• Mysterious gift boxes

    3 December 2020

    text Dannie Nikolova

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  • What we didn't know about ... Richard Feynman

    19 November 2020

    text Dani Nikolova

  • People & streets

    19 November 2020

    text Dani Nikolova

  • Scientists' Night

    19 November 2020

    text Tanya Trendafilova

  • Great scarecrows from our childhood

    28 October 2020

    text Teo Chepilov

  • Sofia Game Night 2020

    22 October 2020

  • Wonderful Finland

    8 October 2020

    Finland is interesting in every way. The beauty of the aurora borealis is far from the only miracle there. Morals are strange (partly harsh, partly laudable), and some of the ways in which Finns perceive reality are strange. Even the light-hearted, casual insertion into conversation of one of the longest words in the language is a real miracle.
  • Sofia International Open 2020

    29 September 2020

    Between October 24 and November 1, Mega Xtreme Bowling at Joy Station hosts the 11th edition of the largest international bowling tournament in Bulgaria, Sofia International Open.
  • Ustata's big roast

    29 September 2020

  • City gathering

    24 September 2020

  • Curiosity created the scientist

    10 September 2020

    text Dannie Nikolova

    The Sofia Science Festival is at Sofia Tech Park and online between 26 September and 2 October For info and tickets visit sofiasciencefestival.bg
  • The best is yet to be written

    10 September 2020

  • What we didn't know about... February 29

    27 February 2020

    text Violeta Ivanova

    Do you know why this year February is a day longer? If you can answer in just three words, then there is more to learn about leap years: such as why they're not the same for everyone on Earth, and how come Sweden once had a 30-days-long February.
  • Personal assistant

    30 January 2020

    It's already in your pocket - an assistant more powerful than the computer that sent a man to the moon. So trust and believe that your smartphone won't let you down when you have to do something work-related on it. We have a look at a few apps that will make the process better.
  • Sofia Game Jam Week 2020

    23 January 2020

    In an interview with Frenchman Alexandre Laine, we talked about the life of a game designer in Bulgaria (and what this position even means), but if you already know that and want to dive even deeper into the industry, free up you calendar between January 24 and February 2 . The reasons why are on sofiagamejam.com,
  • The game as a profession: Alexandre Laine

    23 January 2020

    text Violeta Ivanova photo Sevda Semer

    It's Friday at 5 in the afternoon when they record our names in order to let us in that inaccessible part of the Central Department Store, where this frenchman has been at home for several years. Alex Laine's office - that of the gaming company Gameloft - is already emptied of people for the weekend, so no one can see us staring at the consoles, pool tables, bright booths like those in American diners and a screen behind which they also have a movie theater.
  • Don't you dare laugh at me, Captain Cook!

    19 December 2019

    The traveller and writer Petya Kokudeva talks about how different cultures and her own experiences informed her idea of how she defines "home".
  • Christmas markets x3

    12 December 2019

    There is no room for stress, even if you are falling waaay behind with the Christmas shopping - there are two weekends coming up, full of bazaars where you'll probably find a gift even for the most demanding taste. Such as these three:
  • Challenge Days

    28 November 2019

    text Violeta Ivanova

    Four guests from abroad, an additional location and a longer program is the answer if you ask how the Challenge Days have grown since their previous issue. The festival for outdoor sports, tourism and ecology starts on December 2 at the French Institute, and from the 3rd to the 5th we are drawn to UACEG to see and hear about some more adventures and to discuss nature conservation.
  • We're all playing the game

    24 October 2019

    text Violeta Ivanova

    Last November, the first Sofia Game Night caught in its web both gamers and those who had never heard of Dota or escape rooms. How? With dozens of events, from exhibitions to tournaments scattered throughout the city until late in the night. Why? To show the different faces of games and how gamification makes everything else - from education to art to activism - more effective and interesting. And to strengthen the industry in our country, of course. On November 2nd the new edition of the Night continues in the same path with even more events and locations, all visited for free.