Arts & Culture

12 May 2009
A Roma Vision for Eurovision Premium
A Romani band stands up for the Czech Republic at Europe's biggest musical spectacle.
By Andy Markowitz
26 March 2009
Hits From the ’70s and ’80s Premium
From The Big Read emerges a picture of a ubiquitous Bulgarian creature: the nostalgic omnivore.
By Boyko Vassilev
26 March 2009
The Bartenev Project Premium
Moscow is a village, artist Andrei Bartenev says – for worse or for better.
By Vladimir Kozlov
25 March 2009
Crafting a Suitable Past
The Kremlin’s new brand of patriotism requires a blinkered view of some of the 20th century’s most savage events.
By Gregory Slysz
12 March 2009
Into the Dustbin? Premium
As it crumbles, a monument in Sofia’s center forces residents and officials to consider the fate of this mammoth, socialist-era symbol.
By Vesselin Dimitrov
2 March 2009
The Czech Way
One commentator says his country has learned some hard lessons since the Velvet Revolution but wonders how much wiser it is for all that.
By Erik Tabery
26 February 2009
Harps or Drunks? Toilets or Roses? Premium
The EU was formed in part to end wars within Europe, including wars of symbols.
By Boyko Vassilev
25 February 2009
Rage Against the Ruhnama Premium
A Finnish-American filmmaking duo lose their way on a trek to the heart of Turkmen darkness.
By Robert A. Saunders



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