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“If you had a fight with your wife, then you should ask for forgiveness like this: 'Darling, please forgive me for asking you to marry me….' There is a real chance that suddenly your wife will smile and forgive you. True, wives are unpredictable in their grievances—you can die from violence.”
In which a runaway pair of labradors prove that puppy love is real.
“…there was no direct violation of the law. Yes, individual people went out with flashlights. Fine. Maybe someone was in love. There was someone, maybe, who was protesting something. Someone was there just for company, not understanding the need to light a flashlight. But most importantly, they didn’t break the law. And so everything was calm.”
– Dmitriy Peskov spreading the love to Moscow activists on Valentine’s Day 2021.
In which we review Him & Her, Daria Geller’s marvelous, heartbreaking, new short film, inspired by Chekhov’s “Он и Она” (properly, “He and She”). A perfect film to enjoy for Valentine's Day.
Two young Russians fall in love in the midst of a Coronavirus quarantine.
Russia’s latest power couple, from Kaliningrad, is headed to the semifinals of the Leaders of Russia contest.
Over half of respondents on a recent Russian survey indicated that they aren’t opposed to office romances.
How do you win over the village beauty who has a thing for animals? Kolya is determined to find out.
Readers send us their stories of interesting train journeys and interactions.
In this issue’s Uchites, we look at a popular song by the poet Bulat Okudzhava and the composer Isaac Schwartz. It is about love and separation.
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