2016-04-08 06:36:47

The hard Truth about America

Spiridon RSS / 08.04.2016. u 07:36
2016-04-01 13:52:16

Ne Glasajte Za Notaxa

angie01 RSS / 01.04.2016. u 14:52



2016-02-26 23:44:55

Nova knjiga + predstava + koktel

Filip Mladenović RSS / 27.02.2016. u 00:44

Ko čita - ne skita!
Ko čita - ne skita!
Osnovano 1922.
Osnovano 1922.
Magičan ples sudbine: rođen sam u porodilištu u ulici Narodnog fronta. Prvu godinu života proveo

2016-02-16 11:32:23

Balkan Time(s)

Chris Farmer RSS / 16.02.2016. u 12:32

Time is a funny thing.

We usually think we don't have enough of it, as if it would suddenly run out. And sometimes time seems to stand still. We set ourselves appointments in time, deadlines in time, and sometimes allow ourselves a timeout.

The whole world has agreed to this arbitrary standard, as a means of segmenting our finite human sojourn on this planet. We have divided it up into a certain amount of months, weeks, days, and hours and we agree to allow it to reign supreme over all our activities. Time is a cruel master - it never bends to our needs and we are forever chasing after it.

2016-01-22 15:17:00


Vojislav Stojković RSS / 22.01.2016. u 16:17

Gost: amika - Milivoj Anđelković, književnik 

Кафић “Вол стрит”, сав у црвеном плишу и бордо кожи, ушушкан у меку атмосферу и снабдевен свим врстама оштрих пића, био је омиљено место бизнисменима различитих профила. Они мали, чија је фирма била ташна-машна-мобилни знали су да је бити у “Вол стриту” ствар престижа – имиџ, бре, ортак, то ти је пола бизниса! Они моћнији, које су пратиле дугоноге секретарице изабране међу запосленима, ту су заказивали састанке, уговарали проценте, рабате и проналазили извршиоце за ситније послове којима нису желели да “прљају” своје пословање. “Видимо се у “Вол стриту”! – била је реченица коју су сви радо изговарали јер је тако пословно и светски звучала.

2016-01-22 11:11:01


Chris Farmer RSS / 22.01.2016. u 12:11

There is a solution to every problem.

While America is reeling and holding its head at the thought of Donald Trump as a possible 45th President of the United States, so too is Serbia biting its nails to see who will come out on top of the extraordinary one-party elections coming soon to this country.

I think you see where I am going with this...

2016-01-07 01:17:07

BREnd "Srpska satira"

Filip Mladenović RSS / 07.01.2016. u 02:17

Srećna Nova 2016!
Srećna Nova 2016!
Toša Borković: TV taksa
Toša Borković: TV taksa
Jedna od privilegija umetničkog angažmana je mogućnost susreta i

2015-12-12 14:14:42

Grumpy in Belgrade: The Prehistory

Chris Farmer RSS / 12.12.2015. u 15:14

The past is in the future.

On December 23rd, my latest book, Grumpy in Belgrade: The Prehistory, will hit bookstores all across Belgrade. Impact craters from the collision are expected to form along Knez Mihailova. Please alter your routes accordingly.

The new book, which exists now in the future, is all about the past - the prehistory of my Serbian sojourn. The pieces collected in the new volume of grumpiness were written between 2002 and 2006 - just before I began posting them here on B92.

2015-11-20 23:10:32

Mućni glavom - 13. rodjendan!

Filip Mladenović RSS / 21.11.2015. u 00:10

Zaštitni znak emisije
Zaštitni znak emisije
Satirični radio šou "MUĆNI GLAVOM" emituje se od 23. novembra 2002, svake subote od 15h do 16h na talasima Beograda 202 (FM 98,5 101,8 104,0 MHz).

Tokom proteklih 13 godina u radio emisiji "MUĆNI GLAVOM" gostovalo je mnogo zanimljivih ljudi, najviše satiričara, a potom književnika, umetnika, građanskih aktivista,

2015-10-19 11:52:58

Serbs and Superstitions

Chris Farmer RSS / 19.10.2015. u 12:52

Having slept quite well, I woke up one fine morning refreshed and in an excellent mood. People who know me will note that this is exceptional behavior and perhaps even cause for alarm.


My routine had all the usual morning hiccups associated with my as yet decaffeinated state: I dropped the spoon while making my coffee; I found a dark thread on my white bathrobe, which it seemed I had inadvertently put on inside out; the butter knife slipped from my hand mid-toast; reaching for it, I hit the bread and overturned it; I took a new piece of bread (and new knife) and re-booted. Thus reconfigured, I proceeded to my breakfast.