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This week Russians hit the streets, waterways, and air for all sorts of occasions.
Artist Sasha Sokolova has undertaken a personal, artistic and cultural project to document the daily life of Russia’s remaining war veterans.
Featuring “poisonous” cooking oil, the finest pothole you’ve ever seen, and paper planes of protest.
Learn about the animal spies among us, get tips on how to survive nuclear war, and watch a world record get broken.
Stories about chocolate and fish: not an appetizing pairing, but a good selection for this week’s TWERF.
In honor of April Fool’s Day, we present you with jokes, mishaps, and fun times all around.
Grudinin shaves the ‘stache, the other election results are in, and New Zealand struggles to offend Russia.
We mapped all the US cities paired with a Russian city, and to our surprise, the map looks like Putin's profile.
TWERF takes on the political this week, bringing you news of the election and the weird things that accompanied it.
Here's a suggestion for improving your Russian: watch Russian TV. But which TV? Here's a suggestion...
Putin has again been elected president. This post was originally written/aired in November 2007. Apparently, it still seems relevant.
World Cup picks, elections, and fraudulent activity all point to the same lesson this week: make your choices wisely.