Saturday, October 22, 2016


Germany Picks ‘Toni Erdmann’ as its Oscar Candidate

German industry insiders did the obvious and chose Maren Ade’s breakout feature... 

German Student Academy Award Winners Honored in Los Angeles

The Student Academy Awards®, presented each fall by the Academy of Motion Picture... 

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FL: Oktoberfest at the Cape Coral Social Club

The German-American Club of Cape Coral presents their 31st Oktoberfest! Two weekends... 

CA/L.A.: The Third Annual Vegan Oktoberfest!

Vegan Oktoberfest, the World’s first event to combine a traditional Oktoberfest... 

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European Day of Languages 2016 in Atlanta

Join the Goethe-Zentrum Atlanta and the Alliance Française d’Atlanta as they join... 

German Career Days in the US

Meet with representatives from German companies, universities, foundations, exchange... 

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Recipe: Warm Brie and Apricot Pretzel

INGREDIENTS 6 oz. Brie cheese sliced 2 oz. Chopped dried apricots DIRECTIONS Place... 

Recipe: Applewood Smoked Bacon with Maple Glaze Pretzel

INGREDIENTS 6 oz. Crispy and chopped Applewood smoked bacon MAPLE GLAZE 1 ¾ powdered... 

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Oktoberfests in the US!

Feeling down that Oktoberfest in Munich is over? Don’t worry, there are still plenty of opportunities to celebrate in the US! Check out our list and find the Oktoberfest nearest you! ARIZONA Tempe Town Lake Four Peaks Oktoberfest at Tempe Town Lake Oct 7 – 9 Offering an unusual blend of Bavarian and Southwest USA cultures, the Oktoberfest at... [Read more of this review]

American Brexit: US Talent Migrating Toward Germany

While the top flights in England, Spain, and Italy are not bending over backward to encourage foreign players, Germany’s Bundesliga retains an open-door policy, and American prospects have responded. Only three of the players on Jurgen Klinsmann’s 23-man roster for the Copa America Centenario plied their trade in the English Premier League:... [Read more of this review]

Statement by Foreign Minister Steinmeier on Death of Elie Wiesel

Foreign Minister Steinmeier issued the following statement in Berlin on 2 July on the death of Elie Wiesel: “The death of Elie Wiesel means that we have not only lost a great author, philanthropist and scholar, but above all a person who fought tirelessly against hatred, intolerance and violence. Deported to a concentration camp by the Nazis as... [Read more of this review]

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Chancellor Merkel is Down But Not Out

Angela Merkel managed to come across as self-critical but defiant at the same time.... 

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An Unusual yet Luxury Stay: Wernberg Castle Hotel

Wernberg Castle stands for exclusive hotel accommodation and a world-class gourmet... 

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