CREATIVES ADAPTING Marika Blossfeldt

CREATIVES ADAPTING Marika Blossfeldt

Health coach, cookbook author, and retreat facilitator Marika Blossfeldt spends winters in Beacon, upstate New York, and summers at her farm Polli Talu in Rame küla, Estonia. Her most recent book, “COOKING WITH MARIKA: Clean Cuisine from an Estonian Farm” was published in May 2020. It has won the 2020 ...

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Celebrating an International Education Week

  As we celebrate International Education Week and Global Entrepreneurship Week, we'd like to introduce to  you an exchange alumni and entrepreneur, Triin!   She studied in the U.S. in 2015 in the Digital Communication Network program. While in the U.S., Triin wanted to understand how to utilize digital tools ...

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Elmar Sepp In Memoriam

  Elmar Sepp was born on the island of Saaremaa in a free and independent Estonia in 1925.   The fifth of six children of Hindrik, a merchant marine, and Mari, a farmer and homemaker. After his father was imprisoned and killed by Soviet invaders at the outbreak of World ...

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Autumn Harvest Holidays in Estonia

Children of Tallinn's Old Town's schools traditionally visit Riigikogu (Parlament) on Martinmas, where they were greeted by Henn Põlluaas, the Speaker of the Riigikogu. Photo by Postimees   Late autumn is the time when harvests conclude, the weather cools and the days grow shorter.   In Estonia, as in many ...

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Epp Sonin’s Musical Journey in Song and Story

Epp-Karike Sonin.   Epp-Karike Sonin always amazes, inspires and delights us — especially on January 11 when she beautifully performed at the dedication of the "Epp Sonin Music Room"  at the Follen Church in Lexington, Massachusetts.   Her lovely lyric soprano captivated everyone. The spacious room, featuring floor-to-ceiling windows and ...

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Estonian Society of Central Florida Celebrated EV101 With Joy

New Estonian Honorary Consul in St. Petersburgis (FL) Kaie Põhi Latterner. Kesk-Florida Eesti Selts, EV101, February 23, Clearwater, FL. Photo by Erkki Taada   Far exceeding the attendance guesstimates of the Kesk Florida Eesti Seltsi (KFES) juhatus/ Estonian Society of Central Florida Board, 71 guests attended the asso ciation's celebration of the 101st anniversary of the Republic of Estonia. ...

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NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence Holds Briefings on Capitol Hill

Senator Grassley making welcome remarks.   The NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence (StratCom COE), located in Riga, Latvia, recently sent five of its experts to Washington to present their series of reports on a variety of cybersecurity topics, including robotrolling, social media vulnerabilities, and manipulation of online behavior. Senator Chuck Grassley (RIA), co-chair of the Senate Baltic Freedom Caucus, made welcome remarks and ...

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Anu Tali Begins Second Half of Final Season Conducting Florida Orchestra

News continues to trickle in regarding Estonian conductors' performances abroad this year, whether with their own orchestra or as guest conductor. Anu Tali, musical director of the Sarasota Orchestra, has two new progammes to direct with her Florida orchestra, and is kicking off the second half of the current season with a total of seven concerts, writes ERR News.   Ms Tali's ...

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Lõimeleer – Language And Culture Camps For Foreign Estonian Children

‘Lõimeleer’ is a summer camp designed for Estonian youngsters who live abroad. It gives them the opportunity to mix with kids their own age who live in Estonia, to learn traditional handicrafts (woodwork, jewellery and textiles), to play games involving musical instruments, singing and dancing, to find out how horses are used and controlled and other quintessentially traditional Estonian skills.   ...

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How To Chop Down A Christmas Tree In Europe’s Most Digitally Progressive State

Estonians love the forest. The Baltic nation and former Soviet republic is, according to a somewhat contested legend, also home to the first Christmas tree. So when the holidays roll around, it makes sense that many Estonians decamp to the nation’s plentiful forest to cut down their tree, writes Rosie Spikes in Quartzy (qz.com)   This might sound like the most ...

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ESTO 2019 Pass Sales Have Begun!

Tallinn - ESTO 2019 passes can be bought at a reduced price until February 28th, 2019, from the ESTO website estofestival.com.    The XII Global Estonian Cultural Festival will take place in Helsinki, Tartu and Tallinn during the week leading up to the National Song and Dance Festival, June 27 - July 3, 2019.   The official opening ceremonies will take ...

