Ah, the weather forecast. Feels like nobody’s watching it anymore. Everybody is interested in the daily news, the economy, the sports… but when the weather forecaat is on, they all switch the channel hoping they will see more politics and economy and sports. Poor weather forecast. But—Bosnian TV station OBN
As someone who spends a lot of time in Belgrade’s “famous” nightlife I feel most online guides are not useful in making a decision on where to spend your night, especially if you have a limited amount of time in this city. What is available also changes quite a bit
Everyday for several weeks now (if the weather allows), a group of people with seemingly nothing in common gathers around the Terazijska cesma monument in front of hotel “Moskva” and silently does their thing. What are they doing, young and old of both sexes, mingling about, exchanging some goods? Is
After the Belgrade hostels map, it’s time to map something new. I’ve decided that, since everyone is complaining that national cuisine restaurants are slowly disappearing and giving way to international cuisine restaurants, I should try and map the ones that are still here. Turns out the situation is not so bad if you include the newer national restaurants and those that serve Balkan/Serbian cuisine “with a twist” – in that case there’s seventy of them!
You would think that turbofolkers wouldn’t really have to do this kind of stuff in order to attract more viewers – and you would probably be right. They do this because they think it’s fun. (they also do this because they are high on drugs [Superman/Era Ojdanic] and booze [Batman/Bora
So you are in Belgrade and want to party for the New Year’s eve, eh? And there’s only three days left… don’t worry, Belgrade citizens love to party, so you’ll have a chance of attending the New Year’s eve re-run if you miss the real thing. Some clubs even offer
There are some who oppose this time lag in Serbia and suggest that we should synchronize the Serbian Orthodox holidays with the mainstream holiday calendar.
But it’s only because they fail to see the advantages! Let me try to list the reasons why we should stick to the current situation.
As B92 reported some time ago and as the Guardian reports now, Santa Claus is banned from Bosnian kindergartens. Reason for this – it goes against the religious Muslim beliefs and/or Bosniak tradition. Beside the bizzare fact of introducing religious teaching in kindergartens in the first place, this affair brings
After a series of mutual genocide charges we’re going over to some news of a completely opposite nature. Fashion TV channel decided to start a special branch for the South East European market – that would say former Yugoslav countries (Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia, Serbia, Macedonia, Montenegro) plus probably some other,
Era, Damjan and co can bring a lot of you back to your childhood with their performance, plus create some new Beatles fan on the way. Of course, everybody in the club knows every word of every song, which together with band’s adequate suits and instruments makes the atmosphere really great.