Kommod
By Antonia Kögl & Benedikt Steinle Few places in Vienna emanate the warmth of Kommod – a wonderful architectural gem, the former bakery in the 8th district boasts an elaborate stucco façade with depictions of baskets brimming with bread and master bakers plying their trade. Inside, the old, varnished interior panels are carved with floral patterns while the tables are set into […]
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Weinzirl
The orchestra hammers the final cadence, the curtain falls and the audience breaks into pandemonium – there is nothing like the thrill of performing live! After giving your audience your all and nothing is left, your stomach can growl loud enough to drown out the applause – so let’s eat! Being an artist in Vienna is special – here […]
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Vienna at night
The Still of the Night by Dardis McNamee Some come to Vienna wishing it were Rome or Madrid, bistro nights in Trestevere, or partying on the Barrio de Las Letras. Vienna’s so quiet. Where’s the action? The answer is, underground, or on the roof, in an old warehouse, or under the arches of the Stadtbahn. Or simply, inside. In […]
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Launching a music career
So, you’re a good musician. They even give you roses. But not much bread. Now what?
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The longest-running piece of musical theater of all time, Die Fledermaus captures an era, and (perhaps) the way Austrians like to see themselves.
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Zell am See
Zell am See is a bastion of easy-going tradition and snowy delights with big changes on the horizon
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Frieser
Silvia Frieser and the Viennese Opera Ball in New York
Esrap by Daniel Shaked -2857
You’ve probably been to “Tschuschistan” and you didn’t even know it. There is no border and you don’t need a passport. But if you’ve ever bought an eggplant at Brunnenmarkt, eaten ćevapi in Balkanika, tasted a sugary baklavain Restaurant Kent or sipped black coffee from a demitasse on Yppenplatz in Vienna’s 16th district, you’ve been there. It’s where the siblings Enes […]
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Karlsplatz
Vienna’s historic and spiritual city center may be Stephansplatz, but its actual pulsating heart is Karlsplatz.
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