Hidden Belgrade (36): ‘German Bridge’ and its Hero

Belgrade’s relationship with this iconic green-arched bridge, the city’s shortest and oldest continuously standing, started off in the worst possible way during the darkest days of World War II. After Nazi Germany attacked the Kingdom of Yugoslavia on 6 April 1941, the Royal Yugoslav Army blew up all of Belgrade’s bridges on the Sava and the Danube in order to slow down the enemy advance. … Continue reading Hidden Belgrade (36): ‘German Bridge’ and its Hero

Hidden Belgrade (35): The Home of Serbian Expansionist Project

On August 10 1889, cannons announced the arrival of the teenage King Aleksandar Obrenovic to an empty plot in Dusanova street. Although cleared for years, the spot at which the young king was standing, held the remains of two empires between which the young Kingdom of Serbia was slowly growing. It used to be “Pirinc-han”: the palace of Eugene of Savoy during the Habsburg rule … Continue reading Hidden Belgrade (35): The Home of Serbian Expansionist Project

Poretači #36 Senka Pajić – Ispeci pa Reci/Beograd

Senka Pajić, dramaturškinja po obrazovanju i veteran advertisinga, je pre skoro dve godine pokrenula jednu od mojih omiljenih Beogradskih poslastičarnica: Ispeci pa Reci. Sa Senkom sam pricao o njenom putu do poslastičarstva, o manje slatkim delovima posla i o tome kako je pokretati posao kao majka malog deteta. Notes: View this post on Instagram Ako ste ozbiljan ljubitelj kafe, probajte naš kuki sa kapućinom. Mi … Continue reading Poretači #36 Senka Pajić – Ispeci pa Reci/Beograd

Hidden Belgrade (34): Rabbi Alkalai, Zemun and Zionism

Although in the past few decades Zemun is best known for its tough guys (read: mafiosi), great lively restaurants a more chilled vibe than old Belgrade, this ancient town has for centuries been a vibrant melting pot of various cultures, drawing merchants and craftspeople to the border of Central Europe and the Orient, which, for centuries lay on the banks of the Danube. Despite many … Continue reading Hidden Belgrade (34): Rabbi Alkalai, Zemun and Zionism

Pokretači #36 Ivan Minić

Posebno zanimljiva epizoda sa Ivanom Minićem, osnivačem Burek.com, čovekom iza Telenorovog portala MojaFirma i konsultantom u oblasti digitalnog marketinga i preduzetništva. Pričamo o počecima Burek.com, izazovima i lepotama preduzetništva u Srbiji, kao i sjajnim primerima firmi sa kojima je Ivan radio. Beleške Arhimedes Marshmallow test Mandarina Ferdinand Knedle ActiveCollab Domace Kiflice Sviđa vam se šta ste čuli? Lista prethodnih epizoda Pokretača je ovde.  Slušajte Pokretače i … Continue reading Pokretači #36 Ivan Minić

How to Bust Post-Holiday Blues in Belgrade

Although I love Summer (and especially late Summer) in Belgrade, coming back from holidays is always a shock, especially if you have to immediately go to the office. All the golden, calm feeling of chilling at the beach, hiking or just doing something  different can quickly disappear, to be replaced by the seeping anxiety of returning to the glum daily grind and all the problems you … Continue reading How to Bust Post-Holiday Blues in Belgrade

Pokretači #35 Nikola i Nenad Radojčić – Braća Burazeri, Dechko Tzar / Beograd

Nikola i Nenad Radojčić stoje iza studija Braca Burazeri i sjajnog brenda Dechko Tzar. Pričali smo o tome zašto su se bacili u dizajn pre skoro dve decenije, zašto Dechko Tzar ima naj-cool majice u Beogradu i zašto je bolji dizajn potreban Srbiji. Beleške Instagram profil Dechko Tzar Source Magazine Fond B92 Nemanja Knezevic Branislav Jovanovic aka Brkati Krokodil  Sviđa vam se šta ste čuli? Lista … Continue reading Pokretači #35 Nikola i Nenad Radojčić – Braća Burazeri, Dechko Tzar / Beograd