Slava

22 Mar 19
PerspeK.tiva

Left to Die.

21 Mar 19
Abandoning the Fjords

It is now 2019, and while the year has been off to a slow start in regards to travels, this past weekend finally put me on the road for the first time this year – and in the coming few months many more trips will follow! My first trip in 2019 was a small weekend […]

21 Mar 19
Arcynewsy

Moscow, March 21 – AIF-Moscow. Ukrainian showman Vladimir Zelensky said he would support Svetoslav Vakarchuk, the frontman of Okean Elzy, if he had run for president of the country. Previously, Vakarchuk refused to run for president, but promised to work to make sure the pro-European forces won. "If Slava were a candidate, I'd give it. […]

21 Mar 19
Payton Evans

Interface icons. We all see them, we all use them. But are we designing them correctly? This article is going to be a run-down version of Slava Shestopalov’s article: ‘Hopefully, the Ultimate Guide to Interface Icons’ which is pact full of great information for your next icon project. Where should you start? An optical grid. […]

10 Feb 19
Cantarea Scripturilor

Bine te-am gasit! Numele meu este Cris, compozitorul Cantarii Scripturilor. Sunt incantat sa fiu cu tine aici pentru a parcurge aceasta resursa de crestere duhovniceasca. Care este scopul principal al muzicii? Nu este pentru a slavi si inchina Domnului Dumnezeu? Intr-adevar, cantam in primul rand lui Dumnezeu, apoi in al doilea rand pentru a ne […]

20 Mar 19
Archy Worldys

The avalanches and their fans hated them. Sergei Fedorov Slava Kozlov. Igor Larionov Viacheslav Fetisov. Vladimir Konstantinov They were the Russian Five of Detroit, some of the heavy opponents of the Avalanche-Red Wings rivalry of the late 1990s and early 2000s. The award-winning documentary The Russian Five arrives in Colorado on Friday and plays at […]

20 Mar 19
The Denver Post
The Avalanche and its fans hated them. Sergei Fedorov. Slava Kozlov. Igor Larionov. Viacheslav Fetisov. Vladimir Konstantinov. They were Detroit’s Russian Five, some of the heavy hitters in the Avalanche-Red Wings rivalry of the late 1990s and early 2000s. The award-winning documentary, The Russian Five, is coming to Colorado on Friday, playing at the Alamo Drafthouse Sloans Lake. [related_articles location=”right” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] “The rivalry between the Colorado Avalanche and the Detroit Red Wings is one of the most heated in all of sports. With the anniversary of the famous brawl that kicked off the rivalry coming up on March 26th we hope hockey fans in Denver will come out to the theater and remember when both teams were titans of the NHL, “ Russian Five producer Steve Bannatyne said in a release. “These two teams battled year after year to win the Stanley Cup and were responsible for some of the most exciting hockey games I’ve ever seen in my life. I truly believe even devout Red Wings haters in Denver will enjoy this movie!” Tickets: drafthouse.com/denver/show/the-russian-five More about the documentary: TheRussianFive.com RELATED: Kiszla: When Avs beat Wings, it’s sweet blast from the past. But now it’s time to lose for Jack Hughes. The Denver Post needs your support. Subscribe now for just 99 cents for the first month.