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Estonia’s Avant Garde “Non Grata” Lands In Los Angeles

Begun in the 1990’s after the fall of the Soviet Union as a response to the intellectual elite’s attempt to dominate the art world of Estonia and Eastern Europe, NON GRATA’s spontaneous group of artists - constantly evolving and interchangeable in it’s national membership - landed at Jason Vass Gallery in Los Angeles last week with another crazy, undefinable, chaosdriven fun ...

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Pumpkin parkla

This low-tech jalg/ratta/hoidja (bicycle rack) in central Saaremaa, fashioned out of a palk (log) can accomodate rattad (bikes, literally "wheels"; jalg/ratas = "leg wheel"), as well as large aed/viljad ("garden crop/fruit", i.e. fruits and vegetables) awaiting transport. Perhaps the smaller one of these two kõrvitsad (pumpkins) could fit in your ratta/korv (bike basket). And then, ...

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The Baltic Boston Centennial Art Exhibit!

Friday, November 23rd and Saturday, November 24th Marriott Boston Copley Place   For the first time in Boston, over 30 internationally known Baltic artists from the US, Canada, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania have joined forces to create a unique and exciting art exhibit to commemorate the Baltic Centennial in Boston.This historic exhibit is free and open to the public at the ...

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Estonian Experts in DC

Merle Maigre at StratCom DC.   Two Washington think tanks recently held their annual events looking at the security situation and hybrid threats in the transatlantic sphere. Both featured Estonian officials speaking on strategic communications, cyber security and hybrid warfare. EANC’s Washington, DC Director Karin Shuey caught up with the Estonian guests at both events.   In late September, the Center ...

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Black Cat Month

"My name is Süsi (Coal) not Eba/õnn(Bad Luck). I want to find a loving home too. Kirjuta mulle." (Write me). Oktoober is Musta kassi kuu (Black Cat Month) at the Kasside Turva/kodu (cats' "safe home", i.e. shelter) in Tallinn.   It is an MTÜ or mitte/tulundus/ühing – nonprofit organization, as is Varju/paikade MTÜ (varju/paik is another word for a shelter), which ...

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English, the Foreign Language

A recurring English language column in Vaba Eesti Sõna… the death nail of the Estonian language in the United States, or a palliative for its demise?    Good question (even if I did write it myself). To some, the fact that this article is written in English by someone who understands and speaks Estonian is a travesty. ...

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Behind the Sauna, By the Pond

That's what the title of the popular children's (and everybody's) song "Sauna taga tiigi ääres" means. So what did the characters Miku and Manni look like? Has anybody illustrated this tale?... They were catching konna/poegi (tadpoles, pollywogs, literally "frog young") lõhki/löödud panniga – with a old, beaten up, cracked pan. (In the original rhyme, written in 1901 by Hermann ...

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Awaiting A Visit

Cookies left for Santa or meatballs for a deceased grandfather during hingede/aeg, the time of souls – it all depends on where you're from. Photo: Riina Kindlam   Estonians visit and light candles on the graves of loved ones on 2. november, hingede/päev (All Souls Day), as do many Europeans ...

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Spotlight On Estonian Cinema In NYC

October 13 – October 19, 2017 Anthology Film Archives   This brief series shines a spotlight on what is, from the U.S. vantage point, an undeniably obscure, unexplored feature of the filmic landscape: the cinema of Estonia.   Guestcurated by Tallinn-based curator, Greete Põrk (Director of the Freedom Fries Alternative ...

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Q&A with Estonian Ministry of Defense

Lt.Gen. Riho Terras, Chief of Defence of Estonia, Minister of Defence of Estonia Hannes Hanso and Minister of Defence of Finland Jussi Niinisto at the Warsaw Summit.  Photo courtesy of NATO Flickr page.   The EANC board recently coordinated with the Estonian Embassy on sending security-related questions to the Estonian ...

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The Little Engine That Could

New Yorgi Eesti Segakoori Kontsert pühapäeval 1. mail 2016  New Yorgi Eesti Ev. Luteri Usu Kirikus. Foto: Al Brownell   May 1st Concert The Immanuel Lutheran Church on Lexington Avenue and 88th Street hosted a choral concert by the New York Estonian Mixed Choir in a program featuring both classical, ...

