New developments related to Bulgarian topics.
The new U.S. Ambassador Marcie B. Ries emphasized the importance of business ties in an address before the American Chamber of Commerce in Bulgaria...
The idea of “flow” is to branch out and open new channels of communication, forming a network among artists and scientists that brings the countries of the Danube region closer together
The Sofia blue zone parking regime has been replaced by an enlarged, two tone system, adding a green zone designation and with new, higher prices.
The Wold Championships of Folklore World Folk 2012 is an international folklore festival aiming to popularize traditional folk arts through the enormous possibilities of mass media.
The 5th annual Sandfest sand sculpture festival is on now through 15 September at the Ezeroto Park in Burgas.
Travel billboards advertising the imaginary Trivignano resort are on display in an outdoor installation on Lover’s Bridge near the National Palace of Culture from 21 June - 3 July.
Ancient times come to life when the 4th annual Ancient Philippopolis Festival inhabits the Plovdiv Old Town from 24-26 May.
The 15th annual Sea and Memories International Music Festival will be held in Varna from 4-6 May.
Bulgarians have earned the dubious distinction of being the most suffering people in the world after landing atop the world suffering list for the second year in a row.
A benefit concert will be held on Thursday, 5 April, to support the Slaveikov School, a private Christian school in Sofia.