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Pub quiz fever with Tom at Noels Ballroom

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Noels Ballroom in Südvorstadt, Leipzig, where the pub quiz is, in English. (Photo: Kapuczino)

Prepare for doing possibly quite a bit of drinking, socializing with your teammates and, of course, exercising your brain in Südvorstadt. The rewards are well worth it.

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Podcast: inspiration for your lazy Sunday

in Culture / Entertainment/Politics/What's on by

Tokyo, Berlin, London and Paris are all jumping on the Klassik Underground bandwagon. Read and listen in to learn more about the event’s success story and how you can catch it, this very Sunday evening, at Leipzig’s Moritzbastei.

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A Mexican Christmas to help ‘quake victims

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A Mexican resident of Leipzig is throwing a typical party, a posada, on 16 December to benefit the victims of the Sept earthquakes that devastated Oaxaca. (Public domain photo)

How about breaking piñatas and drinking punch in Leipzig for a good cause on 16 December?

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Meet us at our Cocktail Holiday Party

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Baileo bar during an evening event. Our Cocktail Holiday Party will take place there. (Photo: Adam Markowski)

With a cocktail in our hand and the holidays on our minds (in a good way), we’ll be waiting to welcome you on Friday, 15 December, with our friends at Baileo.

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Tomorrow you’ll be a criminal, claims movie

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The movie "Pre-Crime" does not present a dystopian vision of the future of policing, but a timely reveal. It is already happening now in 2017. (Photo: public domain)

The Stasi did not disappear when the Berlin Wall came down in 1989. They just migrated into that shiny little device in our pocket. #Pre-Crime

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Documentary: I was a DOK virgin

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DOK Festival Director Pasanen said, “We have no more physical walls in our immediate surroundings, but the idealogical walls of many are increasingly noticeable.”

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