Curmudgeon reviews the latest series of Lockdown Austria. Bit parts aplenty, heroes/villains exiting stage (centre) right. Continue reading And just like that, the end of lockdown, as Lockdown Austria Series 4 draws to an anticlimactic close.
Curmudgeon and his wife are invited for lunch by Vienna’s Mayor, Michael Ludwig, along with the rest of the city. Continue reading Unleash the Wiener Gastro Gutschein
Curmudgeon gets dewy-eyed about how he used to buy his records from a man in the pub, who he could trust. Continue reading The need for Handschlagqualität (trustworthiness)
A snap election campaign has taken four months to reach a climax. Curmudgeon has his own take on it all. Continue reading Curmudgeon braces himself for the polls
Austria can be thankful to its President as one of its most famous sons succumbs to illness. Continue reading Three Chancellors and a Funeral
The speed of a top drawer political scandal is frightening (quicker than a Phaeton). Comrade / Komm. Rat Curmudgeon reports on corruption, honey trapping, and milk-based projectiles. Continue reading From earthquakes to milkshakes, May madness abounds
As the heatwave continues, the Sommerloch is over due to a political wedding, the coalition extending the Austrian tradition of Proporz and the debris of another Kirtag, all taking place as the Curmudgeon flees the 19th district for the deep south. Continue reading Didn’t we have a lovely day, the day we didn’t go to Gamlitz…
Curmudgeon reveals the runners and riders in the elections. Continue reading Just over a month to the elections