Tuesday, June 05, 2007

In Lieu Of A Proper Post

Croatia's Social Democrats have a new leader: Ivica Račan's foreign policy expert Zoran Milanović, who impressed on his talk-show debut with Aleksandar Stanković, put the wind up PM Ivo Sanader, shows every chance of bringing some West Wing-style gravitas to the Croatian left - and, perhaps most importantly for many SDPites, isn't the populist mayor of Zagreb Milan Bandić.

Marko Perković Thompson's concert in Zagreb's Maksimir stadium in two weeks' time, ending the first leg of the promotional tour for his 2006 album, is being positioned as the domestic concert spectacular of the year (hence the 30-metre swords transferred from his album artwork to the set design). A future leg may well culminate in a similar extravaganza at the Poljud stadium in Split, the site of Thompson's most famous concert in 2002.

Anthropology blog Savage Minds has been watching Eurovision from Finland, in what's presumably the last word on that show this season. Not that one should ever speak too soon.

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3 Comments:

At 8:34 am, June 19, 2007, Blogger pencilnpaper said...

Nice blog. I have a blog about Zagreb, recent past and present, mostly images, pop culture - http://pencilnpaper.blogspot.com/
I quit taking politics seriously in any country because it is always the same old story, isn't it?

 
At 8:36 am, June 19, 2007, Blogger pencilnpaper said...

Concert cancelled because of weather...

 
At 9:24 am, October 04, 2007, Anonymous Simpson said...

“After talking to Bill Pavelic, Bell, a white woman, ultimately filed an affidavit with the court that reported a casual conversation she'd had with Fuhrman in the mid-eighties.” Taken from the book, The Search For Justice by Robert Shapiro. Read full excerpt.

 

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