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1. Attack of the Radioactive Berries

A batch of cherniki was found to contain high levels of dangerous radiation.

Tags: science, Moscow, safety, nuclear, health, food
2. 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
3. A Historic Drinking Development

A new report finds that, for the first time, Russians are drinking more coffee than tea.

Tags: food, economy, coffee, tea
4. Coliving, Bill Gates, and Grechka

This week we explore Soviet throwbacks, social media trends, and coronavirus fugitives.

Tags: social media, history, church, food, coronavirus
5. Just What the Doctor Ordered

What to drink in quarantine? Fortunately, a Russian expert has the answers.

Tags: food, coronavirus, health
6. Piter's People – Darya Aleksandrova

Few Russians know who Julia Child is. Yet Darya still chose to name her restaurant after the iconic American chef.

Tags: women, travel, restaurants, food, urban, st. petersburg
7. Cooking with Nettle

Ah, spring, when nature wakes from its winter slumber, and the farmers markets come alive with fresh greens like spinach, sorrel, and green onions.

Tags: spring, food, soup
8. Odder News for the Young'uns

In this week's G-rated Odder News: Kid-friendly World War II history, kid-friendly educational TV, and kid-friendly swearing lessons.

Tags: history, film, animation, food, science, world war ii, russian history
9. Russian Bears, Language, and Tomato Paste

Bear with us: this week's Odder News lacks a theme. Instead, we have tomato paste, emotion workshops, and Russian pandas.

Tags: work, russian government, putin, food, animals
10. A Dish for All Seasons

January 7 is Russian Orthodox Christmas, which calls for a Christmas dish. But the chosen one, kutya, is much more than a winter holiday treat.

Tags: food, holidays, christmas

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