An annual festival of pork jelly, the pride of the small Serbian village of Rumenka, has been cancelled after the Orthodox Church threatened organisers with excommunication for celebrating during lent.
Paris fashion week shows tend to be held at the city’s most opulent addresses, grand chandeliered salons dripping with marble and gilt.
The Swedish women’s football team have replaced their names on the backs of their blue and yellow jerseys with quotes they hope will inspire and motivate girls, they said Friday.
A French artist emerged “a little stunned” on Wednesday from a week entombed inside a 12-tonne rock and thanked it for having made him feel “so welcome”.
Irate Russian officials on Monday annulled the result of a traditional bandy ice hockey match that saw players score 20 own goals in a bid to face easier opponents.
Thousands of people poured onto the cobblestone streets of a northern Italian town Sunday to throw oranges at a makeshift monarchy, a tradition dating back more than 150 years.
An artist entombed inside a 12-tonne rock for nearly three days has described the experience as like “tripping”, insisting he would stick it out for a week.
Bulgaria’s public radio has been given a surprise boost in listeners after a copyright war limited the broadcaster to airing music recorded at least 70 years ago.
A French artist was entombed Wednesday inside a 12-tonne boulder for a week, saying: “I think I can take it.”
Despite his distaste for pineapple-topped pizza, Iceland’s President Gudni Johannesson has no plans to ban it, admitting he doesn’t have the powers to pull the Hawaiian.
Swedes should take a one-hour paid break from work to go home and have sex with their partners, a local councillor suggested in a proposal Tuesday aimed at improving people’s personal relationships.