A look at how Russian women strive to look good, while balancing between the old spiritual traditions of Mother Russia and the multiple temptations of modern times.
A look at what is known about the life and influence of Stalin's mother, Yekaterina Dzhugashvili.
A look at the artistic genius and life of dancer Rudolf Nureyev, five years after his death.
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All the news that fits from all across Russia.
Alexander Shilov, 54, is one of those few, lucky artists who has enjoyed recognition during his lifetime. We meet him for an interview.
A profile of one of 20th century Russia's preeminent philsophers.
Famed ballet star Andris Liyepa talks with Russian Life about Rudolph Nureyev.
French invasions into the Russian language.
A documentary account of the harrowing trials faced by women sent to Stalin's gulags.
Two dishes that are great for celebrating women's day (with the men cooking!): Beef with prunes and Pork with prune sauce.
How to shop for some unique and valued Russian gifts to bring back home to friends.
It may be sad to see Russia's "weight" in world affairs diminished. But if that is part of the price of doing away with a system that birthed Stalin, so be it.
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