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Results tagged with 'Germany'

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Sheboygan, Johnsonville Sausage say 'nein' to Germany

Published April 18, 2014

Sheboygan-based Johnsonville Sausage LLC says it is "as much amused as it is surprised" that the European Union, in negotiating the terms of a new trade deal with the United States, is pushing to trademark several different foods - including bratwurst - that have originated in an EU country.

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Powerful new Amitai work rooted in family and world history

Published Dec. 30, 2013

There's almost nothing that can transport you back in time like the now-and-then photo duo. For the child of immigrants, like Milwaukee artist and musician Paul Amitai - now based in Brooklyn - the chance to take a fresh look at storied places has an even more profound meaning.

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Europe, consider yourself traipsed across

Published Oct. 15, 2013

I'm back from Europe and jet-lagged, but only a little. 23 hours with my eyelids open for business, and when they closed, they stayed that way for another 12. I think I've recovered, but I might be in a swoon later today. I didn't realize the miles we covered and still don't have the official numbers, but it will be in the 7,000 mile range.

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Place is loaded with rustic charm

Published Oct. 13, 2013

"Place is loaded with rustic charm" is one of my favorite lines from Mose Allison's "Parchman Farm." I myself need some non-rustic charm, and I think we've found it in Mülheim An Der Ruhr, a great urban area with handsome two and three story brownstones. We just landed at the Garten Hotel, a place that has amenities like working wi-fi and non-lumpy beds.

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Live and let die

Published Oct. 11, 2013

I don't think I could live here. My mood disorder would be lit up all the time. Everywhere you look, it's die die die, the German word for "the." It's a constant morbid preposition.

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Warren Buffett, Money & Power

Back in the 1980s, a very successful ad campaign for investment adviser E.F. Hutton featured variations on a crowded room - an airport, cocktail reception or restaurant. When one person mentioned to another that ‘E.F. Hutton says...' the room would suddenly become silent as everyone tried t...


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