Bulgarian conductor Rossen Milanov has been appointed to lead the Princeton Symphony Orchestra in the US.
The long-time Bulgarian journalist, businessman, and PR expert, Maxim Behar, has presented Wednesday in Sofia his book "111 Rules on Facebook".
The US Embassy in Sofia and the Elizabeth Kostova Foundation have joined efforts to host three literary events at the American Corner at the Sofia City Library on June 9.
"111 Rules on Facebook" by the long-time Bulgarian journalist, businessman, and PR expert, Maxim Behar, will be presented in Sofia Wednesday, June 10, 2009.
The miraculous rock formations near the northwest Bulgarian town of Belogradchik moved down one place to third position in the global campaign to select the world's new Seven Wonders.
Perhaps the most popular Bulgarian theater actress, Stoyanka Mutafova, is bracing for her retirement at the age of 87.
The Orthodox church in Bulgaria marks Thursday Ascension Day, or the so called Spasovden, which relates to the ascension of Jesus into heaven following his crucifixion and resurrection.
The European Philatelic Exhibition Bulgaria 2009 was opened in Sofia on Wednesday.
Statesmen, scientists, teachers, schoolchildren, students and hundreds of citizens are to pay tribute today to the deed of Sts Cyril and Methodius, the creators of the Cyrillic alphabet.
Dozens of Bulgarian museums and galleries have joined the Night of the Museums initiative dedicated to the International Day of Museums, May 18.
Bulgaria's runner in the Eurovision contest this year sang out of tune from the beginning to the end of his performance, German and Swiss newspapers argued.
Despite the fact that the official Bulgarian song did not make it to the Eurovision finals, the contest was marked by some better Bulgarian participation.
The Bulgarian contender for the Eurovision 2009 Song Contest, Krassimir Avramov, and his song "Illusion" failed to qualify for the Eurovision final.
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