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#MoviesOmU: English language and other non-dubbed version showings in Leipzig, May 14-20

in Arts/Culture / Entertainment

Here’s our regular Wednesday listing of movies being shown in English and other original languages (with labels such as OmU, OF and OV) at Leipzig cinemas for the next seven days. Although not dubbed, they usually come with German subtitles, so you can still access the movie if you don’t know the original language but know some German. If this warm weather has brought you into some sort of Latin vibe (I know I’m feeling it), or if you want to enter such a vibe (I know I often do), you might want to check out the mini-festival TangoTage Leipzig, with related concerts, at the Schaubühne Lindenfels cinema this movie week.

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Another Leipzig: New Leipzig, North Dakota

in Leipzig/Travel
We virtually travel to tiny New Leipzig, North Dakota. https://leipglo.com
New Leipzig, ND, main street. Photo from newleipzig.com.

Old links to our Leipzig on the other side of the world. But oh the beer…

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Leipzig Events: Meet three of our columnists at Sofa Stories, May 15

in Arts/Philosophies
Poetry and prose

What are you doing this Friday, May 15? Will you be in Leipzig? If you feel up to it, come ’round to Uptown Coffee Bar, Riemannstr. 44 (by Flowerpower off Karl Liebknecht Str.), at 5 p.m. Two of my fellow columnists – Stewart Tunnicliff (#MoviesAndTV) and Christijan Robert Broerse (#Literature) – and I will be reading stories and poetry there. The main thread is a special place in each of our respective lives that’s been left but not left behind, because it’s still very present in our minds and creative musings.

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#WeeklyHaiku: “Haven”

in Arts/Philosophies
Public domain image

Room to hear my thoughts
A cup of joe to warm me
Chat with a good book

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Rejection’s ramifications

in Dating/Poetry
Rejection is rejection. Photo credit: Emilien ETIENNE via VisualHunt.com / CC BY

In rejection, we not only feel hurt but it seems more than that.

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