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5 ways to transition from summer to school

The loud buzzing of alarm clocks and groans of school children will soon fill the early morning air in homes around the area, as most DODEA...

10 helpful hints for navigating Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest kicks off with its customary keg tapping and declaration of “O’zapft is!” by the mayor of Munich on Saturday, Sept. 16.

Pokemon Go: A great way to get outside

One year ago this week, a global phenomenon was created with the release of Pokémon GO.

Walking: good for pets and people

Walking keeps people and pets healthy.

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Riding the rails through former Yugoslavia

Soak in the magical nostalgia of traveling slowly through the heart of the former Yugoslavia by train.

Romantic Paris and Versaille

My heart raced as we made our way through the winding streets and narrow back alleyways of the Montmartre art district, passing patrons who were...

Demonstrations in Koblenz Jan. 20-21

DOD-sponsored personnel are highly encouraged to avoid the Koblenz area Jan. 20-21 due to multiple scheduled demonstrations. On Saturday, Jan.

5 great places to stay in Garmisch-Partenkirchen

With winter finally upon us, it’s time to wax the skis and snowboards and hit the slopes!

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Bastogne memorial march and NUTS weekend

On a cold and wintry day in December 1945, Adolf Hitler launched what was to be one of his last major counteroffensives of World War II.

Secret Roman city of Cologne

The beautiful and historic city of Cologne is known for its Kölsch and grand cathedral. Unknown to many, deep underground lies another facet of this...

Conservation tips for Energy Awareness Month

October is National Energy Awareness Month. Here are some tips to help reduce your carbon footprint and conserve energy.

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