By USAG Public Affairs and the EUCOM Historian’s Office Did you know many of the buildings and housing areas across U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart are memorialized after Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines who served with distinction during our nation’s conflicts. The Craig Family Housing area between Montana Strasse and the
“What do you normally do on the 4th of July in England?” I have been asked on more than one occasion. “Well, nothing, just go to work, it’s just another day,” I normally respond.
Congrats to our Stuttgart thespians for once again coming out on top at ‘Toppers.’ Catch their next show “Hello Girls” at the Kelly Theatre, Friday, May 20 at 7:30 p.m.
From modern art to luxury cars and dinosaurs to local wine, Stuttgart’s museums offer something for everyone.
The Stuttgart “Jazz Open” takes place annually in the heart of downtown Stuttgart becoming one of the first large-scale music events in the city since the start of the COVID pandemic.
A train drivers’ strike will affect passenger services across Germany from Sept. 2-6. Long distance and regional trains (including S-Bahn) operated by Deutsche Bahn will be affected.
The summer reading program is in full swing at the Patch Library!
Swabian customs meant to assure a lucky, prosperous, happy year ahead.