On Orthodox Epiphany, which is celebrated on January 19, there is a tradition to plunge into ice-cold water, it has become popular again in Kyiv after the fall of Soviet Union.Read More
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I was so inspired by reconstructions of Kazimir Malevich’s lectures (I wrote about it in here). I bought a book called ‘Malevitch’ by Jean-Claude Marcadé at Rodovid publishing house. I love their books, they have an awesome office on 17, Khreschatyk street (on the top floor) with a beautiful view […]Read More
My friend Jason (btw like his page on fb 😉 ) is working on a documentary about Ukraine and searching for people who he can interview. Me and my friend Natalya came to talk about how we can help, but instead ended up playing tabletop games 🙂Read More
Saturday began with a small second hand market near Peremohy Square. Speaking of second hands, the biggest one “Lesnoy” is near Lisova metro station, it’s on the left coast, in the very end of red metro line. And there are also many small markets and shops all around town. This […]Read More
My friend from Washington, D.C. came to Kyiv recently; he already has been to many places in the city so I was thinking where to take him. First we went to D.I.Y.stvo festival at Podil. It’s a d.i.y., hardcore punk festival. I go there for years, the garage complex has […]Read More