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The three-day festival, taking place at a covered venue in the town's central square, will get under way with a concert by the Big Band RTV Slovenija, followed by a quartet led by Slovenia's foremost jazz guitarist Samo Šalamon.
Closing the first day will be a trio featuring Hailu Mergia, one of the pioneers of ethio-jazz.
For or instance, last year scientists made clothes that could repair themselves with just a touch of warm water, shoes that lace themselves, a robot that can autonomously make a complete garment, and skin-like material that will mean an end to facelifts and dark bags under the eyes. Flying cars, anyone? They're not that far from becoming reality.
BELGRADE - The 3rd Belgrade singer-songwriter festival "Kantfest", dedicated to Bob Dylan, will be held on November 24-27.
Over forty contestants from Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Montenegro, BiH, Macedonia and Serbia will perform.
In the competitive part of the program, singer-songwriters will only perform their original songs accompanied by one instrument.
It must have been like one of those nights when everybody was glued to the television to watch the Eurovision Song Contest.
When I saw the picture of a bar in Sevnica, Slovenia, with residents cheering for the election victory of Donald Trump; those were the words that instantly came out from my mouth. Slovenia… douze points!!! Slovenia twelve… points!!!
Turkish director Seren Yüce's film "Rüzgarda Salınan Nilüfer" (Swaying Waterlily) has won the Best Script Award at the 40th Montreal Film Festival, which ended on Sept. 5.
The Best Film Award went to the Croatia, Macedonia, Czech Republic and Slovenia co-production "The Constitution," directed by Rajko Grlic.
Croatian Interior Minister Ranko Ostojic told a TV show on Thursday that an internal arrest warrant had been issued for senior officials of the Zagreb football club Dinamo.
The main man in question, Zdravko Mamic, via a video link to the same TV show, called the minister a liar and said he was a victim of a political plot.
The feature film "Autoportretul unei fete cuminti" (Self-Portrait of Dutiful Daughter), directed by Ana Lungu, won the Best Fiction Film Award in the Crossing Europe Film Festival of Linz, Austria, informs a release of the producer remitted to AGERPRES on Tuesday.
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Thousands of people are expected to attend the international children's theater festival titled "Little Ladies, Little Gentlemen" in Ankara starting April 24.
The festival will stage more than 80 performances from 14 local and 12 foreign theater groups. Bulgaria, France, Croatia, Norway, Italy and Slovenia are some of the participant countries.