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“Don’t give Legida more attention than it deserves”

in Community/Politics

Another enlightening interview from our glocal politics and history writer: “Legida’s presence is a reminder that the image of Leipzig as Germany’s hipster capital is utterly incomplete… The city’s Head of Unit for Migration and Integration, Stojan Gugutschkow… shared some interesting insights [on Legida, xenophobia and related matters] and finished off with a message for Leipzig’s English-speaking community.”

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Zombies, Safi, art noise in Leipzig

in Leipzig/Music

Our glocal live music columnist shares with us the unique adventure she had playing a rioting zombie in a music video for the noise rock band Safi, whose recently released second album, Janus, she calls “as two-faced as the Roman god who served as eponymist.”

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Two cities, one love

in Arts/Leipzig
Tale of two cities Facebook event cover photo

Touched by the story of a Mexican student she met at the Berlin Wall, a Chinese student in Leipzig decided to launch a project asking people to submit photos of Leipzig and other cities to be displayed side by side; the resulting exhibit, a melange of contrasts, conflict and peace from around the world, will debut at Uni Leipzig July 6th and run until the 12th.

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Special: 5 tips for effectively managing your blog

in Leipzig on the web
Digitally displayed artwork by Stewart Tunnicliff.

Our glocal MoviesAndTV columnist doubles as a web site developer and host using the Wordpress platform, is currently revamping his site, and wanted to share with our readers who may have or want to start their own site/blog some of what he’s learned along the way.

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Leipzig Events: Helping save the beloved Kohlgarten Cafe this Saturday

in Community
HELMUT! Cafe, formerly Kohlgarten Cafe. Photo provided by M. West-Davies.

A group of 30 people have all pitched in to save the Kohlgarten Cafe (Kohlgartenstr. 51), now called HELMUT!. They plan to organise various activities, including film nights, specialty lunches, exhibitions and parties. They are throwing a soli party Saturday around 11:30 p.m. at Feinkost (Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 36). Bring your dancing shoes and donations.

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Sachsen’s ugly side

in Community/Politics
Neo-nationalist protests in Freital, LVZ-Online

Leipzig is not just cool alternative events and venues and beautiful parks and lakes and not just a sense of community and solidarity, either; unfortunately, as our political columnist explores today, the problem of xenophobia in Leipzig and its region, perhaps most infamously in Dresden, has been tainting the news for a while, long before Pegida and Legida came along.

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