Posts tagged "gypsies"

Officials Think They’ve Found Roma Girl “Maria”‘s Biological Parents In Bulgaria

Investigators in Europe say they have found the biological parents of Maria, a young girl living with a Roma couple who claimed the child was given away to them years ago, by successfully matching her DNA to two Bulgarians.

Jessica Wakeman / October 25, 2013

“My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding” Hits American Shores

As someone who is some small percentage Gypsy (my mother swears we’re Russian from the Caucaucus mountains), I’m more than a little bit fascinated by Gypsy culture. I’ve watched the UK version of “My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding” and have been blown away by the elaborate wedding ceremonies Gypsy families participate in, passing off their…

Julie Gerstein / May 13, 2012

There’s A Show Called “My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding” About Gyspy Teen Brides

Don’t let anyone tell you reality TV shows are a scourge on American television. We may have “16 & Pregnant” and “Jersey Shore,” but the UK has “My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding.” Apparently in its second year, “My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding” follows teen brides from Europe’s gypsy clans, the Romany and the Travellers. Generally…

Jessica Wakeman / January 19, 2011

Support The Latest Celebrity Cause: Save The Gypsies

Causes like rebuilding New Orleans, protesting animal cruelty with PETA, and helping poor children are totally played out. No, today’s press-seeking celebrity will have to come up with something more exotic. How about saving the Gypsies?! In Eastern Europe, especially in Romania where their population is close to half a million (that’s a lot of…

Ami Angelowicz / November 2, 2009

The Daily Squeeze: Cucumbers, Gypsies On The Runway, And A Gay Kiss

Should the EU sell bent cucumbers? Seriously, should they? [Spiegel]…

Catherine Strawn / June 26, 2008