Artists, activists, intellectuals and travellers have finally found a focal point for the changing face of Tbilisi's cultural scene. In the spirit of European squats, the space is a melting pot for ideas and free expression. And there's even a camel
Growing up in a post-soviet country is hard because many people behave as if time stands still. Most of my elders believe that women should not have the same rights as men, and while things may have improved a little since the 1990s, it is still very difficult to be a woman in Georgia because this is a very difficult context in which to express yourself. Opinion from a Georgian teenager
Since 2004, the Tbilisi city government has aimed to take control of the numerous unsanctioned construction projects that sprung up across Georgia's capital city after the break-up of the Soviet Union. Their efforts, however, have left many residents concerned that Tbilisi’s historic landscape is being irreversibly altered
cafebabel Tbilisi, run by @CrisLeeMaza, goes live in September 2013. If you're in Georgia, join our pan-European team!