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Reformation: true story or creation myth?

in History
Luther statue at Our Lady Church in Dresden. (Photo: public domain)
Luther statue at Our Lady Church in Dresden. (Photo: public domain)

As we rejoice over not having to go to work and put on our Halloween costumes, we’re also asked to remember a little something a famous local guy named Martin Luther did 500 years ago. But what we’re commemorating may not have taken place quite as promoted over the past centuries.

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Federal Elections 2017: party roll call

in Politics
Test your German party knowledge and/or learn something new: Where do the political parties come from, what do they stand for, how many votes can they win? (Photo: public domain)
Test your German party knowledge and/or learn something new: Where do the political parties come from, what do they stand for, h (ow many votes can they win? (Photo: public domain)

In total, no fewer than 42 parties are running for the Bundestag. How many of them have you heard of?

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Federal Elections 2017: the rundown

in Politics
Everything you wanted to know about the German Federal Elections but were afraid to ask. (https://leipglo.com)
Everything you wanted to know about the German Federal Elections but were afraid to ask. (https://leipglo.com)

How does Germany’s political system work? How important are political parties in the election?

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Today – is it all we really have?

in Philosophies

Had Death been roaming our city that night in search of a casual victim?

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On bad bread and “neoliberalism”

in Opinion/Society

A “neoliberalism” that is neither new nor liberal? A reply to Harald Köpping.

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Keep calm and look up the Queen on Wikipedia

in Culture / Entertainment/Philosophies
The Queen’s portrait in the backstage area of Moritzbastei, Leipzig. Photo: Maximilian Georg
The Queen’s portrait in the backstage area of Moritzbastei, Leipzig. Photo: Maximilian Georg

Everything you wanted to know about the Queen of England, the world’s oldest historical people, and politicians’ candy drawers but were afraid to ask.

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