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Happy Leipzig Pub Crawl: game on this Saturday

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Tourist-geared brain meets local-geared spirit, over pints and games. Kicks off @ 8 PM this Saturday, @ Five Elements Hostel!

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Saturday fail and redemption at WGT

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The magnificent meets the mundane in this photo story starring obvious newbies and evident veterans of Wave-Gotik-Treffen.

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Teenagers chain themselves to Leipzig City Hall

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Teenagers with Extinction Rebellion Youth chain themselves to Leipzig City Hall
Teenagers from Extinction Rebellion Youth locked themselves to Leipzig City Hall gate demanding a response from politicians. (Photo: Ana Ribeiro / LeipGlo)

LeipGlo went to the scene and got the scoop on the first demonstration by Extinction Rebellion Youth in Leipzig and Germany.

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Yoko Ono in Leipzig: Peace is Power

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Yoko Ono retrospective, Peace is Power at MdbK. (Photo: maeshelle west-davies)
Yoko Ono retrospective, Peace is Power at MdbK. (Photo: maeshelle west-davies)

“The retrospective is definitely worth experiencing. When I was there on a weekday recently, I saw people interacting. Teens were gluing together broken tea cups and saucers and excitedly stamping peace on parts of maps. Preteens were asking questions. Adults of all ages were enthralled.”

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Leipzig Book Fair inspires book fever

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Leipzig Book Fair. From Leipziger-Buchmesse.de
Leipzig Book Fair. From Leipziger-Buchmesse.de

Better to have one book in your hand as well as many flying around in your head. If you like cosplay, this is also the week for you.

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Together! The Grassi’s exhibit on communal living

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Pöge Haus. (Photo: Esther Hoyer)
Pöge Haus. (Photo: Esther Hoyer)

“With the increasing demand for housing in big cities dictating property prices, and less space available for adequate housing, communal housing cooperatives offer a viable alternative to many families, as well as young or older people who can’t afford to – or choose not to – live alone.”

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