Optimism for Bulgaria

Maya the Bee from Targovishte

I first participated in the Spelling Bee contest in 6th grade.  My English teacher, Ms. Maria Atanasova coached me. The next year I made it to the National round which

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Together On Board

March 3, 1996 – I remember this day well. It was during the sailing regatta that we traditionally organize to commemorate our National Holiday.  Our group of sailors and divers

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Little Red Riding Hood vs The Wolf

The feeling of justice comes naturally with kids.  They are first class judges, without prejudice and with no desire for revenge.  Their decisions are very close to the basic principles

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Classical Music Doesn’t Bite

People often associate trumpets with war.  In the past, its loud voice would wake up the soldiers in the morning and would signal during battles.  The battle today is to

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A Recipe for Delicious Lutenitsa

Eight years ago, we gathered the people of Kurtovo Konare at a public discussion at the local community center. First we asked them what their problems were. The list was

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The Hornet Should Keep Flying

The Hornet Newspaper will turn 71 in mid February 2017. This is the oldest Bulgarian newspaper published without a break and without changing name and character. Generations of Bulgarians grew

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Eco from Your Birthplace

I am an original Tarnavian – I was born in Tarnava, I married here and I work here. Why did I stay? The answer is simple – I love Tarnava

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