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PeoplePublisher's note

Who gets the coolest people for cover stories? We do. Who gets the coolest interviews with those cover stories? We do. Why? Well, first, because we're cool like that, and second (this is actually first) is because we have the coolest, smartest and just hands-down best staff at Russian Chicago magazine. Writers, editors, designers, managers…

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PeoplePublisher's note

Recently I've finalized my thoughts in regards to different types of Russian-speakers who live here in US (as a matter of fact, it could be true for any other part of the world). I have been watching and analyzing this for many years. And it is rather simple. The first type is the people who…

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PeoplePublisher's note

We rarely have a featured cover story with someone whose first language is not Russian. This is one of those rare moments. When we found out about an "Evening with Sophia Loren" taking place in Chicago, our first thought was, "No way! Is that really happening?!" I've personally met with producers of this event to…

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PeoplePublisher's note

I wanted to take another opportunity to thank everyone - our readers, listeners, online audience, concertgoers as well as our sponsors and clients for an awesome 2015! We've got so much work done and we've received so much love and support from you. I can't even begin telling you how much interesting events and projects…

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PeoplePublisher's note

What an insane couple of weeks it has been. Makes me think how fragile things are in the world. I suppose it has always been that way throughout the years. How quickly people can destroy the way things are. How a few matter vs the masses. Just a handful of crazies can flip our world…

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PeoplePublisher's note

Julie Smolyansky (CEO, Lifeway Foods, Inc.) introduced me to Bianna Golodryga a few months back and, when we talked, I knew right away there's a great cover story to be made. Bianna was born in Moldova to a working class Jewish family. In 1980 her family moved to Houston, Texas with just a couple hundred…

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