About Margarita Korol

Margarita Korol is Jewcy's art director. She is also art director at Vol. 1 Brooklyn and contributing editor at Los Angeles' printed art magazine Bluecanvas. She also manages social media for Random House/ Schocken partner Nextbook and Bambi Shlomovich. Her upcoming exhibit at the group ArtOnBrighton show at the New York Aquarium on Brighton Beach will feature her propaganda on October 1 and 2. See what she's up to at margaritakorol.com @urbanpopartist | www.margaritakorol.com

How KGB Bar, Formerly a Prohibition-Era Speakeasy, Got Its Subversive Name

By November 15, 2012

Talking to the East Village bar owner about his new Soviet-themed musical and the building’s history Read More

Mike Edison Talks Sex, Politics, and the 2012 Presidential Election

By October 22, 2012

The 2011 Big Jewcy takes on scandalous politicians in his latest book, ‘Bye Bye, Miss American Pie’ Read More

Party Like a Post-Soviet: How Owning Your Roots Enhances the Party Now

By August 31, 2012

On September 8, Brighton Beach celebrates the new crop of post-Soviet Jews, who are are anything but doe-eyed FOBs Read More

Moscow to Manhattan: Young Russian Jews Take Over 92YTribeca

Moscow to Manhattan: Young Russian Jews Take Over 92YTribeca
By July 17, 2012

Mira Stroika and Ilya Khodosh perform in downtown NYC tonight Read More

In Tel Aviv, Stumbling Upon a Pink Line

In Tel Aviv, Stumbling Upon a Pink Line
By July 12, 2012

Finding an unexpected, mysterious art exhibition on the streets of Tel Aviv Read More

Museum of Russian Art Co-Sponsoring International Art Festival Competition

Museum of Russian Art Co-Sponsoring International Art Festival Competition
By May 18, 2012

Deadline for art submissions extended to June 15. Read More

Celebrating 130 Years of Immigrant Aid

Celebrating 130 Years of Immigrant Aid
By April 19, 2012

Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society marks anniversary with collection of personal stories from those helped by the organization Read More

The 10 Year Itch

The 10 Year Itch
By March 30, 2012

The 10th anniversary of a Russian Jewish organization highlights symbiotic potential with the wider Jewish community Read More