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To Save the World in Secret

Why has it become so silly to dream about peace? ...
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Anti-Racism on the Big Screen

During the 90s, The Anti Racist Film Days were created in opposition to the growing right-wing extremism in Sweden. In November, it is time for another event, now more relevant than ever. ...
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Yann Tiersen: With Emotions and Instruments

Surprising, magnificence but with a lack of a French touch defined the evening when the French artist Yann Tiersen took the stage at Mejeriet in Lund. The public was lucky to listen to the wonderful songs of Le fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain. ...
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“The Motive Transforms”

In its first exhibition of the Semester, Galleri Pictura looks at two artists who share the same starting point: their immediate surroundings. The artists, Nanna de Wilde and Magnus Alexandersson, have had successful individual exhibitions and now exhibit for the first time together. Having been invited by the ...
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“You party a lot here!”

After the lecture at Studentafton, Lundagård had an interview with Ingrid Betancourt about her theology studies, the party life in Lund and the future for Colombia. ...
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With a sense of the differing

It’s been 12 years since one of the greatest within Swedish photography, Christer Strömholm, passed away. This spring Dunkers Kulturhus in Helsingborg and Moderna Museet in Malmö take a comprehensive approach to his lifework both as an artist and a teacher. ...
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Five Facts about Sweden’s Pride – the Semla

If you haven’t seen a semla so far, you can’t have paid attention lately. The (in)famous cardamom buns, filled with almond paste and cream have been in the shops since the day after Christmas. But it is actually now you should really eat them. ...
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Extraordinary Hip hop

Stor, Linda Pira, The Salazar Brothers. The 15th of February we want to see you getting your groove on at Mejeriet. Svartklubben's Mathilde Bojén will be the first act. She thinks you should go there for the attitude, respect and the lack of house music. ...
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Your Cultural Weekend

What's cooking this weekend? Find out columnist Kate Monson's advices here. ...
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Munch Munch for Swedish Lunch

Why is there a long queue at the SOL cellar? And why is not a simple sandwich enough lunch for the Swedes? Lundagård's columnist Paula Dubbink reflects about the meal at noon. ...
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