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Leipzig Events: Great things to do this week starting TONIGHT!

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it’s still nice out and there’s still lots to do…leipzig’s just getting better and better

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Refugees Welcome: How to lend a helping hand

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READY and waiting for YOUR HELP!

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Refugees Welcome: We all have stories to tell

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The Free Thinker Association of Leipzig is a non-profit who wants to bring the work of little or unknown writers and artists to the public. They want to create a place where creativity is the goal. They are calling for stories, poems and statements in as many languages as they can get…especially Arabic…for an edition…

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Leipzig Events: An invitation from Poniatowski – come over to their street and party with them!

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Looking for a leisurely Sunday? Go celebrate the 2nd birthday of Poniatowski – Leipzig’s one and only Polish bar and restaurant – and also the 2nd Kreuztraßenfest at Leipzig East! Read Poniat’s invite, which I grabbed (and translated) from their Facebook event page: “Dear guests and neighbors, We invite you to the 2nd Kreuzstraßenfest on 06/09/2015 from…

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Leipzig Events: Tag der Sachsen 2015 in Wurzen

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For those of you feeling the Saxon inside of you, or if you want to explore more of this state’s culture right at its rear… then make your way to the festival “Day of Saxony” (Tag der Sachsen). It runs for more than one day actually: 4th to 6th September. This festival takes place in…

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From My Suitcase, Part I: “The book that broke my heart”

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No planes, no ships needed – the world cruise can be undertaken in four days, on foot, by bike, by tram to the Leipzig Book Fair.

“Last Sunday I bought an old, flea market suitcase so that I could put in it disheveled piles of books conspiring to build up yet another wall next to my bed. (…)Now, a week later, I am quite certain that these books just had to be locked up! (…)safely locked up, they cannot haunt me as when they were at large. The idea is: I will set them briefly free for review purposes and then lock them up again. (…)Let me start with the book that broke my heart.”

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