An exhibition of self-portraits by Plovdiv artist Yoan Leviev is to be held at the Sofia City Art Gallery in the Bulgarian capital from January 28 to March 3. The […]
There’s this thing about peripheries. They are either peaceful and godforsaken (and thus ignored) or they are volatile and challenging (and thus ...
The State Security files on Bozhidar Dimitrov, the controversial head of Bulgaria’s National History Museum, are to be published as a 320-page b ...
Russia’s official reaction to the French tragedy was little more than diplomatic correctness. President Vladimir Putin expressed his condolences to ...
At first glance, the IT markets of EU member states in Central and Eastern Europe appear to be as cool as the rest of the European Economy. The rule of thumb that […]
There used to be a time when the name “Michael Mann” drew crowds to the cinema. With his trademark sense for cinematic realism cloaked in style, he produced some of […]
The British Bulgarian Business Association (BBBA) was formally launched on January 9 at the Residence of UK ambassador Jonathan Allen. Those attending included about 180 potential members, and representatives of […]
Two all-too-plausible scenarios could turn 2015 into an annus horribilis for Europe: a further erosion of integration within the EU, and a collapse of Ukraine. Both would greatly weaken Europe’s […]
How to react to this latest outrage? The immediate French response seems to have been rather noble, mixing a determination not to be cowed with calls for unity and restraint. […]
Had it not been for the acting of its three leads, St. Vincent would have been merely a schmaltzy and utterly predictable, albeit uplifting, depiction of a grumpy old man’s […]