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1. Cracking the QR Code

In Moscow, a pair of legs with hot red stilettos on one end and a plush purple QR code at the other flounced down a Moscow street and into a restaurant.

Tags: bars, cafe, restaurants, city life, Moscow, covid 19, COVID, coronavirus, qr code
2. "Map of Resistance" in St. Petersburg

“Not working at all is death… The authorities chose a blow worse than a lockdown. Any sane person understands that the coronavirus is terrible. But this does not mean that the coronavirus should kill an industry to the point that it cannot be restored in any way.”

- Alexander Konovalov, organizer of the “Map of Resistance,” a group of bars and restaurants in St. Petersburg that plan to defy new coronavirus restrictions calling to close all bars and restaurants from December 30 through January 3
Tags: bars, restaurants, st. petersburg
3. Help for Grooms, Swimmers are Doomed, and a Prisoner's Rooms

This week we have grants for bride-stealing, anthropomorphic cakes, prisoners (and guards) walking on glass, and important advice for your next trip to Chelyabinsk.

 

Tags: bars, Chelyabinsk, prison, law, food, chechnya, environment, health
4. Piter's People – Nikita Filippov

Nikita was trained as a philologist, but gave it all up to co-found a craft brewery.

Tags: travel tips, bars, st. petersburg
5. Piter's People - Ekaterina Khozatskaya

Ekaterina is an artist who is constantly sketching in St. Petersburg bars. Her hobby led to the creation of the Instagram blog “Between the Bars,” where she captures the city's bohemian atmosphere.

Tags: admiralteysky, kolomna, travel, bars, st. petersburg

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