The Doors Contents History [ edit] After the Doors [ edit] New releases [ edit] Film about the Doors [ edit] Awards, accolades, and critical appraisal [ edit] Personnel [ edit] Discography [ edit] Videography [ edit] References [ edit] Sources [ edit] Further reading [ edit] External links [ edit] Navigation menu 1965â1968 [ edit] 1969â1971 [ edit] 1971â1973 [ edit] Reunions [ edit] Butts Band (1973â1975) [ edit] Manzarek's solo work and Nite City (1974â2013) [ edit] ManzarekâKrieger (2002â2013) [ edit] ManzarekâKrieger [ edit] Timeline [ edit] Personal tools Namespaces Variants Views More Search Navigation Interaction Tools Print/export In other projects Languages Origins and Information [ edit] Debut album [ edit] Early live recordings at the Matrix [ edit] Early television performances [ edit] Strange Days [ edit] New Haven incident [ edit] Waiting forthe Sun [ edit] The Soft Parade [ edit] Miami incident [ edit] More legal problems [ edit] Aquarius Theatre performances [ edit] Morrison Hotel and Absolutely Live [ edit] Last public performance [ edit] L.A. Woman [ edit] Morrison's death [ edit] Other Voices [ edit] Full Circle [ edit] Break-up [ edit] 1978 â An American Prayer [ edit] 1993 â Rock and Roll Hall of Fame [ edit] 1997 â "Orange County Suite" [ edit] 2000 â VH1's Storytellers and Stoned Immaculate [ edit] 2007 â "Woman in the Window" [ edit] 2011 â Re:GENERATION [ edit] 2016 â Celebration for Ray Manzarek [ edit]
The Doors were an American rock band formed in 1965 in Los Angeles, with vocalist Jim Morrison, keyboardist Ray Manzarek, guitarist Robby Krieger, and drummer John Densmore. The band got its name from the title of Aldous Huxley's book The Doors of Perception, which itself was a reference to a quote made by William Blake, "If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite." They were unique and among the most controversial and influential rock acts of the 1960s, mostly because of Morrison's lyrics and charismatic but unpredictable stage persona. After Morrison's death in 1971 at age 27, the remaining members continued as a trio until disbanding in 1973. Signing with Elektra Records in 1966, the Doors released eight albums between 1967 and 1971. All but one hit the Top 10 on the Billboard 200 and went platinum or better. Their self-titled debut album (1967) was their first in a series of Top 10 albums in the United States, followed by Strange Days (also 1967), Waiting forthe Sun (1968), The Soft Parade (1969), Morrison Hotel (1970), Absolutely Live (1970) and L.A. Woman (1971), with 20 Gold, 14 Platinum, and 5 Multi-Platinum album awards in the United States alone. By the end of 1971, it was reported that the Doors had sold 4,190,457 albums domestically and 7,750,642 singles. The band had three million-selling singles in the U.S. with "Light My Fire", "Hello, I Love You" and "Touch Me". After Morrison's death in 1971, the surviving trio released two albums Other Voices and Full Circle with Manzarek and Krieger sharing lead vocals. The three members also collaborated on the spoken word recording of Morrison's An American Prayer in 1978 and on the "Orange County Suite" for a 1997 boxed set. Manzarek, Krieger and Densmore reunited in 2000 for an episode of VH1's "Storytellers" and subsequently recorded Stoned Immaculate: The Music of The Doors with a variety of vocalists. Although the Doors' active career ended in 1973, their popularity has persisted. According to the RIAA, they have sold 33 million certified units in the US and over 100 million records worldwide, making them one of the best-selling bands of all time. The Doors have been listed as one of the greatest artists of all time by many magazines, including Rolling Stone, which ranked them 41st on its list of the "100 Greatest Artists of All Time". The Doors were the first American band to accumulate eight consecutive gold and platinum LP's. In 2002, Manzarek and Krieger started playing together again, branding themselves as the Doors of the 21st Century, with Ian Astbury of the Cult on vocals. Densmore opted to sit out and, along with the Morrison estate, sued the duo over proper use of the band's name and won. After a short time as Riders On the Storm, they settled on the name Manzarek-Krieger and continued to tour until Manzarek's death in 2013 at the age of 74. Three of the band's studio albums, the self-titled debut, L.A. Woman, and Strange Days, were featured in Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time, at positions 42, 362, and 407 respectively. According to The Washington Post' s Martin Weil, the band rose to the center of the counterculture of the 1960s. The Doors were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993. The origins of the Doors began with a meeting between acquaintances Jim Morrison and Ray Manzarek, both of whom had attended the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, on Venice Beach in July 1965. Morrison told Manzarek he had been writing songs (Morrison said "I was taking notes at a fantastic rock'n'roll concert going on in my head") and with Manzarek's encouragement sang "Moonlight Drive". The members came from a varied musical background from jazz, rock, blues, and folk idioms. Keyboardist Manzarek was in a band called Rick & the Ravens with his brothers Rick and Jim, while drummer John Densmore was playing with the Psychedelic Rangers and knew Manzarek from meditation classes. In August, Densmore joined the group, which had been renamed the Doors, and the five (Morrison having previously joined the band), along with bass player Patty Sullivan (later credited using her married name Patricia Hansen in the 1997 box CD release) recorded a six-song demo in September 1965. This has circulated widely since then as a bootleg recording. The band took their name from the title of Aldous Huxley's book The Doors of Perception, itself derived from a line in William Blake's The Marriage of Heaven and Hell: "If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is: infinite". In mid-1965, after Manzarek's two brothers left, the group recruited guitarist Robby Krieger and the best-known lineup â Morrison, Manzarek, Krieger and Densmore â was complete. By 1966, the group was playing the Los Angeles club London Fog. The club was not as prestigious as the Whisky a Go Go and did not attract many customers. The Doors used the nearly empty club as an opportunity to hone and, in some cases, lengthen their songs and work "The End", "When the Music's Over" and "Light My Fire" into musical epics. (In 2011 a 30-minute tape was discovered of the Doors performing at the London Fog.) The Doors soon graduated to the more esteemed Whisky a Go Go, where they were the house band, supporting acts including Van Morrison's group Them. On their last night together the two bands joined up for "In the Midnight Hour" and a twenty-minute jam session of Them's "Gloria". Prior to graduating to the Whisky a Go Go, Morrison went to many record labels trying to land a deal. He did score one at Columbia Records but it did not pan out. Prior to that, the Doors' first recording was a demo they did for Richard Bock's Pacific Jazz Records subsidiary label, Aura Records, recorded on September 2, 1965. On August 10, they were spotted by Elektra Records president Jac Holzman, who was present at the recommendation of Love singer Arthur Lee, whose group was with Elektra Records. After Holzman and producer Paul A. Rothchild saw two sets of the band playing at the Whisky a Go Go, they signed them to the Elektra Records label on August 18 â the start of a long and successful partnership with Rothchild and engineer Bruce Botnick. The Doors were fired from the Whisky on August 21, 1966 when Morrison added an explicit retelling and profanity-laden version of the Greek myth of Oedipus during "The End". The band recorded their first album from August 24 to 31, 1966, at Sunset Sound Recording Studios. The Doors' self-titled debut LP was released in the first week of January 1967. It featured most of the major songs from their set, including the nearly 12-minute musical drama "The End". In November 1966, Mark Abramson directed a promotional film forthe lead single "Break On Through (To the Other Side)". To promote the single, the Doors made their television debut on a Los Angeles TV show called Boss City circa 1966, possibly early 1967, and then on a Los Angeles TV show called Shebang, miming to "Break On Through", on New Year's Day 1967. This clip has never been officially released by the Doors. In early 1967 the Doors appeared on The Clay Cole Show (which aired on Saturday evenings at 6 pm on WPIX Channel 11 out of NYC) where they performed their single "Break On Through". Research has determined that the tapes were all wiped. The only shows that still exist are the final ones copied by an employee of the station, although this was long after the Doors' appearance. The Doors returned to The Clay Cole Show a second time on June 24 where they most likely performed "Light My Fire".[citation needed ] Since "Break on Through" was not very successful on the radio, the band turned to "Light My Fire". The problem with this song was that it was seven minutes long, so producer Paul Rothchild cut it down to three minutes by radically cutting the lengthy keyboard and guitar solos in the center section. "Light My Fire" became the first single from Elektra Records to reach number one on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, selling over one million copies. "Light My Fire" wasthe first song ever written by Robby Krieger and wasthe beginning of the band's success. From March 7 to 11, 1967, the Doors performed at the Matrix Club in San Francisco, California. The March 7 and 10 shows were recorded by a co-owner of The Matrix, Peter Abram. These recordings are notable as they are among the earliest live recordings of the band to circulate. On November 18, 2008, the Doors published a compilation of these recordings, Live at the Matrix 1967, on the band's boutique Bright Midnight Archives label. The Doors appeared on American television on August 25, 1967, guest-starring on the variety TV series Malibu U, performing "Light My Fire". They did not appear