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“Welcome to a new world of work.” A 3-minute animated video with this feel-good title was published on June 18 by the Austrian Economic Chambers (WKO)...
By Anastasia Gromontova & Benjamin Wolf
Family relations are tested to the breaking point in the Burgtheater’s rendition of Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day's Journey into Night A house divide...
As America turns inward, the enormously ambitious program once described as the “most enligthened self-interest in history” has a positive impact stil...
Vienna has been shaping its stretch of the Danube for 500 years. But only in the 19th century was it possible to alter Vienna’s riverscape and revamp ...
As the Danube gets ready for the summer travel season, a new law is set to give travelers more rights and better information on their trips. So, ...
Hungarians revive the Samizdat tradition to break Viktor Orbán’s grip on the media, as a press crackdown continues following his threats of postelecti...
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The Danube powers many an industry on its way to the Black Sea, from hydropower to high-volume logistics Flowing through 10 countries – from the ...
The rector of the Danube University Krems on education reform, collaboration along the river and the benefits of studying in the countryside. I...
In response to “A Taster’s Tour” MET 27, May 2018 TO THE EDITOR, Your article on Austrian wines certainly caught my attention. Not only do I love my...
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In After Europe, Ivan Krastev argues that the refugee crisis is Europe’s gravest threat Europe is in crisis and Ivan Kras...
Bars and Nightlife
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The Cleaners shines a light on the shadowy world of online moderation. As the debate about the role of social media in the US presidential electi...
Land-bound at the center of the continent, the Hungarians feel both forlorn and pivotal in the story of Europe – a country where devastation, genius a...
Food & Drink
Anni’s Bröselei bakes delicious vegan and gluten-free dishes made with love As Viennese cuisine is meat-heavy, when chef Anni Huber and her marke...
Vienna’s annual jazz summer presents international stars and local talent. As orchestras go on tour and Vienna’s major concert halls take a well-...
Twenty years of the Arnold Schönberg Center and an exhibit on Jung-Wien, Vienna’s fin-de-siècle creative wave “New music is never beautiful on fi...
The combative artist gets a large retrospective There is no denying that throughout the history of art, the bulk of works has come from men who p...
An interview with Jan de Bruijn, Captain, AMA Waterways “When I was first sailing on the Danube, the rules were not necessarily followed. Maybe it ...
Why Vienna's city government has completely reorganized itself and what it has to do with the FPÖ, expats and international managers It is an int...
The exhibition What Remains: Traces of Refugees (Fluchtspuren) leaves its mark with a few personal objects Size isn’t everything, especially when y...
An interview with Manuel Hinterhofer, Director, Wiener Fischereiausschuss “In the old days, the fishermen were the experts, spending a lot of tim...
This year’s VieVinum showcases the best of Austria and introduces little known Swiss and Dalmatian wines at the Hofburg from June 9 to 11. Wine f...
An interview with Johannes Klos, owner of Danube Roll Ferry “The ferry is something special. It’s something you don’t see or experience every day.”...
English Mondays at the Schauspielhaus are a mad scientist’s laboratory of experimental theater. An effective antidote to theatrical ennui, the anarc...