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Berlin | David Bowie Exhibition

Last week I spent a few days in Berlin as birthday present to myself.  Aside from seeing friends, the David Bowie Exhibition at the Martin-Gropius-Bau was at the top of my wish list.  I’ve been on a total Bowie kick for the last couple of years, and since he has such a strong connection to Berlin — living for …

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Bremen | Sie. Selbst. Nackt.

I can’t believe it’s taken me more than three years of living in Bremen to finally visit the Paula Modersohn-Becker Museum.  Modersohn-Becker is one of the most important painters of early expressionism and spent much of her life in Bremen — in fact I walk by her family’s house every day! The museum  on Böttcherstraße also happens to …

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A Long Night of Science

Last Saturday evening found mein Schatz and I wandering around Berlin in pursuit of knowledge. In other words, we took part in the city’s Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften — the Long Night of Science. Basically, the universities, museums, and research institutes open their doors to the public, offering tours, scientific presentations, and hands-on exhibits. Along with …

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A Snowy Morning at the Museum

It’s snowing today in New York City, as I imagine it is in other parts of the country as well. Right now I’m curled up on my couch, enjoying the little Christmas tree that my roommate and I bought and decorated yesterday (mmm, I love the evergreen smell!). I’m particularly enjoying the warmth and coziness …

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