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Thursday, April 19, 2018

The Editors

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This was written by the Metropole editorial Team. Sometimes its an expat, sometimes a native, most of the time the lines are blurred, and sometimes we're sharing someone else's content, but we always say so. Oh yeah, and buy our magazine! Thanks.

Editorial: The ‘Imperial’ in City Life

For years, the bar at the Hotel Imperial was one of the spots for a late night drink – with an inconspicuous entrance off the Ringstraße, lush and intimate, with thick carpets, red satin,...

On Music: The Libertines

The garage rockers re-form and hit the road again, with a new album outWith a musical style reminiscent of The Clash with a bit of The Smiths mixed in, The Libertines rode the fuzzy...

Advertorial: How the U.S. got access to the World’s Financial System

Few people know that the United States is the only country (besides Eritrea) that taxes its citizens who live and earn money abroad. American expats have been required to file taxes for decades. However,...

On Stage: Jimmy Carr

One of Britain’s most acclaimed stand-up comedians brings Funny Business to ViennaAfter their runaway success in bringing live, English-language comedy to the Gartenbau with the likes of Dylan Moran, Bill Bailey, Russel Brand and...

On Screen: Son of Saul

László Nemes’ first feature approaches the holocaust from a personal perspective, collecting international accolades along the wayHaving already won the Grand Prix at Cannes, a Golden Globe and up for Best Foreign Film at...

On Music: Vienna International Saxfest

Classical saxophone gets its due at this festival, featuring a week of international talent performing all over townUsually associated with jazz, this festival shows off the saxophone’s wide range in its original role in...

Editorial: The Brenner: Past?

It seems like a case of unintended consequences. Under enormous pressure from the public and simply the numbers themselves, Austrian Interior Minister Johanna Mikl-Leitner announced February 18 a fixed upper limit of 37,500 asylum applicants this...

On Screen: Room

With an amazing cast, this indie drama tells a story of captivity Based on the best-selling novel of the same name by Emma Donoghue (who also wrote the screenplay), which was in turn inspired by the...
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