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Oleg Mityaev

Oleg Grigorievich Mityaev (, 19 February 1956) is a Russian bard, musician and actor.People's Artist of Russia (2009). Member of Russian Writers Union.An author and first performer of popular bard song ''"Как здорово, что все мы здесь сегодня собрались"'' (1978). read more

No Coward Plays Hockey

"Trus ne igraet v khokkey" (, lit. ''The coward does not play hockey'') could be called the anthem of ice hockey in Soviet Union and Russia. The song was composed in 1968 by Aleksandra Pakhmutova (music), Sergei Grebennikov and Nikolai Dobronravov (lyrics - both). During this period of Soviet history, ice hockey was very popular in USSR, which is why it was not a big surprise when such a song appeared. Since then, it has been performed by many musicians - and most hockey arenas in Russia use its... read more

HC Lada Togliatti songs and anthems

Although being non-official, the following songs could all be considered as the anthems to HC Lada Togliatti in one or other way. One could hear them before, during or after hockey games in Togliatti, being sung by fans or played through ice arena acoustic equipment.==Chto ty delayesh s nami, khokkey?!?==This bard song (its name could be translated as ''"What are you doing to us, hockey?!?"'') was designed as a tribute not only to ice hockey in Togliatti, but as one to the ice hockey in general,... read more

2010 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships

The 2010 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships was the 74th such event hosted by the International Ice Hockey Federation. Teams representing 48 countries participated in four levels of competition. The competition also served as qualifications for the 2011 competition.The 2010 IIHF World Championship was held in Germany between May 7 and May 23, 2010 with events being held in Gelsenkirchen, Mannheim and Cologne.== Championship ==The Championship took place between sixteen teams from May 7 to May 23,... read more

Dynamo Leningrad (bandy club)

Dynamo Leningrad (Russian: «Динамо» Ленинград) was a bandy club in Saint Petersburg, which existed from 1924-1965. During that time, Saint Petersburg was called Leningrad.The club won the bronze medals in the Russian championship in 1936. The club was the runner-up finalist in the Soviet Cup in 1947. The club won the local Leningrad championship in 1935, 1936, 1938, 1939, 1941, 1945, 1946, 1947.Well-known players and coaches in the club were among others Mikhail Butusov and Valentin... read more


Pavsikakiy () is a Christian male given name used in Slavonic countries, such as Russia, Belarus and Ukraine, although its use has declined in modern times.Никонов, В. А. Личные имена у русских сегодня // Имя и общество — М.: Наука, 1974.Суперанская, А. В., Суслова, А. В. Статистика имён // О русских именах — 5-е изд., перераб.. — СПб.: Авалонъ, 2008. — ISBN 978-5-35202-059-3.==Etymology==The... read more

Leysya, Pesnya

"Leysya, Pesnya" (, literally "Flow, song") was a Soviet Vocal and instrumental ensemble acting during the 1970s and 1980s.It was founded in 1975 by Valery Seleznev in the city of Kemerovo.Some of the earliest singers in Leysya, Pesnya included Mikhail Shufutinsky, Vlad Andrianov, and Yuri Zakharov.In 1980, Vitaly Cretu took over as the director, and several of the original members left while new ones took over. The original Lesya, Pesnya was disbanded in 1984.== Discography ==These albums are... read more

Pavel Gusterin

Pavel Vyacheslavovich Gusterin (Russian: Павел Вячеславович Густерин; born April 16, 1972) is a Russian orientalist.== Education ==Pavel Gusterin is a graduate of the Tver State University (Department of History; 1994), the Institute of Asian and African Studies at the Moscow State University named after Mikhail Vasilyevich Lomonosov (Department of Arab Studies; 2001), and the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation (Department of... read more

Yuri Kublanovsky

Yury Mikhaylovich Kublanovsky (; 30 April 1947, Rybinsk) is a Russian poet, essayist, critic and art historian, known for his dissident past, started in the informal literary union SMOG. The author of dozens of lyrical books appearing in America, France, and Russia.== Biography ==Yuri Kublanovsky was born in the family of the actor and teacher of Russian literature. His grandfather, a priest, was shot in 1930. In the house of his grandmother kept the atmosphere of pre-revolutionary Russia. Despite... read more


Mashinalno (in Russian: "Машинально"; translation to English: "Mechanically") - is an album released in 2004 by the company Sintez Records which consists of 12 songs by the popular Russian rock band Mashina Vremeni ("Time Machine"). The name of the album was chosen by means of competition. Fans were intended to suggest a name that fully reflects the album released in the year of 35th anniversary of the group. "Mechanically" stands for Russian word "Машинально" ("Mashinalno").==Track... read more

Troitsk, Moscow

Troitsk () is a town in Troitsky Administrative Okrug of the federal city of Moscow, Russia, located on the Desna River southwest from the center of Moscow on the Kaluzhskoye Highway. Population: 39,873 (2010 Census); 32,653 (2002 Census); ==History==Troitsk was first mentioned in 1646 as a settlement of Troitskoye.Троицк вчера, сегодня, завтра. Юбилейное издание / Под ред. К. П. Рязанова. — Троицк: Тровант, 2007. — 128 с.:... read more

Zurab Todua

Zurab Todua (; born 25 December 1963) is a Moldovan historian, politician, politologue, publicist and writer, who served as deputy in the Parliament of Moldova between 2010-2014.Since 1991 Todua has researched political, social-economical, inter-ethnic and religious problems in post-soviet space (CIS), being specialised on the conflict regions and zones, and on religious extremism. Todua is well known in Russian-language area, and often is presented as a 'Russian' politologue.Todua was born in Șoldănești,... read more

Igor Krutoy

Igor Krutoy Awarding the Order Order "For Merit to the Fatherland" III degree, December 22, 2014Igor Yakovlevich Krutoy (Russian: Игорь Яковлевич Крутой), born on July 29, 1954, is a Ukrainian-born Russian music composer, performer, producer and musical promoter.Е. В. Коровкина ''Кто есть кто в мире: 1500 имен'' 2003 p754 (Lengthy article in Russian ''Who's Who'')Krutoy was awarded the Lenin Komsomol Prize in 1989.magazine "Российская Федерация... read more

Aleksei Veselkin

Aleksei Alekseyevich Veselkin (; Moscow, 21 November 1961) is a Russian actor and TV game show presenter and Honoured Artist of Russia. He was a visible personality on television and in society magazines during the 1980s and 1990s,''Delovie lyudi'' No.41-46 - Page xvi 1994 "Among the other invited guests were Russian performer Alexei Veselkin, and clothes designer Irina Krutikova, who continues to shock the public with her original fur designs." making a popular comeback in 2006 as the host of ''Sdelka?''... read more

Olga Romanova (journalist)

Olga Romanova () (born on March 28, 1966 in Lyubertsy, Russia) is a Russian journalist and a director of the civil rights organization "" (Русь Сидящая).==Biography==Olga Abramovich was born on March 28, 1966 in Lyubertsy, Russia. In 1988 Romanova graduated from the Moscow College of Finance, the Finance Department.http://www.hse.ru/en/org/persons/1354371988-1991 she was working as a journalist at the news agency "IMA Press".1991 - 1994 Romanova worked as a Moscow correspondent for the... read more


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