live. The band is seen on a beach and is performing the song in play back. The music video did not gain any commercial success and the performance was more or less forgotten. It was not until they appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show that they gained attention on television. The Doors made their international television debut in May 1967, recording a version of "The End" forthe Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) at O'Keefe Centre in Toronto. But after its initial broadcasts, the performance remained unreleased except in bootleg form until the release of The Doors Soundstage Performances DVD in 2002. As "Light My Fire" climbed the charts in June and early July, the Doors were on the East Coast as an opening act for Simon and Garfunkel in Forest Hills, Queens, and as headliners in a Greenwich, Connecticut, high school auditorium. On September 17, 1967, the Doors gave a memorable performance of "Light My Fire" on The Ed Sullivan Show. According to Ray Manzarek, network executives asked that the word "higher" be removed. The group appeared to acquiesce, but performed the song in its original form, because either they had never intended to comply with the request or Jim Morrison was nervous and forgot to make the change (Manzarek has given conflicting accounts). Either way, "higher" was sung out on national television, and the show's host, Ed Sullivan, canceled another six shows that had been planned. After the program's producer told the band they would never play on the show again, Jim Morrison reportedly replied: "Hey man. We just did the Sullivan Show." On December 24, the Doors performed "Light My Fire" and "Moonlight Drive" live forThe Jonathan Winters Show. Their performance was taped for later broadcast. From December 26 to 28, the group played at the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco. An excerpt taken from Stephen Davis' book on Jim Morrison (p. 219â220): The next night at Winterland, a TV set was wheeled onstage during the Doors set so the band could see themselves on The Jonathan Winters Show. They stopped playing "Back Door Man" when their song came on. The audience watched the Doors watching themselves on TV. They finished the song when their bit was done, and Ray walked over and turned the TV off. The next night was their last ever in Winterland. They played two more dates in Denver on December 30 and 31, 1967, capping off a year of almost constant touring. The Doors spent several weeks in Sunset Studios in Los Angeles recording their second album, Strange Days, experimenting with the new technology, notably the Moog synthesizer they now had available. The commercial success of Strange Days was middling, peaking at number three on the Billboard album chart but quickly dropping, along with a series of underperforming singles. The chorus from the album's single "People Are Strange" inspired the name of the 2010 documentary of the Doors, When You're Strange. Although session musician Larry Knechtel had been featured on bass on several tracks on the band's debut album,Strange Days wasthe first Doors album recorded with a studio musician on bass on most of the tracks, and this continued on all subsequent studio albums. Manzarek explained that his keyboard bass was well-suited for live situations but that it lacked the articulation needed for studio recording.Douglass Lubahn played on Strange Days and the next two albums; but the band used several other musicians for this role, often using more than one bassist on the same album. Kerry Magness, Leroy Vinnegar, Harvey Brooks, Ray Neopolitan, Lonnie Mack, Jerry Scheff, Jack Conrad (who played a major role in the post Morrison years touring with the group in 1971 and 1972), Chris Ethridge, Charles Larkey and Leland Sklar are credited as bassists who worked with the band. On December 9, 1967, the Doors performed a now infamous concert at New Haven Arena in New Haven, Connecticut, which ended abruptly when Morrison was arrested by local police. Morrison became the first rock artist ever to be arrested onstage during a concert performance. Morrison had been making out with a girl fan backstage in a bathroom shower stall prior to the start of the concert when a police officer happened upon them. Unaware that hewasthe lead singer of the band about to perform, the officer told Morrison and the girl to leave, to which Morrison said, "Eat it." The policeman took out a can of mace and warned Morrison, "Last chance", to which Morrison replied, "Last chance to eat it." There is some discrepancy as to what happened next: according to No One Here Gets Out Alive, the girl ran and Morrison was maced; but Manzarek recounts in his book that both Jim and the fan were sprayed. The Doors' main act was delayed for an hour while Jim recovered, after which The Doors took the stage very late. According to an authenticated fan account that Robbie Krieger posted to his Facebook page, the police still did not consider the issue resolved, and wanted to charge him. Halfway through the first set, Morrison proceeded to create an