“Funerals were far more common than circumcisions, bar mitzvah celebrations or weddings. To believe in the future Jewish life in Wiesbaden was then by no means uncontroversial in the community and in the rest of the Jewish world.”
Trees’ leaves lightly shudder in the spring breeze as sheep graze along the hillside. The air is clean and crisp. A hoopoe bird swoops by, wings outstretched, showing off its detailed coloring, a rare sight in the city.
For many military spouses it can be extremely challenging to deal with separation. Separation not only plays a role during deployment, long work days and challenging work times can take a toll on some marriages.
Waffles, and chocolate, and Tin-Tin! Oh my! Nestled on the borders of the Netherlands, Germany, Luxembourg and France, is a unique country not as well known as its larger neighbors – Belgium.
Don’t forget to set clocks ahead one hour before going to bed
Ami Rose Heiges, a local Girl Scout cadette and Wiesbaden Middle School student was presented the Girl Scout Silver Award in a special ceremony at the Hainerberg chapel, Jan. 6.
Among a field of thousands, two U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden community members emerged as winners in the 2015 Army Digital Photo Contest.
It’s the usual story – with a twist.
Boy and girl neighbors fall in love. Their parents connive to bring them together with disastrous results. Exhilarating events ensue.