Sunday, February 28, 2021

NATO’s War on Media in Serbia

By Hoi Mun Yee Belgrade, As the bells of St. Mark’s Church rang for 4 P.M., it is just another afternoon at Tasmajdan Park. Kids are...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Turkish Coffee: A drink for any season

By Nedim Filipovic Belgrade, Smokvica’s patio was alive despite the autumn chill. People, seemingly unaware of the change in season, were chatting their afternoons away....

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...

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...

Italian Belgrader

By Marija Pajkovic BELGRADE, The first time Angela Cappellino saw Belgrade, it was a drizzly, chilly autumn Sunday. She stepped off an old, rickety train,...