Saturday, April 10, 2021

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....

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...

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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Remembering the Past

By Marissa Hank BELGRADE - The late afternoon sun creates an orange tint over central Belgrade. Across from Tasmajdan Park, the Radio Television of...
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A Serbian Dish Spanning Generations

By Sonja Borgmann Belgrade - At Kalenic restaurant in the historic Vracar neighborhood, one can sample traditional Serbian Karadjordjeva snicla—a stuffed fried pork dish that...

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...

Space Refugees Leave Behind

By Alexandra Cheney BELGRADE, After a week of cold and rain, the sunny Saturday afternoon in Belgrade was a welcome relief. The park buzzed with locals...

Remembering the 1999 NATO Bombing of Radio Television Serbia

By Carolyn Paletta BELGRADE, The charred, naked facade of a four-story structure stands out from an ordinary row of buildings. The wall has been ripped...

A look to the past

By Katie Heroux Belgrade, On a beautiful cloudless day in Tasmajdan Park, in central Belgrade, Radio Television of Serbia’s (RTS) building stands in stark contrast...

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...