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The boyfriends of birthdays past

in Dating
Birthdays are much better with mutual acceptance (though muffins wouldn't hurt either).
Birthdays are much better with mutual acceptance (though muffins wouldn't hurt either).

They increasingly became part of the celebration, rather than the chief reason to celebrate.

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Space: Are we alone after all?

in Events/Philosophies
Are we alone in space?
Are we alone in space? photo public domain

Our LeipGlo columnist Dr. Harald Köpping Athanasopoulos will address this and other burning space related questions this Wednesday, 12 April, when he speaks at the Club International’s English Lounge.

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Short story: “Out of the Dark Forest”

in Literature/Philosophies
You never know what may be lurking when you venture with a stranger into a dark forest. Photo: public domain
You never know what may be lurking when you venture with a stranger into a dark forest. Photo: public domain

“Maybe my chauffeur could read my mind, or my body language, or smell my intent. Or see my hand on the door handle. It was the moment of truth.”

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Keren Shalev: Boat Wreck

in Arts/O & P Highlights

Keren Shalev didn’t feel a meaningful connection to Ireland before she went, but once she got there she felt completely immersed with her surroundings immediately.

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China Film Festival: a look behind the veil

in Movies/Philosophies
Film still from "River," to be featured in the China Film Festival in Leipzig. Photo courtesy Confucius Institute.
Film still from "River," to be featured in the China Film Festival in Leipzig. Photo courtesy Confucius Institute.

If you can’t go to China, China comes to Leipzig. @ die naTo, 9 thru 11 Feb.

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Peter Piek: traveling is more than a “+”

in Glocal/Leipzig/Reviews

Music writer Sabine talks to multi-talented Peter Piek about his fifth studio album called ‘+’. 27 Mar concert at Neues Schauspiel.

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