Have you ever seen a Native American?
Watch a Native American traditional dancing on the American Indian Heritage Day in Holy Cross Hospital ( Maryland )
REMEMBER: Cell Phone Numbers Go Public this month.All cell phone numbers are being released to telemarketing companies and you will start to receive sales calls. ...... YOU WILL BE CHARGED FOR THESE CALLS
To prevent this, call the following number from your cell phone: 888-382-1222.
It is the National DO NOT CALL list. It will only take a minute of your time..
It blocks your number for five (5) years. You must call from the cell phone number you want to have blocked. You cannot call from a different phone number.
Or do it online at:
Anna Shakeeva was named one of the superb DC area artists by The Washington Post.Anna is well-known not just in the US but around the world as well. She was raised in Russia and was mostly influenced by the Russian art culture. Anna learned from the best while developing her own original style. Over the past twelve years Anna has been working with oil-based paint, creating a unique layering effect in her monotype prints. She also works in dry-point. Anna'a prints are rich in details so fine that they appear almost as small pieces of jewelry.
Visit Anna Shakeeva's galery
Washington Profile, the only Russian-language information agency based in Washington, D.C.,provides timely analysis and news coverage of the United States to readers of the former Soviet Union and the Russian-speaking diaspora worldwide. We strive to eliminate cultural and historical misunderstandings by reporting objectively on the major issues and ideas that have shaped, and continue to shape, the United States. We seek to expose our readership to the diverse range of viewpoints that exemplifies America’s democratic process of open debate, raising awareness about the complexity of Americans’ perceptions of the world and themselves, as well as issues affecting relations between the U.S. and the countries of the former Soviet Union.
Russian Public Holiday ScheduleJanuary 1 ................. New Year's Day
January 7 ................. Russian Orthodox Christmas Day
February 23 ............... Defenders of the Motherland Day (Red Army Day or Men Day)
March 8 ................... International Women's Day (the equivalent of Mother's Day )
May 1-2 ................... Labor Day/May Day
May 9 ..................... Victory Day
June 12 ................... Russia Day
November 4 ................ National Unity Day
December 12 ............... Constitution Day
December 31 ............... Start the New Year celebration
You are welcome to the world of authentic Russian cuisine and cooking recipes,the place for lovers of delicious dishes and culture of the Russia. In our Russian recipes cookbook you'll find a great number of palatable dishes (hors-d'oeuvres, main courses, desserts, beverages etc.) from ancient times to the present. With our help you'll taste and find out tales about the most popular ethnic dishes of Russian, Ukrainian, Byelorussian, Georgian, Armenian and other cuisines. We invite you to keep our company and listen our stories over a cup of tea.
There was a position open for an accountant at this one large firm. They got the applicants down to 3 people.The president was going to interview each one separately. He asked the first applicant in.
"I'm going to ask you just one question," says the president, "What's 2+2?"
Applicant #1 promptly answers "Four."
"Thank you, we will get back to you," replied the president.
The second applicant comes in, same question "What's 2+2?"
Applicant #2 thinks this must be a trick question, thinks a little bit and says "Five."
The president replies, "Well, that's obviously wrong, don't call us, we'll call you."
The third applicant comes in, same question "What's 2+2?"
The third applicant looks around as if he's looking for someone else in the room and replies, "What would you like it to be?"
The president exclaims, "YOU'RE MY MAN!"
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