“Android Karenina”: The Brainchild Of Pop Culture

“All good robots resemble one another, each faulty robot is defective in its own way. Everything was in confusion in the Oblonskys' house” - starts the novel “Android Karenina”, that appeared in America at the beginning of June and caused
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Andy Warhol Invades Philadelphia

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White Sail Yachting Philadelphia and Nizhny Novgorod

At the end of May, five Russian sailors from Nizhniy Novgorod arrived in Philadelphia on Memorial Day. The Corinthian Yacht Club hosted the annual Spring Regatta. During three days Vladimir Diyakov, Aleksandr Tabachnikov, Aleksandr Beyl, Pavel Sivukhin and Larisa Repina participated in the regatta in Chesapeake Bay. They’ve been included in (more...)

Jessica Regam – US Chess Champion

It's hard to foretell, but it looks like Jessica Regam, once set out on this path, strives for victory and wont give up on it. One month ago she won the title of champion of US in the age group of 14 year old children (40 challengers took part in (more...)

New Voices in Fiction

There was a healthy dose of excitement in the American literary community recently as The New Yorker, the prestigious social and literary weekly, released “20 Under 40,” a selection of the 20 most promising fiction writers under the age of 40 whom it believes “are, or will be, key to (more...)

Renoir Exhibit in Philadelphia


National Museum of Jewish American History to Open This Fall

Slated to open in the fall of 2010, the National Museum of Jewish American History, for the first time since groundbreaking nearly two years ago, has finally reached five stories above Independence Mall, in the heart of historic Philadelphia. The Museum will join Independence Hall, the National Constitution Center, the (more...)

Barnes Museum Moves Downtown

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