Oh, American Press, bless your heart

The US State Department released a broad travel advisory for Europe on Sunday. It cautioned Americans who are traveling to Europe to be extra vigilant. ..

A little late to the big protest

I tell you what, let’s forget the fact that you’re coming a little late to the party and embrace the fact that you showed up at all. *
I like a good protest as much as your average expat — much more, probably. ..

Your great-great-great-great-great-grandfather’s Labor Day sale

“The Big One-Day Retail Sale is dead.” If someone told me that, I’d find it quite plausible. ..

Get ready for Schueberfouer!

In just two days, Luxembourg will hold the 670th annual Schueberfouer.
Try to wrap your mind around a tradition that old. More than 30 generations. ..

You know you’ve settled into Europe when…

…you are stunned each time that somebody thinks your Visa has expired because it is dated 04/09/2010.
Culture consists, in part, of the customs that you take for granted. ..

Mysteries of Europe #42: Why oh why?

Anita enjoys visiting Holland, in part because many television programs are subtitled in Dutch but keep their original English audio tracks. ..

A little history of National Day

Tomorrow, June 23, is Luxembourg’s national holiday. The big party is tonight, in anticipation of the torch-parade and the fireworks display just before midnight. ..

Sneak Peek: Comparative Timeline

The Bugle staff have been working on an exciting new project that will give you a new way of looking at the world.

Luxembourg by the numbers: From news352.lu

Anita and I stress the number of non-residents commuting into Luxembourg just about every time we talk about life in Luxembourg. To us, it seems to touch nearly every part of life here. ..

Remain calm and exit the building

I had to run an errand today at the Notary. As I was leaving the building, I found myself behaving like a student at the Midvale School for the Gifted. ..