Washington imposed sweeping sanctions on some of Russia’s biggest companies and businessmen in early April
The sun is shining, the leaves are green, the streets are clean… perfect weather for a run.
Major tech firms such as Yandex and VKontakte have voiced their opposition to the Telegram ban.
Russia’s Rusal will be forced to quit the global aluminum market and focus on domestic consumers if U.S. sanctions aren’t lifted.
Do you experience dacha-envy? Are your dacha-owning friends sick of you sleeping on their porch couch? Do it right this year!
Back by popular demand – “From Russia With Laugh -2,” English stand-up comedy night that’s a great way to start the May holidays.
French fries at McDonald’s restaurants from Moscow to Murmansk will be Russian from now on.
There would not currently be any economic growth in Russia without investment generated by preparations for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
If you’re in Yekaterinburg on business or pleasure, be sure to visit the Yeltsin Presidential Center, which has become one of the city’s most popular sites.
Until Sunday April 29 bring all that old detritus of modern life to Aviapark Mall for recycling, repurposing and safe disposal.
In December, as news reports emerged about potential new U.S. sanctions against Russia, aluminum magnate Oleg Deripaska instructed advisers to draw up contingency plans.
‘The Design System of the U.S.S.R,’ is the first-ever exhibition of its kind.
Domestic violence complaints have shot up in Moscow since Russia adopted a law decriminalizing abuse in the family last year.
Khleb Nasushny, Russia’s answer to Le Pain Quotidien, is there to weaken our wills
Across the street from the Pushkin Museum is another treasure trove of art.
Over the weekend, a massive storm swept through Moscow and its neighboring regions, resulting in the deaths of at least two people.
On Friday executive director Clementine Cecil of the Pushkin House came to Moscow and announced the shortlist for their annual Book Prize.
“The entire life of this city depends on Rusal”
Russia’s strong public and external finances would shield its economy from the impact of the latest U.S. sanctions, Moody’s said.
One of the special programs of the Moscow International Film Festival is a festival of 21 Ingmar Bergman films.
Russia’s main theatrical festival and competition ended Sunday night in sadness and hope.
Check out the Photobiennale 2018 show at the Manege — especially the Italian photographers being honored.
Behind the scenes to keep the monuments around Moscow looking their best this season.
The Fourth Grand art schools’ festival on the 2d of June in Moscow Hermitage Garden is the festival of modern technologies in art created by children.
The Fourth Big art schools’ festival on the 2d of June in Moscow Hermitage Garden is the festival of modern technologies in art created by children. The program includes sound art, graffiti, performances, charity fair, original wo
While spring is slowly working its way into Moscow, here are some must-see events that will keep you busy and happy this weekend.
The U.S. Treasury on April 6 announced sanctions against seven Russian oligarchs and 12 companies they own or control.
The Russian market has been in a sharp sell-off since the United States imposed new sanctions against Moscow on April 6
“Being on the Russian stock market is like living on a volcano,” said one official.
It was the second straight day of losses for the Russian currency following fresh U.S. sanctions imposed on some of Russian oligarchs and their assets.
If you love history or nostalgia, or are just curious about how people lived in Moscow over the last century, be sure to see the Old Apartment show at the Museum of Moscow.
Russia’s two major stock indices were down to their lowest levels since last fall.
“European, U.S. and Asian markets are strategically important areas for our business” – Roustamov Seyfeddin
Seyfeddin Roustamov, beneficial owner of PJSC Metafrax, one of the largest producers of methanol and its derivatives, spoke about the company’s strategy and plans.
The greatest privately owned collection of Dutch masters is on display at the Pushkin Museum. Who is the collector behind this remarkable show?
One of Moscow’s favorite film festivals is on this weekend with some great offerings.
The traditional Russian calendar’s most famous feast, explained, updated, and made even more delicious.
The theatrical world has been shocked and saddened by the sudden death of Mikhail Ugarov, founder of Teatr.doc.
Photographer Vyacheslav Shitov captured the most fashionable street style looks in the central districts of Moscow.
With the toughest week of Orthodox Lent ahead, Jennifer Eremeeva reminds us of the point of it all and makes it delicious, too.
Keep your eye out for this one-of-a-kind musical group.
A fascinating exhibition on how a progressive painter’s estate fared after the 1917 Revolution is one more good reason to visit Polenovo.
Moscow’s favorite photo exhibition opens with another dazzling display of images from all across Russia.
Watch this excellent new documentary before Russia’s presidential elections.
Don’t miss this delicious show of Italian design from the 1950s to the present day.
Oleg Tabakov, one of the most prominent figures in Russian theater and cinema, died yesterday after a prolonged illness.
From films and traditional dance to parties in pubs and a St. Patrick’s Day parade – there is something for everyone at Irish Week 2018.
On Election Day Moscow is reviving an old technique to get out the vote: offer great food and delicacies.
There’s plenty to do for everyone who has stayed in Moscow over the holiday.
A meal fit for your favorite great women. Don your aprons and get started!
How about an activist, feminist International Women’s Day? We’ve got you covered!
Natalya Rotenberg talks about the Bolshoi, the arts, and her foundation.
And now for some good news: the most beautiful medieval church in Russia is now even more glorious.
No plans for the weekend? Whether you love rap or opera, we’ve got it covered.
Exxon Mobil Corp. said it’s abandoning joint ventures with Russia’s Rosneft PJSC after international sanctions against the nation’s energy sector paralyzed a historic drilling project
If you’re considering a weekend getaway to St. Petersburg, be sure to stop in the Fabergé Museum to see the permanent and temporary exhibits.
“Traditional with a twist” is a familiar enough concept. Even the name, Russian Pub, suggests that aim — unexpected incongruity. So, what should you expect if you decide to visit?
Evgenia Kachalova, the energetic and inspiring founder of Wine Bazaar, is often asked how to get into the wine world.
Visit the great opera singer Fyodor Chaliapin’s house and then dine on a meal from his personal book of recipes at the restaurant Matryoshka.
Directed by Alexei German, Jr., “Dovlatov” premiered at the Berlin Film Festival to critical acclaim and brisk sales.
Think winter is for swimming indoors? Muscovites don’t.