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Silvester parties to ward off winter funk

in My Leipzig/What's on by
Here are some local Silvester parties in Leipzig you can be loud and merry at. (Photo: public domain)

So you decided to stay in Leipzig, and need a last-minute plan to celebrate New Year’s Eve? Have a look in here, if you want to keep the evil German winter spirits away.

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Dresden: resisting the blows of history

in Society/Travel by
Loads of history and a tale of rebuilding and regrouping in Dresden near Leipzig. (Photo: Lito Seizani)

Discovering the gem “next door.”

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FKK: nudism, me and eastern Germany

in Lifestyle/My Leipzig/Society by
This alternative pair lay on a stony place nearby Rewe (after their shopping) in Plagwitz (Zschochersche Str.) on 17 May, 2017. They agreed with the publication. (Photo: Stefan Hopf)

“Here too it was ‘all nude, all the time,’ and we had to pick our way to chairs through a gaggle of naked, 60ish women who reclined leafing through back issues of SuperIllu, a sort of eastern German version of People magazine specializing in former GDR celebrities and their offspring.”

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Reclaiming one’s German heritage

in Philosophies/Society by

On a personal level, I can now feel the profound healing of knowing and owning my identity, as well as not having any divisions of our homeland coming in between the sides of my family.

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I’m dreaming of a Deutsch Christmas

in Culture / Entertainment by
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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Review: “German Men Sit Down to Pee”

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“By the end of the book, which reads like an article, we learn a great deal but know so little about the men behind the prose.”

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