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In this week's Odder News, Russians are not happy with their gifts, an underwater winter wedding, and cooking for President Putin.
In this week's Odder News: the weirdest New Year's show ever, the most eco-friendly person ever, and great news for Russia's orphan care system.
A little girl from Moscow just asked for a robotic toy dog, but instead, she got a rather unusual tale from one of Russia's head political leaders.
The pirog is quite capable of holding the flag as the most important dish in Russian cuisine. It is a filling, generous, and hearty meal, containing all the major food groups (vegetables, animal protein, grains, and bread) rolled up in one.
In this week's Odder News, next year will be better, St. Petersburg's mayor should move to Africa, and bunkers are hip.
A Russian tree retailer lends some tips on how to land the perfect spruce you've been pining for.
2018 is out, 2019 is in, and even with the holidays, Russian news didn’t stop.
Are you sure you know how to appease the Fire Monkey and get your New Year off to a good start? We have tips! Learn how to decorate your house, what food to serve, and what to wear to ensure good luck in 2016.
Don't be fooled: the old man with a white beard and red coat is not Santa Claus. It's Grandfather Frost! Learn how to tell the two apart with this handy list.
The New Year is Russia’s biggest holiday. But where does it come from – and why does it look so suspiciously like Western Christmas?
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