Sun, May 26 2013
The first ray of summer sunshine in the parks of Sofia and out come the bikinis, beer bellies and buskers.
Miss Bulgaria 2009 has silicon breasts. Another global crisis? Or a giant leap forward for mankind?
So what if recent comical rumours in the media that various Bulgarian MP’s prefer spending more time in cafes rather than the seat of government are true? What jot of difference can this make to the debate? Aren’t the same old arguments always trotted out regardless?
Quite the best definition of the impossible is a bilingual dog. Especially in Bulgaria. No doubt you are either nodding or shaking your head.
Hot news! Sofia is going to "sister" with Chicago. Don't know about you, but this puts a huge smile on my face.
This year, forget about Earth Hour, celebrate human achievement instead.
The situation which came to a head last week involving Roma people in France from Bulgaria and Romania would be a perfect plot for a modern grand opera
Reflections on the fallout from five days of dark dealings, ambiguous election results and the odd crazy columnist
According to a recent report in Bulgarian-language daily Monitor, an alleged "SMS mania" was responsible for the inability of the average Bulgarian teenager to write to standards of grammatical correctness in their native language.
We have finally learned about the activities of Ahmed Dogan, the almighty and long-standing leader of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) party, during all the years he failed to appear in Parliament.