Wheaties was one of the first companies to recognize the enormous potential of radio as an advertising tool
The Flamingo was the first luxury resort to capture the public’s imagination in Las Vegas
Putin’s choice of economic model in 2018 will set Russia’s course for the next decade
The unique barge of the official sponsor – the BUD brand, which became one of the most memorable activities of the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017, will return to the water area of the Moskva River for the period of the 2018 FIFA World Cup™, with a new design and to bring elite guests euphoric energy and incredible experience.During the 2018 FIFA World Cup™, guests’ attention will be focused on the double-deck BUD Boat. Loud parties in the light of bright spotlights and the unique concept combining the premium elements of decor and urban style will grant the guests amazing summer.‘As the official sponsor of the FIFA World Cup™ for more than 30 years, we know exactly how to create an atmosphere of an epic football holiday. Our project is unique not only for Russia, but also for the whole world. BUD Boat had attracted huge attention of both residents and guests of the capital during the “final rehearsal” of the FIFA World Cup™ – FIFA Confederations Cup 2017. However, we decided not to limit ourselves and completely updated the concept for the main tournament of the four year period. We are sure that BUD Boat will help football fans to experience euphoric energy and will find a response in their hearts,’ said Konstantin Tamirov, Marketing Director of AB InBev Efes.The BUD Boat decks will feature a bar, a food market and a giant screen for watching the 2018 FIFA World Cup™ matches. The focus of attraction and an excellent photo point will be a helicopter pad and an onboard jacuzzi with a bar. A great view from the water to the historical center of the Russian capital will complete the euphoric energy, while the captain of each party – a DJ – will create the right atmosphere for the brightest dancing marathons of the season.The ВUD Boat will launch its cruise on the first day of the tournament, June 14, and make incredible trips around central Moscow, granting the guests of the 2018 FIFA World Cup™ the unique opportunity to see the main sights of the city in the company of elite guests from around the world. All news and details from the organizers are settled in social networks Facebook and Vkontakte.
Chill out at Norway’s Ice Music Festival this February
We don’t know who Ben Franklin would root for, but we do know what he’d eat on Super Bowl Sunday
A new mini-series hopes to humanize those in and outside the doomed compound
The same traits that make these dogs adorable threaten their health and well-being
The haunting sculpture Ghost Clock is a favorite Smithsonian artwork and a powerful example of the artist’s skill and craft
With a mission to create a diverse and dynamic Smithsonian, Robert McCormick Adams is remembered as an intense but humble leader
At the International Circus Festival in Monte Carlo, performers and managers weigh in on the 250-year-old tradition and its fate
The sports are hard. The words are harder. We’re here to help
From jackets heated with electronic ink to personal airbags for skiers, these are some of the most innovative wearables you’ll be seeing in PyeongChang
Researchers find that people easily recognize lullabies and dance songs from around the world
A bizarre sculpture of a baby Hercules strangling two snakes set this art historian on a course of discovery
An engineered strain of E. coli bacteria can produce a precursor to synthetic indigo using fewer nasty chemicals than traditional methods
Sometimes a work of art is characterized by a string of failures, but nonetheless ends up being a gorgeous freak accident of nature
The show’s rollicking one-liners and bawdy routines paved the way for Saturday Night Live and other cutting-edge television satire
Like Jackie and Dolley before her, Nancy Reagan brought her own unique style to the White House. But economic times were tough
For the protagonist of WB’s new comic book show, community and family come first
Did the designer meet his killer seven years earlier?
Fans of DC Comics will go batty for this new installation at the National Museum of American History
Cryptocurrency, Reserve Fund and a looong winter break
A new exhibition at the Library of Congress highlights female artists and their contributions to comic strips, magazine covers and political cartoons
The controversy embroiling Kaspersky Lab could spoil its competitors’ chances abroad
Miles Toland describes how he captured Indian street scenes on his phone and recreated them as giant murals that same day
These projects set to be completed this year are geared toward strengthening communities that have been left out of the economic recovery
Blow away winter blues with our recommended list of film, lectures, concerts and more
A short story reimagines the riots at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago and the chaos that shocked the world
A new book details the life of adventurer-botanist David Fairchild
The mirage of the singer’s soaring success echoes the mirage of post-war tranquility at home
These rare Buddhist artworks were found to contain traces of bone and blood
Beach Boys singer Mike Love recalls what it was like to be at the Indian locale, which remains a destination for fans of music and meditation
How the Madeleine L’Engle novel liberated young adult literature
By feeding his visions for the future to a well-regarded contemporary, the prolific inventor offered a peek into his brilliant mind
The holiday celebrations continue through January 13. Here’s what to cook to keep the festivities going.
After a glut sparked the biggest price crash in a generation and starved Russia of oil revenues, the nation sought to boost market share in the world’s top importer
The soundless lightspeed attack that baffled some fans was actually the film’s most scientifically accurate moment
The celebrated portraitist’s glittering images of black women upend tradition
The star-spangled event became a surprise battleground in the fight for women’s rights and racial equality
Russia’s overall trade with India has increased by more than 15 percent in the last five years
Gazprom meets more than a third of Europe’s demand for natural gas.
Russia pipped Saudi Arabia most of last year as the top crude supplier to China, the world’s biggest buyer.
The Russian National Oil and Gas Forum and the 18thedition of the Neftegaz International Exhibition will run on 17-18 and 16-19April 2018 at Expocentre Fairgrounds in Moscow.
On the British Teachers Coming Work in MoscowRussian education is going through an investment boom. Every year, new private schools are opened, many offering an education in English leading to an international diploma.
Leased labour andtemporary staffing in various forms and under different names (leasing,outstaffing and rent of the personnel) were commonly used in Russia since late90s.
The leading Russian private business school SKOLKOVO has announced a launch of a new programme in partnership with Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) – EMBA for Eurasia.
What lahmacun may lack in cheese pulls it makes up for with juicy, spicy ground lamb
The pioneering photographer’s latest book documents the welcoming community of transgender individuals who serve as spirit mediums in Burma and Thailand
A Smithsonian historian reminds us how Graham, a Washington socialite-turned-publisher, transformed the paper into what it is today
Gazprom achieved record gas shipments to Europe this year
Several hotels have already raised prices 40-fold for the summer
Magnitude helps you imagine the outer limits of time, speed and distance—without breaking your brain
As much financial wealth is held by rich Russians abroad as in Russia itself
Foreign investors entered 2017 anticipating sanctions to be lifted
Foodfox works with over 2,000 restaurants in Moscow
Duma deputies ruled to harshen fines in response to the high demand for World Cup tickets, especially among Russian fans
A new book chronicles Ernst Haeckel’s life and his gorgeous renderings of wild things—scales, spikes, tentacles and all
Russians in Silicon Valley, foreign media screws tightening, offshores coming home
His path to fame and notoriety began by exploiting an enslaved woman, in life and in death, as entertainment for the masses