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  • Work less pay hard!

    Work hard, play hard is on its way out. What Generation Z expects from the working world - and how...

    Lucas Palm - Rolling PinOctober 31, 2019
  • The world is an adventure playground

    Most of the time, René Linke is the creative head and managing director of his own catering company. Weddings, anniversaries, company...

    Heike LucasSeptember 19, 2019
  • The chef and his army

    They're young, they're ambitious, they know the sky's the limit. The Guerilla Chefs are a group united by a common attitude...

    Michaela KirschnerAugust 12, 2019
  • On top of the world

    Up on the High Alpine Road in Hochgurgl, Austria, Basilius Praxmarer runs Top Mountain Crosspoint, a combination restaurant, toll station, motorcycle...

    Melissa MagerlJune 24, 2019
  • A quick guide to saving the world

    As any third-grader can probably tell you, the Earth is unique, and it’s a perfect place to live. So why wouldn’t...

    Michaela KirschnerJune 17, 2019
  • Rice, rice, baby

    Many know it as the warm drink from their local running sushi restaurant: Brian Polen and Brandon Doughan have reinvented the...

    Sissy Rabl - Rolling PinMay 31, 2019

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