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“Rebetiko is more than music”

Dionysis Goularas was born in Parison April 15, 1969 from Greek parents and he has Greek and French nationality. He has spent his life between Athens, Thessalonikiand Paris. Some years ago he was living in Pariswhere he met his future wife, Gökçe. He graduated from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of Aristotle University in […]

Fatima Spar and The Freedom Fries

An Interview with an accomplished musician Fatima Spar.  Over the past few years, the band around front woman Fatima Spar has found its own particular sound. They confidently move in a self-conscious style between tradition, and modern age. Without giving in to the music hypes of the day or sacrificing their own musical edges to […]

TAS Initiative is going to be focused on “positiveness”

I talked with the co-founders of the Turkish-Armenian Synergy Initiative (TAS), Bircan Ünver, The Light Millennium (NY) and Diana Khachaturyan, Civil Socity Institute (Yerevan) on the TAS and its visionary acts on peace and unity of the societies.  The Light Millennium (NY, USA) is collaborating with the Civil Society Institute (Yerevan, Armenia) to form and […]


‘Turkey has incredibly rich traditional music’

I interviewed one of the most talented multimedia artist…  His interest is in finding a new artistic language to represent the experience of consciousness and in so doing, to use art as a tool to elicit a spiritual experience without resorting to the supernatural. “Consciousness is not a “stream” but is more like a flood. […]

Guess Who?

Internationally acclaimed illustrator Noma Bar has compiled his newest collection of work, Negative Space. Including works commissioned by such prestigious publications as The Economist, Esquire, Wallpaper, The Guardian and Time Out London, as well as never before seen illustrations, in Negative Space. Noma Bar focuses on subject matter ranging from sex, global warming and nuclear […]

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“Bliss” is coming to screens in the U.S. opening August 7th at New York’s Cinema Village. Will be at San Francisco’s Roxie Theater on August 28th to September 3rd and Portland’s Hollywood Theatre on September 18th to 24th…  First Run Features is pleased to announce the award-winning film, Bliss… Adapted from internationally acclaimed author Zulfu […]

“There’s a lot of great music in the world”

Whether the music is part of a film or stands on its own, Kubilay Uner’s goal is to deliver an intense experience, one that completely immerses and transforms the listener. He believes a good piece of music should take you on a journey. That’s what he wants to achieve…  Kubilay Uner was born as the […]

Children’s day celebration in San Diego

ATASC-San Diego Turkish School  present 5th annual celebration of international children’s day…  ATASC-San Diego Turkish School had a hildren’s day celebration this year with participation of a large Turkish American society here in San Diego. ATASC President Vega Sankur also attended to this celebration from Los Angles and made a speech congratulating all TS board […]

Turkish Team 2905 received Judge’s award

Turkish Team 2905, did a great job and were ‘Great Ambassadors’ for the Country of Turkey at the Regional Competition. The award they received was the Judge’s award.  FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competition (FRC) is a unique varsity sport of the mind designed to help high-school-aged young people discover […]

“Turkey must take the first step”

  Professor Kamal Beyoghlow is a Middle East, N. Africa and Islamic Studies scholar and United States strategy and policy specialist. He is  a native of Lebanon, has been teaching national security studies in the United States for more than 25 years. I had a chance to talk one of the Middle East experts of the National […]

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