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The Fighting Classic Club (Боевая классика) is an informal group of teens who love old Zhigulis. They purchase the aged (often non-functioning) cars for kopeks, restore them, souping them up in their lilliputian garages, and then improvise nighttime races and rallies through city streets, in shopping complex parking lots, or on frozen lakes just outside the city.
A carjacking museum, Soviet statues, and Hollywood letters: let's take a closer look at one of Russia's best-hidden gems, the city of Barnaul.
This week, Lada outdoes itself; emergency services fall short; and cows (and men) finally get the appreciation they're due.
This week is full of surprises: Moscow schools train future journalists; cars branch out into new materials; and vodka exports decline, which is maybe less surprising than you'd think.
Karma (and alcohol) lead a man in Sakhalin Island to have an eventful 24 hours.
Somehow, a blind man in Orenburg has been sporting a drivers' license for the last two years.
Russia's iconic domestic car has been the highest-selling automobile in the last six months.
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.
This week arts and crafts flourish under quarantine; a heatwave hits an unlikely place, and coronavirus fashion hits a new high (or low?).
In which cats prove to be dangerous creatures (as if we didn't know that).
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