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Issue #6 Cover

This is the cover of The eXile Issue #6, published in April 1997.

Apr 24, 1997 | Leave Comment

By Edward Limonov
Limonov Files: The Best Form of Word is Action

Few weeks ago, one of my party comrades brought me a present, a few military pennants. I hang them here and there in my apartment. One, with a sword, clenched fist, words “detachment of special task force” and slogan “The…

Apr 24, 1997 | Leave Comment

By Matt Taibbi
Feature Story: The TsSR:  Moscow's Secret Prison

It’s happened to all of us at least once; out late at night, drunk, carrying a hundred bucks or so, and suddenly stopped by a couple of hulking cops and asked for documents. You don’t have them with you, so…

Apr 24, 1997 | Comments (1)

By eXile Staff
Knock-Knock! The eXile Saves the Moscow Tribune

Two Fridays ago, The staff of the eXile was shocked by the appearance of the Moscow Tribune‘s “Time Out” nightlife section-a new club listings page which included snappy, no-holds-barred descriptions of bars and clubs making liberal use of such phrases…

Apr 17, 1997 | Leave Comment

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By Team eXile
Death Porn: Give Blood-Play Hockey

Hockey is a tough sport; on the ice, Russians are said to play more of a finesse game than the Canadians, but off it, they seem to be a few Maple Leafs up on the competition. Soon Russian hockey officials…

Apr 17, 1997 | Leave Comment

By Mark Ames
Moscow Babylon: Decadence is Boring

There’s been an ever-growing competition, particularly among Moscow’s male expats and the women who keep company with them, to prove their decadent credentials. Each carries with them their CV of perversions and drug binges, and brags about their decadent ways…

Apr 17, 1997 | Comments (2)

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Issue #5 Cover

This is the cover of The eXile Issue #5, published in April 1997.

Apr 10, 1997 | Leave Comment