The Contemporary Poetry Evening and Painting Exhibit Opening

Poet: Tone Škrjanec (Ljubljana, 1953), poet and translator. He graduated in sociology at the University of Ljubljana. After that he had several more or less odd jobs, the last one was in Cultural And Art Centre France Prešeren as programme coordinator and organiser of poetry events, among them from 1994

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Kurentovanje Carnival in Cleveland 2016 – Save The Date

Kurentovanje (koo-rahn-toh-VAHN-yay) is the most popular carnival event in Slovenia and the central figure of the carnival, the Kurent, is believed to chase away winter and usher in spring. The day will be filled with costumes, a parade, food and drink, heritage and fuzzy Kurents. Save the Date! Mark your

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Exhibit: Slovenian Museum and Archives – Forgive Us, Forgive Us, Oh You, the Dead

September 18, 2015 Dr. Božo Cerar, Slovenian Ambassador to the US, was the keynote presenter at the opening of an exhibit , “Forgive Us, Forgive Us, Oh You, the Dead,” at the Slovenian Museum and Archives. His speech was extremely timely and heartfelt. Below is the Ambassador’s speech. Dear President

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Joe Sutter – A Slovenian-American is known as “the father of the 747”

It was one of the biggest engineering feats in the history of transportation. It made our world a smaller place. And for its parent company, it was make-or-break project that could easily have resulted in bankruptcy if it failed. At a time when the Concorde was thought of as the

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Dr. France Rode – Inventor of the first pocket-size calculator

Dr. France Rode (namesake and distant relative of Cardinal Franc Rode) and a close friend of Dr. Fazarinc, was lead inventor of the first sophisticated pocket-size HP-35 calculator which, as reported in Measure magazine of June 1972, was taken by President Richard Nixon’s party to China as “the prime example of modern

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