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Brought to Russia in the seventeenth century, eggplant caviar became wildly popular after a Soviet comedy movie. A Russian blogger shares her story.
Get out your aluminum foil hats, folks. It seems the Soviets got ESP down decades ago.
Which Russian tsars, stars, and commissars sported the most macho mustaches, grimy goatees, and bombastic beards? Let's make a listicle!
This issue of Russian Life is issue number 600. Given this milestone, I would like to give a shout out to some of our unsung heroes.
This week, politicians are caught red-handed; surrogate motherhood and gambling are (apparently) the same; and Putin isn't as hip with the youth as you'd think.
A Russian non-profit prepares to open a mock prison camp as a place to make fun memories with your family.
Unexpected nude photos of Nicholas II appeared online last week, causing quite a stir, despite being more than a century old.
On this, the 300th anniversary of one of literature’s most famous fabulists, we look back at some of Russia’s greatest liars and taletellers.
Slavic folklore sports a spooky old crone that just might give you a costume idea this Halloween.
A baseball dating back to the 12th century has been unearthed in one of Russia's oldest cities.
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