The kids’ own passions were ignited by inspiration in various literary and photographic genres, to form a fair, fresh, private philosophy of Leipzig oneness.
The groups British in Europe and British in Germany welcome submissions for a video campaign highlighting positive cases of free movement – and how losing this right would affect Brits.
“In England, it was just so hard to make ends meet, and I knew that it was unnecessarily hard because I could see my friends were doing so well here [in Leipzig]. They were living in these flatshare mansions, and still had so much free time to put into their music, and were actually making money from playing gigs. They were all doing what they wanted to.” – Theresa Elflein
I love to drink beer and all of the different flavours there are! Do you love it as well? If so, follow along with my exploration of Leipzig’s ancient beer treasure: Gose.
Our guest author wonders: Without outgrowing its resistance to diversity, how can Leipzig ever measure up to Berlin?
There’s only so long you can kid yourself that going to crocheting classes on Tuesday nights is what you’re all about.