The Days of Bulgarian Cinema open Friday in the Czech capital Prague with a documentary titled "Cuba Is Music," and a concert of pop singer Yordanka Hristova.
Gardener Hristo Yordanov will be the first Bulgarian to participate in one of the most prestigious flower forum in the UK, Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.
As Bulgaria's state-owned national television BNT started the quest to find an entry for the Eurovision Song Contest, the odds are that the race this year is very likely to be marred by scandals, yet again.
Bulgarian teenage girl, Magdalena Velkova, has received an award from the National Geographic International Photo Contest for Kids.
Israeli-born ethno-pop singer Ishtar will arrive with a crew of 12 musicians, backing vocalists and dancers for her three gigs in Bulgaria, the organizers of the concerts, ART BG, announced.
The 20th edition of Bulgaria's largest and most impressive "Kukeri" event – the Surva Festival in Pernik – broke all of its previous attendance and participation records.
The 20th edition of Bulgaria's largest and most impressive "Kukeri" event – the Surva Festival – kicked off in the western city of Pernik on Friday.
Turkish novelist and Nobel Prize-winner Orhan Pamuk will make his first visit to Bulgaria on May 18, the Elizabeth Kostova Foundation has announced.
A novel of young Bulgarian author Lyudmila Filipova will be made into a TV series in Turkey.
The Bulgarian National Radio celebrates Tuesday the 76th anniversary since its establishment by a decree of Tsar Boris III.
"Eastern Plays", the Bulgarian foreign language Oscar competitor, has not made it for the final shortlist.
Israeli-born ethno-pop singer Ishtar will stage a third concert in Bulgaria in 2011, the organizers have announced.
The performer of the most popular Bulgarian folk song, which was launched into space in 1977, has initiated a probe into its use in a documentary movie for Afghanistan by National Geographic.
The small southwestern town of Simitli hosted Saturday a huge festival of "kukeri", or mummers, a beloved Bulgarian folklore tradition with roots from Ancient Thrace.
The Roma minority in Bulgaria are celebrating on Friday the Roma New Year also known as Vassilitsa, the Day of Vassil (Basil) or Bango Vassili (the Lame Basil).
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