Guest writer Ronnie Smith finds another quiet culture oasis in Romania's busy capital. Mr. Krikor Zambaccian was a successful businessman who decreed that, after his death,...

Romanian theater review: The most beautiful novel ever written at Unteatru

A 16 year old girl-writer goes through a series of therapeutic sessions with her psychologist to uncover the deep motives behind the strange case...

(P) New Romanian Magazine Launches in North America

We want the world to discover the real Romania through the stories of ordinary Romanians finally experiencing the freedom to chase their dreams, realize...

Underground freedom: Romanian Oana Ghiocel sheds light on local cave exploration

A Romanian documentary filmmaker trained in the US, Oana Ghiocel tackles in her work local history and geography. Her latest film, Immigrants under Earth,...

Romania Insider book review: Definitions – poems by Octavian Paler

“An empty sea, trees crimsoned by wind on the coast, pieces of snow which when I arrived here, were bigger, a pagan light like...

From composers to DJs: cellist Valentin Răduțiu on playing Enescu, exploring music styles

After releasing the complete works for cello and piano by George Enescu, and a jazz album last year, cellist Valentin Răduțiu came back this...

Romanian theatre review – ‘Anything for You’ at Muse

Sexuality stands at the very core of being human and of going throughout this hectic journey that is life. Sex, gender identities and gender...

Paintings by Romanian Adrian Ghenie, on display at New York art gallery

Twelve new paintings and five collages by famous Romanian artist Adrian Ghenie will go on display at the Pace Gallery in New York this...

Gravity. A young woman discovers life in the shadow of death

In 2013, Smaranda Milu Némethi was always on the run. A tall, gentle woman with long hair and broad shoulders, she was running 10...

Romanian literature: George Bacovia – The poet of grayness

“Silence ... it is autumn in the borough .../Rain ... and only the rain says anything -/A leaden peace, a wind, and on the...

photoThe Romanian teenager who documented the ‘80s in Communist Romania

Andrei Birsan meticulously took pictures of his friends throughout the ‘80s, one of the toughest decades for Romania. Some 30 years later, these photos...
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