If you are new to Luxembourg or have not yet had the chance to visit the the Musée d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean or Mudam for short, here's some happy news for you. Every Wednesday night, from 6pm to 11pm, Luxembourg's modern art museum opens its doors to the public for a free after-work event in... Continue Reading →
Photo: Screenshot of HoE website If you have lived in Luxembourg or the Greater Region for a while, you know that local authorities are investing a great deal of resources into making the country more digital, entrepreneurial and generally more innovative in all of its approaches. Since 2016, the Grand Duchy has even built a... Continue Reading →
This is just a small glimpse of how much Venice has to offer. Having spent 3 days in the Venetian lagoon, I didn't have enough time to see everything in the area. I highly recommend it as a weekend get-away, nonetheless if you want to travel around the somewhat lesser known islands of Murano, Burano,... Continue Reading →
Romanian amateur theatre club 'L'Avant-scène is soon to present its latest production - an adaptation of Carlo Goldoni's 'The Boors' - at Luxembourg's cultural hotspot 'neimënster' in Grund. Staged on March 2nd and March 3rd 2016 in Salle Robert Krieps, the play will be performed in Romanian, with French subtitles. Tickets Tickets cost 20 euros... Continue Reading →
“Employing a disabled person is not an act of charity, it is potentially a wise business decision” (Evenbreak 2014). Besides the many moral, ethical and legal reasons why organisations should consider employing disabled people, the business case for it has largely been neglected. A persisting myth among employers is that employing disabled people is an expensive... Continue Reading →
Dear fellow bloggers and followers, I wish you all a Happy Easter! Thanks for joining me in this adventure!
All photos were taken by © Roxana Mironescu on March 14 and March 15, 2015 @ LuxExpo in Luxembourg, during the Migrations Festival. For more information on Time For Equality, please click here. To know more about the Migrations Festival, an annual event held in Luxembourg, click here. All photos were taken by © Roxana... Continue Reading →
I discovered this band, Lenacay, from Barcelona, at this year's Migrations Festival @ Luxexpo in Luxembourg, on Saturday night when they played a nice fusion of flamenco, rock and rumba music. I am a big fan of flamenco and latin music, therefore, their music appealed to me instantly, but irrespective of one's music tastes, the lead... Continue Reading →