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Children receive first polio vaccineChildren receive first polio vaccine by The Ovi Team
23 February 2015
February 23rd 1954, a group of children from Arsenal Elementary School in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, receive the first injections of the new polio vaccine developed by Dr. Jonas Salk. (Add a comment)
The Greek Express #37The Greek Express #37 by Thanos Raftopoulos
23 February 2015
A series of cartoons from Greece all the way around the world. (Add a comment)
Looking ahead into the year of the Sheep.Looking ahead into the year of the Sheep. by Dr. Yoshifumi Harada
22 February 2015
Last year in 2014 we discussed the year of the horse. If you remember, I mentioned that 2014 would be a year of chaos and change. One plane went missing, one was shot down over the Ukraine. ISIS terrorism became a prominent issue. The price of oil and oth (3 comments)
A Letter To Saint Joan of ArcA Letter To Saint Joan of Arc by Mirella Ionta
22 February 2015
Dear St. Joan of Arc, since the age of 30 years, I have been seriously searching for God. To tell you the truth, it was not easy to find that the absolute truth is God in this secularized society. I did not find a connection with any religion that I explo (3 comments)
Edna St. Vincent MillayEdna St. Vincent Millay by The Ovi Team
22 February 2015
February 22nd, 1892. On this day, poet Edna St. Vincent Millay is born in Rockland, Maine. (Add a comment)
Dino & Anty #503Dino & Anty #503 by Thanos Kalamidas
22 February 2015
Dino is a vegetarian virgin dinosaur and his best friend is Anty, a carnivorous nymphomaniac ant. (Add a comment)
Lonesome Cities and Empty Streets - An Appreciation of Rod McKuen (1933-2015)Lonesome Cities and Empty Streets - An Appreciation of Rod McKuen (1933-2015) by Rene Wadlow
21 February 2015
Rod McKuen was a poet, songwriter and music composer − all self-taught. He had left home at 11 to escape an alcoholic and brutal stepfather, and was nearly all his life on the move - "a thousand streets walked end to end." (Add a comment)
Anna, don't cryAnna, don't cry by Ovi Magazine Guest
21 February 2015
Inspired from the situation in Greece and a poem from Bertolt Brecht, Ms Mina Volaki explores and exposes her inner thoughts, all in ...Greek (1 comment)
International Mother Language DayInternational Mother Language Day by The Ovi Team
21 February 2015
February 21st; International Mother Language Day was proclaimed by UNESCO's General Conference in November 1999. The International Day has been observed every year since February 2000 to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. (1 comment)
Berserk Alert! #213Berserk Alert! #213 by Tony Zuvela
21 February 2015
Tony Zuvela and his view of the world around us in a constant berserk alert! (Add a comment)
Gadfly Politics as Integral Part of PhilosophyGadfly Politics as Integral Part of Philosophy by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
20 February 2015
As most students of philosophy know, Plato in the Apology describes Socrates; relationship to the Athenian political scene as that of a gadfly; that is to say, as that of an uncomfortable goad to a slow and dimwitted horse. To put it in more philos (1 comment)
Bulgarian reportBulgarian report by Euro Reporter
20 February 2015
A constructive and dependent partner, trust declining over the past few years and beatings with deplorable living conditions the latest report from the euro-reporter and Bulgaria (Add a comment)
World Day of Social JusticeWorld Day of Social Justice by The Ovi Team
20 February 2015
February 20th; Social justice is an underlying principle for peaceful and prosperous coexistence within and among nations. We uphold the principles of social justice when we promote gender equality or the rights of indigenous peoples and migrants. We adva (2 comments)
Dylan ThomasDylan Thomas by The Ovi Team
20 February 2015
February 20th 1950; Welsh poet Dylan Thomas arrives in New York for his first reading tour of the United States. His four U.S. tours were wildly successful but ended with Thomas' death at age 39. Thomas was born and raised in Swansea, Wales, where he was (1 comment)
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