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Contents of issue October 2010

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Editors Choice
Tribute to Andrei Tarkovsky. French draftsmen from the Louvre and dOrsay. Polnopolunie...

The Heat Goes On, in Moscows Nightclubs
The hot summer was pretty shortlived.

Russian Language
How to make a suggestion:
Your Moscow

Notes from Dostoevskys Underground
Slick, grey, ominous.
Green Parks: Eastern Delights
Moscow lies slightly nearer to the Arctic circle than the Med, so the summer nights are endless.

Opening of the Moscow Theatre Season
For any passionate theatre-goer, fall is defi nitely associated with the opening of a new theater season in Moscow.

Painting in the 1960s
Part III
The Way It Was

1990, John Harrison
1990 was the year that Gorbachevs honeymoon with the Russian people finally ended.
1990, Nathan Stowell
I first arrived in Russia (and the USSR) in 1990.
Social Networking in Russia
The Russian social networking audience has the highest engagement among forty of the worlds most prominent economies.

Translators Conference
Difficult, yet possible. Russian to English literary translation.
Book Review

The Oligarchs Wife
Thirty-one orgasms before Tomsk.

Tallinn used to feature on the ex-pat agenda as a convenient destination for the visa run.

Pileloops Festival
This story, written by a talented local author, will be continued.
Childrens Puzzle
Compiled by Ross Hunter.
Dining Out

Moscow visitors often ask, How much do I tip the waitress?
Restaurant Review

Chicago Prime
The Chicago Prime and Starlight Diner logo stand proudly outside a stately-looking previous shopping centre.
Shafran is a cozy Lebanese restaurant just a short walk north and west of Tverskaya Metro station.

Traditional Prestigious Areas Hold Their Value Today
The ratings of the most popular and most prestigious areas have not changed in years.
New Customs Rules for Personal Belongings
Recently, there have been a number of changes to the Russian Customs Code that affect nearly everyone coming or going to and from Russia.
Out and About

Moscow Yacht Show
On the evening of Friday 3 September, the nautical elite of Moscow gathered at the Royal Yacht Club on Leningradsky Prospect.
Night Rally
On Saturday 28th August, the company Old-Time held a night rally for vintage cars around the streets of Moscow.
Whisky Live
Two days of non-stop whisky tasting? Sounds perfect. A test of endurance, and of education and of taste memory, and more.
Oxford University graced Russia for their opening games of the season, playing Moscows top club, Slava.
Church Village Fete
St. Andrews Church, September the 4th.
My World

Life of a Lokh
Youre getting more and more like one of us, said my friend Tanya when she heard I was downsizing to a oneroom.
Dare to Ask Dare
Ex-pats and Russians alike ask celebrity columnist Deidre Dare questions about life in Moscow.

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