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1. Tis the Season for Pickled Ferns and Ice Cream

Fish aren’t food, ice cream is medicine, ferns are pickles

Tags: fishing, fish, milk, Halloween, children, elderly, work, study, pickle, health, ice cream
2. Homecoming to Mother Russia

Russian women: give birth in Syrian prisons, drive metro trains, make news (and borsch), and welcome children home from the dead.

Tags: media, metro, graffiti, Moscow, prison, children, taiga, mushrooms, bureaucracy, hockey, putin, elections, Ukraine
3. Cosmic Robots, Cosmonaut Rituals, and Classrooms Resplendent

There are two kinds of fast learners: robots and schoolchildren. Meanwhile, an odd cosmonaut tradition comes under siege.

Tags: orphans, children, cat, traditions, cosmonauts, robots, robot, school
By Tiffany Zhu
4. Scout's Honor

Scouting has had a long and complicated history in Russia. And, not surprisingly, it gets a bit political.

Tags: scouts, children
5. Summer Fun for All Faiths and All Ages

Presidents eating ice cream, kids reporting toy theft to police… summer is almost over, thank Allah. 

Tags: gagarin, elderly, cars, children, police, putin, erdogan, turkey, islam, chechnya, Orthodox Church, airlines
6. A Race With a Heart (of a Dog)

Every year, people from all over the world convene in a small snowy town in northern Russia for the friendliest and fluffiest of sports events – started by an Orthodox nun in a wheelchair who had an idea... and a dog.

Tags: children, North, dogs, sport
7. Wailing for Freedom

What would the world be like without a wee boy, women, or whales in the wild? Definitely worse.

Tags: dacha, maslenitsa, environment, sexism, children, animals
8. The Abandoned

A family of animal defenders gets burned out of their home. All they want is to return, to help more animals.

Tags: pioneers, children
9. Revolution for Tiny Tots

“It was a lot of fun during the Rivolushun. And I won’t never forget the Russian Rivolushun.” In which we look at the 1917 revolution through the eyes of schoolchildren at the time.

Tags: revolution, children, 1917
By Evgeny Lukyanov

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