12 hrs ago
Captivating their small audience
This is not the first picture on TE showing a child being fascinated by street musicians, and it won't be the last, I am sure.
16 hrs ago
Velodroom Does What Every Bike Light Should - Responds To Your Ride ...
Tartu, Estonia-based startup Velodroom leverages tech to solve a problem any bike commuter can sympathize with - how to add lights to your ride that are convenient to use and require absolutely nothing from the rider besides a simple installation.
20 hrs ago
City Paper's Baltics Worldwide
Tallinn second-instance court to publish its ruling on land swapping deals
Today, the Tallinn Circuit Court will publish its ruling on land swapping deals that involve one of Estonia's richest businessmen, Merko's owner Toomas Annus, former ministers Villu Reiljan and Ester Tuiksoo and former head of the Land Board Kalev Kangur.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
The First Vikings
According to historians, the Viking Age began on June 8, A.D. 793, at an island monastery off the coast of northern England.
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Mechanical Universea And Beyond, The "Lorentz Transformation" If the speed of light is to be the same for all observers, then the length of a meter stick, or the rate of a ticking clock, depends on who measures it.
Glenview Man Pleads Not Guilty In WMD Conspiracy
A northwest suburban man pleaded not guilty Tuesday to federal charges that he conspired to bypass U.S. trade laws to help his father export weapons of mass destruction to North Korea.
Itching for Eestimaa
party 'til you puke
When President Ilves called the heads of Estonia's four major parties to Kadriorg for a chat about how their vote rigging and assorted antics were having a deleterious affect on the health of the nation's democracy, one had a glimpse at a stagnant political system dominated by the same revolving cast of musical chairs personalities: Ansip, ... (more)
Mon Jun 17, 2013
The Baltic Times
Tallinn Seaplane Harbor wins recognition - The Baltic Times
Tallinn Seaplane Harbor was awarded the 2013 grand prix European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage/Europa Nostra Awards on June 16 in Athens, reports Public Broadcasting.
Estonia introduces its culture to Armenia
LETA June 15, 2013 Saturday 11:46 AM EST Estonia introduces its culture to Armenia Jun 13, 2013 TALLINN: On 12-16 June, the unique Estonian public diplomacy mission 'Everyone's Going to Yerevan' will take place in Yerevan and many other Armenian cities, in order to enliven cultural relations between Estonia and Armenia.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Let's be smart
Midsummer to be widely celebrated in Estonia
The holiday is the largest annual celebration in all three Baltic States, as they reconnect with their pagan roots.
Let's be smart
Patriarch Kirill in Estonia
Moscow - Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia is in Estonia since friday and up to today, June 16th, Protodeacon Alexander Volkov, the head of the patriarchal press service, told Interfax-Religion .
Sat Jun 15, 2013
'Everyone Is Going To Yerevan': Mission Is Possible
Within the framework of the Public Diplomacy Mission "Everyone is going to Yerevan", over 40 cultural events are being held in Yerevan and regions started June 12, including concerts, exhibitions, theater plays by artists from the former Soviet republics.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
National Review Online
The brief, bright northern summer has transformed the Estonian capital into a city of outdoor cafes, tourist buses, and long, lazy strolls.
National Review Online
June 14, 2013
The first systematic mass deportations of Latvians, Lithuanians and Estonians from their Soviet-occupied homelands took place in mid-June 1941, many of them on June 14, the date now most associated with this particular atrocity.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Termination of construction contract
On 13 June 2013 Nordecon AS handed in a termination notice for the design and construction contract of apartment houses and their adjacent infrastructure in Tallinn central area, signed on 21 May 2012 with Tivoli Arendus OAoe.
Russian Environmental Activist Granted Asylum In Estonia
Suren Gazarian examines a black substance that he said was part of a mudslide emanating from an illegal dump, close to the 2014 Olympics construction outside the Black Sea resort of Sochi in April 2011.
From Estonia to Kildare - it's a continuing Irish adventure
Beside Russia, there is a lovely, small Baltic country called Estonia with population of almost 1.3 million people - just a bit bigger than Dublin's urban area.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
The President was not present
This is the President's Palace in Tallinn, Estonia, built in 1938. It is located in a large public park called Kadriorg a short distance east of the city centre.
Scanfil Increasing Staffing in Estonia
The EMS company has increased head count in Parnu by about 25 workers since the beginning of the year, bringing the total to over 460.