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The “Ltava” Honored Ensemble of Song and Dance in the northern Ukrainian city of Poltava has drawn dedicated volunteers and performers to help it keep alive regional dance traditions. An American dancer joins up with the Poltava collective to...
On May 26th at the Ukrainian Cultural Center in Paris, Irena Karpa, a Ukrainian-French writer and first secretary for cultural issues with the Ukrainian Embassy, is inaugurating an exhibition featuring the works of young Ukrainian and French artists. The exhibition is representative...
The newly built Podil Theater building has proven to be quite controversial with it’s modernist exterior making many observers quite unhappy. If nothing else, the fiery controversy that has erupted around it after it was opened in last autumn...

People

Internal Displacement And Hardship Meet Opportunity

A group of exceptional students from backgrounds of economic disadvantage and internal displacement find intellectual challenge and community in the Odessa chapter of an intensive English language program. Alex is fourteen years old. He is...

An Architectural Strategy For Odessa: A Dialogue With Ruslan Tarpan

The builder and restorer Ruslan Tarpаn is a prominent figure in the Odessa business world, but has a media reputation of being a private person. He is widely respected for his association with the...

Odessa Designer Julie Paskal

Founded by the vivacious 26-year-old designer Julie Paskal, the eponymous brand has become one of the brightest names in the Ukrainian fashion world. Paskal's brand has also gone way beyond the local market, and...

Literature

Babel: the Black Sea Bard

The Odessa Review pays tribute to Odessa’s most influential and inspirational literary figure Isaac Babel’s short story collections, ‘The Odessa Tales’ and ‘Red Cavalry’ remain...

Mickiewicz in Odessa by Artur Grabowski

Mickiewicz had been sentenced by trial a few months earlier, instigated by the emperor against a group of Wilno university students for an...

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Jamala: The Voice Of Ukraine

Raised on jazz, soul and the traditional songs of her Crimean Tatar people. She experienced the temptations of easy fame and betrayal. She lost...

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