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Poem: “The ideal bench” as metaphor

in Philosophies/Poetry
"The ideal bench." (Photo: Lito Seizani)
"The ideal bench." (Photo: Lito Seizani)

What’s your “ideal bench”?

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Will the real Canaletto please stand up?

in Arts/Travel
Giovanni Antonio Canal, known as Canaletto, was active in the 18th century. (Photo: public domain)
Giovanni Antonio Canal, known as Canaletto, was active in the 18th century. (Photo: public domain)

Trivia question: What’s the connection between two Canalettos, Venice and the town of Pirna near Dresden?

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Dresden: resisting the blows of history

in Society/Travel
Loads of history and a tale of rebuilding and regrouping in Dresden near Leipzig. (Photo: Lito Seizani)
Loads of history and a tale of rebuilding and regrouping in Dresden near Leipzig. (Photo: Lito Seizani)

Discovering the gem “next door.”

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Melbourne in the Year of the Rooster

in Glocal/Travel
Rooster in Melbourne. Photo: Lito Seizani
Rooster in Melbourne. Photo: Lito Seizani

Melbourne is a city booming with (Chinese) business, skyscrapers and sparrows.

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Leipzigers discover Gilbert and Sullivan

in Opera/Opinion/Reviews
Photo of Frederick Hobbs, James Hay and Bertha Lewis in The Pirates of Penzance by Gilbert and Sullivan, 1919. Photo: Wikimedia Commons
Photo of Frederick Hobbs, James Hay and Bertha Lewis in The Pirates of Penzance by Gilbert and Sullivan, 1919. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

The Pirates of Penzance, playing at the Musikalische Komödie of Leipzig, features superb singing and acting of a British comic opera classic in German.

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Poem: Baras’s “The Sorrows of the Dockyard”

in Poetry
Baras poetry: Here Lito Seizani, who is originally from Greece, pays homage and opens us a window into the Greek poet's characteristic work, with her translation of one of his ship-related pieces. https://leipglo.com
Old ship. Public domain photo.

Perhaps she was falling asleep in hope/Of escaping the evening boredom of the docks

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