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In the face of anxiety and uncertainty, sales of books about tarot cards, karma, and other esoteric, spiritual practices are skyrocketing in Russia.
The minimum price of vodka, set by Russia's Ministry of Finance, has been raised. Barely.
Sellers of souvenirs? They’re missing you, folks! But perhaps not that much.
Russia's independent press faces innumerable pressures. Former Russian Life Editor Mikhail Ivanov (1995–2003) describes how economic issues have long plagued the Russian media system.
“Today, the city bath house needs support because, due to last year's lengthy six-month shutdown associated with the coronavirus, the banya cannot pull itself out of debt."
Ever been so desperate for a vacation that you're willing to go into debt? According to a new study, more and more Russians are.
In the Soviet era, NEP had always been regarded as a strange, only vaguely understood, and not very sensible chapter in Soviet history: a pause between the heroic Civil War and the no less heroic Five-Year Plans.
RIA Novosti's annual survey, ranking each Russian region by residents' quality of life, has some not-so-surprising results.
This week, your mother turns out to be right all along; Aeroflot adapts to COVID; and the European Commission says you can get good, free movies from Russian social media.
This week is full of surprises: Moscow schools train future journalists; cars branch out into new materials; and vodka exports decline, which is maybe less surprising than you'd think.
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