“She cleaned out an empty closet; decked it out with scissors, markers, paintbrushes, paint; and told me to go to my little studio. My mom really championed the creative part of me from a very young age.” -Mia Carameros Read the full article here: https://t.co/YwhrlMzzSg https://t.co/IXKtVHgtCv
The vodka shots are plentiful at the Russian House, a nostalgic downtown spot that harkens back to the days of the USSR. Serving traditional Eastern European cuisine, the restaurant offers the expected bowls of borsch, along with authentic plates of shashlik (kebabs) and pirozhki.
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