Sunday, February 28, 2021
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The Staple of Serbia

by Kinsley Cuen Belgrade -- With its iconic red and white labeling and frequent appearances on billboards and menus alike, it is hard to avoid...

Serbia’s Pride Served With Fries

By Bernardo Reyes Facio BELGRADE, The restaurant "Stari Beograd", Serbian for "Old Belgrade," is a gem for food lovers hidden in East Belgrade. Decades-old editions...

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...

The Liquor of Fruit and Fire

By: Finnian James BELGRADE, Serbs will tell you, rakija (rakiya) puts all other liquor to shame. Many love this fierce potion as much as they...

Humanitarian You Don’t Want to Mess With

By Emma Woods BELGRADE, Sitting outside a bustling coffee shop, Nikoleta Kosovac looks like someone you want to be friends with. Fashionable in faded orange...

Rebel with a Cause

By Anna Squires BELGRADE, Anita Mitic always felt like a rebel. But then, she would have to. Any 25-year-old NGO director must at some level delight...

Fighting “Like a Girl”

By Christina Noto Belgrade - “I am a little fighter girl. And I think that this is something that we need in the world… girls...

Making Belgrade a Home

By Hoi Mun Yee BELGRADE, Australian Philomena O’Brien had just celebrated her 39th birthday in Budapest and was on her way to Iran when her...

RTS bombing still haunts Belgrade 16 years later

by Nick Dye BELGRADE - Clouds hang over Radio Television of Serbia. Light rain falls over the nearly-16-year-old scar from the NATO bombing campaign. It...

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...