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Contents of issue December/January 2005


Living Here

Provocative Petrovka
Romance, murder and political intrigue theres much more to Petrovka and environs than todays designer brand names.

The Sausage Guy
International trader turned sausage-maker and deliveryman John Warren tells us how he made and lost millions as a businessman in 1990s Russia, and reveals the story behind the bullet wound on his neck.

Managed Media
Russian TV has been through many changes in the last 25 years. Find out how its evolved and what this means in our exclusive interview with Russias leading TV analyst, Irina Petrovskaya.
Beyond the Ring

Kazan Reborn
Our correspondent travels to Tatarstan on the cusp of Kazans 1000-year anniversary and finds a city at once surging ahead and clinging to the past.

Happy Trails
Its finally time to get those ski boots back on, but before you decide where to go this year, read our insiders guide to the best places to ski in Russia, how to get there, and what the apres-ski is like.
Holiday Gifts

Presents to be Proud of
PASSPORTs done the legwork for you and found 12 unusual Russian gift ideas and theres not a matrioshka in sight.
Restaurant Review

From flirting with gang culture in New York to pioneering fusion culture in Moscow, Isaac Correa now finds himself one of the citys most innovative and respected chefs.

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