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Heino, the caretaker of the building next door, has tried to bring blue hepatica (Hepatica nobilis, liverwort) which love the shady forest floor, to a cultural city garden. Regrettably, the result will be the same as when picking sini/lilled ("blue flowers") to put in a vase –  the beauty is not long lived, but understandably the desire to be close to sinililled is great. You need to go to the woods to meet them! And while your’re at it, take time to support a ban on logging in Estonia during the spring nesting season. (Read more at Eesti Metsa Abiks / Estonian Forest Aid).   Photo: Riina Kindlam

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Opening of the exhibition.   Photo by Eleri Ever

An immersive live performance and exhibition exploring the shared language of visual art and music. In Reich Richter Pärt, two immersive live performances - one conceived by composer Steve Reich and painter Gerhard Richter, the other by Richter and composer Arvo Pärt—explore the shared sensory language of visual art and music.


From left: Minister Jüri Luik and panel members Dainis Butners, Marcus Kolga and Karin Shuey.

Estonian Singer Inger Performed at MUSEXPO in Los Angeles. 2019 "Eesti Laul" finalist Inger (Eesti Laul is the Estonian song contest whose winning song becomes the Estonian entry for the Eurovision Song Contest) was voted the A&R Worldwide music industry newsletter's new artist in February and performed at the MUSEXPO conference in Los Angeles on March 26.

Rev. Valdeko Kangro (102) of Andover CT, passed away in his home on Saturday, March 23, 2019.


Construction began with a ceremonial ground-breaking on March 5, 1966 and was finished in time for the grand opening on June 19, 1966. Groundbreaking, left to right: Karl Tubalkain, Hugo Orro, Herk Visnapuu, Andres Visnapuu, Jüri Pargas and Peeter Lapp.

Although maybe more accurately described in terms of a tribe, Estonian diaspora are rather clearly inclined to clan mentality. There is a difference between the two - tribe and clan. In the social structure hierarchy, a tribe are a people that share a culture and dialect, whereas a clan is a smaller subset of tribe, often defined as a group of people with a common ancestor.


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