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November 2015

Be My Guest: Chef Denis König

Chef Denis König of Le Salzgries: The brasserie reloaded – a French treat for your special guests Denis König came to Vienna to study structural engineering, but (luckily for us) he opted for the culinary arts. In 2000 he took over an old café on the Marc Aurel Straße, to the irritation of the regulars […]
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Editor’s Letter – Can we Share?

It seemed to happen overnight. Without taking issue with the economic status quo, we, the consumers of the interconnected world, wanted to do business...

On Stage: Margaret Cho Does Vienna

The Korean-American comedian is bringing her shameless stage style to town."I have come to murder your ignorance,” Margaret Cho bursts into a la...

On Screen: Bridge of Spies

Steven Spielberg revisits the Cold War from Brooklyn to Berlin, when private citizens brokered prisoner exchanges since governments weren’t on speakin...

On Screen: Steve Jobs

An all-star cast and crew take on the information age’s hero of our time in the biggest production to dateWith a life story already resembling a...

On Sale: Design Markets

Vienna has succumbed to the concept market: a compilation of fashion, design and food vendors brought together for their new, trendy or popular offeri...

The Last Word: Armin Strbac

We asked one of the founders of the flea market app Shpock, Armin Strbac, whether he thinks the trend of people transacting with each other is driven ...

Schottenviertel | From Friars to Freedom Fighters

In mid-autumn, it is already dark by 19:00 in Vienna. Crossing the Ring at Schottentor, the street glistens under the glow of the streetlamps in the l...

Scenes of Vienna: A View from the Street

It’s surprisingly difficult to give stuff away. Busy city people don’t expect anything offered on the street to compete with what they know, and visit...

Editorial: Reality Strikes Back

Right-Wing Populist Parties Gaining Support Across Europe. Are the EU Leaders Running Out of Time to Respond to Growing Concerns? The day after the V...

Opinion | Life After Schengen

Slaughtering the EU’s sacred cow could renew confidence in the UnionThroughout Europe’s refugee crisis, warnings have proliferated about the threat...

Scenes of Vienna: Boarding the Train of Hope

“Three people in one room want to commit suicide? Stay cool.” What keeps everyone going is the sense of humanity.You sense the Train of Hope cam...

Cover Story: The Sharing Game

From cars to office space, and even livestock, the Collaborative Economy is changing more than how we use things. It’s reinventing how we value proper...

Letters to the Editor – November

A big thank you to our readers for all the wonderful and helpful feedback we’ve been getting. We’re glad to know you are enjoying the magazine and we ...

Profiles: Live a Little

Vienna’s rent is famously low compared to other European capitals. We spoke to four Vienna dwellers – a pilot, an artist, a retired secretary and a yo...
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