Monthly Archives: July 2011

ARTwalk Bockenheim


Bockenheim experienced its first ARTwalk on Friday evening. A unique blend of art, music, and café culture, the ARTwalk is sure to find a place in the hearts and calendars of all those who were there. I had a great time catching some of the action. I’m really looking forward to the next one! 1417508121 […]

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Japan v Sweden


Last night I watched Japan beat Sweden in the women’s football world cup semi final here in Frankfurt. It wasn’t actually the first football match I have been to see (the last time was when I saw Burnley play sometime in the late 1970s!) but it felt like a new experience to me. I didn’t […]

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Eat, Drink, Read in Style


In the Sachsenhausen area of Frankfurt, there is a little café called Café-Bar Brücke that sells the most exquisite tarts and cakes to drink with your capuccino in a place with an eclectic style. You can stay later and get scrumalicious home-cooked meals, and they also do some delicious breakfast that I am determined to […]

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Such a cutie!


When my ex-colleague called by this week with her youngest son, I just couldn’t resist taking a couple of photos of him. He is just gorgeous and has blue eyes so deep you could swim in them.

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An Evening of One-Act Plays


Back in May the Frankfurt English Speaking Theatre put on a production called “An Evening of One-Act Plays”, with one of the plays later being taken to the FEATS festival in Geneva. I was asked to take some photos of the actors doing their thing and now the final selection of images has been made […]

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