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Some thoughts on George Turberville, who served as secretary in the embassy of Queen Elizabeth I to Russia’s Ivan IV, and was one of the earliest observers (and reporters) of Russian mores.
Despite the pandemic (and a bad reputation for a distinctly Russian grimace), it’s not all sad faces in Moscow at the end of 2021.
In this week's Odder News, good luck finding your bus, good luck getting your caviar order, and the cosmos is about to get boring.
In this week's Odder News, Spider-Man is on the loose, Russia loves fast food, and protect your dogs.
A thoroughly incomplete list of ways to scratch your Dostoyevsky itch ahead of his 200th birthday.
The Moscow Regional Coronavirus Headquarters are using all the available weapons at their disposal to fight the spread of COVID-19, and they've pulled out their biggest gun yet: cat memes.
In this week's Odder News, the most amazing cakes you have ever seen, Russia's Suez Canal moment, and how do 100 kids sound?
"We did not have a fox in the monastery, definitely not ours, but it’s probably someone’s pet. They write that someone [at the monastery] was scared, but the fox was the most scared of all – a hundred people chased after her with their phones; she is the main victim.”
The third annual Corgi Ball took place outside Moscow, and yes, it was just as cute as it sounds like it would be.
How has Russia changed since the last time you were there, pre-pandemic?
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