January 01, 1999

Notebook



No sponsors for Pushkin

As a result of the financial crisis, the Moscow City government has seriously cut its program of year-long festivities to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Alexander Pushkin’s birth. Federal coffers are empty and corporate sponsors have been forced to back out. Thus, the city is forced to rely solely on its own budget and will scale the festivities back to the essential.

Culture and Kalashnikovs


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