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Exhibition "Estonia Through 100 Pairs of Eyes" in San Francisco
The travelling exhibition and accompanying book "Estonia Through 100 Pairs of Eyes", completed for Estonia's centenary, has now reached San Francisco. It tells the story of Estonia through the portrait photographs and stories of one hundred Estonians, aged 100 to 1 year old, living in Estonia and abroad. The exhibition is open Mon.-Fri. from 9 to 5 at the World Affairs Council auditorium until the end of June.

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Theatre Estonia after bombing.   Archive photo

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“I am raising funds to print 2,000 copies of Cooking With Marika ­– Clean Cuisine from an Estonian Farm (336 pages, 111 recipes), the English translation of my second cookbook and nutrition guide featuring gorgeous full-page photographs by Hele-Mai Alamaa,” writes  Marika Blossfeldt in her Kickstarter introduction.

My name is Helga Merits. I’m a documentary filmmaker. My latest film was Coming home soon – the refugee children of Geislingen. There are still screenings (see  http://geislingen.estdocs.com), but in the meantime I have started to work on other projects. One will be about Seabrook Farms. This farm – one of the largest vegetable factories in the U.S. - was one of the places where refugees could find work shortly after the Second World War.

Over 300 Scouts Attend St. George's Day Camp and Parade
Over 300 boy, girl, and cub scouts gathered in the seaside town of Haapsalu last weekend to participate in the annual Jüripäeva (St. George's Day) camp, which wraps up with a parade and marks the start of the long-awaited outdoor activity season.

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A delegation from the Estonian Ministry of Culture was in DC in the beginning of April. They brought with them two kannels (kannel is a traditional Estonian string instrument that has been a part of local culture for 2000 years) that found new homes. One kannel was donated to the Smithsonian Institution and the other to the Kennedy Center. From left to right: Kevin Struthers, Director of Jazz Programming at the Kennedy Centre; Cynthia Palafox, Coordinator of Institutional Affairs at the Kennedy Centre; Alicia Adams, Vice President of International Programming at the Kennedy Centre; members of the Estonian Ministry of Culture: Madli-Liis Parts, Musical Adviser; Heili Jõe, Head of the Foreign Relations Department; Merilin Piipuu, Undersecretary for Cultural Heritage.  Photo by the Estonian Embassy in Washington

TALLINN, Estonia — Uber used to dominate ride-hailing in Poland and Kenya. Over the past two years, that started to change, writes Adam Satario in the New York Times on April 23, 2019 in a piece about Estonian successful start-up Taxify / Bolt.

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