Ankvab booted, Chiaberishvili beaten, Gharibashvili signs, Kremlin consequences, Misha with Petro, Gigi back, Kez innocent not so bro, 87 mayors, kids on tanks, FOI drop, independent investigation entity, GoG salaries up, fruit safe to Russia, Kars rail moves, plane bodies return, Geo expat site, schools still closed, Telavi airport, FixMyStreet in Kutaisi Zugdidi, and Batumi, domestic violence deaths, Sochi Georgian concert, Svaneti UNESCO, constitutional commission update, mountain draft, easier docs for Geo expats, old photos, Portuguese book, who owns Tbl water, Siko on education, Blauvelt on Bolsheviks on Migrelians, cross shaped container building for priests

One thought on “TBLPOD29may2014

  1. The MEME this week is an image circulating Facebook making fun of anti-LGBT protesters, who are also against colorful banners and clothing. Link: http://on.fb.me/1pqdzXK

    An article by TI Georgia titled “Water from Offshores: Who owns Georgian Water and Power?” Link: http://bit.ly/1nzsSOj

    A great article by Siko Janashia in Tabula magazine about the conflict whether education policy in schools is public or private matter, and how this plays in Georgia. Link: http://bit.ly/1tVPh7J

    An article by Giorgi Kalatozishvili in Vestnik Kavkaza about the new government program “Produce in Georgia” that will provide Georgian entrepreneurs with low interest long-term loans and assist in developing Georgian products. Link: http://bit.ly/1gGM6hG

    An interesting article by Tim Blauvelt on the “Mingrelian Question” in Georgia in the 1920-30s. Link: http://bit.ly/1kPRf6H

    From TBLPOD’s well-informed Malibu desk, take a look at this architectural marvel developed by Georgian architect Dachi Papuahsvili: a cross-shaped home built of recycled shipping containers especially for priests! Link: http://bit.ly/1pCXVph

Leave a Reply to TBLPOD Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *