Landmark Theaters is premiering BEYOND THE CALL It's playing for a week in each city. The opening weekend success in both cities are very important, because it will determine how wide Landmark will distribute the film around the US in theaters. Please, send this out to as many people as you can, including news letters, blogs, websites, radio,TV, etc. BEYOND THE CALL resonates with a very broad cross-section of the US population,
Dr. Radoslav Marić, autor knjige "Moja polnoćka" (urednik knjige prof. dr. Ivan Biondić, naklada "Kamen" Publishing LLC.), rođen je g. 1938 u Hercegovini, školu je polazio u Širokom Brijegu i Mostaru, medicinski fakultet završio u Zagrebu, a porodništvo i ginekologiju specijalizirao je u Petrovoj bolnici. Zbog političkih pritisaka šezdesetih godina odlazi sa ženom i djecom u Kanadu. Jedan je od utemeljitelja i član Upravnog odbora Udruge američkih Hrvata "Croatian American Association" (CAA).
Dr. Frano Topić, predsjednik Hrvatskog kulturnog drustva (HKD) Napredak gostovat ce u New Yorku u srijedu, 22. studenog, 2006 u maloj dvorani Hrvatskog centra na Manhattanu. Sastanak i susret s Dr. Topićem pocinje u 19 sati. Pozivaju se svi clanovi i prijatelji Napretka da prisustvuju ovom sastanku!
Adolph Lomb was OSA's treasurer from its founding until his death in 1932. In recognition of his devotion to OSA and the advancement of optics, the Adolph Lomb Medal, established in 1940, is presented to a person who has made a noteworthy contribution to optics at an early age. The candidate cannot be older than the age of 35.
Prof. Marin Soljačić was born in Zagreb, Croatia on February 7th, 1974. An expert in photonic crystals and nonlinear optics. Co-authored more than 60 scientific articles, a co-inventor on 12 patents (10 more pending), given more than 40 invited talks around the world. In 2005 awared Adolph Lomb Medal of the Optical Society of America. In 2006, chosen by Technology Review to be one of the "TR35": top 35 innovators under the age of 35.
Check a current issue of The New Yorker. Born in Pula, Croatia. Jelena's photographs have been published in The New Yorker, The New York Times, Forbes's Four Seasons Magazine, Prague Business Journal and others. Her work was exhibited at solo and group shows in Czech Republic, Croatia, France, Germany, Slovenia and USA.
"There are so many autonomous devices such as cell phones and laptops that have emerged in the last few years," said Assistant Professor Marin Soljacic from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and one of the researchers behind the work. "We started thinking, 'it would be really convenient if you didn't have to recharge these things'.
Despite efforts of Pittsburgh Croatians to buy the closed church and convert it into a shrine. St. Nicholas Croatian Catholic Church, built in 1901 and worshipped in until it was closed in 2004, could soon be bought by the Follieri Group.
With the Tesla Roadster, you get great acceleration and the highest energy efficiency at the same time. All while requiring no special driving skills to enjoy it. This makes the Tesla Roadster six times as efficient as the best sports cars while producing one-tenth of the pollution.
In Croatia's rugged interior, a stone's throw from the Bosnian border, hides one of Europe's most exotic hikes: through Plitvice (PLEET-veet-seh) Lakes National Park. There's nothing like this lush valley of 16 terraced lakes, laced together by waterfalls and miles of pleasant plank walks. Years ago, after a dozen or so visits, I thought I really knew Europe. Then I discovered Plitvice, and realized you can never exhaust Europe of its surprises.
Ed Bradley, the award-winning television journalist who broke racial barriers at CBS News and created a distinctive, powerful body of work during his 26 years on "60 Minutes," died Thursday. He was 65. Ed Bradley interviewed Nenad Bach for CBS in 1991, during the Croatian War for Independence.
Croatian heavyweight boxer, 22-year-old "Super Mario" Preskar, blitzed his way to 11th win keeping his undefeated record last Saturday, November 4, 2006 in Phoenix, Arizona. Preskar, knocked out Gene Valdez with a powerful left right combination in the first minute
It is with particular pleasure that we would like to announce the launching of the National Fellowships "For Women in Science" organized by L'Oreal Adria and the Croatian Commission for UNESCO, Ministry of Culture, with the purpose of awarding young women scientists from the Republic of Croatia.
U današnje doba su evidentne fascinantne mogućnosti proizvodnje, relativno velika platežna moć kupaca u razvijenim zemljama, visoko organizirana dostupnost raznovrsnih proizvoda, učinkovita marketinška aktivnost, svjetonazor koji potiče trošenje...
One of the most distinctive jazz singers ever, Helen Merrill started singing professionally sixty years ago when her warm voice paired with the Reggie Childs Orchestra in 1946. But that was just the start of a long and vivid story which would lead the talented young daughter of Croatian immigrants to make history in jazz by recording with [trumpeter] Clifford Brown and [arranger/bandleader] Gil Evans in the 1950s.
The annual exhbition of Croatian lace in the town of Lepoglava near Zagreb, showed amazing skills of our women in knitting, using subtle patterns of breathtaking beauty. The 10th International Lace Festival - Lepoglava 2006 has been very successfuly organized. The oldest testimony of lace making in Croatia is from the 15th century, mentioned in the minutes of the Dubrovnik Senat.
