Jelena Lalic, CEO of Pernod Ricard Bulgaria, on how to have perfect blend between pleasure and responsible consumption

Published in Bulgaria Interviews
Monday, 04 June 2018 14:23

GREEN BLACK SEA

Blooming phytoplankton changes sea colour in June, spawning tall tales and conspiracy theories

Published in High Beam
Monday, 04 June 2018 14:21

EUROPE'S LAGGARD

Bulgaria falls behind even wannabe EU members

Published in Bulgaria Politics
Monday, 04 June 2018 14:21

'LIAR' AND 'SLANDERER,' LEGALLY

Boyko Borisov was found guilty of malicious slander by a Sofia Regional Court judge in a case brought on by Elena Yoncheva, a TV journalist and now an MP for the opposition BSP, or Bulgarian Socialist Party. Yoncheva, who is an outspoken critic of Borisov's GERB and his ultranationalist coalition partners, sued when Borisov said that the state had spent "millions" on funding Yoncheva's TV international programmes.

Published in Joke of the month
Monday, 04 June 2018 14:17

WHEN A ROSE IS NOT EXACTLY A ROSE

Grim reality of Bulgarian rose pickers at loggerheads with picture postcard images

Published in Bulgaria Society

Even the most fascinating archaeological site is nothing more than an accumulation of stones if its history and contexts remain unknown. This May, for two days, historians, archaeologists, restorers and experts in other fields shared their findings and ideas about the Bishop's Basilica of Philippopolis at a scientific conference in Plovdiv.

Published in Bulgaria Society
Monday, 04 June 2018 14:02

DIMITROVGRAD BEYOND CHALGA

Bulgaria's largest open air bazaar brings life to textbook example of Stalinist architecture

Published in High Beam
Monday, 04 June 2018 13:58

GRIGORIOS VASSILOCONSTANDAKIS

Greece's ambassador on choices, opportunities and the Bulgarian weather

Published in Bulgaria Interviews
Monday, 04 June 2018 13:57

QUOTE-UNQUOTE

"From 1 July the average pension will increase with nearly 14 leva."
Minister of Welfare Biser Petkov

Published in Quote-Unquote
Monday, 04 June 2018 13:50

MONASTERIES OF VELIKO TARNOVO

In the most glorious years of its past, when it was the capital of mediaeval Bulgaria, from 1185-1393, Veliko Tarnovo was a centre of military power and political intrigue, of busy commerce and even busier administrators. It was also the seat of the patriarch, the head of the Bulgarian Church. Surrounded by his staff and underlings, he presided over a vast network of churches, monasteries and scriptoria.

Published in High Beam
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