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Contents of issue March 2008

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Passport Picks

Editors Choice
Japanese Woodcuts. Stories of Love on Ice. Yudashkin Show. Shao-Lin Mastery. Le Jazz
Whats on in the World
Sports. Art. Miscellaneous
Pulse Of Time
Important Dates in the Worlds History
Novelties

Cinema Review
Luring the TV audience to movie theaters is becoming one of the strongest trends in the domestic film industry.
Music Review
Classic Compllations. Far Away from Home
The Funeral Party, by Ludmila Ulitskaya
One of Russias leading prose writers, Ludmila Ulitskaya, has written and published numerous novels, plays and collections of short stories.
Art History

Anatoly Zverev
Today the leading art critics call Anatoly Zverev (1931-1997) the most original Russian artist of the 20th century.
Business

How to Sue, Win and Execute Judgements
In Russia, many potential plaintiffs hesitate to bring law suits against companies or individuals that wrong them.
Russias Air Links are Expanding
Two new air links launching this spring will expand Moscows routes and help business and tourism grow.
From Underground to Limelight
The public relations career of Alexander Kushnir started in a place as unlikely for that as underground samizdat magazines.
Cover Story

Moscow, Meet Cuba!
Variety shows became ubiquitous in post-Soviet Russian restaurants.
Touching the Strings of the Heart
This little guy has a big future.
Feature

Butovo Polygon and Church
Last month I wrote about Sukhanovka, the most feared prison in the Gulag system.
Notes From the Underground Part III
For Muscovites, the stations of the Metro can become haunted with memories and associations.
Simple Story

The Yuri Rozum Charity Foundation
Russia has always been well known for the high concentration of musical and other artistic talent among the population.
Interview

How Can You Help to Produce a Romantic Atmosphere for Womans Day?
A perfect romantic date at home!
Real Estate

Things to Bear in Mind When Renting an Apartment
Hunting for an apartment can be very time-consuming and often frustrating.
Travel

Chernobyl: A Visit to a City Preserved in Radiation
The name Chernobyl was first recorded in a charter that described a hunting lodge owned by a Kievan Rus prince in 1193.
Health

SPA: Three Mysterious Letters
Spas have become as popular as Star Bucks coffee.
Wine

Mediterranean Tour
The venue for this months tasting features a Mediterranean menu.
Shopping

Chic Dress Code
White tie is the most formal style of dress.
Restaurant Review

Back to the Future
I never expected to enter the building at Tsvetnoy Bulvar 30 again.
Community

Lions and Tigers and Bears
With several more weeks of cold and slushy weather a case of cabin fever has pushed me out onto the streets of Moscow.
Best of the Road Awards
Fred was in for a surprise when he, Wilma and Fred Jr. arrived at Bedrocks main airport.
Postcard from Rotorua
My tired bones are currently stewing in a warm mud pool at the Wai Ora Spa.
Out and About

Polo at Minus 15 C
On the 16th and 17th of February the equestrian center Otrada hosted the Mercury Snow Polo Cup.
Mowglie in the Kremlin
On December 3rd there was a unique chance for a sold-out Moscow audience to witness the talent of a young composer and conductor.
AEB Starts the Year
The Association of European Business (AEB) launched the New Year at the Golden Hotel and invited media.
CERBA 7th Annual Charity Auction
On January 24, 2008 CERBA jointly with Vladislav Tretyak Foundation and CIDA organized its 7th Annual Charity Auction.
December Theater Awards
Seagull is certainly one of the symbols of the Russian theatre.
Moscow Dragons Dance the Night Away
On 16 February at the Marriott Grand Hotel in Tverskaya, the Moscow Dragons Rugby Club held its Annual Charity Ball.
When It Is Difficult to Say No
CAs head of Russian operations decided to do something a little different as a celebration with his strategic partner i-Teco.
Eastern Future Caught in a Calendar
On February 7th there was a Chinese New Year party, and the release of a brand new calendar from the Irito Company.
The Venice Carnival at the Most
On the 8th of February the Most Club hosted a real Venetian carnival.
The Last Word

Helene Lloyd
Helene Lloyd, Founder/Director TMI Consultancy.



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