Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Burek: A Warm Welcome to Belgrade

By Maeve Rogers BELGRADE, Burek will stop you in your tracks the first time you smell it. A strong aroma hits you, taking over all of...

Better than burgers

By Marija Pajković BELGRADE, The best advice a Belgrader could give you about eating a hamburger is don’t – and find a pljeskavica instead. Not to...

Ajvar: Spreading the Love

by Alexis Traussi BELGRADE, On the shelves of any Serbian refrigerator sits one of the brightest condiment you’ve ever seen: ajvar. Fire-red, like the dwindling...

16 years later: remembering victims of NATO Belgrade bombing

by Malia Guyer-Stevens BELGRADE - On a cloudy March morning in Belgrade, the red stone domes of St. Mark’s church overlook a sprawling park: runners...

Privatization: A part of Serbia’s media puzzle

By Alexandra Cheney BELGRADE, For decades most media outlets in Serbia have relied on a daily news feed from Tanjug, but that is about to change:...

A Belgrade Scar

by Alexis Traussi BELGRADE, The walk from Belgrade’s Old Town to Tasmajdan Park is lined with street signs pointing out famous monuments in Belgrade. But,...

Learning Pain

By Emma Woods BELGRADE/PRISTINA, Serbia has been trying to join the European Union, but many of its citizens still have a passionate anti-western sentiment. These...

Telling the untold

By: Rachel Brustein BELGRADE, Serbia The United States is not foreign land to Dah Theatre, a Belgrade-based activist theatre group. Dah has travelled to the U.S....

Still an Open Wound: Radio Television of Serbia

By Emma Woods BELGRADE, The headquarters to the Serbian public broadcaster is startlingly incompatible with its surroundings.  It is not every day you see a...

Picking My Way Through the Pijaca

By Hayley Schultz BELGRADE, I enter a side entrance of Kalenic market to find myself among fur coats and assortments of high heels. My boots...

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