Lviv Society

Student Queens From Across the City

Issue 8, December 2008.
Lviv is a student town and one of the many inter-institutional bodies to have sprung up as a result of this plethora of higher education institutions is the Student Brotherhood

New Queen of Lviv University Crowned

Issue 8, December 2008.
Lviv’s Ivan Franko National University crowned its most beautiful student of the year in November at a glitzy gala contest entitled, ‘Queen of the University 2008.”

A Feast of Fresh Theatre

Issue 8, December 2008.
The recent international Drabyna Theatre Festival drew a rich array of young theatre talent from across the region

Raising AIDS Awareness with Fashionable Fun

Issue 8, December 2008.
Each year on December 1 the world remembers the victims of AIDS and holds events to raise awareness of the threat it poses to all of us

Sweet Arrival on the Lviv Nightlife Scene

Issue 8, December 2008.
Lviv’s club scene got sweeter in November with the opening of Chocolate Party Bar. Featuring dance zone, cocktail bar, chill out and VIP zones, the venue has also been attracting interest with a busy weekly programme of themed parties.

Triumphant homecoming for Lviv legend

Issue 8, December 2008.
Lviv designer Oksana Mukha presented her native city this November with an exquisite fashion show featuring her new collection “Dream Territory”

Bard’s Annual Lviv Date

Issue 9, January 2009.
Celebrated Slavic bard Oleksandr Malinin traditionally comes to Lviv with his new concert programme at the end of each year.

Ivano-Frankivsk Ethno-Diva Rocks Lviv

Issue 9, January 2009.
Sensational Ivano-Frankovsk singer Natalya Dzenkiv is now better known by her stage name of Lama and she has a major following among the ethno-funk faithful of Lviv

Lviv Welcomes New Year 2009!

Issue 9, January 2009.
Clubs and restaurants across the city hosted special party programmes on December 31 as Lviv residents forgot the worries of the working world and welcomed in the New Year

Ukrainian Snow Sculptors Preparing for Canada

Issue 9, January 2009.
Ukrainian artists Orest Dzyndra (Lviv), Sergiy Klapetura (Vinnitsa) and Petro Romanyk (Kyiv) will all be representing the nation at the February 1-9 Festival of Snow Sculpture in Canada’s Quebec province