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Dance Debate: 3 Reasons Why Grooving Is A Technique

About a month ago a dance acquaintance of mine posted on Facebook, “Grooving is suppose to be natural, it’s not a technique. Listen to the music.” When she posted it, I don’t believe she thought it would ignite a significant debate amongst dance practitioners, but that is exactly what it did. 940 more words


Somalia Now Finally At Peace

So it’s time for the German Bundeswehr troops stationed there to leave. All five (5) of them.

They couldn’t have done it without you five guy, guys. 65 more words


Stop trashing religious kitsch (or: a defence of a Virgin Mary ashtray)

In addition to a faulty radiator, a mysteriously scratched door and a tap with no handle on it, my flatmate and I also inherited a number of criminally tacky religious paintings when we moved into our current apartment. 2,021 more words

High Art or Popular Art: we can have both

“There is only one heroism in the world: to see the world as it is, and to love it.”

—Romain Rolland

By a Chinese painter Xia a. 548 more words

Arts Entrepreneurship Theory

Vegan Meat?

Is that like… Clearly confused? Passive aggressive? Least favorite? Pretty ugly?

Only oxymorons at Berlin’s Green Week talk that way. No open secret.

International Green Week has been running in Berlin since 1926, showcasing innovation in food and agriculture industries to 400,000 visitors a year. 72 more words


Hey, Your Bus Ticket Is Untied

And it smells funny, too. But that’s not all that out of the normal in Berlin, come to think of it.

Adidas has some new sneakers that aren’t just made for walking—they’re for taking public transport, too. 103 more words


German Of The Day: Kontrolle

That means control, as in the people who check to see if you bought your subway ticket for the U2 line in Berlin. Which apparently these two guys did not do. 76 more words