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Prance, Pirouette Like an Old Pro

Ice-skating schools can teach you daredevil tricks to wow your friends at Gorky Park this winter.


Retired army officers marking the 79th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution on Nov. 7, 1996, when then-President Boris Yeltsin decided to rename the celebration Day of Accord and Reconciliation.

Spaghetti Western Eats

Porto Chervo is an Italian restaurant in a cinema complex, although its advertising campaign pitches it as a restaurant complex -- the Oktyabr restaurant complex. Which just so happens to be a multiplex as well.

Wild Mushroom Fricassee

Thomas Koessler, executive chef of the Marriott Royal Aurora hotel, shares a recipe that can be served either as a main course or as a side dish with risotto.

Zenit Can't Halt CSKA's Inexorable Title March

Champion CSKA Moscow moved a step closer toward retaining the title Sunday after a 1-0 win over fourth-placed Zenit St. Petersburg kept it 4 points clear of Spartak Moscow with three matches remaining.

Davydenko Demolishes Hrbaty in Paris Masters

Nikolai Davydenko destroyed Slovakia's Dominik Hrbaty 6-1, 6-2, 6-2 to take his first Masters Series title in expeditious manner Sunday.

Democrats Split on Iraq Pullout

Analysts and political pundits expect that voters disillusioned with the war in Iraq will vote Democratic on Tuesday in the hope that more Democrats in Congress will force the administration of U.S. President George W. Bush to begin withdrawing U.S. forces.

Bush's Post-Presidential Prospects

During his summer vacation, U.S. President George W. Bush bragged about his extensive reading list.

This Collective Will Not Fly

During his recent televised question-and-answer session, President Vladimir Putin was clearly irritated with the pace of work on a February presidential decree to form a national holding company for aircraft construction.

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