Daniel Kozin

News 1 month ago

As Russia Remembers the Leningrad Siege, Some Are Fighting for the Right to Mourn

As Russia Remembers the Leningrad Siege, Some Are Fighting for the Right to Mourn

News 1 month ago

An estimated one million peopled died in the siege that would last for 872 days — of starvation, disease and shelling.

News 3 months ago

What Will Russia Do With Its Giant World Cup Stadiums?

What Will Russia Do With Its Giant World Cup Stadiums?

News 3 months ago

The hosts have been left with a herd of white elephants.

News 3 months ago

Patriotism Abounds After Russia Exits World Cup

Patriotism Abounds After Russia Exits World Cup

News 3 months ago

After Russia loss to Croatia in Saturday's quarterfinal, footballers, politicians and fans alike are all still beaming with pride for their national team.

News 4 months ago

Artyom Dzyuba: Russian Football's Prodigal Son

Artyom Dzyuba: Russian Football's Prodigal Son

News 4 months ago

Conflicts with the head coach and a goalless streak almost sidelined Russia’s star striker.

Opinion 4 months ago

Crossing Russia on the Trans-Peruvian

Crossing Russia on the Trans-Peruvian

Opinion 4 months ago

Thousands of foreign football fans are making long-distance journeys across Russia this month.

City 6 years ago

Chapmans Bring Hell and Modern Art to the Hermitage

Chapmans Bring Hell and Modern Art to the Hermitage

City 6 years ago

An exhibit by the contemporary British sibling duo Jake and Dinos Chapman will leave visitors to the General Staff Building of the State Hermitage Museum shocked or delighted, but certainly not ambivalent.

City 6 years ago

Music of Korolenko Defies Classification

Music of Korolenko Defies Classification

City 6 years ago

Psoy Korolenko is set to perform as part of a duo with St. Petersburg-based pianist and composer Alyona Alenkova this Friday at Dusche club, in a concert dedicated to their upcoming album ...