Here are the Top 10 posts of 2009 on this site. It’s been quite a year! Ukrainian Independence Day festivals 2009 The last secret of WW2: Operation Keelhaul – Betrayal of the Cossacks in Lienz Are ‘Ukrainian Christmas’ and ‘Ukrainian Easter’ coming to an end? Happy Ukrainian Christmas Ukrainian Congress Committee secretary gunned down in […]Read more "Top 10 posts of 2009"
While the mainstream media tries to bury the Orange Revolution conveniently before next month’s Presidential election, the Canadian Press held a surprisingly insightful interview the pro-Russian candidate Viktor Yanukovych who didn’t hold back on who his allegiance is with: Viktor Yanukovych, whose Kremlin-backed election victory in 2004 was overturned by the Supreme Court amid allegations […]Read more "Yanukovych shows his Russian allegiance in Canadian Press interview"
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I flipped on a Mad Men marathon yesterday on TV and came across a scene that caught my attention: I did a quick search on it and the character Paul Kinsey (played by Michael Gladis) has a love for Ukrainian food after all: Q: What’s up with Paul and Ukrainian food? A: I did a […]Read more "Ukrainian food on Mad Men"
That popular ‘Carol of the Bells’ song you hear at Christmas? Yup, it’s Ukrainian! The melody was created in 1916 by Ukrainian composer Mykola Leontovych (1877-1921) and titled “Shchedryk” (lyrics). Based on an old Ukrainian folk song, the original lyrics describes the swallow flying into a household to proclaim the plentiful year that the family […]Read more "Carol of the Bells – yup, it’s Ukrainian!"