Articles by John O'Mahony

Bakhtin's Life of Smoke and Carnival

Asbestos Can Be Hazardous to Health, Nerves

Venturing Into Russia's Literary World

Suffer Winter's Wrath With Napoleon

Swedish Agency Brings Propaganda to Russia

A Boy's Fantasy Life as Josef Stalin

A Galloping View of Imperial History

Striking Irish Childhood

Ode on a U.S. Tycoon Whose Money Ran Out

Measuring the Larry, Moe and Kirlian Effect

Bubbly Formula Makes Pep-see Better Than Pop

City Housing Services Can Make You See Red

Don't Laugh, I Tried To Do Russian Sitcom

'Waitress From Hell' Lives Here in Russia

Platform for Women's Pens

Irish Baba Coming Soon To a Theater Near You

Cruelly I Beat Them, Yet Still They Love Me

Love Burning in an Envelope

Buried deep in the letters collected in ""Dear Writer, Dear Actress"" is the plot of Chekhov's greatest (unwritten) masterpiece.

Policing the Academy

Who Was That Bearded Man?

A Christmas Carol

On the Sinister Nature Of Capitalist Shopping

I Don't Need a Doctor, Thank You, I'm Acting

Sipping Espresso in Dali's Shadow

Children's Playgrounds And Nuclear Dumping

A Revolutionary Guide For Buffs and Bluffers

Twisted Metal

Images of a Utopian Realism

St. Pete Rockers Worry: Is Led Zeppelin Jewish?

Thriving on Adversity, This City Can Take It