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  1. Boo at the Zoo!, Fishtown Flea, 'Cabaret,' and other things to do in Philadelphia, October 20 to 26Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday |

    The Fishtown Flea is here again, bringing even more local, indie crafters to the neighborhood. In addition to small businesses selling everything from ethically sourced clothes, handcrafted ceramics and jewelry to leather goods and succulent arrangements, this event boasts small, Philly-based food vendors such as Hello Donuts, Dr. Wutzit's Wonder Balls, and Kono Pizza, which exclusively makes cone-shaped pizza and pastries.


  2. Jenoptik shows photonics technologies in processingRead the original story

    Yesterday | Plastics News

    Jena, Germany-based Jenoptik Automatisierungstechnik GmbH is presenting contact-free laser-based cutting, welding and perforation system solutions for automotive exterior and interior parts at Fakuma. These include 3D CO2 lasers with power up to 5 kilowatts, capable of cutting unpainted or Class A surface quality painted bumper fascia at up to 500 millimeters per second with +/-500 m precision in Votan BIM equipment.


  3. Studio Theatre's A Bright Room Called Day is lots of talkRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | St. Albert Gazette

    REVIEW A Bright Room Called Day Studio Theatre Runs until Saturday, Oct. 21 Timms Centre for the Arts 87 Ave. and 112 St. Tickets: $12 to $25. Call 780-492-2495 or online at There is no doubt American playwright Tony Kushner's A Bright Room Called Day playing at the Timms Centre asks many questions.


  4. Union calls for talks after PSA cuts jobs at Vauxhall plant in UKRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 16 | Automotive News

    Union leaders at PSA Group's Ellesmere Port factory in England, which builds Opel/Vauxhall Astras, are calling for talks with the French automaker and the UK government after PSA said it will cut a quarter of the workforce. PSA, which finalized its purchase of Opel/Vauxhall from General Motors in August, has said it will cut 400 jobs at the factory due to falling demand, confirming a report about the losses in Automotive News Europe .


  5. PSA to Cut Jobs at U.K. Vauxhall Plant Amid Brexit UncertaintyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 16 | Bloomberg

    PSA Group , the French automaker that purchased the Vauxhall and Opel brands, plans to cut 400 jobs at a U.K. plant in Ellesmere Port to adapt production to falling sales. The site needs to improve its competitiveness to match the company's plants in France, a PSA spokesman said by phone Monday, confirming an earlier report by Automotive News.


  6. Rick Steves: Visiting Germany's LutherlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 14 | Kenosha News

    It's a land of half-timbered villages, rolling hills and fanciful castles - and where Luther's bold attempts to reform the Catholic Church launched the Protestant Reformation. This month marks the 500th anniversary of this event, which, along with the Renaissance and as part of the rise of humanism, contributed greatly to the birth of our modern world.


  7. German biopharma company InflaRx racks up $55 mln Series DRead the original story

    Friday Oct 13 | PE Hub

    Germany-based InflaRx , a developer of new therapeutics "in the terminal complement space," has secured $55 million in Series D funding. The investors included Bain Capital Life Sciences LP, Cormorant Asset Management LLC and RA Capital Management LLC .


  8. Solo exhibition of new sculptures from Claire Liebermam opens at Massey Lyuben GalleryRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 11 | Art Daily

    Massey Lyuben Gallery is presenting UDBO Playground, a solo exhibition of new sculptures from Claire Lieberman. Lieberman's forms are reminiscent of childhood: Arranged in a tic-tac-toe game, these ballooning toy grenades and curvaceous flowers with titles like Star Fleet, Funny Hat, and Radio exude a sweet, playful quality.


  9. Luther's moment approaches: Oct. 31 marks 500th anniversary of Protestant ReformationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 11 | Stars and Stripes

    For the world's roughly 800 million Protestants, a small corner of eastern Germany is their spiritual home - a place that takes on added importance this year, the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. Covering an area roughly 150 miles long, so-called Luther Country is the birthplace and longtime home of religious rebel Martin Luther.


