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Valedictorian Sofia Hryhorasz (13) and Principal Anna Cirilli (45) of St. Nicholas Cathedral School recount to Lida (51) what it was like to go remote on Friday the 13th of March and emerge for in person learning in August of...
Katya (46) explains to Lida (51) how she became the collector, evaluator and disseminator of information within and far beyond her Ukrainian Village community and suburban household
Adriana (25) uses fiction, autobiography and political commentary to explain to Lida (51) how she sees beyond Ukrainian Village
Marion (66) explains to Lida (51) how the Ukrainian Village community of Chicago shaped him when he moved to the US from Brazil, and how he works to build up community for his family and others
Lida (49) interviews her husband James (46) about going full "Ukie" by adopting her Ukrainian culture as a Filipino-American from Los Angeles
Cousins Marta (62) and Lida (51) strain their memories trying to recreate their grandmother Baba Tanya's bedtime stories, whether in Ukrainian or in English translation
Lialia (77) demonstrates to Lida (51) how her parents' example --not only of community service but appreciation of beauty-- is expressed in the many artworks she has woven, painted, photographed and printed during her life as a Ukrainian Villager
Katya Mischenko (46) has a conversation with fellow Ukrainian community member Lida Nedilsky (51) about Ukrainian culture and roots, and how their community has navigated the ongoing pandemic.
Lida (51) asks Oryna (56) to describe the Ukrainian National Museum’s last two galas, one virtual under COVID lockdown and the other in person at Round Lake marking the summer solstice
Businesswoman Oksana (63), behind It's Oksana design studio, instructs Lida (51) in the appreciation of flax fiber, linen fabric and embroidered rushnyky essential for good living and a healthy planet
Lida Nedilsky (51) interviews friend and mentor Mario Kolody (66) about his memories growing up in Ukrainian Village in Chicago, his love for soccer, and how he helped establish the first soccer team at Lane Tech High School.
Together, Motria (69) and Adrienne (59) tell Lida (51) the origin story of the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art, its development as a political statement, cultural fixture, and educative vehicle, as well as the teamwork needed to emerge after COVID
Orest (28) --whose name comes from Greek mythology and carries the weight of others' stories-- tells Lida (51) of his journey to Ukrainian Village and the adventures that have defined his life ever since
Judith (62) tells Lida (51) what it means to be a Ukrainian Villager without being Ukrainian after 30 years on Thomas Street
Mykola (84) reflects on the lessons in citizenship and voluntarism he learned in coming to settle in Chicago, all for Lida’s (51) benefit
Myron (57) talks to Lida (51) about his doctor day job and then about his passion project, owning Tryzub Restaurant in Ukrainian Village