Posts tagged aarhus
No argument beats a pointing pipe - Lakor Aarhus

I Graven finder du Lakor – en lille mande-hule, hvor interiøret glimter af Cold Hawaiis surferstemning, Skagensmalere, Udkants Danmark, urban street- og graffiti-kultur, lakridspiber og en god portion kreativitet, humor og fantasi (OBS – piger er også velkomne!)

In Graven you can find Lakor – A small man-cave, where the content exudes a cool mix of references to Jutland’s surf-hub Cold Hawaii, the Iconic Danish “Skagen painters”, urban street and graffiti culture, liquorish pipes and a solid portion of humor, imagination and creativity (btw girls are also welcome!).

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The Heart of Aarhus’ Economy Beats in The suburbs

David Holt Olsen wonders why the story of the working-man is no longer a part of the city’s self-image and he goes on to explain how today, the old factories and industrial complexes in the city center, have closed down and been converted into creative and cultural institutions – such as Godsbanen and the old Ceres Brewery. However, this does not mean that the industry is no longer active; on the contrary, Aarhus has an extremely active industry – it has simply moved to the suburbs. It is not gone, just out of sight, and so, we don’t regard it as part of the narrative of Aarhus 2017.  

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