Veterinary Medical Center Europe, located on Pulaski Barracks, has expanded their services and is offering appointments on the first Saturday of each month for routine wellness, vaccination, and health certificate exams for DoD ID card holders, and their beneficiaries, in the Kaiserslautern Milit
For many, Easter is a sacred holiday for commemorating Christ’s resurrection. It’s also viewed as a chance to welcome spring. In Germany, that is no different than in the United States. However, our host nation offers its own customs and traditions. Here are some you may experience.
This summer, in commemoration of the 75th anniversary of D-Day, June 6th 1944, The Patton Alliance, Patton Legacy Sports and the town of Carentan are organizing a game of flag football featuring the “Screaming Eagles” of the 101st Airborne versus The "All American Division” of the 82nd Airborne....
The secret is out! Well, not so much; it’s been widely noted that olives are considered a fruit. If you didn't know, you know now. In fact, the small grape shaped ovals that are delicious whether they're green or black, are actually healthy for you.
No two eggs are identical, and the same can be said about Easter traditions and markets across Europe. The spring holiday is greeted with excitement each year, as bright and cheerful colors help chase away the gray of winter.
The fastest growing sport in American is Cornhole, where you throw a 1lb corn seed filled sack toward a 4’x1’ platform with a 6” hole from 30’ away. Anyone age 9-75 can do it (my daughter plays (9) and my German neighbor Inge plays (75). It’s an opportunity to mostly stand, sometimes throw next to...
Easter markets in Germany are filled with explosions of colors along with decorated stalls, mouthwatering food, precious crafts and of course, ornate Easter eggs. Get out of hibernation and welcome the anticipated spring season by heading to these five Easter markets!