Adam Gonya takes a dive into the cold waters and the cultural peculiarities of Russia's Far East
Why hasn't world war II yet ended for some people?
Latvia's Minister of Culture Žanete Jaunzeme-Grende recently claimed that she, along with Plato, believed states should be ruled by philosophers. What consequences would Plato's political theory, if implemented, have for the culture of Latvia?
On archpriest Vsevolod Chaplin's unorthodox views on the introduction of sharia courts in Russia.
In an internet poll held by the British travel company First Choice, Latvia has surprisingly come out as the world's most beautiful tourist destination
Ieva Lešinska interviews Toomas Hendrik Ilves, the president of Estonia
The rise and fall of the world's most notorious arms trafficker. Translated from New Yorker
Yegor Yerochomovich talks to the New York-based Serbian performance artist Marina Abramovic
Interview from 1963 with John Cage by Jonathan Cott covering several aspects of Cage's creative process and aesthetics
A review of Alvis Hermanis's production "Onegin. Commentaries" at Jaunais Rīgas teātris (New Riga Theatre)
On the history of the relation between cinema and consciousness