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Sorry, Bulgakov – the devil didn’t come to Moscow this time, but prizes and panties did.
One hundred and twenty years ago, the first electric tram went into operation in Moscow.
Russian Orthodox Christmas has come and gone, leaving us with all sorts of holiday lunacy.
2018 is out, 2019 is in, and even with the holidays, Russian news didn’t stop.
Rocker tweens meet robots meet revelers in a very silly lead-up to Christmas week.
This week goes intergalactic with a moon colony, two jedi masters, and several unhappy taxi drivers.
Even today, 165 years after his birth, Vladimir Gilyarovsky - journalist, poet and writer of prose - is widely revered, especially among Muscovites.
If you’re here for Halloween spooks, we can’t help you: all we’ve got this week are feel-good stories!
Bloggers and twitterers this fall, in the lead-up to the mayoral elections, were effusive in their praise of Moscow living conditions. Was it real or staged?
To selfie or not to selfie? That is the question, or at least one of the questions, addressed this week.
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