Tuesday Jul 22
The St. Petersburg Times
Russia Needs Dissidents Like Novodvorskaya
Valeria Novodvorskaya is dead. Novodvorskaya was not only an opposition politician, human rights activist and Soviet dissident who endured prison and Soviet punitive psychiatry, but also was a talented writer and publicist.
Lazar Khidekel at Pushkin House, London
Where do you go after the Black Square? Following Malevich's innovations , the story of suprematism is the narrative of the search for revolutionary geometries capable of expressing an emerging society in a radical artistic language.
St. Petersburg 4-Star Hotel's Bicycle Rental Ideal for Discovering the City
Cycling has become increasingly popular in St. Petersburg and the Courtyard St. Petersburg Center West/Pushkin Hotel has joined the movement by adding a convenient bicycle rack and rental service.
A law banning profanity in film, theater and other forms of art took...
Nikolai Grech's memoirs, published in St. Petersburg in 1886, feature censored text replaced by ellipses.
Oscar Winner Nikita Mikhalkov Appeals to Free Ukrainian Filmmaker Held by Russians on Terrorist Charges - Hollywood Reporter
Oscar-wining Russian director Nikita Mikhalkov has added his voice to an international appeal to free a Ukrainian filmmaker arrested by Russian security forces on terrorism charges.