Supermoon In Germany

JENA/ KIEL/ BERLIN/ CHEMNITZ/MANNHEIM-  Hundreds of thousands of people armed themselves with cameras, telescopes and Smartphones to capture this moment in time. On Tuesday, the supermoon made its visit to the European part of the world, including Germany. Between 5:00pm and 8:15am Berlin time, people had a chance to watch the moon rise and set,…
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A Tribute To Roger Cicero

BERLIN- The music world lost a soul much too soon. Roger Cicero, son of famous Romanian pianist Eugene Cicero has died as a result of a massive stroke. His passing occurred on Gründonnerstag, the Thursday before Easter, with his family by his side, living only 45 years of life on this planet, but 45 years…
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Lights Out For Hamburg Handball Team

Hamburg SV leaves German Handball Bundesliga because of Concourse and License Revocation. Legal Action expected. HAMBURG- There is an old saying that describes the mentality of the European sports leagues: “Money makes the world go round.” If there is no money to operate a team, the team folds. Teams go up and down the elevator…
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The House Of One In Berlin: Three Religions, One Dialog

    BERLIN-  In light of the plight of the refugees and the terrorist attacks that occurred in Beiruit, Paris and the latest in San Bernardino, California, our short term reaction would be to follow Donald Trump’s unrealistic advice by banning the Muslims and do what Adolf Hitler did during the days of the Third…
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Genre Of The Week: Christmas From Heaven

This genre of the week, which ties in nicely with the holiday season, starts off with a quote the main character got from his father. It stated “From little things come big things.”  The person who learned this was not the author Tom Brokaw, who wrote this book and added to his storied biography spanning…
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