Brooklyn Escape Room has been credited by “Thrillist” with having one of the best escape rooms in NYC. They originally went by the name of Claustrophobia, being that they are a franchise of the Russian owned ‘Claustrophobia’ escape room company. The Claustrophobia brand was founded in Moscow in 2013 by Bogdan Kravtsov and his friends. In an interview with Catherine Bulgarina, Bogdan Kravtsov opens up about the background, launching, and evolution of Claustrophobia.
This week we will be examining Komnata Quest, a Russian-owned escape room company that has been named #1 by USA Today’s 10 Best Readers Choice Awards for escape rooms. Komnata was founded in Russia by Artem Kramin and Oksana Vasis in 2014. In an interview with Josiah Motley, Artem Kramin shares about the founding and growth of Komnata. In 2014, Artem went with his friends to an escape room and had an incredible experience.
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Lag Ba'omer, the 33rd day of the Omer, is quite an exceptional holiday on the Jewish calendar. The Jewish world comes together to celebrate two main themes; the end of the plague killing Rabbi Akiva’s 24,000 students, and the passing of Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai. Rabbi Akiva’s 24,000 students were all great Tzaddikim, righteous individuals, yet passed away because they did not show enough respect for one another relative to their high spiritual stature. Tzaddik Tzaddik is someo
Escape rooms took off with a boom not too many years ago and are still rising in popularity, with many escape rooms continuing to pop up all around the world. They are a very in-demand entertainment option, and it is easy to see why. People get to be active participants, experiencing an adrenaline rush from a thrilling and mentally engaging game. There is even the possibility of being the hero when escaping from these rooms, with a large variety of themes to choose from. With