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Добро пожаловать to Tripatini's forum for learning and practicing the language of Pushkin and Putin, spoken in countries across a huge swath of Eurasia, from the Baltic to the Pacific. And to exploration of the many contributions Russian artists, writers, and musicians have made to world culture.

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Comment by OLTON Tour Operator in Russia on November 2, 2010 at 11:50am
Hello! We arrange Russian language courses in St.Petersburg, Russia. You have classes in the morning and do cultural sightseeing in the afternoon. You meet Russian students, visit Russian families, and do things as Russians do. Please, visit our site http://www.olton.ru
Comment by EnLinea Media on May 10, 2010 at 1:37pm
Interesting video on the Russian 65th Victory Day Anniversary military parade in Yekaterinburg held May 7, 2010.
Comment by Jagath Chandrawansa on March 11, 2010 at 7:14am
This is the best time to plan your trip to Russia .If you go there in May will be the best time as wont be too cold as well as too HOT.Best places to visit other than Moscow ans St.Petersburg of course the Bical(Lake Bical.BEST IF YOU COULD TRAVEL BY TRANS sIBERIAN tRAIN YOU COULD SEE MUCH MORE ABOUT Russian coutry side.Better if you travel by group as it would be interesting and safe.Other interest palces to visit "Golden Circul "of Russia about 8 ancient cities surrounding Moscow with old Monestries and Kremlin places of its own and lots of achitechteral places to see.

I'll continue this later.....
Comment by David Paul Appell on February 6, 2010 at 3:39pm
Так ты живёшь в Екатеринбуге -- очень интересно!
Comment by Vyacheslav Sidyakov on February 6, 2010 at 6:06am
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Comment by David Paul Appell on January 26, 2010 at 12:49pm
Brain cells, indeed -- but at least ты помнишь как всё начиналось...
Comment by Brendan Harding on January 26, 2010 at 4:04am
I didn't arrive until early in 1990 so I'm afraid I missed out on about 25 years of their music. But as you well know they were still pretty huge right up to the mid-nineties. I go back there a couple of times a year and I don't think I've ever been at a (drunken) gathering where some ex/wanna-be rocker sang a line or two. Unfortunately, Tavarisch Stolichnaya drained me of a lot of my brain cells and memories from those days but I heard I enjoyed myself. 6 fun years! I'm going back next August on my 20th Anniversary to write a piece for the company I worked for (Ah, how the worm turns) and to generally do a commentary on how individual pieces of my memories have changed over time. This time I'm travelling with my 17 year old Russian-Irish daughter. As you say... Damn, how cool is that?
Comment by David Paul Appell on January 25, 2010 at 6:22pm
OMG, how awesome is that, Brendan! MashVrem is part of my indelible memories of Russia (then USSR), and I can still sing their signature songs even though the rest of my Russian is much rustier. And your ran a bar in Moscow?? Damn, how cool is that?? I drink to those at sea, indeed!
Comment by Brendan Harding on January 25, 2010 at 4:24pm
Hey David Paul. I saw the legendary 'Машина' play a concert in Red Square about '93(?) I think. It was huge, it seemed like the whole world was there and it went on for hours. What a party! Then I used to run a bar in Moscow where one of their ex members Sasha Zaitsev took the occassional tipple or two. Interesting times!
Comment by EnLinea Media on December 22, 2009 at 11:40am
The Russian government is set to start selling Internet domains using Cyrillic characters (currently Russians type URLs in Latin letters)... and much to their surprise, there's a big backlash among many Russians who fear this is a first step by the Kremlin to restrict access to the Internet. Read more about it in today's NY Times.
 

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