  10. BASF admits to supplying contaminated TDI to 50 customersRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 11 | Plastics News

    BASF SE has admitted to supplying 50 customers in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region with toluene diisocyanate contaminated with dichlorobenzene in August and September. The company confirmed the situation after Switzerland's Conzzetta AG, which owns customer FoamPartner, and Belgian foamer Recticel, issued statements overnight.


  11. Study up: A Reformation anniversary reading listRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 10 | The Gazette

    As the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation is celebrated later this month, that seems to be the case. Just as printing presses rushed to distribute copies of the 95 Theses that Luther reportedly nailed to a church door on Oct. 31, 1517, publishers have released a number of books in the past year on Luther, his fellow Reformers and the lasting impact of his action, which ultimately led to the schism in Christianity between Catholics and Protestants.


  12. Betty Buckley, Shaina Taub, this Alien Nation and More Coming Up This Month at Joe's PubRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 10 |

    Joe's Pub at The Public has announced its nightly performances from October 11-22, 2017, including This Alien Nation, Betty Buckley , Shaina Taub , Weimar New York and more. Scroll down for details! Each month, at one of New York's finest venues, some fish-out-of-water tell true tales from their lives.


  13. Wales Millennium Centre to Make Bam Debut with Manfred Karge's Man to ManRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 10 |

    The Wales Millennium Centre will make its BAM debut with Manfred Karge 's 1982 German masterpiece, Man to Man, a classic Weimar-era survival story, running November 7-11, 2017. The one-woman play tells the story of Ella, a working-class woman forced to adopt the identity of her dead husband in order to survive in Weimar Germany.


  14. SHOOTING: Silver medal for GoodwinRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 10 | Hereford Times

    DISABLED clay shooter Mathew Goodwin has claimed a silver medal at the World Shooting Para-sport World Cup in Lonato. Over the five qualification rounds, the British number one finished in first place, gaining a place on the six-man final.


  15. If Corker's colleagues agree, they must impeach TrumpRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 9 | New York Daily News

    It is no longer just President Trump's critics who are calling him out for his ignorance and ineptitude. His own secretary of state, Rex Tillerson, has apparently called him a "moron," and now the Republican chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Sen. Bob Corker, has said, "It's a shame the White House has become an adult day care center" and warned that Trump may put us on "the path to World War III."


  16. 'Luther Country' in Germany marks 500th anniversary of Protestant ReformationRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 8 | The Honolulu Advertiser

    This living room of the Luther House in Wittenberg is where heated theology discussions would have taken place during Luther's popular Table Talks with other religious scholars and guests. Luther's Death House in Eisleben houses a museum with more than 100 authentic artifacts, including historic furniture, documents and the original cloth that covered Luther's coffin.


  17. How August Sander and Otto Dix Recorded Fascism's RiseRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 8 | Hyperallergic

    Questions posed in a two-artist exhibition at Tate Liverpool reflect back on our own politically desperate era, often with eerie resonance. August Sander, "Turkish Mousetrap Salesman" , photograph, gelatin silver print on paper, 260 x 191 mm, ARTIST ROOMS Tate and National Galleries of Scotland.


  18. Treasures: Charming vase has storied German rootsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 7 | New Jersey Herald

    This has been in my family for almost 100 years. What can you tell me about my vase shown in the enclosed photographs? It is marked with the numbers 1436 over 23 and then with a raised shield or medallion with a crown over the initials "RW."


  19. Calaveras County public TV pioneer diesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 6 | The Union Democrat

    Donations in honor of Moeller can be sent to the Calaveras Community Foundation's Martha and Paul Moeller Fund at P.O. Box 1436, Angels Camp, CA, 95222, or to Calaveras County Public Access Television at P.O. Box 2064, San Andreas, CA, 95249. Paul Moeller, co-founder of Calaveras Community Television, died on Sept.


  20. BC-RNS-REFORMATION-PILGRIMSRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 5 | The Gazette

    EISENACH, Germany _ As the American pilgrims approached Wartburg Castle, they let their imagination rewind five centuries to the night when Martin Luther was ``kidnapped'' by masked horsemen and hustled deep into the forest. The German monk-turned-reformer's life was in danger after his writings were deemed heretical by Roman Catholic leaders and he gave his defiant ``Here I stand'' speech at the Diet of Worms, so a prince who was concerned about his safety ordered the abduction.