Saturday, April 10, 2021
NATO Razes RTS

NATO Razes RTS

By: Isabella Cronin Favazza BELGRADE – Tasmajdan, a park with ample foliage, ambling pedestrians, and joggers with dogs trotting alongside, sparkles in the sun. Across...

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:...

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...

RTS Bombing is Remembered 17 Years Later

By Dominick Scafidi BELGRADE, A stark memorial to the 1999 NATO intervention in Serbia sits between a modern blue glass structure and an older white...

Christian Locke: The modern “Hippie of Belgrade”

By Leah Willingham BELGRADE, Christian Locke is used to answering the same question: what on earth is he doing in Serbia? “I get that question almost...

Mind the Pothole: Belgrade by Bike

By Jose Bernardo Reyes Facio BELGRADE, As Vladimir Martinovic bikes through the streets of Belgrade, people randomly greet him like a lifelong friend. Offering tips-only bike...

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...

Quit acting:

By Nedim Filipovic Belgrade, Rainbow colored socks struck out against Zeljko Maksimovic’s dark ensemble. His frequent smiles betrayed his sharp features, jet-black hair, and rough...

Trading corporate comfort for personal values

By Claire Taylor BELGRADE, Milica Calija is used to people’s puzzled expressions when they learn she quit a successful marketing and communications career to bake...

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...