“They sold a wide variety of wares, while sharing a theme of craftiness and sustainability rather than mass production. From shoeshine to moonshine, fruity pestos to hand-decorated faux-eggs, coco-charcoal to recycled denim bags, gritty T-shirt art to luscious deli blocks and cuts.”
Part 5 of our German series on local-based artists: “Sie hÃ¤utet den Moment, sie seziert ihn, damit er vor unseren Augen von einer blauen Stunde auf Leinwand hin zu einem Fluss, einem Meer ausflieÃŸen kann, das Seele heiÃŸen mag. Hier geht sie vor Anker und entdeckt die HÃ¤ute fremder HÃ¤fen.”
“The best tourism year in [Leipzig’s] history” heralds the end of an era for NikolaistraÃŸe 57.
“With the increasing demand for housing in big cities dictating property prices, and less space available for adequate housing, communal housing cooperatives offer a viable alternative to many families, as well as young or older people who canâ€™t afford to – or choose not to – live alone.”
We continue our series of Q&A’s highlighting female entrepreneurs. Today’s interview is with Carola Antonia Stock, co-founder of the local company Smicies, which aims to change the way we snack.
“We hear about unrealized dreams, development, inequality, immigrants, social benefits, Nazis – in bundles delivered from the border between East and West Germany, through the mouths of foreigners who wanted to intimately know what random Germans have to say, and absorb different sides of the spectrum of Germans’ perceptions, society and culture.” Mund StÃ¼ck @ the Residenz