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Editor's Letter

PASSPORT is now online. Beginning this month, you can view the full content of the magazine on the web at Soon past issues will also be available online and youll be able to search our archives by month or by section. Missed the business profile in October? Read a restaurant review in July but cant remember the address of the restaurant? Loved the neighborhood tour last February and want to have another look? Soon it will all be online.

Well also have our full community listings which used to be printed every month in the back of the magazine on the web. Look on the site for full contact information for sport clubs and charities, business organizations and expat social groups. The community listings will now be published in the print edition only twice a year, in September and in March.

In place of the community organization listings, weve launched a community calendar that we hope will help keep Moscows English-speaking community in touch and up-to-date. Submit your community calendar events be they sign-ups for a sport team or a special church service or charity dinner by e-mail to

As always, dont hesitate to share your ideas for articles and what you do and dont like about the magazine with us by phone or e-mail. We hope you enjoy this issue.

Merry Christmas and
Happy New Year!

J. Quinn Martin

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