“Harsh, rough, like the powerful people who speak it, but also full of taste and charm, like the fruits and flowers of the mountain where it is spoken, the Albanian language – although impoverished by many centuries of immobility – is capable of expressing, with a wonderful sense, the nuances, the subtlest and keenest conceptions… Continue reading Are the Albanians living in the USA preserving the Albanian language?
Out of the many unique and unforgettable experiences that you can have in a foreign country, devouring scrumptious local food comes at the top. People who are traveling to Albania for the first time are in for the surprise of their life when they will be introduced to mouthwatering foods that ooze with flavors and great… Continue reading 13 Must-Try Foods in Albania
‘Police, you have blood on your hands’, ‘How many more?‘, are just some of the calls that were chanted today in Prishtina as a sign of revolt against violence toward women. Today, a protest against violence toward women was held in the “Zahir Pajaziti” square in Prishtina, which came after yesterday’s case where a man… Continue reading Kosovo protests against violence towards women
In November 1923, First Lady Grace Coolidge gave permission for the District of Columbia Public Schools to erect a Christmas tree on the Ellipse south of the White House. The organizers named the tree the “National Christmas Tree.” That Christmas Eve, at 5 pm, President Calvin Coolidge walked from the White House to the Ellipse… Continue reading History of the National Christmas Tree
“Five, four, three, two, one!” and the towering National Christmas Tree blazed with bright color Wednesday evening as President Joe Biden marked a century-old American tradition leading the lighting near the White House. The president, joined by first lady Jill Biden and host LL Cool J, led the festive crowd braving damp, chilly weather in… Continue reading National Christmas Tree blazes to life with Biden lighting