German entertainment

After pandemic and rain delays, Mummers strut to Philly

The Two Street Stompers pay tribute to healthcare workers as they perform in front of City Hall during the Mummers Parade in Philadelphia on Sunday January 2, 2022. The parade was postponed for one day due to rain on New Years Day. The official parade returns after a year of …

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Germany shuts down half of its remaining nuclear power plants

By Frank Jordans | Associated press BERLIN – Germany on Friday shut down half of the six nuclear power plants it still has in operation, a year before the country draws the final curtain on its decades-long use of atomic energy. The decision to phase out nuclear and switch from …

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Western forces use opinion coercion to divide world over Beijing Olympics

Politicizing the Olympic Games Illustration: Liu Rui / GT Is Germany boycotting the Beijing Olympic Winter Games? Some Western forces hope so.German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock said on Wednesday that she would not attend the Beijing Olympics. “I am a huge sports fan, but I will not be attending the …

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Top 5 matches for Germany in 2021

It’s been a year in reverse for Die Mannschaft, and with the Euro and World Cup qualifiers, fans were treated to a plethora of competitive matches from the German national team. Not all of them were successful, but there was still good entertainment to be seen. Here are our top …

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Traveling to Germany during Covid-19: what you need to know before you go

Editor’s note – Coronavirus cases remain high around the world. Health officials warn that travel increases your chances of contracting and spreading the virus. Staying at home is the best way to contain transmission. Below is information on what to know if you’re still planning to travel, last updated on …

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Why South Korean Culture is a Global Success | Music | DW

Beyond Netflix’s hit “Squid Game” series, South Korea has a variety of successful cultural exports in recent years. New albums from K-pop groups like BTS or Blackpink are topping the charts around the world, while South Korea’s intense fandom culture is emerging as a global phenomenon. In 2019, Bong Joon-ho’s …

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5 things to know on December 19, 2021: Omicron, Australia, Michigan, Rod Stewart, Haiti

In Chile, voters go to the polls to choose a new leader to succeed outgoing President Sebastián Piñera. They will choose between two candidates who disagree on same-sex marriage rights, legalizing abortion, controlling natural resources and increasing programs to deal with migrants. Monday After three months of testimony from 32 …

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7 best things to do in Colorado this weekend: December 17-19, 2021

DENVER – Every weekend Denver7 makes a list of some fun events you might enjoy. Here’s our pick of the 7 best things to do in Metro Denver and beyond this weekend. 1. Denver Christkindlmarket open at Civic Center Park The Christkindlemarket has been Colorado’s only authentic German market for …

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Anaheim Jagerhaus closes after more than 40 years of service

Jägerhaus, the iconic Orange County German restaurant in Anaheim, closed on December 12 after more than 40 years of service. The closure comes shortly after owner and manager Sandie Schwaiger passed away in October. Schwaiger led Jägerhaus for over 21 years. “It was beautiful even though it was so sad,” …

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Middleton author Kathleen Ernst draws on historic Watertown experience in new series | Entertainment

Ernst Middleton author Kathleen Ernst has written over 40 books, but November 30 marked the release of a new character – Hanneke Bauer – someone she has envisioned for almost 40 years. “Lies of Omission” features Hanneke, a Pomeranian immigrant in Watertown in the mid-1800s. Upon arrival, she faces unimaginable …

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