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12/07/2017 04:40'HIV Is Not Real,' Claims Russian Conspiracy Theory, as Disease Keeps Spreading    ( Newsweek )
"On TV they are talking about how Russia is surrounded by enemies and that we must fight everybody," she said, noting it is a good foundation for believing suspect theories. Yekaterina Zinger, director of the Svechha Foundation in Saint-Petersburg, added that the lack of proper education about the ...
12/07/2017 04:35Choreographer puts his own Stripe on holiday classic    ( Edmonton Journal )
The Nutcracker's premiere in St. Petersburg, Russia, in December 1892 was not a critical success. To be fair to the performers, ... This take on Tchaikovsky's Christmas confection is a mix of styles reflecting his years of training in the Italian system and some Russian influences. “It's very set in classical ...
12/06/2017 00:05Whenever America is in crisis, Russia is its whipping boy    ( Washington Post )
Ivan Kurilla is a professor of history and international relations at the European University at St. Petersburg. ST. PETERSBURG — Russians are watching the unfolding scandal of their country's meddling in the 2016 U.S. election with a mixture of amusement, pride, indignation and regret. For a historian ...
12/05/2017 20:50US embassy to Russia to resume some visa services after diplomatic row    ( Business Insider )
... educational reasons were no longer able to apply via U.S. consulates outside Moscow and had to travel to the Russian capital instead. The embassy said in a statement on Monday some visa services would resume on Dec. 11. "On December 11, the U.S. consulates in St. Petersburg, Yekaterinburg, ...
12/04/2017 20:00Vitebsky Train Station – Trains & deco    ( Spotted by Locals (blog) )
That's why when I was a kid at school, thousand of kilometers away from Russia, my literature teacher made me read Anna Karenina. Honestly, at that moment, it meant little to me, but once I moved to Saint Petersburg, I had the feeling that part of my new home was already described in that book–and ...
12/04/2017 03:55Russian duo creates Victoria Ballet despite language, money challenges    ( )
If you are going to see Victoria Ballet's The Nutcracker, you should know there is a story behind the story of this ballet production. It is the story of Victoria Mironova and Vladimir Demine, immigrants from St. Petersburg, Russia, who dreamed of opening a ballet school in Canada. If you visit their school in ...
12/02/2017 05:50'The Nutcracker': Beloved ballet gets some fun new twists    ( The Columbian )
Ever since it debuted in 1892 in St. Petersburg, Russia, “The Nutcracker” has grown into one of the most ubiquitous Christmas traditions. And ever since the San Francisco Ballet performed the first U.S. rendition in 1944, its showings have quickly become an American institution, stretching from the ...
12/02/2017 00:55Russia 2018: a guide to the cities and stadiums for England's group games    ( The Guardian )
All three of England's games avoid the big two transport hubs of Moscow and St Petersburg, and all are a flight away from the England training camp near St Petersburg. Fans planning to watch the games will need to take a lot of flights or long train journeys. Russian overnight trains are comfortable, ...
12/01/2017 02:00Writer, illustrator wants work to share lessons    ( News-Press Now )
And that put him on track to Gatchina, a Russian town slightly larger than St. Joseph and about 28 miles south of St. Petersburg. There, Cook would teach English in Russia's public schools from 1995 to 1998. He also would work with the youth at a church. “The collapse of the Soviet Union was still fresh ...
11/29/2017 22:00North Korea's latest missile test sends China a clear message    ( The Hill )
Cmdr. Michael Nordeen is a national security affairs fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University and former Olmsted Scholar in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The views expressed are those of the author and do not reflect the position of the United States Navy or Department of Defense.
11/29/2017 16:55Russia backs new research cluster    ( Chemistry World )
The Russian government has officially approved plans for a new large-scale scientific cluster in St. Petersburg. The centre will be modelled on ...


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