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When Emily Rasch fell in love with a German exchange student in the U.S., she knew she couldn’t give him up. So, after two years of dating an ocean apart, they decided to move to Munich. That was six years ago. Here are a few of Emily’s favorite things about the city that’s become her second love.
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By: Ashley Thompson The 175th Munich Oktoberfest draws to a close this Sunday, after a 16-day celebration in which six million or so visitors pack into 14 tents, cheerily clinking and chugging over 1.5 million gallons of beer, and noshing on wursts, obatzda (fatty, spiced cheese), and steckerlfisch (fish on a stick — what I…
Perhaps we’ve got beer on the brain this week, but our ever-wandering contributing editor Andrew Nelson reports that one haven for stein-guzzlers in New Orleans may be in jeopardy: Hurricane Katrina destroyed many historic structures in New Orleans, but the latest storm brewing in the city is over a new hospital that’s threatening yet another…