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Art, Music, Photography
Kavkaz. Contemporary art from Japan. Kasabian. Livre d`artiste. Marga. Dawn of innocence by Nouvelle Vague. The music of Mendelssohn. International festival dedicated to Mstislav Rostropovich.
Theatre Review

What`s On
Anarchy The Sovremennik Theatre. Miss Julie The Theatre of Nations.
Women Rule

Womens Day
March 8th, the Soviet version of Mothers day, honoured all women irrespective of age and social status, with flowers, candy and other gifts, and is religiously observed by most of Russians.
Wine

Stories from the Oregon Wine Country
Here I celebrate Oregons wine growing places, Willamette Valley and beyond
The Way It Is

In Defence of Putin
The author, Jon Hellevig, is a lawyer from Finland who has worked and lived in Russia since the beginning of 1990s.
Russias Second Historic Turning Point
A friend of mine has a view about the current presidential election which illustrates the fundamental dilemma which Russia faces today.
The Way It Was

Red Wedding III
Learning of our plans to marry, the Soviet authorities sent army recruiters to Kostyas house in Leningrad region.
The Way It Is

Moscow Square Dancing
A dance which is famous all over the world has now found admirers in Moscow.
Legal

The Right of Foreign Citizens
Foreigners who are visiting or temporarily residing in the Russian Federation are entitled to operate motor vehicles.
Travel

Tutaev
It was 10 years ago when we first visited the town of Tutaev. Since that time its been my dream to stay there longer than a day.
Kiev
You dont need to have mastered much of the Russian language to know that the name "Ukraine" is derived from the word "Krai", edge.
Out and About

Moscow Dragons RFC Valentines Ball
There are a lot of balls in Moscow, and they are in full swing.
NB Gallery
This compact but lively gallery specialises in promoting artists from the recently overshadowed late Soviet era.
Quiz night at Katie OSheas
Pub quizzes are up there with cake and circuses for the western masses, and an object of considerable curiosity for our host peoples.
Investment

Student Accommodation
10 Good reasons why this is our investment of choice.
English

Childrens Camps
If you go down to the woods today, youre sure of a big surprise.
The Toastmaster
Mama mia! not paintballing again!
Profile

Deep Sense of Calling
Life in Moscow as an expat may be inviting, but also challenging.
Family

Family Pages
With March in Moscow hosting Womens Day and elections, a few themes and curiosities come to mind.
The Star Child
Some woodcutters were in a pine forest in winter. The mountain torrent was hanging motionless in air, for the Ice-King had kissed her.

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