The white, blue-rimmed cotton sari made famous by Saint Teresa of Kolkata has been trademarked in a case the nun’s former lawyer has claimed as a first for a religious uniform anywhere in the world. The design of the sari, which Teresa is said to have purchased from a Kolkata market the evening she was ... Read More
At this year’s License Executive Society (LES) Congress on April 15, 2016, it was all about employee invention law. “In al these years, we have never had such a big rush“ Co-Chairman Prof. Michael Trimborn said in a surprised and delighted manner as no less than 150 experts from industry and advocacy found their way ... Read More
The Rhinelander says: „The first time is by mistake, the second time is by chance and the third time is tradition”. Thereby, the summer music which was founded by the WDR4 moderator Günter vom Dorp (see below) and which has celebrated its tenth anniversary now must be counted as custom.
The summer music at Schloss Rheydt is a live open-air festival which has already welcomed many famous guests: from BAP to Roger Cicero, classics such as UB40, Paul Carrack or José Feliziano or even the next generation of Buena Vista Social Club namely Günter von Dorp as initiator and spiritus rector of concerts whose full-time ... Read More
Malicious gossip has it that Led Zeppelin was the best “cover band” in the world. There is something true in it as the band who owes their name to the legendary “Who” drummer Keith Moon („Jimmy Page plays his guitar like a Led Zeppelin“) must be considered to have been previously convicted as they have ... Read More
There are conflicting opinions about the castle Neuschwanstein: for some it is a confectioner’s castle build by King Ludwig II from Bavaria as his private place of retreat, a paragon of bad taste. For others it is a fairy-tale castle, a must-see for every tour of Europe. Nevertheless, the attractive property owned by the free ... Read More
The world is separated into those who solve the problem in a blink and those who end up in despair. We are talking about the magic cube which was developed by the Hungarian engineer Erno Rubik about 40 years ago and which was then launched on the market under the term “magic cube” or “Rubik’s ... Read More
Huaraz is an idyllic town in the Peruvian Andes as well as Anchash Region’s capital city which is located about 450 km to the north of Lima. Said place was initially mentioned in the 16th century and today counts about 120.000 inhabitants. Although the average Central European is very open-minded, he will probably not know ... Read More