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"Dear residents! My deepest apologies. I confess I went too far with the alcohol. I am ready to financially compensate for the damage for the toys."
"Since I am also a lawyer, I can act as an attorney for Father Christmas, and remind the plaintiff that Father Christmas fulfills wishes and gives gifts only to good girls and boys. Let him analyze his behavior and, perhaps, find something that has prevented Father Christmas from presenting him with gifts for the New Year holidays. This will be the main line of defense."
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.
A granddaughter of Father Christmas who is blonde, slim, and very kind? This year’s Snow Maiden doesn’t seem to fit the bill.
A delightful Soviet winter tale about children, a big holiday tree, and the true meaning of Christmas: communism.
A Russian tree retailer lends some tips on how to land the perfect spruce you've been pining for.
Instead of reveling in the bright lights of a Moscow Christmas celebration, Putin decided to take in the holiday at a small church in a small town.
A popular New Year’s dish in Russia, Herring under a Fur Coat is a bit baffling.
A town on the Turkish coast preserves the memory of one of Russia’s most venerated saints.
For a few Muscovites, Christmas came early, in the form of free Metro rides.
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