It is very difficult for me to withhold my emotions regarding your latest book, A Guide to Ottoman Bulgaria. This is why I turn directly to the publisher as well as to Mrs Filipova, the editorial director.
What may a famous luxury airline need when operating flights? A superb ground handler, of course, and this is the essence of the multi-year deal between Goldair Handling Bulgaria and Qatar Airways.
Real flamenco, shown by masters of song and dance – this is what the show Cambio de Tercio by Spanish choreographers Ánjel Rojas and Carlos Rodriguez offers.
Belgian artist Marie-Chantal Biela presents her new litographies with a project that contrasts pleasantly to the winter mood – the series of colourful prints Flower Power.
Indian music has been pushed to the side somewhat in the world music scene – but Kiran Ahluwalia gives back its rightful place.
Are you up for a bit of variety? How about award-winning contemporary Turkish cinema? From 29 November to 1 December four movies are screened in Bulgaria for the first time at the Days of Turkish Cinema in Sofia.
What do ten years mean for the elegant five-star Hilton Sofia hotel? That it's time for a party – with more than 300 guests, exquisite cuisine, live music and fireworks.
If you are one of the people who wonder how best to contribute to others' happiness at Christmas, the solution is at hand. Combine the pleasant and the useful by picking the Christmas cards from the I Can Too catalogue – and help children in need.
Translator Iglika Vasileva got the 5th Krastan Dyankov Award for best translation of contemporary novel from English into Bulgarian for her work on Diary of a Bad Year by Nobelist J. M. Coetzee and Homer and Langley by E. L. Doctorow.