During an organized walk in the course of the exhibition: “October 15th – the destruction of Brunswick” we learn how desastrous the bombing of the city in October 1944 really was. We visit places that have been destroyed and get to know facts on the impact of the destruction on people and the city.
Wednesday was the international day of happiness. I have to admit that I was not aware of that day so far. However I was already familiar with the search for happiness. A bold venture for everybody, I guess. Not only Mr. Rossi (known from the animated cartoon series of the same name) tried to succeed in finding it, failed sometimes
Even winter time has its own magic, that much I know since yesterday. How winter trekking at the Grane barrier lake and hot spiced wine in the winter forest could change my own little world – read it now. We catch the best sunday weather in this year: it is cold, it is dry and it is supposed to snow!
The say: „Hope dies last“ and yet it happens. Just before Christmas, the stock-exchange gurus let all confidence die: “Almost everybody has given up hope for an end-of-year-rally still to come”, experts claim. You may wonder why this fact is still no reason to agonize. The answer is quite easy: In the international boardrooms they will again acclaim themselves with
At first it is just a red spot on the ground. We are standing in front of the former house of the Kolar family in the Butmir district. Now it is the museum “Tunnel of Hope”. The tunnel that ran underneath the runway of the airport Sarajevo was used as a supply source for the city during its four years
Is there something like true love? And how is the difference between true and untrue love defined? Or is it just wishful thinking that a true love defies any inconvenience, any odds, any boredom or routine and all the temptations in the world? Or is it the enchantment of a first encounter attached to a special situation by its protagonists,
It is usually the case for significant birthdays of well-known personalities to be valued by documentaries or TV films. Books alike, whether it be biographies or historical novels, in the course of big sales opportunities are (once again) published. It happened once more lately upon the bicentenary birthday of a famous German philosopher: Karl Marx. Who is Marx? Well, I
Leonidas Bieris documentary starts with a historical indexing of the meaning of the village Andermatt from the 19th century to the termination of the Cold War. Whereas the place in the Swiss Alps became a sophisticated at the turn of the century and played an important role in the second World War as a base for the Swiss army, Andermatt
“Where’s the revolution” Depeche Mode is asking on their CD “Spirit”. The British pop band has always been state-of-the-art with its witty lyrics and one again they hit the bull’s eye. At no time the question for a revolution has been more justified than now, when the world seems to have turn upside down. To begin with the twilight of
Last saturday was different from all the saturdays before. Although it started like always. I went swimming, I went shopping and was enjoying a cup of coffee in front of my computer when I heard the news. Nothing exceptional until I listened to the news: the attacks in Paris on Friday night. The report on many victims. That was the