• Michal Ekinci: Heart, you lead

    2 April 2021

    text Dannie Nikolova

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  • Home sweet home

    2 April 2021

    text Dannie Nikolova

  • Are there better days ahead: Stanislav Belovski

    21 December 2020

  • Are there better days ahead: Petar Valchanov

    21 December 2020

  • Are there better days ahead: Blagoy D. Ivanov

    21 December 2020

  • Are there better days ahead: Alan Abdala

    21 December 2020

    photo Felia Baruh

  • Are there better days ahead: Yordan Stefanov

    21 December 2020

  • Are there better days ahead: Samuil Petkanov

    21 December 2020

  • Sofia through the eyes of others: Levi Manji

    21 December 2020

    Levi Manji was born in Palermo, Sicily, but grew up in the beautiful Brescia in Lombardy. He lived in different parts of the world, and today he is here in Sofia, where he found his place as a Sportsbook Specialist with Italian in the PokerStars team, Bulgaria. We asked Levi where do some of the company's key values meet his own personal values (well…passion for sports and strive for excellence). And we also asked him about Sofia and how he sees it through his own eyes.
  • Sofia through the eyes of others: Maite Rieiro

    3 December 2020

    text Dannie Nikolova

    Maite Rieiro is from Uruguay, which she describes as "a small country nestled between the two giants of South America: Argentina and Brazil." Maite moved to Sofia to join PokerStars as a Customer Support Advisor (with Portuguese). Although she recently arrived to Sofia, Maite has already found her way in a new city: she watched the beautiful Sofia sky from the top of the Soviet Army Monument, found a tea room where mate was served, and reported (all by herself) a water supply failure.
  • Sofia through other people's eyes: Alfredo Ruescas and Tarun Nagwal

    19 November 2020

    text Dani Nikolova

    Born in a quiet Spanish town, Alfredo Galbis has moved many times. In Valencia – so he can be close to the sea. In Salamanca - to study criminology. In Oxford - to improve his English. In Sofia – to turn his love of poker into a professional career. Today, Alfredo is a team leader in the Customer Support teams at PokerStars, Bulgaria.
  • Sofia through other people's eyes: Elizaveta Lyubova

    5 November 2020

    text Dani Nikolova

    We are used to seeing Sofia in a way that is not necessarily universal. So, what does the city look in the eyes of the people who have come from afar (often to stay)? This time we asked Elizaveta Lyubova – Lizza, a Fraud, Risk, and Payment specialist at the PokerStars team in Sofia.
  • Sofia through other people's eyes

    22 October 2020

    text Dani Nikolova

    Is the watermelon red from inside before we cut it through is an old philosophical conundrum that relates to the subjective perception of reality.
  • We are here every day

    2 July 2015

    from Vera Gotseva

    Close your eyes are imagine a gay couple that has been to Sofia Pride the last weekend. See it in your mind in detail. And now open your eyes and look at the photo. From all the snaps I took, this one is my favorite, because firs it shows love and only love, and second - it breaks stereotypes about homosexual love. Those two girls can be your friends, your neighbours or you might have just seen them in the restaurant where you're having lunch. They might study or work, dance, go shopping, pay bills, live a perfectly normal life that is not very much different then yours. Intil the moment Pride is upon us, when some of you start seeing them differently. Why? There is no good answer, except for the habit of old beliefs.
  • Change of seats

    14 May 2015

    Days of Challenge is an initiative that challenge you to sit in a wheelchair for a day. The assosiation - MS - Moga sam (I can do it alone) for people diagnosed with multiple sclerosis starts the initiative to show us the challanges of using a wheelchair in Sofia, today. For more information, visit their facebook page and blog.
  • True or false?

    12 February 2015

    A few myths about wine - and some that are actually true. Red wine - always at room temperature False As true as it would be for beer. Only some varieties of red wine tolerate warmer degrees - most feel perfectly well between 15-20 C. For lighter ...
  • Total Recall

    27 August 2014

  • Road traffic safety

    26 September 2013

  • Armageddon in Retrospect

    28 March 2013

    text Dannie Nikolova, photos Iliyan Ruzhin, lostbulgaria.com

  • Balls

    20 December 2012

    text Claudine Jendova, photos lostbulgaria.com

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