How tender can music get? If you would like to find out, check out this podcast of Music Odyssey … 🙂
Did you ever wonder how would a computer generated music sound in different genres? If yes, give a listen to our first podcast of GOOD MORNING GREECE, radio show in which USB volunteers Filip and Cristi explore this phenomenon for you.
The second portion of intercultural notions of Thessaloniki from our EVSers. This time with Cristi, Esra, and Egle. Enjoy!
by Jack Cowles “I’m helping in my free time. I think that you cannot change the government, the only thing that you can do is to save the refugees in their daily life. To go there, to speak with them to make them realise that some people care about them because they feel like they […]
There are many ways to remember and one of the most effective is to remember telling. When you tell, you share, you transmit and it is created a much stronger and lasting memory. And when memory is combined with the art, well, it becomes a very powerful force. Just that kind of force was transmitted […]
by Georgina Smith Safer Internet Day 2017 #SID2017 On 7th February, the safer internet day aims to promote a safer and better use of the internet for the youth of the world. A number of people from around the world were asked whether they think we need a safer internet. This is a question down […]
by Jonathan Scatena “At a time of turbulence, radio provides an enduring platform to bring communities together. On the way to work, in our homes, offices and fields, in times of peace, conflict and emergencies, radio remains a crucial source of information and knowledge.” -Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO It has been 6 years […]
by Silvia Bartolotti (Photo Oleg, Despoina, Foivos and Era) It is Monday morning and the blue sea appears again among the white clouds from the heights of Agios Pavlos. For the last two days Thessaloniki has been under a dense fog, but suddenly the sun came back to shine. However this is not an usual […]
by Rino Maffione Among the 30 articles of the Declaration of Human Rights there is one that refers to the Right to have access to a proper education. For most of us, in the north-western part of the world, this right is fully satisfied, we all can go to school and actually during our study […]
by Silvia Bartolotti In this uncertain beginning of spring, there is an alternative way to spend a Sunday afternoon in town. The exhibition “Divided Memories 1940-1950” is organized by the Goethe-Institut and the Jewish Museum of Thessaloniki in the Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art. During the 1940s Greece was first subjected to a brutal Nazi […]