Margaret Childs

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Margaret (Maggie) Childs is the CEO and Publisher of METROPOLE. Originally from New York, Vienna has been her home since high school. She is known for non-stop enthusiasm, talking too fast, inhaling coffee and being a board member of AustrianStartups, where she helps entrepreneurs internationalize. Follow her on Instagram and twitter @mtmchilds.

Publisher’s Letter | A River Runs Through It

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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 first glimpse of real Genu...

Sohyi Kim | When Kim Isn’t Cooking

Vienna’s legendary chef Sohyi Kim about learning on the job, never being satisfied and why she can’t stand salmon. When guests go to Sohyi Kim’s restaurants, they go to visit her. Every place she’s ever run – that’s 13 restaurants in 21 years since she’s been in Vienna – has had an open kitchen. After […]
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What You Need to Know to Get a Job 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 it in human resource...
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What Moves Us | April 2018

I remember the first time I sat in an electric car. It was at a sustainability event in Grafenegg. Tesla had used a lotus chassis for the first roadster that made it to Austria. My cam...
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Legendary Light Artist Waltraut Cooper at Cafe Landtmann

Light artist Waltraut Cooper’s installations have broken ground for decades. We spoke about digitizing the UN, the Biennale and world peace.Her wild, neon red hair makes her impossible to miss...
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Editors Letter | To Every Art its Freedom | March 2018

Art is always of its time, and the best of it, timeless. From classical portraiture to contemporary installations, visual art recreates life, nature and emotion through the filters of ...