Articles by Nataliya Nedzhvetskaya



Murmansk

Whenever you feel the urge to complain about the injustice of the climate where you live, you can always comfort yourself with the fact that it's probably colder in Murmansk, where snow can linger into May and reappear in September.

Japanese Artwork Comes to Moscow

The largest collection of contemporary Japanese art ever displayed in Russia, a two-part exhibit called "Double Vision: Contemporary Art From Japan," is currently on display at two different Moscow venues.

Iconic American Ballet Dancer Comes to Russia Again

"The fallacy was that black people could not do classical ballet," American ballet dancer Arthur Mitchell explained recently to an audience at the American Center Library. "So I said Ч 'I'll change it.'"

A Good Cause: Rotary Club Charity Holds Kids Concert

Tiberius Braun, 64, one of the founders of the Rotary Club Moscow International, came to Moscow in 1990 for six months and has never left. The German national now works as general manager at travel group TUI AG.

Dance Flash Mob Surprises Unsuspecting Shoppers

It seemed like a typical Saturday afternoon at Metropolis shopping center in the north of Moscow until 100 people started dancing in the middle of the mall.

Rare Find on Display at Historical Museum

A permanent exhibit on the Bronze Age is now on at the State Historical Museum, with a rare archaeological find Ч an ancient crypt, or dolmen, which once housed the remains of more than 70 people Ч as its centerpiece.