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“Description of An Estonian Diary”

Starting from the back top row: Koidula Suurmagi , Eiki Martinson , in the center: Ene Piirak , artistic director Richard Riley and Estonian Ambassador Eerik Marmei, Uku Meri , Kiku Martinson and Heli Kubja , Kadi Piirak and Aili Dalton .  From the left: Margit Sirgo with her daughter ...

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Stanford Librarian Became An e-Resident Of Estonia

Stanford Librarian Michael Keller became an Estonian e-resident on November 3, by receiving a digital identity card at the Estonian Embassy in Washington. In addition to being a symbol of his continuous support towards Estonian and Baltic studies at Stanford, his status as an e-resident also simplifies his communication with ...

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Five Estonians To Watch

Inspired by Skype, ambitious entrepreneurs have the confidence to believe their dreams can come true, writes Henry Muller in technologist.eu.   On the photo: Priit Potter, (age 34), Tallinn University of Technology, PLUMBR (2011), Funds raised €1,500,000, Employees 20   What Apple is to America, Skype is to Estonia – ...

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An International Counter-Terrorism Training ATHOS Held In Estonia

In the beginning of October, an international special intervention units anti-terrorism simulation ATHOS 2015 (Allied Terrorism Hindering Operation Simulation) was held in Southern Estonia to practice cooperation and exchange tactical experiences in solving a large-scale hostage crisis. Estonian Minister of the Interior Hanno Pevkur said that international cooperation increases the ...

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TransferWise Wins EY UK Entrepreneur Of The Year Award

Kristo Käärmann and Taavet Hinrikus.   Photo by T.Blaat / delfi.ee   TransferWise co-founders, Taavet Hinrikus and Kristo Käärmann, have been named Ernst and Young UK Entrepreneurs of the Year 2015. The award recognizes leaders of a young company that fit specific judging criteria: innovation, strategic direction, entrepreneurial vision, financial performance, ...

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On The Corner Of Warm And Waning

On Sept. 23, the day of the autumnal equinox or sügisene pööri/päev at 11.21 Eastern European Summer Time, the place to be was on the corner of Suve and Sügise Streets in Tallinn, or literally on the spot where summer and fall meet.   Like virtually all place names in ...

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Calling All Estonian-American Historians

Andres Simonson Seattle 1950 family   The Estonian American National Council (EANC) needs your help to tell the Estonian-American story.     They are out there somewhere. Maybe in an old shoebox in a dark forgotten corner of the attic. Maybe inside the front cover of a dusty book, whose ...

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From Estonia With Love

If you look carefully at the beautiful photograph “Composer’s Kit” by Tõnu Kõrvits, you will spot a stone nestled near the bottom left with the poignant inscription “peace on earth.”   This should not surprise anyone familiar with the history of Estonia, a country that has been on the brink ...

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EANC Letter To President Obama

September 1, 2014The President The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., NW Washington, DC 20500   Dear Mr. President, Estonian Americans applaud your upcoming visit to Estonia and hope that it signifies not only symbolic, but increased tangible U.S. support to the Baltic countries, Poland, and of course, Ukraine.  The protection ...

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Baltic Way Commemoration In Chicago

  On August 23rd over a thousand people filled Chicago’s City Hall Plaza in anticipation of replicating the 400-mile long human chain that has become known as the Baltic Way and to remember the secret Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact.   Due to heavy rain, after more than an hour’s delay, we were ...

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Happy Mother’s Day!

Photo: Siiri Lind   More than 30 years ago, after the Estonian Language Mother’s Day service in Cleveland, asked my husband’s niece who does not speak Estonian, why even men are wiping tears when singing “Mother’s Heart?” That night my husband sat down and wrote the translation  - a very ...

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Honorary Doctor Of Musical Arts

New England Conservatory will bestow honorary Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA) degrees on four distinguished musicians and scholars at its 143rd annual Commencement Exercises, Sunday, May 18 at 3 p.m. in NEC’s Jordan Hall.   The recipients are choral conductor and educator Simon Carrington, jazz composer/bandleader/activist Carla Bley, musicologist and ...

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Arizona Estonians Celebrate “Vabariigi aastapäev”

Estonian Honorary Consul Michael Chan of Phoenix, Jim and Linda Abbott, James 'Ilo' Becker, Josiah Becker, Jess Williams and Tatum Wright, Peter and Ann Boyer, John Willis, Melissa Kula, Steve Martinez, Linda Becker, Hilja Hõplus-Martinez, Julius Becker, Janet and Erik Arro, Eda and Rees Fischer with Mari, Estonian Embassy First ...

