Wiesbaden Lord Mayor Sven Gerich gestures and expresses grand excitement as the parade gets sparks up. Fasching events consumed the community and entertained many as Mainz-Kastel/Kostheim kicked things off Feb. […]
New this year, and replacing the worldwide IVV calendar, is the IVV-Europa 2015 Calendar. This volksmarching calendar provides event information in 19 European countries, to include Germany, and is available for €10 from the DVV Awards Officer. Small, pocket-sized calendars for France, Luxembourg, and Belgium may be available for €2 or €3 at events in those countries.
Playing with dolls is no longer just for little girls. When it comes to American Girl dolls, it’s a community affair, and even for some a chance at revival.
Competition heats up at the Chili Cook-off, hosted by Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers and the USO Feb. 10 at the Warrior Zone. Air Force Staff Sgt. Jaime Ciciora won first place with her white chicken chili; Spc. Julia King took second and the team of Jan Parker, Malia Taiafi and Barbara Rojas’s “six-pack chili,” which included candied paprika bacon and fresh handmade tortillas on the side took third. The top three winner went away with chili-themed cooking utensils and an assortment of hot sauces. See Ciciora’s award-winning recipe below.
Liberators, engineers, warriors and musicians — the U.S. Army is called to be many things, but “art curators” is rarely one of them.
A weekend of Fasching events kicked off with the storming of the local town hall in Mainz-Kastel/Kostheim Feb. 14 as action was underway promptly at 11:11 a.m. U.S. community officials reinforced the town hall’s defense until the fools took over. See more photos from the Fasching parades in Wiesbaden and Mainz on page 14.
The name itself conjures up images of rich cakes dripping with whipped cream in cozy coffeehouses; wealthy royals waltzing through gilded, glamorous palaces; and general decadence and opulence. It’s all this and more.
Unburdened boundaries unveil beaches, open air and a close look at culture