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As residents of Arhangelsk were unable to use the tap, one city worker made the best of a bad situation.
Grab your glowsticks: the Moscow region city of Khimki is lit! And unlit... and then lit again.
The hoopla surrounding a new monument at a controversial location in central Moscow highlights the importance of history for Russia – and ourselves.
One person’s problem becomes another person’s easel. An artist takes on his city’s sidewalk problems with a bit of porcelain creativity. One person can make a difference.
When the Russian city of Salekhard tried to upgrade its pedestrian crosswalks, crisscrossed chaos ensued.
If you build it, they will come. Well, they would, if they weren't all practicing social distancing.
A St. Petersburg municipal politician has resigned after the discovery of an underground casino in his apartment.
In the latest of many "active animal" stories, we learn of a pigeon home invasion.
Desperate times, and the need to create a festive atmosphere, call for desperate measures.
An interview with St. Petersburg photographer Viktor Mogilat, about his thought provoking art.
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