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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016


What a Guy!

Sri Chinmoy gives new meaning to the word "prolific." He's written 13,000 songs and 1,200 books. Word has it that the New York-based painter, writer, musician, philosopher, athlete and cult leader can also lift hundreds of kilograms with each arm. An exhibit of abstract paintings from his "Jharma-Kala" series will run through the month of December at the 17th-Century Moscow Red Chambers museum, located at 1/2 Ulitsa Prechistenka. Metro: Kropotkinskaya. Open daily from noon to 7 p.m. Tel. 202-6911.

Dying Monologue

Your Dostoevsky a little rusty? Take a refresher course: the powerful "K.I. from 'Crime'" ("K.I. iz 'Prestupleniya'"), Kamas Ginkas' staging of the segments of Dostoevsky's "Crime and Punishment" that concern Katerina Ivanovna (Oksana Mysina), recently widowed and dying of consumption. "K.I. from 'Crime'" plays Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Theater Yunogo Zritelya, located at 10 Mamonovsky Pereulok. Metro: Pushkinskaya. Tel. 299-9917.

The Right Culture Stuff

The Union of Right Forces' 21st Century Cultural Heroes Festival, which brought artists and performers from all over the former Soviet Union to Moscow, is drawing to a close. On Tuesday, Moldavan band Trigon will perform at the Dom Center, located at 24 Bolshoi Ovchinnikovsky Pereulok, Bldg. 4. Metro: Novokuznetskaya. 7:30 p.m. Tel. 953-7236.