Music Video Friday: October 24

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We love music at German Pulse and every Friday we will try to highlight one or two music videos from a German singer/band.  We’ll try to get the newest releases so you can check out the latest hits from Germany. If the song is available in the US at the time of posting, there will be […]

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Celebrate The Best 10 Days In Sausage History In New Braunfels, TX

For 53 years, the town of New Braunfels, TX has been celebrating one of the icons on Germany… sausage. It began as the “Sausage Festival,” then “Wurst Week,” and now it has become a 10-day “Wurstfest” from November 7-16. Wurstfest has become one of the largest German cultural celebrations in America, and with 10 days of […]

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Enchanted Halloween and Lantern Parade for Children in L.A.

Holiday celebrations are approaching slowly and we know that the year is coming to an end whether we like it or not. The countdown starts out with the American celebration of Halloween on October 31, which is a much more fun way to start into November than the observation of our German holidays Allerseelen and […]

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BuzzFeed Brings Cat Videos and Quizzes To Germany With Localized Site

Hate it or love it, BuzzFeed has taken over the internet with its viral content, seeming to mainly consist of cat content and quizzes you never knew you needed to take. While the American site has captured audiences around the world, BuzzFeed launched a localized site for German audiences, who may or may not have […]

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Music Video Friday: October 17

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We love music at German Pulse and every Friday we will try to highlight one or two music videos from a German singer/band.  We’ll try to get the newest releases so you can check out the latest hits from Germany. If the song is available in the US at the time of posting, there will be […]

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German Minecraft User Creates Interactive In-Game iPhone

Part of the popularity of the hit indie game Minecraft is the ability for its users to create an endless possibility of worlds and objects using the in-game 3D textured blocks, giving players complete freedom to create some impressive content. One German player showed off the extent of this freedom by painstakingly recreating an interactive […]

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‘Berlin 1945′ Book Offers Look at the Aftermath of WWII In Rare Photo Collection

You’d think you know everything about postwar Berlin, but you are wrong. Berlin in the years after 1945 is seen as a city divided among the four Allies—America, Great Britain, France, and the Soviet Union—but it was the Soviet Army only that conquered Berlin in April and May 1945 and that controlled the whole city […]

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First Spying Drones Were Invented Over 100 Years Ago In Germany

Drones are now commonplace in warfare today to capture images of high risk areas, and while many may see these unmanned aircrafts as a recent invention, the idea was in use over 100 years ago during World War I by the German military. Instead of aircrafts, which weren’t around during the early 19th century, homing […]

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Music Video Friday: October 10

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We love music at German Pulse and every Friday we will try to highlight one or two music videos from a German singer/band.  We’ll try to get the newest releases so you can check out the latest hits from Germany. If the song is available in the US at the time of posting, there will be […]

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German-American Trio Win Nobel Prize in Chemistry For Pushing Limits of Microscopes

On Wednesday the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announced that the winners of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry was being awarded to a trio of scientists, Eric Betzig and William Moerner from the United States and Germany’s Stefan Hell, for their work in advancing the visible scope of microscopes. The groundbreaking results accomplished what was believed to be beyond […]

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