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December/January 2015/2016

Ball Season is Going Strong with All Ages

Ball season is back and we asked how the tradition has endured so long and what changes will keep the debutantes coming. Ball season is like a microcosm of Viennese life. Well, a certain kind of life. The pillars of each community – confectioners, coffee brewers, musicians or doctors – meet with the 18-year-olds “entering” […]
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On Sale: Your Own Original

At the Kunstsupermarkt, original art has a tiny price tag. Who knows? You may pick up the next Ernst Fuchs, Hermann Nitsch or Gottfried Helnwein. ...

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