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euro-scene: Excavating Oskar Schlemmer

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“For someone like me, an artist who studied interior design and uses movement as one of her mediums, to see The Triadic Ballet come to life was truly a treasure. It was something I never thought I’d experience. “

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Facing the “dark side” to help other journalists in Europe

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Who would have thought that journalists could be thrown into jail on a daily basis on this continent, just for doing their job? The ECPMF can tell you more. (Photo: public domain)

Many journalists equate a career move into PR with going to the “dark side,” for its aspect of “promotion” rather than “news.” But what if it’s done precisely to help journalists under threat in Europe – which has become the real “dark side?” Journalist Sophie Albers Ben Chamo gives us insights as she prepares for her first conference in her new job in Leipzig, as press officer for ECPMF.

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Manchester: grief, grit and greatness

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The city that’s given us music greats once gave me great comfort, and is also an example of resilience.

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Elections in Europe: wrapping up seismic year

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Italy and Austria's elections once more exposed the sharp divisions in Europe. Opinion piece at http://leipglo.com

While politicians continue to play political games, Europeans will continue to express their disenchantment with the establishment.

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The art of doing (almost) nothing at Eckernförde

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Mermaid of Eckernforde. Photo: Maximilian Georg

Eckernförde on the Baltic Sea was pleasantly idyllic, as much as an urban spot can be.

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The renaissance of space exploration

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This is an unprecedented moment in human history: The discovery of life on another world is likely to occur within our lifetime.

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