Arts & Culture
- 9 April 2019
- The Changing Face of Istiklal
Many complain that the Istanbul neighborhood’s secular, multicultural spirit has been replaced with one that represents a more conservative Turkey.
- By Emel Altay
- 2 April 2019
- Nut Jobs
- He spent half a year in an Israeli prison, and he's sometimes mistaken for a terrorist on the metro. This Minsk native is the world's only sculptor creating figures out of hex nuts.
- By CityDog.by
- 22 March 2019
- Throngs of ‘Game of Thrones’ Fans Mixed Blessing for Croatia
Adriatic city of Dubrovnik, which has been central to the craze, is imposing restrictions aimed at limiting the overwhelming number of tourists.
- 5 March 2019
- Donbas Rebel Star Defects to Ukraine
A movie celebrating the exploits of a female rebel fighter in the Donbas could be shelved, because the hero has switched sides.
- 4 March 2019
- You Say You Want a Revolution?
As they celebrate their 50th anniversary, legendary Czech band Plastic People of the Universe continue to play and live through their music that helped topple communism.
- By Megan Sokol and Ioana Caloianu
- 27 February 2019
- Ukraine Drops Eurovision Entrant Over Russia Row
- Ukrainian national broadcaster failed to reach ‘common ground’ with singer Maruv, who insisted on being ‘a musician, not a puppet for the political arena.’
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