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Tuesday, January 23, 2018
We met with Cold War expert Oliver Rathkolb to talk about the city’s spy-filled past and how it’s impossible to keep a secret in ViennaIt’s hard to spend time in Vienna’s intellectual or academic circles without bumping into Oliver Rathkolb. Director of the Institute of Contemporary History at the...
She gets high on people daring to say “I do”. This bubbly expat has dedicated her livelihood to capturing celebrations of loveMichelle Mock, Wedding Photographer “When they’re saying their vows, I still get a little choked up. It’s two who have found each other in a world of so many people, saying ‘I do,’ come hell...
Design is not just a profession, it's a way of life. Whether it's on the runway, backstage, on the go or online, these designers both live and love what they doFashion DesignerSusanne Bisovsky’s salon is like a secret garden. But the blossoms here come in bouquets of crocheted flowers,...
On our path to a knowledge society, understanding the world around us is ever more importantOn any given day, 50 to 60 people vie for Ali Mahlodji’s time at his offices in the 4th district. So I was a bit confused when Ali (“Call me Ali!”) asked me to...
In our May issue, we teamed up with AustrianStartups to ask twelve Austrian founders to pick their local hero from the startup ecosystem.Today we feature Tourradar co-founder Travis Pittman and his hero, Oliver Holle of SpeedInvest.  Travis Pittman / Tourradar  Role: Co-Founder & CEO What they do: TourRadar is an online marketplace...
Executive City Councillor Renate Brauner on living well, quotas for women, and why the American dream is nonsensePeople notice when she walks into a room. Something in the combination of her warm demeanor, calm en- thusiasm and infectious laugh catches people off guard. Born in Favoriten to a German father...
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The controversial performance artist Hermann Nitsch invited us to visit in Prinzendorf to discuss art, nature, death and wine“In art you don’t have ‘ideas’,” Hermann Nitsch said across his sitting-room table. “You work something out. Ideas are for swindlers.”For over six decades, Nitsch has been “working out” his artistic...
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