Day: October 12, 2018

  • If I do not understand feminism, is that bad | TIME ONLINE

                         content                                                                                       Page 1 – If I do not understand feminism, that's bad                                                                                                                                                                        Page 2 – The F-word has an image problem                                                                               Read on a page               In my book club was the female principle in the past week. This is the new work by New York author Meg Wolitzer. So you… Continue reading "If I do not understand feminism, is that bad | TIME ONLINE"

  • Style Advice: How to Match Tattoos and Job

       Katharina Starlay Wala remedies / Stephanie Schweigert Katharina Starlay is a fashion designer, image consultant and member of the German Knigge Council. In lectures, seminars and individual consultations, she coaches all around clothing style and business cronies. Since 2002, she also advises companies on their external appearance and develops style guides and company clothing. She writes books and publishes… Continue reading "Style Advice: How to Match Tattoos and Job"

  • Shortly before the election bang | TIME ONLINE

                         content                                                                                       Page 1 – Shortly before the election bang                                                                                                                                                                        Page 2 – Seehofers maybe the last speech                                                                               Read on a page               The CSU base applauds a man who does not even stand for election: Austria's Chancellor Sebastian Kurz came to Munich from Vienna. He has sat between CSU leader Horst… Continue reading "Shortly before the election bang | TIME ONLINE"

  • After Sojus Misstart: Russia Rapidly Bringing Space Travelers to the ISS

    After the breakdown of the launch of a Soyuz rocket, Russia and the US again want to fly manned flights to the International Space Station           "We will try to give preference to starting the next crew," said Sergei Krikaljov of the Russian space agency Roskosmos on Friday           Moscow. The US authority NASA wants to continue to transport their astronauts with… Continue reading "After Sojus Misstart: Russia Rapidly Bringing Space Travelers to the ISS"