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  1. @RenegadeFurther and I are planning on meeting up sometime this month.   Since I had a bit of success getting a monthly thing going in Stuttgart, I figured I'd try it here.   Would there be any interest in a monthly meetup starting (let's say) the 17th or 18th of Jan.?   Please post any positive responses here, even if you can't make the first meeting, and whether a Wed. or a Thurs. would work better for you!   Cheers DAMNites.
  2. Can't believe a whole month has gone by - wheredigo?   If any translators – pro, part-time or aspiring – feel like casting off the fetters binding them to their desks and emerging blinking into the real world, you’re welcome to join us at our meetups.   Dates and days are irregular but we try to meet once a month, usually somewhere relaxed with nice food and drink. We have our favourite locations but are always open to new suggestions about where to meet.   Subjects discussed are usually wide-ranging, as befits the enormous scope of stuff we translate; or sometimes we just get drunk and moan about clients. Come one, come all. Roll up, roll up.   This is also open to translators who don't have fetters, agoraphobia or workaholism, by the way. If you exist.   Click the "Follow this" button top right to receive updates via email.   See also discussion archive of previous translators' meetups.
  3. Berlin Creatives Meetup is back in 2018.    Are you a visual artist, musician, writer, designer, filmmaker, or something in between? Then come and have a relaxed drink with other creatives based in Berlin.    This gathering is held in English, but all nationalities of course welcome.    When: Thurs, Jan 11th at 20:00 until we feel like leaving Where: Bar Gagarin, Knaackstr. 22, 10405 Berlin How will you find us? We will be sitting at the table with a lemon on it Facebook invite (over 700 members in our group, we have been meeting since 2009):   Look forward to meeting you, Christina and Madhvi    
  4. Hi Guys! I am new in Munich, and want to make some friends, I don't speak very good German, so I created an event every Thursday to make new friends who are new in Munich and who speak English too!   I have created the events for the last two weeks, and it was a success! More than 20 people came, we have friends from Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, Middle East, Mexico, Hungary, Chinese and local German!   Our next meet up will be hold on this Thursday in Augustiner-Bräustuben Address: Landsbergerstr. 19, 80339 Munich, Germany Time: 18:30 Thursday, 21-Sep-2017 Table is reserved, please look for Ms Lai ( Frau Lai) to find us!   If you want to know more about the event, please check our event on Facebook:   Please join the the group to join the event! Can't wait to see you!  
  5. The Art of Identity

    Sobicocoa 21.Nov.2017 THE ART OF IDENTITY A workshop of exploration and expression.   Through an evening of uplifting discussions & supported self-inquiry, the Art of Identity is designed to help you access the past, live into the present, and attract a more compelling future informed by your desires. Tuesday, Nov. 21 at Sobicocoa 7:30pm Tuesday, Nov. 28 at Sobicocoa 7:30pm Cafe Sobicocoa • Georgenstraße 48 • Maxvorstadt  
  6. Oh, the city offers so many amazing things to the new comers apart from the cultural shock of course.   But being the city of many nationalities, which it is, it will be interesting to catch-up with people who have just moved in and their experience in this fascinating city or with people who have been here for a couple of years and are looking to interact over a coffee/ beer/ wine etc,   I do not know the topics which we should be discussing to start with but Wine & Beer should definitely help   So let's meet up. We can decide on a place based on a consensus