganed "Once you s
An eight-month-old tiger from Amur was baptised in a promotion move by the management of Sofia's central department store TZUM. The godmother's shoes were taken on by popular actress and singer Nona Yotova.
The world-famous Chicago band Earth Wind and Fire Experience will surprise Bulgarian audience with a concert on 13 November in the National Palace of Culture in Sofia. The jazz-funk band featuring the Al McKay Allstars group will open the annual Sofia Ja
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