March 2019 - Page 2

Pilotenkueche at its best: floating rooms, slasher films

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The vernissage will give you a chance to engage with the artists and their work that raises important social, political and personal questions, product of their immersion into the PILOTENKUECHE International Art Program in Leipzig.

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Food chronicles of a Leipzig veteran

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"If you don’t want to spend your Friday evening watching Soko Leipzig, perhaps one of my insider tips for going out might tempt you away from calling Dominos."

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Exit Stage Right: ETL’s daring cacophony of farewells

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A bit of tough love for the folks at English Theatre Leipzig.

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Councilman to request enquiry into Ausländerbehörde

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Initial questions will include how many employees the Leipzig Foreigners' Authority has and processing times for applications compared to other German cities. Further research would aim to assess the public officials' level of intercultural and foreign language training.

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African Connections: destination Congo

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"There is more to DRC than the poverty and war rhetoric that is dominant in 'the West.' And Leipzig offers us a beautiful lens into the land that gave us Lumumba." @ Grassi Museum

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Rembrandt: sun in the firmament of art

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In 2019, the Netherlands honors its national treasure Rembrandt, 350 years after his death. What makes his art so great?

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