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[29 Dec 2011]

6,000 schoolchildren were treated to a fairytale performance mixed with a history lesson as the Kremlin hosted the All-Russia Fir-Tree Party... [More]

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[29 Dec 2011]

Have you asked Ukrainian ladies whether they are going out or staying in for the New Year festivities? A recent poll suggests a majority of Russians prefer to celebrate at home... [More]

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[21 Dec 2011]

While Westerners are ready to revel in the Christmas holiday this weekend, some Russian women will celebrate on December 25th and then again on January 7th... [More]

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[19 Dec 2011]

Here are five phenomenal Russian films that will make you laugh, may make you cry, and will certainly help create thoughtful conversations with your favorite Russian brides... [More]

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[12 Dec 2011]

While some honor this patron saint of Russia on December 6th, Orthodox Christians who follow the Julian calendar will honor him December 19th... [More]

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[8 Dec 2011]

On December 12, 1944, the first performance of "Russian Christmas Music" was nationally broadcast on NBC Radio. Today, it's one of the most popular and frequently performed pieces of concert band literature... [More]

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[7 Dec 2011]

Ded Moroz, also known as the Russian Santa Claus, won't be arriving at the traditional locations of the Kremlin or Manezhnaya Square this year... [More]

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[1 Dec 2011]

Are you chatting with Russian and Ukrainian women named Ekaterina, Anna, Angelina, or Marina? They have Russian Name Days this month so be sure to mark your calendars... [More]

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[8 Nov 2011]

If you've wondered why so many gorgeous Russian girls are single and searching for love online, one reason is the scarcity of Russian men... [More]

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[21 Oct 2011]

Here are a few ways Russian and Ukrainian women celebrate Halloween and how this spooky holiday is received in Eastern Europe. [More]