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IOC's Review a Blow for Sochi

A month before the IOC vote, the South Korean city of Pyeongchang received the best overall review Monday in a report assessing the three bids for the 2014 Winter Olympics.

Kuznetsova Stunned by Federer's Compliment

Thinking people were making it up, Svetlana Kuznetsova logged on to the Internet to read the evidence herself.

Davydenko Faces Tough Week in Paris

If Nikolai Davydenko is going to win his first Grand Slam title next Sunday at Roland Garros, he will have to do it the hard way.

Ivanov Win Fuels Championship Hopes

Vladimir Ivanov of Vector Racing Team won the third round of the German Supersport Championship, or IDM, in Assen, the Netherlands on Sunday.

A Cafe With Characters

To Da Syo is a cute little sushi cafe, soon to become a chain with the imminent opening of a second branch on the Arbat. And although sushi chains might seem to be a dime a dozen in this town, To Da Syo does manage to distinguish itself in a number of ways.

Chef's Secrets: Sangria

The Goodman steakhouse chain bar manager, Alexei Martynov, shares a recipe for this Spanish wine punch.

Returning to Nature

Ecovillagers are taking knowledge gleaned at urban universities back to the soil.

What to Do: Get on a Roll

Theirs is a Moscow of shadows and silence: the Kremlin in hushed darkness, yellow streetlights reflected in the river and domes.

Community Bulletin Board

How to Submit Items Community Bulletin Board is published every Tuesday. Please submit notices of up to 40 words by noon Thursday. E-mail , call +7 (495) 234-3223 or fax +7 (495) 232-6529. ""The Loveliest Words in English – Why Read Poetry?"" is a lecture by Australian author David Wansbrough, 7 p.m., June 8, hosted by ENGLISH LANGUAGE EVENINGS , Chekhov Cultural Center, 6 Strastnoi Bulvar. (Thru tunnel, first door on left). M. Chekhovskaya. 50 rubles. SOCIAL DANCE LESSONS for expatriates. Friendly English-speaking instructors, easy learning method, flexible schedule and prime locations. For more information and to enroll, call 229-1199. THE RUSSIAN LITERATURE AND THEATER GROUP offers the opportunity of meeting, and becoming acquainted with the work of, contemporary Russian writers and theater people once a month on Tue. Occasional vacancies for Russian-speaking members. Contact Amanda on 8-903-764-4839 or . THE RABBIT HOLE.

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