• A Bazaar Kind of Weekend

    29 March 2018

    If you're looking for a pop-up place to spend both your money and time this weekend, look no further - here are 4 options.
  • Key Figures

    29 March 2018

    text Violeta Ivanova

    While comedian Kitodar Todorov and the host - Dr. Rada Stamenkova, keep it light and funny, other 10 people get on the stage of Forum Klyuch to tell us about their awesome projects that will turn the world (or at least our society) around for the better.
  • One Way Ticket to Mars

    8 March 2018

    We've all collectively screw things up on Earth and only together we can make things right, but with the speed that we understand concepts like recycling and sustainable resources, it might get too late too soon. That is why a few advanced minds are already working ot Plan B and are in a search of another planet for humanity.
  • Being a director in a class room

    8 March 2018

    text Natalia Ivanova

    The story of Daniel Simeonov sounds familiar. Prior to becoming a teacher, he graduated as a filmmaker, worked in а television, and finally sat in a office where he quickly and finally burned out. While he was wondering how to return to his native village of Aglen and to work there as a freelancer, he saw the announcement of Together in Class program and finally broke up with his life in Sofia.
  • The Physics of Joy

    1 March 2018

    The forum for fitness, health, good food, training and therapy Fizkultura returns on 10 March between 09:00 and 18:00 with a great team of lecturers and workshoppers from around the world. Tickets and info can be found on fizkultura.bg.
  • It's a couples' world

    8 February 2018

    It is none of our business how you celebrate the 14th of February when you're alone, but if you love to love one another in big crowds, here are a few options.
  • (Un)remarkable hero

    1 February 2018

    text and photo Natalia Ivanova

    In February we encounter cauliflower mostly pickled in jars but we can still catch it in the fresh fruit&veggies stores. Why do we need to? The curly cousin of cabbage is an anti-cancer agent that holds 77% of our daily vitamin C dose, a whole bunch of B complex, doesn't hold too many calories but has a lot of fiber and antioxidants that take good care of the human brains and hearts.
  • Architectural Heritage Days

    1 February 2018

  • No More War

    26 January 2018

    Art exhibitions, screenings, music and workshops join the peaceful festival between January 26 and January 28 at Dom na kinoto and The Red House Culture and Debate Centre.
  • Unpleasant atmosphere

    18 January 2018

    text Emanuela Ivanova

    We met 2018 under a quilt of gray atmosphere and leaped against the measures that were (not) taken against fine particle contamination. However, our attacks do not reach those whose eyes should be opened to the fact that it is not normal to know the taste and color of the air. Not because we prefer pizza and pink, but because that gray is poisoning us. How exactly, what can we do to stop it and where to watch if we shoul go to the park or not, we explain down.
  • Noisy night, sweet night

    21 December 2017

    text Emanuela Ivanova photo Aneliya Todorova

    We'll play some music and we will finally bake something sexy for the holidays. We've been trying to get to this for years and still can't, so now we meet someone better than us - Lyubka Atanasova from LUbakery, who prepares amazineg cakes and cookies that look ready for exhibition and taste awesome, too.
  • A One Way Ticket to Home

    21 December 2017

    text and photo Sevda Semer

    I lived in London for almost two years without an umbrella. Due to the constant wind in this city, it's simply impossible for an umbrella to protect you from the rain - it turns into a useless piece of fabric on a long stick and you end up taking care of it instead of the other way around.
  • Tracking the Master and Margarita

    7 December 2017

    text Nikola Shahpazov

    He is the Master and she is his Margarita. But insted of spilling vodka and talking about Pontius Pilate, today we join them for a conversation on Bulgarian cuisine, a beer and a saucepan of "shkembe chorba".
  • The New Rakia Road

    30 November 2017

    For sure you know at least one lord of the kettle, who is like "come to try my rakia - it's the best!". If you ask Svetlin Mirchev, this coin has two sides: yes, it is good to pass on the craft, but the rakia is a far more complex drink to stay next to the shopska salad. With this idea, he returned from Vienna (where he studied at the Austrian Wine Academy) and over a year he traveled around the Balkans to meet small producers in search of their best distillates. Today his visits fill the shelves of Rakiashop.eu (which he holds with his wife Gergana), but before we try some of their bottles at the Balkan Rakia Festival, we sit on a table and talk - what is "real rakia" and what to put next to it rather than just cut a tomato.
  • Boredome or dare?

    23 November 2017

    Adrenalin to the max is gathering us at Maxima Hall at the University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy from November 29 to December 1 for the stories of extreme people from all over the world in the new edition of Challenge Days Festival.
  • Come to the bright side

    23 November 2017

    text Sevda Semer

    Some smart technologies are just clever. Others seriously make our lives better.
  • Green & Shared

    16 November 2017

  • Along the wire with Alexander Benev

    2 November 2017

    text Emanuela Ivanova photo Aneliya Todorova

    His favourite Bulgarian writer is Elin Pelin but we put him in Yordan Yovkov's title because it sounds more like him.
  • A sync to remember

    26 October 2017

    text and photo Sevda Semer

    Some smart technologies are just clever. Others seriously make our lives better.
  • A skeptic walks into a bar ...

    26 October 2017

    text Natalia Ivanova

    ... and says, "The ghost you saw last night was just a sleep paralysis." You can swear that you remember the pimple on his nose, but it's a fake memory, the skeptic will tell you. Who is he? Professor Christopher French - a British scholar specializing in psychology of paranormal beliefs and anomalic experiences. He is also the head of the Anomalistic Psychology Department at Goldsmiths University in London, The Guardian author and former editor-in-chief of The Skeptic magazine.And he is one of the big guests in Ratio on 5th of November.