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Walking through the Peaceful Revolution

in Leipzig tips/My Leipzig/Society
Candles are used each year in the Peaceful Revolution celebrations in Leipzig. (Public domain photo)
Candles are used each year in the Peaceful Revolution celebrations in Leipzig. (Public domain photo)

“The Leipzig ’89 walking tour, which includes a series of informational signs [out in the city] and an accompanying app, offers an enjoyable and immersive way to learn about this special past.”

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When opera orders a beer at the bar

in Leipzig tips/Opera/What's on
Natasha and Juan, co-managers of Opera on Tap Leipzig. (Photo © Rico Molaro)
Natasha and Juan, co-managers of Opera on Tap Leipzig. (Photo © Rico Molaro)

Opera on Tap, a non-profit run by aspiring artists, has come to Leipzig to drag opera out of the house for a night on the town. The next show is 23 May at Beyerhaus.

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LeipGlo Botcast: the TEDxHHL team

in Business/Podcast/What's on

Our pilot episode is out with Louise the Light Bulb Bot as anchor, Ana as reporter, and humans from TEDxHHL as the interviewees.

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My phone and I: the pursuit of freedom

in Lifestyle/Philosophies
Reasons why you should dump your smartphone and instead choose a sturdy, less intrusive and obsession-inducing phone like a Nokia. Photo: public domain
Reasons why you should dump your smartphone and instead choose a sturdy, less intrusive and obsession-inducing phone like a Nokia. Photo: public domain

Let me take this opportunity to encourage you to make this investment for life and get rid of your smartphone.

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Glocal spotlight: Kuba the comedian

in Glocal/My Leipzig
The Polish Kuba dedicates himself to a show on Radio Blau, stand-up comedy with the Shameless troupe, and a 9-to-5 job. https://leipglo.com
Kuba performs stand-up. Photo by Daniel Louis Vezza.

Never getting into German comedy could be what nudged the Polish Kuba into English stand-up.

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A spontaneous night out in Connewitz

in Culture / Entertainment/Leipzig/Music/Party
The inside of UT Connewitz before the detektor.fm concert Saturday night. Photo by A. Ribeiro.

Listening to Roosevelt go through their set, drinking up their beats and loops and the atmosphere, I thought of hits I very much enjoy by Daft Punk, The Temper Trap and 2000s Depeche Mode, and also specifically the Alex Adair remix of Jessie Ware’s “Say You Love Me,” which I obsessively listened to for a few days after a dear friend showed it to me.

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