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1. Fish Fights, Freight Trains, and Feminist Propaganda

This week, mammoths are ripe for the picking; fishy business practices turn violent; and a TV show is labelled a bad influence on Russian families.

Tags: feminism, transport, train, alcohol, wooly mammoth, food, cars, religion, television, lgbt, Siberia
2. Lighten Up, Russia

Experts report that Russian drinking habits over the last couple of months have gotten a bit lighter.

Tags: economy, statistics, beer, wine, vodka, alcohol
3. Soccer, Victory Day, and Virtual Culture

This week: soccer games return, cultural events go online, and an 11-year-old girl makes us all look like pansies.

Tags: sports, culture, health, Victory Day, alcohol, coronavirus
4. Like a Drive-Thru, But Not

A Russian man has been arrested for selling alcohol out of his apartment window.

Tags: police, coronavirus, law, alcohol
5. Snow Shovels, Hangovers, and Historical Revisions

This week: Russian telecomms habits shift, a St. Petersburg entrepreneur gets crafty, and being stuck at home means more alcohol intake.

Tags: crime, alcohol, business, putin, world war ii, history, Siberia, health
6. Pros and Cons of a Global Pandemic

This week we explore the upsides and downsides of self-isolation, strange new laws, and virus testing.

Tags: Chernobyl, alcohol, humor, science, Internet, health, coronavirus
7. No Booze for You

Nothing is sacred when it comes to fighting coronavirus. Not even vodka.

Tags: yakutsk, government, alcohol, Siberia, health
8. An Upside to Warm Winters

Russian alcohol deaths are down, thanks to a mild January.

Tags: society, alcohol, health, weather, vodka
9. "Yo" is for Yolka

Pie not in the sky, vampires against anti-vaxxers, cooks for cats… not to mention self-improvement in advance of the New Year

Tags: cat, health, pilot, putin, vampires, recycling, tourism, school, Moscow, alcohol, trees, New Year, holidays, russian language
10. To and From Russia with Love

Russians send the Night’s Watch to New Jersey and bottles to Brazil; they welcome a Swedish girl to speak and immigrants to share their imya (name). 
 

Tags: cat, putin, alcohol, global warming

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