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Rolling Homes: Less is truly more

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Students at Uni Leipzig are the future, and they are concerned with how we treat the planet. We joined them for a tour to look at one interesting way of reducing our carbon footprint.

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Distillery goes silver, but never grey

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Stiil dancing 25 years later. Happy birthday Distillery! photo Stefan Leuschel

A look at Distillery’s humble beginnings and its future with Martin Driemel.

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Dunkel. Dreckig. Reudnitz. Martin.

in Leipzig tips/Lifestyle/My Leipzig
Portrait of Martin Meißner, the blogger behind Dunkel. Dreckig. Reudnitz. (Photo: Stefan Hopf)
Portrait of Martin Meißner, the blogger behind Dunkel. Dreckig. Reudnitz. (Photo: Stefan Hopf)

The 30-year-old behind one of Leipzig’s most popular online pages talks about his creation, takes us to some of his favorite local spots, and tells us why he and others are deciding to settle down in Reudnitz.

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Leipzig and Houston: through thick and thin

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We "heart" Houston sculpture. (Photo: public domain)
We "heart" Houston sculpture. (Photo: public domain)

People in Leipzig have been pitching in to help its sister city of Houston as it reels from Hurricane Harvey’s devastation, amid a partnership that has lasted over two decades.

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The day Leipzig met the Champions League

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Red Bull Arena. By Philipp - Flickr: Leipzig von oben: Zentralstadion, CC BY 2.0, Wikimedia Commons.
Red Bull Arena. By Philipp - Flickr: Leipzig von oben: Zentralstadion, CC BY 2.0, Wikimedia Commons.

“Champions League games are particularly peaceful affairs, as alcoholic beverages aren’t sold at the stadium. I didn’t tell my dad, and he drank his 0% beer in blissful ignorance.”

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Slovenian gives Leipzig a Free Walking Tour

in Leipzig tips/My Leipzig/Places to see

Why not spend a couple pleasant hours walking around our tiny metropolis and hearing endearing historical anecdotes?

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