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21 Mouthwatering Pictures of Dumplings (Khinkali) from Around the World

Dumplings are a comfort food featured in cuisines around the world. Some are sweet and some are savory, but they all strive to achieve that perfect dough-to-filling ratio. From Chinese potstickers to Argentinian empanadas to Italian gnocchi, chances are, no matter what country you’re in, you’ll be able to find a dumpling …

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Georgian Eurovision Contestant’s Video Reaches 1,000,000 Views

A little over two weeks is left before the singing contest Eurovision 2015 kick starts in Vienna on May 19th. The Georgian contestant Nina Sublatti’s video for her song Warrior has hit more than 1,000,000 views this week, which is a notable benchmark for the singer.  The video for the single written by …

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‘The Simpsons’ Renewed for Two More Seasons

Simpsons

Fox continues its renewals with a two-season pickup of veteran The Simpsons, which has been ordered for Seasons 27 and 28 to reach 625 episodes. Renewals of the groundbreaking animated series have never been in doubt; only renegotiations with the show’s voice cast have provided the only Simpsons drama. I’ve outlasted Letterman, …

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Wine Festival To Be Held in Tbilisi

Wine festival

On May 9, approximately 60 wine companies, small cellars and 55 family cellars (with wines of 72 varieties) will present late harvest wines at New Wine Festival 2015, at Deda Ena Park. All day long, guests will have an opportunity to sample the best wines from 2014 harvest. There is …

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Georgian films gain rave reviews in Budapest

Hungarian cinema-lovers are praising Georgia’s film industry after two Georgian films were screened in capital Budapest this week and were loved by the audience. Georgian films Keep Smiling and Will there be a Theatre Up there? received raving reviews after being screened at the Muvesz Mozi cinema in central Budapest. …

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Georgia Joins International Jazz Day

Georgia will join the global celebration of International Jazz Day, bringing together the brightest Jazz musicians to perform on stages around the globe. UNESCO Director General Irina Bokova and UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador Herbie Hancock announced 185 countries had confirmed to participate in the fourth annual International Jazz Day. To celebrate …

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Placebo, Beth Hart and Other Famous Artists to Perform in Georgia

Dozens of musicians from Georgia and further afar are coming to Tbilisi for a five-day outdoor music festival this summer. Thousands of revelers are expected to attend the Tbilisi Open Air 2015 festival, which will feature more than 70 artists across a range of genres, from blues to rock, heavy …

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16 Jarring Animal Portraits | Tim Flach Photography

Tim Flach is a London-based photographer who has been documenting exotic animals in his work for the past twenty years. A collection of his work has been recently published in the book “Evolution,” highlighting the vast spectrum of living species, including plants, small and large primates and underwater life. Take a …

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Nina Sublatti Releases Acoustic Version of “Warrior”

Nina Sublatti — Georgia’s Eurovision 2015 singer — won plaudits for her avant-garde music video, which conveyed the strength of Georgian women through the ages. She proved she can bring the drama and work her angles (in monochrome). But now she wants us to praise her voice and has released an …

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