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Contents of issue August 2009

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The Summer Ballet Festival
As they like to say in Russia, ballet is one of our best exports; along with space exploration and oil.
How do you do Moscow!
At last a group of foreigners has got together to do something to celebrate the fact that we are who we are: foreigners.
Antony Gormley at The Garage
The renowned sculptor Antony Gormley has two major exhibitions in Moscow this summer.
Previews
Traveling Russian Painters. Art Déco Fashion With Russian Roots. Jazzy Classics From Russia and US. Pearls for Soprano.
Culture

The Russian Cartoon Industry
Comics in Russia are gradually evolving from being a peculiar hobby of the few that an ordinary person wouldnt understand to a new form of art.
Out and About

Positive Thinkers Take it All
On June 27-28, on the Moscow River beach of the Royal Bar, the summer edition of the Millionaire Fair was presented in Moscow for the first time.
Obama Meets the Bear
As Samuel Huntington would argue, core states of two different civilizations will never be able to cooperate within a liberal democracy.

Russian Lesson
How to: manage your mobile phone
Your Moscow

Taganskaya & SE Moscow
The Hidden Gem
Cinema

Moscow International Film Festival
The mood at the 31st Annual Moscow International Film Festival, which took place between June 19 and 28, can best be summed up in one word: melancholy.
High Days and Holidays

August Holidays
State and Religious Holidays in August
Architecture

The Seven Sisters
The seven Moscow skyscrapers, also known as the Seven Sisters, have a very distinct presence in Moscow, even 50 years after their completion.
Fashion

The Latest in Fashion Available in Moscow
It may seem an age away but fall will be upon us next month so, in an age of chiconomics it makes sense to plan your wardrobe and make investment purchases on some key pieces.
City Beat

History of Moscow Club-life II
Whilst many businesses thrash around in deep recession in Russia, the club industry is still going strong.
Formula One in Moscow
The acrid smells of tire smoke and racing fuel, the eyecatching sights of beautiful cars and beautiful people and the pulse quickening scream of engines revving to 18,000 rpm.
Travel

Moscows Sea
The capitals flotilla of pleasure cruisers connects the city, via the Moscow Canal and the mighty Volga River, north to St. Petersburg, south to Volgograd and beyond.
Wine

Dmitri Pinski Plays Host
One advantage to being a wine importer in Russia is the ability to supply your birthday party with wine at cost.
Restaurant Review

The Big Bolshoi
Bolshoi restaurant is also known as Big.
Columns

Sherman Pereira: Records Management
More Than Just Document Storage
Andrei Sado: Foreign Currency Payments
In Which Currency Should I Conclude the Lease for My Apartment?
Community

Childrens Moscow
Despite what some people say about Moscow being an unfriendly place, many foreigners with children seem to find things for their charges to get up to.
The Irish in Moscow
On the eve of July 3, 2009 a ballroom full of Irish expatriates and friends of Ireland gathered in secret for a surprise event.
The Allianz Rosno Expat Football League
As you can see, we now have a sponsor for the first time in the history of the Expat Football League.
Viewpoint

Diary of a Tsar-in-Waiting
Campaigning now for the 2012 Russian elections, I have been astonished by the number of times I have been asked about my attitude to the reintroduction of serfdom.
Fred Flintstone: Casinos
Fred is not much for gambling. He once spent $10 at the tables in Reno, about that much as well in Vegas, and never a kopek in Bedrock.



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