Tom Dumoulin honored by thousands of people on the Market square in Maastricht city. Continue reading Tom Dumoulin: a humble hero
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Maastricht is the city nearest to where I have lived for the past 8 months or so. Today was a perfect taste of summer. Warm and breezy, beautiful bouncy clouds. We stopped into the new Dr Martens store and listened to some terrible live music in the main square.? The Basilica of Our Lady in Maastricht Looking out over the Maas… Continue reading The First Taste of Summer in Maastricht
On Wednesday the 12th of July, specialists and industry leaders from all over the world come together at the Hotel Management School Maastricht to share their vision on the importance of flavor and tasting in their organizations. Continue reading Taste Summit for the hospitality industry
The first time a Dutch male rider wins the Giro, he also turns out to be from Maastricht. The city is proud of their Tom Dumoulin. Continue reading Tom Dumoulin wins 100th Giro d’Italia
Raymond Mirrer is a conceptual artist and filmmaker residing in Amsterdam. He grew up in Maastricht city, but has his roots in the former Dutch colony, the Dutch East Indies. Raymond posted an article from Jeff Keasberry and his Dutch Indonesian Heritage Cuisine on Facebook, and since we’re enjoying near tropical temperatures this weekend, having an Indische Huzarensalade to come home to from running errands or a day at the beach, is a luxury everyone can afford. Continue reading Dutch-Indo food and hospitality (2)
Four Standing Rock water protectors who advocate against the Dakota Access Pipeline, will participate in a debate about the nuclear plant in Tihange, coming Sunday, May 28th, at the Betahuis in Heerlen. 15 – 17 hrs. Free entrance. Continue reading Standing Rock against Tihange in Heerlen
Ben Pachen is a Maastricht singer-songwriter. He’s fascinated by drinking songs and decided to write one himself: Good Day! Continue reading Good Day!
If you’re not familiar with the Dutch-Indo culture yet, then stay tuned in the following weeks, because we’ll tell you all about it, starting with some ngobrol-ngobrol (chit-chatting) at Toko Jogya. Continue reading Dutch-Indo food and hospitality (1)
Settling in to life in the Netherlands… It’s easy with ACCESS! By Tracey Taylor. “If you are an expat like me, then you’ll know the difficulties that come with moving to a new country. There are always going to be some pesky challenges to deal with – be it cultural differences, language barriers, getting to grips with the local lifestyle or simply finding your way around.” Continue reading It’s easy with ACCESS!
Birgitt Olislagers (26) is a young entrepreneur who spent the last eight years in Amsterdam. She is ready to return to her roots in Maastricht and Maastricht will certainly be ready to embrace this versatile and dynamic young woman. “The beauty of Maastricht is that it has a lot to offer without screaming for attention. When you get to know the city, it can offer you whatever you need at whatever time.” Continue reading Birgitt Olislager’s Maastricht