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A step toward greatness; The Kiev Ballet has shaped some of the world's best dancers. Now it tests its mettle in its first U.S. appearance.
Heffley, Lynne; Los Angeles Times; (Dec 13, 2005), p. E.3
The World; Opposition in Ukraine Ready to Go Home but Not Let Down Its Guard; Some demonstrators will stay behind in Kiev. For many, the focus now is the Dec. 26 revote.
Holley, David; Los Angeles Times; (Dec 10, 2004), p. A.3
DISPATCH FROM KIEV; Grass-roots forces square off against shadowy developers
Stack, Megan K; Los Angeles Times; (May 12, 2008), p. A.3
UP FRONT: PERFORMING ARTS; DANCE REVIEW; Kiev Ballet 'Nutcracker' puts feet first
Segal, Lewis; Los Angeles Times; (Dec 15, 2005), p. E.4
Spielberg promotes documentary in Kiev
Los Angeles Times; (Oct 20, 2006), p. E.15
WINDOW ON THE WORLD CUP; Rain, Spain Are a Pain in Kiev
Yefimova, Natasha; Los Angeles Times; (Jun 15, 2006), p. D.6
THE WORLD; Russia Starts Cutting Off Ukraine Gas; Putin's offer to delay a sharp rate increase is rejected by officials in Kiev, who were holding out for a gradual move to market prices.
Murphy, Kim; Los Angeles Times; (Jan 1, 2006), p. A.3
SCRIPTLAND; From striker to Kiev darling; Billy Frolick is the toast of Ukraine as he signs to write its first computer-animated feature film.
Fernandez, Jay A; Los Angeles Times; (Jan 30, 2008), p. E.1
The World; Passion Led American on Road to Kiev; A Chicago girl became a Reagan aide and dreamed of liberty for her family's homeland. Now she is poised to be Ukraine's first lady.
Neuman, Johanna; Los Angeles Times; (Dec 29, 2004), p. A.3
THE WORLD; With West Caught Short, Russia to Reopen Taps; Gas deliveries flowing through Ukraine to Europe have dwindled. Moscow accuses Kiev of stealing supplies as the price stalemate persists.
Murphy, Kim; Los Angeles Times; (Jan 3, 2006), p. A.4