Welcome Gutenberg

Did you enjoy my picture gallery from the Bode Museum? A place, we all are hopefully soon be allowed to visit again. Propably that was the last blog post with the classic editor of WordPress. … Read more →

Falling in Love with Ludwig van Beethoven

The Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D-Major op.61 is the right music to fall in love with Ludwig van Beethoven, who was born 250 years ago. Governments all over Europe are loosening restrictions of … Read more →

The Toilet Paper Mystery

My wife and me, we finally got it. We got hold of a new pack of toilet paper. 16 rolls of three-ply Toilet Paper from a well known brand. To tell the truth, we don’t … Read more →

Germany avoids the shutdown

It was a soft brake, what chancellor Angela Merkel today reported to the public. From Monday on germans are not allowed to gather in public. We can still go out, but only alone or with … Read more →

Corona: Emergency stop in Germany?

Over 20,000 infected, 70 dead: that’s Germany’s corona record. Virologists advise social distancing, governments and administrations have responded. Shops, cinemas, bars and restaurants are closed. Thousands are working from home. Chancellor Angela Merkel also advised … Read more →

Last Refuge for Climate Change Deniers About to Fall?

You don’t believe in the scientific consensus of the man made climate change? Then your political stronghold in Germany is right-wing populist party Alternative für Deutschland (AfD). AfD politician Beatrix von Storch said on the … Read more →

German Christian Democrats in Turmoil

A video on youtube still keeps german government party Christian Democratic Union (CDU) under pressure, over a week after their disastrous result in the election for the European Parliament. German Youtube Star Rezo had published … Read more →

Made in English

This is the start of my english Blog. It took me some time to take this challenge. But better late than never at all, as they say in Germany. Please correct me, if you encounter … Read more →