Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Winner of Best First Film in last year’s Golden Oranges, ‘The Blue Wave,’ directed by Zeynep Dadak and Merve Kayan, takes a rare, honest and heartfelt glimpse into the lives of teens
CAIRO - Reuters
Three Arab countries have banned the Hollywood film 'Noah' starring Russell Crowe on religious grounds even before its worldwide premiere
World-famous Polish composer Zbigniew Preisner will take the stage at the Istanbul Congress Center on May 8 with the accompaniment of Australian singer Lisa Gerrard
LE DIV4S, made up of four Italian sopranos, arrived in Istanbul on to take the stage for the 10th Year Concert of daily Hürriyet’s campaign against domestic violence
Some highlights from the 21st Istanbul Jazz Festival program have been revealed. Tickets will be available as of March 15
İZMİR - Dha photo
İzmir is once again hosting the International Puppet Days with the participation of 40 puppet theater groups in 27 venues, including the towns of Selçuk and Marmaris
The 19th Istanbul Theater Festival will host 100 performances by seven foreign and 35 local Turkish theater, dance and performance companies
YANGON - The Associated Press
The Mersin State Opera and Ballet (MDOB) will represent Turkey in China with the ballet work “Mevlana’nın Çağrısı” (The Call of Rumi).
ISTANBUL – Anadolu Agency
The Istanbul Toy Museum has added to its collection a toy which was made for Charlie Chaplin’s 'The Tramp' (Charlot) character and presented as a gift to him.
The Naval Museum, which was recently reopened on Beşiktaş coast, highlights the high culture associated with ships and life afloat the Bosphorus
The exhibition presents photographs from the first archaeological excavations carried out by Princeton University in Antioch between 1932 and 1939
Istanbul’s CNR Book Fair is attracting interest from readers thanks to its easy location and free entrance, drawing 60,000 people in the first two days of operation
‘The Collar and the Bracelet’ by Yahya Taher Abdullah, translated by Samah Selim (The American University in Cairo Press, $18, 156 pages)
LOS ANGELES - Agence France-Presse
Two rare copies of "Mein Kampf" signed by the young Nazi leader Adolf Hitler went under the hammer for $64,850 Thursday in Los Angeles, auctioneers said.