In a story called “Painting the Town Red,” the New York Post has caught on to the Russian money that has infiltrated the city:
“Welcome to the New Russian Wave. According to night-life insiders, a surge of rich Muscovites has arrived in New York City, and they’re taking over where the beleaguered Read More
Last month Irina Aleksander scoped out the scene at Mari Vanna, restaurant of choice for New York’s fashionable Russians. But while she noted that the place had the potential to be “the Babbo of Eastern Europe,” the focus wasn’t on the menu.
This week The New Yorker picks up Read More
Not long before Mikhail Prokhorov, the richest man in Russia, went on 60 Minutes last week to talk about his love of “wu-men,” guns, yachts, nightclubs, money, sports, food and the New Jersey Nets, of which he is expected to soon become the majority owner, a rumor circulated among Russian-Americans in New York that he Read More