Can you close the doors of your wardrobe? Having too many clothes is a problem not only familiar to shopaholics. Donating or selling your used clothes could both relieve your closet shelves of clutter and be of use to those in need.
Even though Kyiv doesn’t have a central donation center for used clothes, there are quite a few places where one might donate old clothes.
The 5th annual TEDxKyiv conference will take place on June 15 at Ukrainian House. Usually referred to as the Ukrainian Davos for optimists, this year’s theme is “instinct of the future,” and the aim is to reproduce values and multiply progress, according to the event’s organizers.
Food lovers who like to cook, but can't be bothered to shop for ingredients and flip through cookbooks, are in the right city. Kyiv has a new online service called Personal Chef (www.lpovar.com.ua).
Hyatt Regency, The Bar On The 8th
The Bar On The 8th is a high-end but still popular place with a fascinating view of the historic Sofiyiska and Mykhailivska squares, friendly staff and tasty European and Ukrainian cuisine.
Even a packed schedule shouldn’t mean skipping lunch. But as eating out in Kyiv gains in popularity, it’s getting harder to choose the right meal for the right price.
Wiping a teardrop from his face, 91-year-old Italian Luigi Pedutto unveiled a monument on May 7 depicting him tenderly hugging a Ukrainian woman.
Ukraine’s famed May break will be particularly impressive this year, with four days off work – May 1, 2, 6 and 9. With the right job or a benevolent boss, a clever worker can parlay this into 12 paid days off, including weekends. It’s a good way to start the month.
The merger of business and academia – a widely used model at the world's top research institutions – has finally come to Ukraine.
While most Kyiv cafes offer the same range of services, one unique place combines European cuisine, a shop selling works by Ukrainian designers and an education center housing lectures, master classes and movie screenings.
Elephant Khorase is young, just 8 years old. He doesn’t like winter. Even though his winter home in Kyiv Zoo is newly repaired and warm, it is still a bit too small for him and he might be missing his rhinoceros friend. And he still doesn’t have a sponsor.