2023: A year of new discoveries

On behalf of the college of aldermen, I wish all our readers a wonderful 2023.

To kick off the new year, City is presenting a number of interesting topics, starting with MéNuLu, Luxembourg’s digital media library, which you can access from home. Launched in April 2021, this on-demand video service is free and boasts a collection of over 20,000 audiovisual files, from documentaries to TV shows, children’s films and music. Among this vast selection, there is no doubt something for everyone to enjoy – including gems from Luxembourg’s unique film heritage, which is made accessible to all audiences through this platform. Read on to find out all about this project and how it came to be, as well as – most importantly – how to access MéNuLu.

The January sales are an annual highlight for bargain hunters. In this edition, we present the City’s current pop-up stores, explain what this type of ephemeral boutique is all about and let you know what previous tenants have gone on to do. If you’re interested in updates about our upcoming pop-up stores, you can follow us on social media or subscribe to our newsletter.

In this first City magazine of the year, I also wish to shine a light on something foremost in my heart, namely supporting our residents. The City has decided to award grants to residents to help them with home energy renovations and installations, and encourage everyone to join the City’s efforts to reduce CO2 emissions. In the residential sector, there is huge potential for both saving energy and producing renewable energy. Check out our feature article on this topic, which gives detailed information on our grant programme and the energy-saving measures taken by the City across its many facilities.

Happy reading!

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