Articles

Russian Dishes Which Scare Foreign Chefs

Can someone who grew up on sushi, pizza or pasta genuinely like Herring under Fur Coat or Veal Orlov?

If It Floats Your Boat...

Fall in love with Northern Russia on water

Six Ways to Be More Productive at Work

Afisha.Daily shares six scientifically proven techniques to become more productive at work

How Being a Geek Became Synonymous with the Mainstream

Afisha.Daily found out how St. Pete's students came up with the idea and why Russia’s future depends on geeks rather than politicians

The World Through Different Eyes

How one man from Russia’s Far North captivated the country’s artistic elite

Capturing Russia’s Northern Beauty

Why artists and musicians can’t help falling in love with the North Pole

Six Russian Cities to Transport You to ‘Europe’

Ramber.Travel presents six Russian cities that give you that ‘European’ feeling

The Scientific Approach

How tourists help to develop Russian science

The Not Quite Dead Sea

When a Russian resort stands in for a popular world-famous destination

‘Astronauts Don’t Talk Politics’

Interview with Oleg Kotov, head of manned programmes at the Central Research Institute of Machine Building

An Englishwoman on Homemade Burgers and Freedom in Russian Theatre

A young theatre worker from London speaks about Moscow during the 2000s, dacha trips and interacting with Russians

Solyanka: How to Make Soup From Sausage

Solyanka, a thick, spicy and sour Russian soup that is common in Russia and other former Soviet republics, can be made from fish, meat or mushrooms

Russian Museums to Get Augmented Reality App

Users will be able to get instant information about any work of art just by using a new app

Make Way for WayRay

WayRay, Swiss-based Russian startup and the developer of an innovative navigation system, receives $18-million investment

Where to Fill Your Shot Glass in Russia: Five Most Authentic Russian Bars

Rambler.Travel brings a selection Russia’s most colourful rumochnayas, which are quintessentially Russian bars and cafes

High Speed Games

How Russian gamers are developing the Internet for a new generation

Russia’s New Amphibious Ship to Outperform French ‘Mistral’

New Russian assault ship “Priboi” (“Surf”) will be better than French analogue in multiple categories

Stanislav Kiselev: Doing Business in Russia

Stanislav Kiselev, founder of the cleaning service Helpstar, on how he came back to Moscow to become a businessman

Soviet Subversion: How Soviet People Got the Right to Be Shocked

In the Soviet Union, there was only one youth magazine that wrote about life abroad

A Peninsula of Opportunity

The Far Eastern gem Kamchatka is evolving into a major tourist destination