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Juliane Girl

Hey, It's Juliane. I'm from the north of Germany where I study culture, language, and media. At the moment I'm working as an editor with Babylon Radio.

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Top 5 Events for the Weekend

By Juliane Girl / February 15, 2019

Organ Freeman – Jazz Sunday Organ Freeman is an Irish jazz organ trio. They specialise in the music of the bebop and hard bop idioms of the early 1950s and 60s. Playing standards by composers such as Miles Davis, Sonny Rollins, Wayne Shorter, and many more in the classic organ trio format. The trio are […]

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How does the World celebrate Valentine’s Day?

By Juliane Girl / February 14, 2019

On the 14th of February, we are celebrating another Valentine’s Day. It is the day of the year when couples are wrapping their last gifts and singles are piling up their wine bottles. It is one of those holidays that has become a major event in western culture. According to Hallmark, the oldest and largest […]

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Top 3 Events for February the 13th

By Juliane Girl / February 13, 2019

Opening Gala: Bray Comedy Festival They have crammed some of the heavyweights of Irish comedy all into the one show to kick off Bray Comedy Festival in style. Hosted by Bray Comedy Festival legend Karl Spain, catch Kevin McGahern (former host of Republic of Telly), John Colleary (The Savage Eye), impressionist Al Foran and Barry […]

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Congress reached deal over border wall funding

By Juliane Girl / February 12, 2019

On Monday, Democrats and Republicans reached an agreement over the controversial funding of the border wall with Mexico. However, the settlement only contains a small amount of the $5.7bn demanded by Trump, and does not specifically determine a concrete wall. Republican Senator Richard Shelby said: “Our staffs are going to be working feverishly to put […]

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Top 3 Events for Monday 11th

By Juliane Girl / February 11, 2019

TAF Launch Night: Sound Cavern Come celebrate the opening of Trinity Arts Festival 2019! Join in the GMB CHAMBER for a night of music and live performances. The Sound Cavern will feature four fantastic live acts. Judith Robinson is a 3rd-year music and drama student, and her most recent performance was singing at the National […]

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Top 5 Events for the Weekend

By Juliane Girl / February 8, 2019

Spring Festival Fair The hugely-popular Spring Festival Fair returns to The chq Building for two days of free, family-friendly fun. Inspired by Chinese temple fairs, or ‘Miaohui’, the event combines performances, workshops, storytelling, screenings, demonstrations, and games, plus tasty food stalls and special appearances by hugely popular sugar painting artist Mr Binbin Liu. Come along […]

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International Organization for Migration – IOM

By Juliane Girl / February 7, 2019

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is the leading body dealing with migration issues worldwide. Running 393 offices in 169 member states it works closely together with governmental and non-governmental partners. Its main goal is to assure a “humane and orderly migration”.   Especially in the past few years, Europe has increasingly been faced with […]

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Germany restricts Facebook Data Collection

By Juliane Girl / February 7, 2019

Germany’s Federal Cartel Office has ruled that Facebook is no longer allowed to combine collected data from WhatsApp, Instagram, and third-party sources with the user’s Facebook profiles. In future, Facebook has to get the individuals permission to collect and combine this data. The watchdogs carried out an inquiry determining whether Facebook abuses its market leadership. […]

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Top 3 for Wednesday the 6th

By Juliane Girl / February 6, 2019

Read it Before You See it This is a monthly book club where they read books that are about to make the jump to the big (or small) screen. It is open to all and free of charge but they ask that you book a space so that they know how many to expect. So […]

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China celebrates the Lunar New Year

By Juliane Girl / February 5, 2019

Yesterday, China welcomed the year of the pig with a stunning mixture of costumes, decorations, and traditional performances. Fireworks and lanterns lit up the sky accompanied by beautiful visuals of charcoal-spinning artists. Also, the traditional dragon dances took place all around China. The Chinese New Year is celebrated on February the 5th and festivities end […]

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