Come Easter and hundreds of enterprising businessmen start making loads of unholy cash from scamming their fellow Bulgarians.
We're in the last week of lent, the week when Christians commemorate the passions of Christ, his crucifixion and resurrection.
It's one of those times when religion, usually relegated to a secondary and tertiary role in the hectic lives we lead nowadays,
The European Parliament has been built by elites. But 2007 could be EP's year of Bulgaria's people.
Religion became the new wicked trend in Bulgaria on the weekend, as the minister of the Bulgarian branch of the Satanist Argenteum Astrum Order demanded this religious philosophy to become an official religion in the country.
by Alex Bivol
On April Fools' Day it makes sense to ask who the biggest liars are, and that's exactly what a group of young Bulgarians from the Youth Initiatives 2004 did on Sunday.
Surveys about gloomy demographics - we have a surfeit of them. It is only rarely that they provoke thoughts, but we should never underestimate their power to provoke guilt.
Eggs, rabbits, church - it's that time of the year again. Except maybe without the rabbit.
By Alex Bivol
Slating the Bulgarian national football team and its manager, Hristo Stoitchkov, has become a fashionable thing to do in the past couple of years.
Sofia citizens will be obliged to pay for a children's water festival, a satellite photo of the capital and the medical checks of Sofiyska Voda's staff, the business plan of the company shows.
Those, who prepared the procedure, missed the most important
There are two things in life that one should never compromise with, people say - health and dignity. In private life, I would add.
Bulgaria's second edition of VIP Brother showed once again that in a country of seven million it doesn't take much to be dubbed a star.
On Sunday Sofia's Prosecutor Office announced all court guards will undergo checks because journalists complained they are treated rudely and even get bruises sometimes.
If you have a spare day, the weather is nice and you feel like taking a quick dip into Bulgaria's history, while also making it back to Sofia in time for dinner, you may consider spending a day in Lovech and Troyan. The two towns are about 160 kilometres
As the EU celebrates the 50th birthday of the European project, we look at the pressing questions that nearly three months of full-fledged membership brought to Bulgaria and its people.
By Bogdana Lazarova, Nikolay Hristov
Usually when you do something for somebody else you get money for this. Why then Bulgarians insist on imposing fines on the poor MPs, who just render a favour to their colleagues by going to work and voting instead of them?
By Petya Sabinova
The majority of Bulgarians have no clue on how to vote for MEPs, a survey says but something tells me that is the least of the problems politicians are facing today.
By Alex Bivol
Have you seen the latest YouTube clip that is taking the US political establishment by storm?
Bulgaria's Supreme Administration Court decided Monday that professionals should do a technical expertise for delimiting the frontiers of the Natural Park of Strandzha. Why is that?
By Milena Hristova
A Web video surfaced over the weekend, (not) accidentally coinciding with the fourth anniversary since the start of the Iraq war.
By Milena Hristova
The key to understanding the way Bulgaria is run now is Gogol's play, The Government Inspector.
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