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October 2016

Día de Muertos: a Mexican tradition

in History/Philosophies
día de muertos

Día de Muertos dates back to pre-Hispanic Mexico.

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The art of doing (almost) nothing at Eckernförde

in Lifestyle/Travel
Mermaid of Eckernforde. Photo: Maximilian Georg
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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DOK Preview: 5 countries, 5 powerful women

in Movies/Reviews/Society

This is probably the closest we’ll ever get to these people’s daily lives.

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Seraleez’s Christine Seraphin: life’s good

in Concerts/Music

I sing all the time. All the time. You can ask my friends. It doesn’t matter what I am doing or where I am.

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Danish writer muses on Leipzig, press freedom

in Leipzig/Society
Aspiring Danish journalist Mads Haahr visited Leipzig for the first time to attend the ECPMF press freedom conference in October 2016. Photo: ECPMF/Lamm
Aspiring Danish journalist Mads Haahr visited Leipzig for the first time to attend the ECPMF press freedom conference in October 2016. Photo: ECPMF/Lamm

Despite a certain initial skepticism, the city left me with more impressions to write home about than merely the matter of resin and Red Bull money.

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