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This week arts and crafts flourish under quarantine; a heatwave hits an unlikely place, and coronavirus fashion hits a new high (or low?).
A Siberian village names a well after a Soviet hero.
A Russian city's redesigned seal sports an anatomical typo.
The nuclear research city of Sarov has been closed to outsiders since the 1940s. What is it like to live in a city with no future of opening up?
This week: Russian telecomms habits shift, a St. Petersburg entrepreneur gets crafty, and being stuck at home means more alcohol intake.
“People here usually say to me: you are different than we thought and from the way American people are shown on TV. And I am happy.”
– Sean Quirk, an American who has been living in Tuva, Siberia for almost 20 years, and knowns the Tuvan language better than Russian
This week inventiveness takes on coronavirus, men need red meat, and Victory Day is the pandemic's latest casualty.
Nothing is sacred when it comes to fighting coronavirus. Not even vodka.
There will surely be some great April Fools' news items this week. These, however, are some that we wish were jokes.
Everyone's favorite yearly tundra jubilee has been postponed, perhaps until April.
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