Jennifer Cornick

Jennifer Cornick
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Jennifer Cornick is a contributor to METROPOLE and avid reader. When she isn't writing, she can be found in Vienna's English bookstores.

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Where to buy new English books in Vienna

Every Wednesday night, culture vultures stream to Albert & Tina to enjoy an after-work event merging art, drinks and music. The hypnotic beat of house music lures tourists from their picture-perfect photo ops and up the grand staircase, joining the after-work crowd …


The desire for real things in real time lies deep in the human psyche argues David Sax in The Revenge of Analog.

A fast-food confidential on McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc.

Eurocature, the annual conference and exhibition of caricature artists, brings together international talent to create spitting images.

The Tiger Lillies promote their latest album A Cold Night in Soho.


Pharma’s Market: The pharmaceutical industry has played an important role in Austria’s economic growth. But the challenge remains to find a balance between regulation and competitive pricing.

Barry Jenkins’ Oscar winner – Moonlight – tackles contemporary issues, captivating critics and festival audiences

Back by popular demand, Open House Theatre goes Wilde with The Importance of Being Earnest.

Martin Scorsese brings his passion project, Silence, to the screen.

We channeled our inner Mary Berry to bring you the best of Vienna’s Krapfen selection.

Vivid color, audacious dance moves and spirited show tunes define a genre making a modern comeback.

The Okanagan Hockey Academy turns out talented players in St. Pölten, hoping to win over Austria and Europe.

The legendary soundtrack composer goes on tour, celebrating 60 years of music.

While Austrian law requires most stores in Vienna to lock their doors on Sundays and holidays, there are a few exceptions allowed.

For many new expats in Vienna, getting used to commerce-free Sundays in Austria can be a challenge. But those those who’ve been here a while come to recognize its upsides.

The prolific artist’s collaborations with other notables underline the significance of participation

Vienna is teeming with ancient goodies and there are plenty of experts to help distinguish the Wedgwood from the deadwood.

The deadly rivalry between the Sharks and the Jets ignites once again, as an international cast takes the stage celebrating Jerome Robbins’ legacy.

Two centuries of scandal, intrigue and dancing in Russia are masterfully handled in Simon Morrison’s Bolshoi Confidential.

Visual artist Sarah Morris’ solo exhibition focuses on her cinematographic work

How the Vienna Secession revived an archaic technique – in brilliant color.

Jim Jarmusch’s ode to the everyday is nostalgic, delightful and poetic.

British director Ken Loach takes on the welfare bureaucracy.

Enjoy the true stories in Elizabeth Greenwood’s Playing Dead, but don’t expect deep insights

The Fesch’Markt co-founders have given Austrian designers and artists a platform to hock their wares to the hungry hipster market.

Barry G. Gale brings high-brow rigor to a low-brow subject in Love in Vienna: The Sigmund Freud – Minna Bernays Affair

The design collective tackles integration with their Transmigration program