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When In Europe…

…the emergency telephone number you know as 911 is häda/abi/number 112. How are children in laste/aed (kindergarten) taught to remember this important number? They make it out of packing snow and paint it red.   Photo: Riina Kindlam   There’s an expression in Estonian, that if you want someone to really ...

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Headgear For Vabariigi Aastapäev

The eestlaste muistne vabadus/võitlus aka 13th century Northern Crusades era look became so popular, these two cubs-in-training or mini-hundud Suvi Mari (4)and Tuuli (5), wore them to their kindergarten class.   This sparked their teacher Aire and soon the whole class was making and wearing the historic and stylish headgear. ...

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Hobu, homonym

The annual FIRE AND ICE party in Tallinn, known for its fire sculptures, burning of Christmas trees (note the nifty tree recycling symbol) and ice sculptures, could also be interpreted as the COME AND STAY party. Such is the beauty of homonüümid or homonyms, words that share the same spelling ...

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EANC COUNCIL ELECTIONS

The EANC Election Committee announces elections for the Estonian American National Council’s XXI Council, as authorized by the current XX Council. Members are elected for four years.  EANC, representing the interests of Estonian Americans, works to preserve, promote and support our Estonian cultural heritage and U.S. Estonian communities, as well ...

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I resolve…

Graphic warnings on packages of sigaretid aka suitsud ("smokes") are nothing new, but most likely the texts in Estonian are... The sticker on the top is proof that these are not sala/sigaretid or "secret cigarettes", i.e. have not been illegally smuggled, (a major problem at the Russian border) and are ...

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“Love in the 21st century”

11 Estonian Contemporary Artists in BOSI Gallery, NYC   The prestigious BOSI Contemporary gallery presents the Estonian Lithography Center's "Love in the 21st Century" exhibition by 11 well-known Estonian contemporary artists who all have their own message and point of view of love. Artists: Kadri Alesmaa, Peeter Allik, Toomas Altnurme, ...

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Homage in dough

  Not just any old wooden chair, but a gingerbread replica of a famed late 19th century Lutheri tool or plywood (vineerist) chair made in Tallinn's A. M. Lutheri Mehaanilise Puidu/töötlemise Vabrik / Luther Woodworking Company.   From 1880 to 1940, the Luther factory was one of the world's leading ...

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2015 KLENK-IEP – Cruising Estonian Style!

Mark your calendars for January 24 - 31, 2015!  The first ever KLENK (Kesk-Lääne Eesti Noorte Koondis / Midwestern Estonian Youth Association) and IEP (Idaranniku Eesti Päevad / East Coast Estonian Days) joint event will take place aboard the beautiful Ruby Princess, setting sail from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, and bound ...

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Loodi Vaba Eesti Sõna Reservkonto

The Nordic Press, Inc. juhatus on asutanud “Vaba Eesti Sõna Reservfond’i”, mis oma tegevuse läbi kindlustaks eestikeelse kirjavara pikaajalise ilmumise USAs (hiljem nimetati see ümber Vaba Eesti Sõna Reservkontoks). Fondi ajutisse juhatusse kuuluvad Nordic Pressi abiesimees Priit Parming, endine Nordic Pressi abiesimees Jüri Martinson, Nordic Pressi laekur Siiri Lind, ERKÜ ...

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Estonia’s Highlights In 2013

Lasting Liberty Day27 March 2013 marked a very special day for Estonia and its citizens. On that day, the Republic of Estonia had been independent longer in the post-Cold War period than it was in the interwar period.   More specifically, from the retreat of the German Reich forces on ...

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No Crackers, But Crowns

Making traditional jõulu/kroonid (Christmas crowns) is easy, at least the basic octahedron or eight-faceted shape. You don't wear them, you hang them from the ceiling. Traditionally they're made from straw (õle/kõrred) or reeds (pilli/roog), but these cubs and scouts in the Nõmme suburb of Tallinn artfully mastered the kaheksa/tahukas (octahedron) ...

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JBANC Statement On The Situation In Ukraine

December 11, 2013   The Joint Baltic American National Committee, Inc. (JBANC), echoing the concerns of Americans of Estonian, Latvian, and Lithuanian heritage, and the Ukrainian people and concerned individuals and governments around the world, calls for a fair, democratic, and peaceful solution to the increasingly volatile situation in Ukraine. ...