Come celebrate the music of Croatian composer Božidar Kunc. Ivana Kunc - Soprano, Daniel Ragone - Pianist. Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall Saturday afternoon, December 9, 2006 at 2:00 PM Tickets can be purchased at www.carnegiehall.org CarnegieCharge at (212)247-7800 or The Carnegie Hall Box Office at 57th Street and 7th Avenue
An attempt to explain the double rainbow can be found in Isaac Newton's book "The Optics", on p 147. No surprise. But the surprise is that on that page Newton cites a Croatian Jesuit, humanist and scientist Marc Antun Dominis (1560-1624). He spent six years in London, being invited by the English King James I. He lived at the Court of the Archbishop of Canterbury and was appointed to be the Windsor Dean and the King's chancellor.
Jeste li se ikada zapitali gdje je srce poduzetništva? Odmah vas misli odvedu na interese, novac, nekorektnost, zakone, kalkulacije, rad i znoj...... ili postoji nešto više, dublje....što ne poznajemo dovoljno...a zapravo zaboravljamo ono glavno: da je centar svega čovjek: poduzetnik, talentiran, obrazovan, stručan, motiviran, nabijen pozitivnim emocijama.
Podrazumijevamo neprihvatljivim, bilo kakvo trgovanje nacionalanim teritorijem ili mlitavo (ne)branjenje državnih granica, te rasprodaju vitalnih nacionalnih bogatstava ili njihovo neštićenje. U Europu (i druge asocijacije) se ulazi glavom (i argumentima koji štite interse RH) a ne na koljenima dodvornički.
Kako se ne prisjetiti izjave velikana hrvatske agronomije prof. Frangeša iz 1930. da je poljoprivreda "vremenski prvo, a po važnosti najodličnije zanimanje tj. podloga svih drugih zanimanja, podloga kulture i civilizacije."
U tekstu natjecaja jasno su objasnjeni svi uvjeti natjecaja, sto se financira, koliko i u kojem trajanju te tehnicki detalji vezano uz prijavu. Ukratko, za program Senior nije definirana dob kandidata vec se gleda trajanje nezavisne istrazivacke karijere, koja za hrvatske gradane koji su u inozemstvu mora biti u trajanju od najmanje 5 godina
The Reims Evangelistary, or The Coronation Book, a Croatian glagolitic book written in 1395 in Prague, Czechia, kept in Reims in France since the 16th century, with which French kings were sworn in during the coronation in the Reims cathedral, among them Louis XIV
In the academic year 2003 University of Zagreb Medical School (UZMS) introduced a new 12-semester/8 semester (6/4-year) Medical Doctor Study program in English. Graduates of the program are granted a diploma conferring the professional title of Doctor of Medicine (MD). This program is entirely instructed in English, and is also designed so as to meet both American (USMLE) and European Union standards with its internationally accredited exams. Read more...
Zagreb, Croatia. The study was completed in cooperation between the Croatian research institute Rudjer Boskovic and the Paris-based Necker Institute. Ksenija Zahradka, a leading researcher in the study, told a news conference. "It is an extremely fascinating phenomenon to see how a cell itself can repair its fairly destroyed DNA." Croatian scientist Miroslav Radman supervised the experimental part of the study. October 3rd 2006.
ZAGREB - Croatian scientists have worked out how a radiation-resistant bacterium that can exist in extreme conditions repairs damage to itself, a discovery which could provide clues about diseases such as cancer. "Through evolution, the bacteria have developed a mechanism to precisely reconstruct its DNA. Until now this has been a scientific riddle," Ksenija Zahradka, a leading researcher in the study, told a news conference.
NOVI HUMORISTICKO-SATIRICKI (non-profit) MAGAZIN u potpuno novom i neuobicajenom obliku je od nedavno online. Pravi vatromet humora, karikatura, satire, stripova, gegova i animacija na 292 strane, prezentirano na nacin koji dosad u hrvatskom net-u nije vidjen. Citaj vise...
Croatian-American photographer Zoran Orlic, will be in Dublin, Ireland this weekend, October 1st to promote the launch of his book "THE FRAMES: Behind the Glass." The launch will feature an exhibit of photographs from the book and an appearance by the Frames. Zoran will also be on hand to sign copies of the book.
Fiorello La Guardia, three-time Mayor of New York City, died today in his sleep. Mr. La Guardia, through his knowledge of Yiddish, German, French, Italian and several Croatian dialects, obtained a job as interpreter at Ellis Island. He attended New York University Law School at night, and eventually was transferred to the legal department of the immigration service...
Ostvarenje emancipacije često označava dobivanje onoga što mislimo da smo željeli. Voljeli bi da to ne znači da smo se oslobodili od onoga što nismo željeli kako bismo postali robovi stvari do kojih nam je stalo.
Joseph M. Settich (left) was a student of St. Joseph Catholic School in St. Louis. This school was a part of St. Joseph Croatian parish and was closed in the 1980's. Joseph became a prominent attorney in St. Louis until his death in 1971. This photo was taken circa 1931. Photos submitted by Robert Settich.
Croatian piano prodigy Mia Elezovic, American Grammy award winning guitarist Sharon Isbin, and the fiery principal guest conductor Zvonimir Hacko will present masterworks by Schumann, Rodrigo, Mendelssohn, and Beethoven.