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LADA BAKAL was born in Kishinev, Moldova, but studied and now lives in Moscow. For eight years she worked at The Moscow Times, the capital’s English language daily. She enjoys drawing, writing and traveling, whether it be to the Altai or Carpathians, trekking in the Crimea or the Urals, or floating down mountain rivers. She has been Russian Life’s photo editor since 2009.
Russian Life:Sep/Oct 2012 For 40 years, Boris Grebenshchikov and Aquarium have made music like no other band in Russia, combining poetry and beautiful, often quizzical instrumentals into a charming sound that is at once entirely unique and entirely Russian. Author: Lada Bakal Translator:Paul E. Richardson Buy a Copy of this Issue
Russian Life:May/June 2011 Eastern Crimea was a center for partisan activity during the Great Patriotic War.
In honor of the May Day holiday, we trek through this wild realm along the Black Sea, hoping to recapture a sense of what it meant to fight and live here. Author: Lada Bakal Translator:Peter Morley Illustrations/Images:Lada Bakal Buy a Copy of this Issue
Russian Life:July/Aug 2010 Where we tag along with a group of 40 intrepid Russian explorers on a week-long trip through the rivers and lakes of northern Karelia, far from the lights and comforts of civilization. Author: Lada Bakal Buy a Copy of this Issue