British singer-songwriter Benjamin Clementine is blessed with one of the most enchanting and unique voices in modern music. He is also uncompromising in his art. His first album, “At Least For Now”, s...
Media: Delano’s October print edition looks at Luxembourg’s international offspring and how they juggle multiple cultures when they become adults.
The Grand Duchy is famously home to a large international community and plenty of “mixed” couples. So how do their “third culture kids” feel when they become adults? For its October cover story, Delano asks if they identify with Luxembourg or their parents’ culture? And who says they have an accent?
Then check out Delano’s guide to finding and enjoying the good stuff, be it crémant from the Moselle or the best Italian vintages; find out what new PwC chief John Parkhouse told the British Chamber of Commerce about Luxembourg’s financial future; and read original dispatches from Delano writers with the launch of our new “Journal” section.
Also in this issue: a candid moment with Claude Meisch, the education minister; policeman Nicolas Wachs talks about his intense sport and the dangers that are never far away; and members of the American Women’s and British Ladies clubs have some hallowed ideas for you.