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Wondering what to do this weekend? Check out these awesome events happening near you!
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On Thursday August 15, 2019 The  KMCC welcomed the Barbarossa Bakery to the Exchange family with the opening of the Barbarossa Bakery in the KMCC Exchange Concessions Mall
Whether this is your first time stationed in a new country, or you’re a PCS-ing pro, navigating the German healthcare system can be overwhelming.
Whether this is your first time stationed in a new country, or you’re a PCS-ing pro, navigating the German healthcare system can be overwhelming.
As much as I love trains, during the tourist season or high demand, they can be as expensive if not more than plane tickets.
The final weekend before the school year begins is often filled with last-minute vacations and day trips. For those living in the U.K., Aug. 24-26 also marks the August bank holiday weekend.
Be on the lookout for The Stars and Stripes September Blitz! Right now through October 3, DoD cardholders throughout Europe can get a great deal that will bring the news straight to their door five days a week. We will also be offering special rates on the digital subscription.
Germans and Americans will come together this weekend to celebrate the two cultures. This is the third year for Ramstein’s German-American Friendship Festival.
If you are a lover of delicious food, wine and cooking shows, the Foodies Festival is perfect for you!
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The August edition of the What’s Up magazine is available now!
Looking for a way to close out the summer with a bang? Cuban Night is an experience you’re sure to be craving!
Living in the KMC and getting tired of movie nights and dinners as your evening plans? Sommernacht in Kaiserslautern is the perfect event to shake things up next weekend!
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Edinburgh Festival Fringe
Aug. 2-26 in Edinburgh, Scotland
Actors, dancers, singers, comedians and other international performing artists take their creative energies to the city streets.
Many people look at flea markets and see old junk long past its due date of usage. But, while one person sees trivial items, another sees a new flower station out of that old baby carriage or a new dry erase board out of that old window.