• Bodies in Motion

    22 January 2015

    Four kinds of sports with a twist, which are worth the effort.
  • It's all about character

    8 January 2015

    text and photos Sevda Semer

    We've known the designer Mila Ateva for a long time. She's known the man by her side, Vasil Poleganov, a long time. The Sassa Bjorg brand is a yet another thread that binds them together. Their work brings them everyday pleasure and makes way for a common future.
  • To Meet WhATA

    8 January 2015

    by Evelina Ivanova, photos Ralitsa Dimitrova

    This New Year's kick-off was a good one - we struck a new friendship with people who can tell a good building from a bad one. And we met over a glass of wine and sweets. Not bad at all!
  • A circle of friends

    18 December 2014

    by Evelina Ivanova, photos Vladimir Tomashevich

  • No Factory Flaws

    11 December 2014

    by Evelina Ivanova, photos Ralitsa Dimitrova

    They 'manufacture' parties, deliver them to an address, thus leaving you with memories that are worth talking about. They are the masterminds behind the fабриката.
  • Catch Them If You Can

    4 December 2014

    text Evelina Ivanova, photos Ralitsa Dimitrova

  • Divino Veritas

    13 November 2014

    by Irina Dimova, photos Ralitsa Dimitrova

    The biggest wine exhibit in the country Divino Taste is this weekend. The spotlight is on the Bulgarian brands. This gave us enough reason to meet up with one of the owners of Grape Central, the wine place in Sofia, Efrosiya Blagoeva, over a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon.
    The talk gave us food for thought and made us remember at least three things. To always taste before we drink, to share our wine if we want to feel closer to people and when in Rome to do as the Romans do - drink Proseco!
  • A Warm Connection

    6 November 2014

    by Geri Turiyska pictures Vladimir Tomashevich

    If you happen to pass by Lyuben Karavelov Str., make sure to slacken your pace at number 7. Chekmedzhe (or Drawer) is the warmest place in town - because of its home-made drinks, the friendly encounters and the fluffy knitwear made by two girls with a subtle taste for life.
  • Playful Success

    30 October 2014

    by Evelina Ivanova, photos Ralitsa Dimitrova

    Four years he almost missed the bus for Germany. The driver wouldn't let him get on because of the army of cartoon look-likes of the Yeti monster that he carried with him. "Better try and hitchhike a truck," the sulky driver advised him. Yet, with silent persistence, Peter managed to secure himself a seat (though not by the window) and to get on time for one of the biggest sports exhibits in the world, IPSO Munich - the venue where he showcased his latest invention -  the Small Foot inflatable snowshoes. 
  • Scary Puzzle

    23 October 2014

  • To Meet Adelina

    23 October 2014

    by Geri Turiyska

    Adelina has the knack to create micro societies. These are cozy places for alternative people that have always had  the burning need to belong to a place of "their own". She was the mastermind behind Radio Cafe for a couple of years. Now Adelina Kasparyanova has created a new city hub - the conceptual shop Stari Gradski (Urban Retro) where her personal taste continues to inspire us.
  • Terry Randel

    18 November 2013

  • Albena Todorova and Her Poems

    28 March 2013

  • Pravatami.com

    24 October 2012

  • Tsveti Oreshkova and Magical Home

    10 May 2012

    by Teya Diya photos Tsvetelina Oreshkova

  • Medea In Kocmoc

    4 April 2012

    text Claudine Jendova

  • Julia Pavlovska and Her Design

    12 January 2012

    Clodin Gendova

    Remember her name. She lives and works in Paris. You can meet her in the nice little coffees in Montorgeuil, in the design shops in Haut Maret District and in the line, waiting for her favorite food in France - Bethillon ice-cream.
  • Mariya Ilieva and Gastronome

    24 November 2011

    Mariya Ilieva is one of those spirited people who never feel bored. Not because they`re in their comfort zone, but because they never stop looking for it. Mariya`s passions have now found their ultimate incarnation - the French grocery Gastronome.
  • Branimir Yotov and his Aerographics

    10 November 2011

    text Claudine Gendova

    The first instrument to be named the "airbrush" was developed by Abner Peeler "for the painting of watercolors and other artistic purposes" and used a hand-operated compressor. It was rather crude, being based on a number of spare parts in a jeweller's workshop such as old screwdrivers and welding torches. It took 4 years of further development before a truly practical device was developed. Enough with history. Nowadays there is an artist who can use airbrush for whatever comes in mind. His name is Branimir Yotov.
  • Liuba Zlatkova and Her Cakes

    27 October 2011

    text Dannie Nikolova