New German food truck hits Los Angeles’ streets
“Currywurst Truck of Los Angeles”, the latest addition to the German culinary scene in Tinseltown, is bringing Germany’s most famous street-food to LA.: THE CURRYWURST.
The owner, Chris Topperwien of German Gourmet LLC, promises fresh German Bratwurst (Veal/Turkey), cut in slices and covered with a warm curry-flavored ketchup (from [...]
On Saturday, April 23 at 2 pm UCLA Live presents a delightful afternoon of classical music on Royce Hall’s glorious Skinner organ from acclaimed organist Christoph Bull, known for his energizing and often eclectic musical interpretation of organ repertoire. Bull will perform a thrilling and ethereal program of Bach on the UCLA campus treasure, which [...]
Burghart Klaußner & Band. Courtesy Villa Aurora.
Villa Aurora presents Burghart Klaußner and Band at the Villa Aurora on April 14th.
Burghart Klaußner is an all-round genius. He is considered one of Germany’s most renowned actors, on stage as well as on screen. For his performances as an actor he earned the German Film Award in [...]
After Air Berlin, Germany’s second largest airline and the fifth largest in Europe, joined the worldwide airline alliance “OneWorld”, it announced shortly afterwards the conclusion of new codeshare agreements with American Airlines and Finnair. Thanks to these new agreements, US travelers will have the possibility to book American Airline flights with convenient connections through New [...]
In the 1930s and ’40s, German and Austrian emigres brought intellect, wit and Freudian theory to what was then a pretty staid place. Today, Germans are still a presence but are more disparate.
By Scott Timberg, Special to the Los Angeles Times
At one time, Los Angeles was Weimar on the Pacific: Numerous German-speaking émigrés put their [...]
It has been more than 18 years since a Chancellor of Germany added the film metropolis to the itinerary of any official visit. On Tuesday, April 13, 2010, however, Chancellor Angela Merkel stopped for a visit in Los Angeles after attending the Nuclear Energy Summit in Washington DC.
Merkel was greeted by Governor Schwarzenegger and his [...]
by Nina Grenningloh
In the first part of my Communications Series I looked at how we can communicate better by following German virtues and values. This time I want to take a closer look at the values Americans live by and see how those can possibly help improve our communication skills. I take L. Robert Kohls‘ monograph “The Values [...]