Berlin School

18 Jul 19
Musical in Life

On June 30th, the Stonewall Riots, which symbolizes the human rights and dignity of the sex minority, celebrated its 50th anniversary this year, marking the largest-ever “World Pride” parade in Manhattan, New York. There are also voices on the stage for sexual minorities. While performances are not at the forefront of the human rights movement […]

17 Jul 19
Pitt Business To The World

For my final week I completed the rest of the business plans for the site visits for my company. We visited both Dresden and a site in Berlin in the last week. My coworkers took me out for a good-bye dinner in Berlin at a really nice restaurant. It was a bitter sweet moment to […]

17 Jul 19
Rock ALL Photography

Sacred Reich releases brand new single, “Manifest Reality”; announces LA album release party Sacred Reich have dropped a brand new track, “Manifest Reality”, today along with accompanying music video directed by acclaimed director Mark Pellington (U2, Foo Fighters, Pearl Jam, Public Enemy). “Manifest Reality” is the second single to drop from Sacred Reich‘s upcoming album and first […]

17 Jul 19
Motherlands

Only once Rosa had finally conquered her backlog of manuscripts could she turn her attention to preparation for the BDÜ conference. In the end, what had motivated her to accept the invitation was knowing she would never hear the end of it from her father if she didn’t. Plus, she couldn’t ignore the fact that […]

17 Jul 19
SilvaDour's Domain

Reviewing this movie is somewhat difficult to review without getting into spoilers, so I’ll just buckle down and say that nothing is sacred here. Spoilers for Far From Home and subsequently Avengers: Endgame are imminent, now let’s get this review started. Personally, speaking as a fan of film and has a fan of comic book […]

17 Jul 19
Becoming a Classic

The Church of the Holy Child Choir, in which I am an unremarkable second soprano, sang “God Bless America” just before the start of the Friday evening, July 12, Wilmington Blue Rocks game.  The Blue Rocks are a minor-league baseball team affiliated with the Kansas City Royals.  On July 12, their opposing team was the […]

17 Jul 19
thewildducks

Dobry Wyacor Prečeljô! Greetings from Chosebuz, or as we call it in Berlin, Kottbus! I arrived at a sweet little pension called “Pension Minuth” where I was greeted by a feisty cat called Emil. Meet Emil! I’m not sure if he’s one of the 7,000 Lower-Sorbian living in the area, but his claws sure are […]

17 Jul 19
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

BERLIN (AP) — The German government is proposing a measure to make measles vaccinations mandatory for children and employees of kindergartens and schools. Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Cabinet approved the plan Wednesday, noting the number of measles infections has risen significantly in recent years. Lawmakers in parliament, where Merkel’s governing coalition holds a majority, are expected […]

17 Jul 19
The Energy Exchange 369

By, Dynamo Jakk: This article will be aimed directly at the focus of identifying what are the precursors to sickness and disease inside the body, what the origin point of all disease is, and what measures are necessary during the dispelling process of any and all forms of “so called” disease and other pathogenic particles […]

17 Jul 19
Waldina

Today is the birthday of James Cagney. The world is a better place because he was in it and still feels the loss that he has left. NAME: James Francis Cagney, Jr. DATE OF BIRTH: July 17, 1899 PLACE OF BIRTH: Manhattan, NY DATE OF DEATH: March 30, 1986 PLACE OF DEATH: Stanfordville, NY CAUSE […]

17 Jul 19
CBS 17 | Raleigh, Durham, Fayetteville news and weather | CBS17.com
BERLIN (AP) — The German government is proposing a measure to make measles vaccinations mandatory for children and employees of kindergartens and schools. Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Cabinet approved the plan Wednesday, noting the number of measles infections has risen significantly in recent years. Lawmakers in parliament, where Merkel’s governing coalition holds a majority, are expected to approve the law. In the phased-in program beginning in March, parents of school-aged children, starting at kindergarten, will have to provide proof of vaccination. Non-compliance means children will be refused admittance to kindergarten and their parents possibly fined. Parents of older students will be fined up to 2,500 euros ($2,803). The German news agency dpa reports that while 543 cases of measles were registered in Germany last year, there have been more than 400 cases this year already. For more stories like this that matter to you, click here to download the CBS 17 News app for free. Watch live newscasts, get breaking news and sign up for push alerts – download now