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Before yet another year ends we decided to throw a bit of optimism on the fan by remembering what good has 2017 brought Moscow residents so far. Mobile cashiers, gadget charging stations and USB-sockets in […]
One beautiful spring day, quite suddenly, thanks to law enforcement, my entire pool of Moscow friends and acquaintances became split into two categories – mature people with understading of responsibility for their actions and infantile […]
Moscow – a city for living. The new social ad campaign is turning muscovites’ heads: Moscow has become more comfortable, socially adaptable, eco-friendly, cozy. Even though it’s an ad slogan, I find its message rather […]
Once me and my friend were having breakfast at one of those Parisian restaurants, where tiny terraces are situated along tiny cobblestoned streets and consist of small round tables that are close to each other […]
Muscovites’ depictions regarding the work of local police are traditionally either ironic or simply negative. Foreigners a fortiori are terrified of the Moscow police, and especially by the fact that they’re armed. This fear, however, […]
Zvenigorod. 65 KM away from Moscow. To go there on a Saturday evening was the spontaneous decision of two people with minds blurred by hangovers. After a highly anticipated meal with soup and coffee, which was supposed to bring us back to life, we went down to the river. This was the Moscow River or one of its tributaries. From the restaurant that was located nearby, along the tiny path, two figures came towards us… […]
The story of 19-year-old Isa, a transgender who moved to Moscow from Kazakhstan to begin a new life. Moskvaer talked to her about both her childhood and adulthood, about relations with society and the private life, about intolerance and meeting new friends, about the transgender transition process and why sexual characteristics are not the main thing that determine the gender. […]