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1. The Fast and the Broomiest

A bus driver in Kaliningrad has become internet-famous after video surfaced of them changing gears with what looks like a mop.

Tags: Internet, travel, Kaliningrad, transport
2. A thirst for travel... and kefir

Leo started traveling as a young man. Upon emigrating, he traveled around the world twice, and has been to 120 countries. At 84, he yearns for more.

Tags: kefir, russia, travel, around the world, ussr
By Anna Kharzeeva
3. Soviet Disneyland: Exploring VDNKh

One of our favorite spots in Moscow is a surreal blend of theme park, museum, and Stalinist kitsch.

Tags: soviet union, architecture, stalin, Moscow, travel
4. Best Film on Russia this Year

It is just over six minutes long, but "In Russia" is the finest film on Russia we have seen all year. It will have you itching for travel again.

Tags: travel, marketing, film
5. Corruption, Crimea, and Coronavirus

This week, Spotify comes to Russia, Crimea is a hot tourist destination (like always), and three cases of corruption: one big, one small, and one straight out of a spy movie.

Tags: sakhalin, Far East, music, Internet, Victory Day, belarus, corruption, health, travel
6. Pirates, Pooches, and Another Putin

This week, drivers' licenses get a much-overdue update, utility bills make headlines, and we learn that pirates abound in Russia. 

Tags: science, space, politics, putin, Internet, animals, travel, transport
7. Exploring Medieval Russia in Veliky Novgorod

“The Birthplace of Russia” might be a little off the beaten path, but it houses plenty of surprises for the enthusiastic history buff.

Tags: medieval, travel, Veliky Novgorod, alexander nevsky, russian history
8. April Fooling Around... And Not

There will surely be some great April Fools' news items this week. These, however, are some that we wish were jokes.

Tags: animals, dagestan, Siberia, music, health, travel, transport
9. Piter's People – Darya Aleksandrova

Few Russians know who Julia Child is. Yet Darya still chose to name her restaurant after the iconic American chef.

Tags: women, travel, restaurants, food, urban, st. petersburg
10. Cheerleaders, Croquet, and Persistent Coronavirus

In this week's Odder News, cheerleaders and lawmakers band together, croquet culture spreads to Russia, and youthful exuberance leads to a joyride.

Tags: politics, health, children, travel, transport

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