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September 5: Working Mothers’ Day

Back in 1982, President Ronald Reagan designated September 5 as Working Mothers’ Day, calling upon “families, individual citizens, labor and civic organizations, the media, and the business community to acknowledge […]

Bonne Fête Nationale!

English-speaking countries/lands call the French National Day “Bastille Day”, which is celebrated on July 14 of each year. In France, it is formally called la Fête nationale (The National Celebration) […]

Algerian Novelist, Translator and Filmmaker Assia Djebar Gets a Google Doodle

Today Google remembers the late Assia Djebar (30 June 1936 – 6 February 2015) with a doodle. Born Fatima-Zohra Imalayen, the berber-speaking Algerian novelist, translator and filmmaker, whose father is a French teacher, […]

Google Doodle Honors the “Queen of the Curve” Zaha Hadid

Award winning Arab architect Zaha Hadid, who died last year of a heart attack at the age of 65, is being honored in today’s Google doodle. May 31 marks the anniversary […]

Sign Language Interpreter Steals the Show at Snoop Dogg’s Concert

Talk about being passionate about your job! Sign language interpreter Holly Maniatty completely outstaged Snoop Dogg at his own concert in New Orleans with her impeccable skills and groovy performance. […]

Happy Easter from TransPremium!

The only time when “A Bunny holding Eggs” doesn’t look like a mistranslation to us. Happy Easter!

I’m an Aunt!

This month was a pretty rough one to say the least. My dad was hospitalized a couple of weeks ago, and my baby Andy was hospitalized last week (on Mother’s […]