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Kalev Leetaru Among Leading Global Thinkers

Kalev H. Leetaru has been honored as one of Foreign Policy Magazine’s top 100 Global Thinkers of 2013, an enormously prestigious award which recognize “the world’s most exciting people... made a measurable difference in politics, business, technology, the arts, the sciences, and more.”   Kalev Leetaru is being recognized as ...

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Lotte Performed At Millennium Stage

Gerli Padar.     Photo by Estonian Embassy in Washington   Lotte performed at Kennedy Center Millennium Stage in Washington, DC,  for a full house on November 9, 2013.   Lotte is a little girl puppy dog whose home is in the most wonderful town — Gadgetville! It’s a place where ...

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Mükoloogia For First Graders

This is an exerpt from an Estonian grade 1 nature (loodus/teadus) workbook. The assignment, part of the chapter marked sügis (fall), was to cut out the names of the various seened (mushrooms) and match them with the correct picture. If 7 year-old first graders in Eesti can identify them, so ...

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Hallowe’en Made Very Simple

PHOTO: The Müra/karu (Rambunctious Bears) cub scouts of Tormi/linnu lipkond (Storm Bird troop), Rävala malev (Tallinn area) were getting ready for mardipäev, St. Martin's Day or Martinmas at the Eesti Vabaõhumuuseum or Open Air Museum (Pioneer Village) last weekend. This included learning riddles and songs, making masks and eating the ...

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Estonian Symphony Moves Mountains Of Sound

Cellist Narek Hakhnazaryan performed the Dvorak Cello Concerto led by Estonian Symphony conductor Neeme Järvi at the Soka center in Aliso Viejo. Photo: Barbara Davidson / LA Times / November 3, 2013)   The L.A. Times Music review: Conductor Neeme Järvi evokes the resonant power of nature in an Estonian ...

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Q & A With Mark Kostabi

October 17, 2013BY SIMONE BROWN - Sun-Gazette Correspondent, Williamsport Sun-Gazette         World-renowned artist and composer Mark Kostabi is displaying his work for the rest of October in Williamsport, PA, at 33 East, 33 E. Third St. The event is presented by the Converge Gallery, who helped hang 11 original canvases created ...

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Ei aeg ei peatu

Kas fotol olev hoone on tuttav? See asub Tallinna kesklinnas Viru hotelli vastas ning selles paiknes kunagi Eesti esimene rulltrepp. Hoone ehitati üheks kindlaks otstarbeks, "mille keskus ei pea asuma suure kolossina Tallinna ühe kõige kallima krundi peal,” arvab selle endise nõukogu liige, küll aga jääb antud ettevõte koos paljude ...

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Seabrook Reunion in Las Vegas

A Seabrook reunion was held at the Golden Nugget in Las Vegas  Oct. 7 - 8, 2013. The reunion was organized and hosted by an active group of Japanese Americans.  The reunion committee included  Fumio Ikeda, Ken and Sally Sasaki, Ann Lowe, Chris Hada, Chiz Hada Sakata, Hide Stevenson, Norman ...

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A Mission To Translate Marie Under Into English

A mission to translate the work of Estonia’s most influential poet into English is underway, writes Silver Tambur in an article in estonianworld.com While Estonia has recently become internationally better known for its technological achievements, it has been somewhat slower in showcasing its cultural heritage. Arvo Pärt may well be ...

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Baruto Leaves Sumo Wrestling in Surprise Move

Baruto (Kaido Höövelson).    Photo by ERR   ERR News - Estonia's only professional sumo wrestler, Kaido Höövelson, aka Baruto, has unexpectedly announced that he is retiring from the sport.The 28-year-old said the decision was motivated by a knee injury that has turned out to be more serious than originally thought, ...

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20 Years Ago: ‘Free, but Not Finished’

ERR - Although July 2013 has gone into the books without any earth-shaking events, this week marks the 20th anniversary of the culmination of a crisis that seems unthinkable today.Back then, coup and secession - now concepts seemingly confined to North Africa - didn't seem outside the realm of possibility ...

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Simson: pensioniea tõstmise asemel peaks tegelema väljarändega

Keskerakonna aseesimehe Kadri Simsoni sõnul peaks rahva kestmajäämise ja sotsiaalsüsteemi jätkusuutlikkuse tagamiseks tegelema inimeste lahkumise põhjustega, mitte tõstma pensioniiga.Statistikaameti peadirektor Andres Oopkaup rääkis eelmise nädala reedel, et Eesti pensionisüsteem on jätkusuutlik eeldusel, et 2060. aastaks tõuseb pensioniiga 74. eluaastani ehk inimene saab pensionile 75-aastasena. Simson märkis ERRi uu-disteportaalile, et statistikaamet ...

