Sasha Vasilyuk is an award-winning Russian-American writer who has been published in Harper's Bazaar, LA Times, Huffington Post, USA Today, Newsweek, San Francisco Chronicle and others.
Poland isn't exactly a beach destination. Least of all, in the winter.
In the middle of a forest, where European Union ends and Belarus begins, there is a village called Bialowieza.
For me, the most romantic way to get married was to elope.
Warsaw, Poland: This hidden gem is so dynamic, it's often referred to as the new Berlin.
My family and their city have been caught in a war they neither expected nor supported.
Divorcée is not a nice word. It's a word that tries to be as chic as a little black dress, but ends up more like a bunny suit on an aging cocktail waitress.
Solas Award Gold Winner for "Doing Good or the Kindness of Strangers"
Last New Year, I made a resolution to work less.
El Balazo Media: Two Riders, an excerpt from Sasha Vasilyuk's forthcoming memoir.
Six basic principles to
get publicity for your event business.
Straddling the crest of a sand dune, my back to the Atlantic Ocean, I watched...
Since then, Moscow and St. Petersburg have become pricey, globalized megalopolises with sushi bars, hookah parlors and pizzerias that play to locals' thirst for all things foreign.
On a chilly Tuesday night, nothing but the sleepy hum of the highway disturbed the silence of an Emeryville street. But inside a giant warehouse behind the railroad tracks, it was another story. Dozen...
Yet behind this facade live most of Moscow's 10.5 million inhabitants -- the IKEA-shopping, subway-traveling middle-class residents who like indie theaters and smoky, underground cafes.
As a proud me...