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» KAFKA'S FRIEND and FORGOTTEN SON by Miro Gavran go digital on Amazon
By Ratimir Mocnaj | Published 06/12/2011 | Croatian Language , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
The most frequently translated contemporary Croatian writer, Miro Gavran, has published his novels Kafka's Friend and Forgotten Son in their English translation by Nina H. Kay-Antoljak as e-books on AMAZON, making them accessible with the Kindle electronic reader. Miro Gavran's works have been translated into 35 languages, and his books have come out in 150 different editions at home and abroad. His dramas and comedies have had more than 200 theatre first nights around the world and have been seen by more than two million theatre-goers.
» New Soccer star Argentinian Croat Dario Cvitanich nets hat trick for Ajax
By Ratimir Mocnaj | Published 12/30/2008 | Sports , People | Unrated
Dario Cvitanich (left) secured his hat trick in the 3-0 win over Den Haag inside the first hour of play (6', 17', 55'). He has also scored 6 goals in the last 3 games for Ajax. Cvitanich was born in Argentina but is of Croatian origin.
» Benedictine nuns buy shares in Croatian soccer club
By Ratimir Mocnaj | Published 10/23/2008 | Humor And Wisdom | Unrated
A group of Croatian Benedictine nuns have bought shares in a leading Croatian soccer club, the Vecerni List paper said on Wednesday. The 19 nuns, from a convent located some 150 km (93 miles) away from the coastal city of Zadar, bought 50 shares worth around $4,500 in Hajduk Split, the nine time champions of Croatia.
» Cradle Of Football Is Not England, But Dalmatia!
By Ratimir Mocnaj | Published 09/12/2008 | Sports , History | Unrated
In the 1st ct BC, young Illyrian Delmata tribe warriors, bided their time by passing each other a ball made from leather or bull hair. Sinj-based amateur archaeologist Josip Bepo Britvic dedicated his entire life to proving and providing evidence for this theory. Taking a walk in 1947, in hometown Sinj, he saw a rooted relief on a facade, showing a young man holding...a "football".
» Composer Margareta Jeric to perform at the University of Montreal on April 5, 2008
By Ratimir Mocnaj | Published 03/28/2008 | Culture And Arts | Unrated
Maragreta Jeric (left) will be performing her work "Upload" on April 5th at 7:30 p.m. under the conduct of Jean-Franįois Rivest. The concert is part of a series dedicated to Claude Vivier and will take place at Claude-Champagne Hall on 200 Vincent-d’Indy. 
» Dr. Ante Padjen, founder of the "I Medici di McGill"
By Ratimir Mocnaj | Published 03/4/2008 | Culture And Arts | Unrated
The non-profit I Medici got off the ground as Dr. Ante Padjen's string quartet 30 years ago. "My sanity valve," says Padjen (left), who officially formed the orchestra in 1989.  Today, physicians, medical students and researchers make up half of I Medici di McGill's musicians.
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