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Why I dislike the Christmas Market

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Voice, lyrics, production and article by Ana Beatriz Ribeiro. (The views in this post do not necessarily reflect the views of The Leipzig Glocal. Just its grumpy editor.)

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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

in My Leipzig/What's on by
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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O Christmas tree: How lovely are thy branches

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If you were in city centre this weekend, you may have noticed that the Christmas tree (Tannenbaum) is up. What you probably don’t know is what was involved in getting it there.

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I’m dreaming of a Deutsch Christmas

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America may have made Christmas a fest of consumerism and flashy decorations, but we can surely attribute some of the most enjoyable Christmas traditions to Germany. http://leipglo.com

America may have made Christmas a fest of consumerism and flashy decorations, but we can surely attribute some of the most enjoyable Christmas traditions to Germany.

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The jolly season starts now – let’s light it up

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Excess is highly frowned upon, but I just can’t help it – somehow I love a Christmas Light Fight!

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