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Järjekordne kõrge tunnustus Prima ehitusfirmale

Viimastel aastatel on New Jersey osariigi Atlandi Piirkonna Ehitusühing korduvalt austanud Toms Riveris tegutsevat Prima firmat. Kohalik ajaleht “Asbury Park Press” teatas hiljuti oma lehes Atlandi Piirkonna Ehitusühingu aastakoosolekul langetatud otsusest tunnustada Arvo Prima poolt juhitud firmat, kui kõige eeskujulikumat ehitusettevõtet, mis kõige paremini esindab ehitajate ideaale. Prima firma president ...

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Sinimägede lahingute mälestusüritusel osales sadu inimesi

Ida-Virumaal Vaivara vallas Grenaderimäel toimus  27. juulil 20. Eesti relvagrenaderide diviisi veteranide iga-aastane kokkutulek, kus mälestati Sinimägede lahingutes langenuid.   Kokkutulekut korraldava 20. Eesti relvagrenaderide diviisi veteranide ühenduse juhatuse esimees Mauri Kiudsoo ütles Postimehele, et mälestusüritus möödus rahumeelselt ning erinevalt varasematest aastatest ühtki provokaatorit kohale ei tulnud. «Ma arvan, et ...

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Honorary consuls promote business, culture ties.

 Miami has a large professional diplomatic corps funded by nations from around the globe, dozen of smaller nations get their diplomatic feet on the ground by serving their nations with honorary consuls. Four years ago there were 67 honorary consuls posted in Florida, the largest groups surrounding the area of ...

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The purpose of ESTOs is not only cultural…

There is often talk of a “global Estonia” since Estonians live all over the world possibly a couple of hundred thousand Estonians live now outside of Estonia.  Estonian Culture Minister Rein Lang said at the National Congress in SF that we live in a “global village”, he emphasized that this ...

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The Big Event: Hansa Days

Tartu Hanseatic Days July 19 – 21, 2013 Tartu gets back in touch with its roots as a Hanseatic trading city with an upcoming and all-encompassing Medieval festival. Expect the town to fill with people wearing historic costumes, and the Old Town to turn into a gigantic marketplace. Each year, ...

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Estonian National Ballet In San Francisco

The U.S. debut of the Estonian National Ballet on June 28 night at the Palace of Fine Arts was the highlight of the gala that opened Lep-Esto 2013, a four-day celebration of Estonian culture in San Francisco, writes Mary Ellen Hunt in SFGate.com Now directed by Toomas Edur, the 87-year-old ...

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Estonian Society Of Central Florida Pauses For Summer

  Spring is the busiest season of the year for Floridians and the Estonian Society of Central Florida (Kesk Florida Eesti Selts).  Activities span officially from Vabariigi Aastapäev to May and unofficially to Võidupüha and Jaanipäev. More than 60 members and guests of the Estonian Society of Central Florida (KFES) ...

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Estonian American Innovation Award

Ambassador Michael C. Polt announced on July 4 at the U.S. Embassy’s Independence Day Reception the creation of a new Estonian American Innovation Award to highlight innovation in Estonia and collaboration between Estonia and America toward this end.   The new award is being sponsored by the U.S. Embassy in ...

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HSBC Invests in Estonian-Founded Banking App Monese

HSBC Invests in Estonian-Founded Banking App Monese

HSBC, the largest bank in Europe, has made a US$35 million investment in the London-based banking app, Monese, founded by the Estonian entrepreneur, Norris Koppel, writes Estonian World. The investment was made by HSBC Ventures that provides capital to support growth initiatives for global clients specialising in innovation and technology. ...

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Mia Raadik Exhibits at ISCP in Brooklyn

Mia Raadik Exhibits at ISCP in Brooklyn

“Water Works” is a group exhibition curated by Danielle Wu that brings together seven artists who turn to the washroom as an aesthetic resource: Hana Al-Saadi, Laurie Kang, Ajay Kurian, Fatima Moallim, Mia Raadik, Pauline Shaw, and HaeAhn Woo Kwon. Whether inside the sauna, the hammam, the beauty salon, or ...

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