New York's MoMA store: a pioneer in innovation

While some museums are still somewhat skittish about selling souvenirs, New York's celebrated MoMA leads the way in retail innovation, its design boutiques almost as popular as the artwork on display.
The museum opened its first shop in 1939 -- a simple sales counter on the MoMA premises on 53rd Street in Manhattan.

Euro hit by concerns over Greece

The euro slipped on Monday ahead of more talks aimed at solving Greece?s debt crisis, while investors also eye a slate of speeches by Federal Reserve officials for further clues about the timing of an interest rate hike.

The single currency eased to $1.0787 and 129.55 yen on Monday from $1.0821 and 129.98 yen in New York on Friday.

Turkey in Japan

Last week, Turkey had a strong presence in Japan. A wide delegation under the leadership of the Prime Ministry Disaster and Emergency Management Authority (AFAD) attended the U.N. world conference on ?Disaster Risk Reduction.? The summit was held in Sendai, a town in the northeast of the country.

Nine plays in competitive selection at Sterijino pozorje

NOVI SAD - A total of 16 drama pieces will be performed at the upcoming 60th Sterijino pozorje, with nine plays in the competitive selection and another three in the international programme Circles, the theatre institution has announced.

The festival's selector Marina Milivojevic Madjarev has picked nine plays for the national drama and theatre selection.

Bulgarian-Greek Drama 'The Lesson' Grabs 4 Awards at 19th Sofia International Film Festival

"The Lesson" (Bulgarian: Urok), a 2014 Bulgarian-Greek film directed by Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov, has won four awards at the 19th Sofia International Film Festival.

"The Lesson snatched four awards at a ceremony on Saturday evening.

The film received three awards by international juries and the audience award.