Monday, August 19, 2019

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...

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...

Building Community in Belgrade With Bikram Yoga

By Hayley Schultz BELGRADE, The room is surrounded by mirrors fogged with steam as class begins. The instructor stands at the front of the room directing...

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...

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...

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...

Boys and Feminism: Centre E8 challenges Serbia’s patriarchal society

By Nedim Filipovic BELGRADE - Men in uniform flank Bratislav Gasic, Serbia’s Defense Minister, as he exits the Prva Petoletka Namenska factory in Trstenik, Serbia earlier...

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...

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...

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...