Speaking another language can be hard enough, but singing in a different tongue is only for the brave. Here are a few musicians from the USSR who tried their luck performing in English, and some even made their mark on the charts.
You probably didn’t know, but the horror genre in Russia is more than 150 years old. To celebrate Stephen King's 70th anniversary Russia Beyond challenges you to read these horror novels written by Russian writers.
On September 20, 1959, Lee Harvey Oswald, the man who is officially considered to be the assassin of President John F. Kennedy, began his ideological journey to the Soviet Union. Originally proclaiming himself a communist, Oswald eventually became disappointed with Soviet reality, and returned to the U.S. Those who knew him in the USSR, however, doubted he could have murdered JFK.
Brutal macho men scare off Russian hooligans, an FBI Special Agent dreams about his parallel Russian life, and an MMA fighter cheers up Russian men. What other things do foreign celebrities do to sell goods made in Russia?