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Die Happy – The Portrait

“How to keep a Band together”

 Die Happy Article - Rhein-Zeitung - Kulturteil 29. Nov. 2010 On Friday, my Die Happy Portrait finally made it into the Mainzer-Rhein-Zeitung (they relaunched today, actually, check it out!!)

The article got published almost unchanged. Only the headline (originally I chose: “‘Die Happy sind ‘Survivor'”) and mainly the first paragraph were changed. Unfortunately that also led to the even suddenly happening in Mainz instead of Frankfurt, but who’s gonna look too closely, right? 😉

You can also read the full Die Happy-Interview and find out who Marta likes to go to bed with ;)!

Also, check out my photo gallery from the Die Happy concert in Frankfurt!


The Art of Missing (news) – Can Newspapers Afford it?

Monday night, “Lobo-Night”, two worlds that rarely meet clashed (and united) in a concrete paper storage basement of Rhein-Zeitung Continue reading

Los Twitteros – The Thrill of Crime and Journalism

Isn’t it interesting? Just when I found a way to keep myself involved (and I mean like really really into it involved) with my internship – it ends 😉

Friday was my last day at the “Mainzer Rhein-Zeitung“. I’ll continue to write of course, but no more non-payed work from now.

So how did I manage to get so much fun out of this internship? Continue reading

If Gutenberg lived for one day…

What if Johannes Gutenberg, the good ol’ Johnny G. was still alive?
Yesterday, his statue was brought back to his home city: Mainz, Germany – only one day after the 542nd anniversary of his death.

What would you tell Johnny, if he was alive today? Since I’m still interning RZMainz (this is my last week), I asked their followers what they would tell the inventor of the printing press:

Read the full article in German:

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