Moscow mourns slain opposition leader, Boris Nemtsov.
I feel sure my detractors will point out that what follows is yet another of those niggling problems, which plague the – well; let’s say the 5%, shall we?
Forget matrioyshkas, forget onion domes – here is one of my favorite enduring symbols of Russia: the faceted tumbler, which is enjoying a lively renaissance during this era of enthusiastic…
Okay, I’ll admit it. I’m a little disappointed in Obama. (And my one Republican friend is now dancing the Parcheesi dance of victory.)
Lucy Milne made two rather foolhardy bets last night over the sukiyaki and sushi.
On one thing, at least, Vladimir Putin and I can agree: this week has been uphill work.
The holiday season in our American-Russian family is a marathon, not a sprint.
Cabin Fever Strikes A sinus infection – I seem to get one each time I re-enter Russia after an absence of more than two weeks – has kept me indoors…
Day of the Bureau of Technical Inventory BTI/День инвентаризатора (День работника БТИ): HRH Updates His Dream Home
HRH and Jennifer dust off their Bureau of Technical Inventory documents for an apartment renovation that sounds so much better in French!
Last year HRH and I decided to try the Orthodox Lenten fast.