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Home for the holidays in Slovakia 

in Lifestyle/Society
by Lenka Seresova

It’s tradition that makes us truly feel “home” during the holidays.

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Could you survive in the arctic wilderness?

in Philosophies/TV

Living on the bare minimum requires maximum skill.

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Edmund de Waal: personal history through objects

in History/Literature/Reviews
Edmund de Waal's actual hare with the golden eyes

A personal memoir with all the elements I like; family, travelogue and art manual.

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The magic in Britain’s drizzly bonfire season

in Culture / Entertainment/Travel
Boy at bonfire. Public domain photo.
Boy at bonfire. Public domain photo.

As these long nights roll in across the south coast, we hit back with a unique tradition that dregs up some of the dark, dirty and rebellious bits of English culture.

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The art of doing (almost) nothing at Eckernförde

in Lifestyle/Travel
Mermaid of Eckernforde. Photo: Maximilian Georg
Mermaid of Eckernforde. Photo: Maximilian Georg

Eckernförde on the Baltic Sea was pleasantly idyllic, as much as an urban spot can be.

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The renaissance of space exploration

in Society/Travel

This is an unprecedented moment in human history: The discovery of life on another world is likely to occur within our lifetime.

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