Thursday, October 30, 2014


airberlin celebrates the Fall of the Berlin Wall with lower fares

airberlin, Germany’s second largest airline has announced lower fares for travel... 

New York Dominates 2014 List of America’s Most Expensive ZIP Codes

In Atherton, Calif., 94027, the most expensive home currently on the market is a... 

Read More Posts From NEWS


TX: 25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall – Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra Performs at the Houston Symphony

To mark this special occasion the City of Houston, Liepzig’s sister city since... 

CA: Discussion: GABA Presents A Fireside Chat With Khosla Ventures Partner, Ben Ling

Meet and chat with Ben Ling, partner at Khosla Ventures, a venture capital firm with... 

Read More Posts From FEATURED EVENTS


Discover a New Path: Explore Germany

The Goethe-Institut invites high school students who are interested in science to... 

Classes at German School Phoenix

For the Fall Semester 2014 the German School Phoenix is again offering German classes... 

Read More Posts From Education



A third generation restaurateur with over four decades of culinary experience, Staib... 

Berghoff Brewery plans for expansion, more sales

When it comes to beer, the almost 27-year-old owner of the 127-year-old Berghoff... 

Read More Posts From Culinary


Movie at the German House – „Liberty Train – Next Stop Freedom“

Prague 1989, September 30th. The West-German Embassy in Prague finds itself the center of the world’s political stage. For weeks refugees from East-Germany have streamed onto the premises of the Palais Lobkowitz and its surrounding streets. Within days the fenced embassy compound transformed into a vast refugee camp. Wrapped up in blankets and living... [Read more of this review]

Book discussion: „Exit Berlin: How One Woman Saved Her Family From Nazi Germany“

Just a week after the Kristallnacht terror in 1938, young Luzie Hatch, a German Jew, fled Berlin to resettle in New York. Her rescuer was an American-born cousin and industrialist, Arnold Hatch. Arnold spoke no German, so Luzie quickly became the translator, intermediary, and advocate for family left behind. Soon an unending stream of desperate requests... [Read more of this review]

CA: Light & Noir: Exiles and Émigrés in Hollywood, 1933–1950

On October 23, the Skirball Culture Center is opening an exhibition focused on the contributions of filmmaker refugees from Nazi Germany and their contributions to the American film industry. “Light and Noir” is presented in conjunction with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences and is complementary to the exhibition at LACMA,... [Read more of this review]

Read More Posts From FEATURED


RIP Anja Niedringhaus

“What the world knows about Iraq, they largely know because of her pictures... 

Read More Posts From Opinion


airberlin celebrates the Fall of the Berlin Wall with lower fares

airberlin, Germany’s second largest airline has announced lower fares for travel... 

Read More Posts From Classified