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Fashion Designer Masha Reva Returns To Making Art

The Odessa-born artist and fashion designer bears the famous last name of her father, the accomplished architect and sculptor Mikhail Reva. However, her breakout...

Mititei: Small Heroes Of A Big Culinary Region

If you spend any amount of time traveling in Bessarabia you will definitely see this dish on almost every menu, alongside placintas, mamalyga and...

Modernist Kharkiv: Behind The Battle To Protect Avant-Garde Architecture In Post-Maidan Ukraine

Kharkiv’s Freedom Square hosts one of the largest modernist architectural ensembles in Europe, a reminder of the city’s leftist heritage. But the space was...

Connect Ukraine Conference Goes Futurist

The Connect Ukraine conference ran between July 28 and 30 at Kyiv’s trendy Art Zavod Platforma and featured some of the world’s leading technology...

A Trip to Kherson: Watermelons, Amazons, and a Dead Sea

A short guide on what to do on your next trip to Kherson. The Ukrainian city of Kherson is famous, first and foremost, for its...

The Smell And Taste Of Budzhak

The Odessa Review’s Bessarabian food columnist explains the smells and tastes of the spices of the region. Some places, wether they be houses, cities, regions...

The Sophy G Fashion Brand Arouses Interest Outside Of Ukraine

The insight that every new year brings new interesting young designers to the Ukrainian fashion-industry and that more Ukrainian designers are being discovered by...

A Trip To Historical Kharkiv

My husband and I had planned to travel to Kharkiv for a long time, but somehow it never seemed to work out. From the...

Paskal and Atelie Summer Collection on June 19th at Odessa Literary Museum

​We here at The Odessa Review have been fond of Odessa designer Julia Paskal for a long time. Presentation of Paskal & Atelie summer...

Pastrami: The Jewish Recipe From Bessarabia

Pastrami is one of the essential staples of New York deli food — an authentic pastrami sandwich is a must-have for any foodie visiting...