4,500 Dachshund-Related Items at New German Museum

In the German town of Passau, former florists Josef Küblbeck and Oliver Storz have opened a museum dedicated to the delightful daschund, aka the wiener dog or sausage dog. Known as Dackelmuseum, or Dachshund Museum, the destination features 4,500 sausage dog-related items. According to D. Caroline Coile’s assessment in “The Dachshund Handbook,” this particular breed originated in Germany to assist in badger hunts. They were …

Pet Wellness Brand Happy Again’s Joint Care Supplements

Made in Germany to help with canine musculoskeletal issues

A story—and product—quite dear to us, Happy Again is a Berlin-based dog wellness company that we’ve been fans of for years. They’ve formulated a collagen, glucosamine and hyaluronic acid blend and bundled it in a supplement form. Its goal: to help dogs with joint issues to recover and thrive. We started testing Happy Again with Logan (who’s now almost 15 years old) a couple years …

“Letters to Andy Warhol” Traveling Exhibition

Cadillac House sets up shop in the Deutsches Museum before moving on to Dubai

The Cadillac-produced, traveling “Letters to Andy Warhol” exhibition is now calling a small but opulent wing of the grand Deutsches Museum home, under the title of Cadillac House Munich. One of the more well-received private exhibitions in NYC, the show’s move to the German city is notable: Cadillac’s presence in the heart of Bavaria—home town to automotive pillar BMW—makes a statement: a luxury American brand …

The Most Extraordinary Museums in the World

Those who frequent galleries and museums are probably aware of “art fatigue,” but the sense of exhaustion and guilt-ridden boredom surely isn’t possible at more uncommon institutions. National Geographic selected 10 museums from around the world that are truly out of the ordinary—and will make you want to book flights pronto. There’s Cancun’s underwater museum of contemporary art, an institution dedicated to instant ramen, and …

300-Year-Old Murder Mystery Rekindled by Skeleton Discovery

When renovating the Leine Palace (located in Lower Saxony, Germany), workers found bones on the floor. Soon it was determined they were human, and from a long time ago. Now it’s believed the bones could be a clue in a 300-year-old murder mystery involving King George I. The story goes, when King George I was still Georg Ludwig, he lived at Leine Palace with his …