September 1972. The Munich Olympics. Friedhelm Speck, in his main job Police inspector in a small town near Cologne, Germany, is on location. His job there, while being released from duty for one year: Being in a leading position at the security service in the Olympic Village. Today a very popular residential area, the Village was built from scratch. Like the whole Olympic Park. Still … Continue reading Munich 1972: Friedhelm Speck about working in the Olympic Village – and about Sports and Terror at the Olympics.
For owner Negerito Schöngeist it is a question of new ideas. His gas station always needs to be activated in new ways, he says. “I once had the first station with a professional coffee brewer.” Now it is an art offspace. A place for art, other than a gallery or museum. And a place the city of Cologne has not enough of, as Elfi Scho-Antwerpes … Continue reading Art in a former Carwash: Exhibition by Photo Artist Sebastian Trägner
The distance from the shops to the two Cologne schools is about 1.6 kilometers. It is the distance that pupils and teachers line up to to transport convenience goods. Goods that they have bought with donations they collected in the weeks before. For the transport to the suffering people in the Ukraine Menschenfreude e.V., a German benevolent society, provides various vans and other vehicles. Its … Continue reading Ant Trail of People: How German Pupils collect Donations for People of the Ukraine