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Margaret Childs

Margaret Childs is the CEO and Publisher of Metropole. Originally from New York, Vienna has been her home town since high school. She is a board member of AustrianStartups and actively supports entrepreneurs in their internationalization efforts. She is known for loving Vienna passionately, talking too fast and inhaling coffee like there's no tomorrow. She tweets @mtmchilds Photo: Michèle Pauty

Publisher’s Letter: The Art We Live In

  Often appreciation is just a question of perspective. As a high school student in Vienna, I spent warm afternoons riding my bike down the Prater Hauptallee, all the way to the Lusthaus and back,...

The Deconstructed Architect

At Coop Himmelb(l)au, Wolf Prix’s 5th district Architecture studio, the walls are lined with what hundreds of prints, renderings and models of dreamlike structures. Most are glass and silver buildings, grand and futuristic, with...

We Privatized a Zoo: A Chat with Tiergarten Schönbrunn’s General Manager

The director and general manager of the Schönbrunn Zoo, Dagmar Schratter, spoke to us about activism, animal husbandry, why some frogs wave and the tricks of impregnating an elephant Arriving at the oldest existing zoo...

Publisher’s Letter: Puppy Love and the Cat’s Meow

At 14, I joined the ranks of the Viennese pet-owning public when – for a brief stint of six weeks – I adopted an adorable short-haired black and white puppy named Kuro. My after-school...

Publisher’s Letter: A River Runs Through It

My first home on the European continent was in Bratislava, Slovakia. The city was still run down in 1994, but as an 8-year-old ragamuffin, the chaos was fuel for the imagination. My brother and...
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Schooling the Grown-Ups: A Chat with the Rector of Danube University Krems

The rector of the Danube University Krems on education reform, collaboration along the river and the benefits of studying in the countryside. It’s easy to understand why people would want to study here. From the...
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Publisher’s Letter: What’s Cooking this May?

Of all the things I have learned in Vienna, the art of enjoying food has been the most valuable. My family had taken me to nice restaurants back home in New York, but my...

Melange | When Kim Isn’t Cooking: Catching up with Legendary Chef Sohyi Kim

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What You Need to Know to Work at the United Nations

It often seems impossible for an outsider to get a job at the UN. But is it really? “No,” said Linda Starodub, who recently retired from 30 plus years in the UN system, half of...