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LeipGlo needs your help to survive

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LeipGlo needs your help to survive. Here are three ways you can support us.
LeipGlo needs your help to survive. Here are three ways you can support us.

At 3 years old, we find ourselves at a critical point. If you like what we do, if we have contributed to your life in any way, please help us continue! This article shows 3 ways you can support us: donation, Spreadshirt shop, sponsored post.

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Dunkel. Dreckig. Reudnitz. Martin.

in Lifestyle/My Leipzig
Portrait of Martin Meißner, the blogger behind Dunkel. Dreckig. Reudnitz. (Photo: Stefan Hopf)
Portrait of Martin Meißner, the blogger behind Dunkel. Dreckig. Reudnitz. (Photo: Stefan Hopf)

The 30-year-old behind one of Leipzig’s most popular online pages talks about his creation, takes us to some of his favorite local spots, and tells us why he and others are deciding to settle down in Reudnitz.

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Our glocal webzine has turned 2

in Culture / Entertainment/Glocal/What's on

It’s because of you. Come celebrate with us, get to know us a little better, and look to the future.

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Beauty vloggers: more than meets the eye?

in Lifestyle/Opinion/Society
Beauty vloggers are the power behind the fashion industry, when before it used to be established celebrities. How genuine can they remain? https://leipglo.com
Beauty vloggers are the power behind the fashion industry, when before it used to be established celebrities. How genuine can they remain? (Photo: public domain)

They started out as hobby video bloggers and are now the young power propelling the beauty industry. How genuine can they remain?

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Why do we blog? (A photo story)

in Leipzig on the web/Philosophies

Rather than a way to escape “real” life for me, it’s ended up becoming a way to enhance it.

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Where to find us in the Buchmesse

in Culture / Entertainment/Leipzig
No planes, no ships needed – the world cruise can be undertaken in four days, on foot, by bike, by tram to the Leipzig Book Fair.

A year ago, I was wandering through the Leipziger Buchmesse, just to check out the fairgrounds and the big annual event, without a map and without knowing what I wanted to see. Needless to say, I didn’t make the best out of it, overwhelmed by all the booths and a bit lost – it even…

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