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Emily Blunt loves “Marmite”

February 4, 2010 GW Administrator 2

Talking about bread spread. Recently I interviewed Emily Blunt, when asked what the British actress carries with her on her journeys, she exclaimed “Marmite”. Since I have never heard of it, she described it as […]

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Leonardo DiCaprio in NRDC PSA

January 28, 2010 GW Administrator 2

Unlike the US, Germany has been a forerunner in striving to become the world’s first major renewable-energy economy. Scientists from the University of Kassel have proved in an experiment called Kombikraftwerk that Germany can power itself entirely […]

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Angela Merkel feature in Time

January 21, 2010 GW Administrator 0

“In East Germany,” she says, “we always ran into boundaries before we were able to discover our own personal boundaries.” Angela Merkel’s Moment By CATHERINE MAYER / BERLIN Diminutive in the imposing vastness of her […]

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Pinot Noir With an Umlaut

January 21, 2010 GW Administrator 2

By by Eric Asimov Published: January 11, 2010 TODAY’S word, people, is spätburgunder. Let’s say it slowly: SHPAYT-bur-GUHN-der. That’s German for pinot noir, and the time has come to say it out loud. Trouble is, […]


Mit Blaulicht zur Grenze

January 19, 2010 GW Administrator 4

  Exklusivinterview mit Rüdiger Lentz, ehemaliger Studioleiter Deutsche Welle in Washington D.C. Seit 1976 arbeitet Rüdiger Lentz als Journalist und gehört seit über 25 Jahren zu den prominentesten and angesehensten deutschen Fernsehreportern. Lentz war unter […]


A Life on the Fast Track

January 19, 2010 GW Administrator 0

Exclusive Interview with Rüdiger Lentz, former Bureau Chief of Deutsche Welle in DC Rüdiger Lentz has worked as a journalist since 1976 and, for more than 25 years, has been one of the most prominent […]