improvised song (as depicted in the Oliver Stone movie) about his experience with the "little men in blue." It was an obscenity-laced account to the audience, describing what had happened backstage and taunting the police, who were surrounding the stage. The concert was abruptly ended when Morrison was dragged offstage by the police. The audience, which was already restless from waiting so long forthe band to perform, became unruly. Morrison was taken to a local police station, photographed and booked on charges of inciting a riot, indecency and public obscenity. Charges against Morrison, as well as those against three journalists also arrested in the incident (Mike Zwerin, Yvonne Chabrier and Tim Page), were dropped several weeks later for lack of evidence. Recording of the group's third album in April 1968 was marred by tension as a result of Morrison's increasing dependence on alcohol and other drugs, and the rejection of his new epic, "Celebration of the Lizard", by band producer Paul Rothchild, who deemed the work not commercial enough. Approaching the height of their popularity, the Doors played a series of outdoor shows that led to frenzied scenes between fans and police, particularly at Chicago Coliseum on May 10. The band began to branch out from their initial form for this third LP. Because they had exhausted their original repertoire, they began writing new material. Waiting forthe Sun became their first No. 1 LP, and the single "Hello, I Love You" was their second US No. 1 single. Following the 1968 release of "Hello, I Love You", the publisher of the Kinks' 1964 hit, "All Day and All of the Night" announced they were planning legal action against the Doors for copyright infringement, however, writer Ray Davies chose not to sue. Kinks guitarist Dave Davies was particularly irritated by the similarity. In concert, Morrison was occasionally dismissive of the song, leaving the vocals to Manzarek, as can be seen in the documentary The Doors Are Open. A month after riotous scenes took place at the Singer Bowl in New York, the group flew to Britain for their first performance outside of North America. They held a press conference at the ICA Gallery in London and played shows at the Roundhouse Theatre. The results of the trip were broadcast on Granada TV's The Doors Are Open, later released on video. They played dates in Europe, along with Jefferson Airplane, including a show in Amsterdam where Morrison collapsed on stage after a drug binge. The group flew back to the US and played nine more US dates before returning to work in November on their fourth LP. They ended the year with a successful new single, "Touch Me" (released in December 1968), and reached #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #1 in the Cashbox Top 100 in early 1969 (the band's third and last American number-one single). They started 1969 with a sold-out show on January 24 at Madison Square Garden. The Doors' fourth album, The Soft Parade, released in July 1969, contained brass and string arrangements. The lead single, "Touch Me", featured saxophonist Curtis Amy. While the band was trying to maintain their previous momentum, efforts to expand their sound gave the album an experimental feel, causing critics to attack their musical integrity. According to John Densmore in his biography Riders On The Storm individual writing credits were noted forthe first time because of Morrison's reluctance to sing the lyrics of Robby Krieger's song "Tell All the People". Morrison's drinking made him difficult and unreliable, and the recording sessions dragged on for months. Studio costs piled up, and the Doors came close to disintegrating. Despite all this, the album was immensely successful, becoming the band's fourth hit album. On March 1, 1969, at the Dinner Key Auditorium in the Coconut Grove neighborhood of Miami, the Doors gave the most controversial performance of their career, one that nearly "derailed the band". The auditorium was a converted seaplane hangar that had no air conditioning on that hot night, and the seats had been removed by the promoter in order to boost ticket sales. Morrison had been drinking all day and had missed connecting flights to Miami, and by the time he eventually arrived the concert was over an hour late in starting, and hewas, according to Manzarek, "overly fortified with alcohol".  The restless crowd of 12,000, packed into a facility designed to hold 7,000, was subjected to undue silences in Morrison's singing straining the music from the beginning of the performance. Morrison had recently attended a play by an experimental theater group, the Living Theatre, and was inspired by their "antagonistic" style of performance art. Morrison taunted the crowd with messages of both love and hate, saying, "Love me. I can't take it no more without no good love. I want some lovin'. Ain't nobody gonna love my ass?" and alternately, "You're all a bunch of fuckin' idiots!" and screaming "What are you gonna do about it?" over and over again. As the band began their second number, "Touch Me", Morrison started shouting in protest forcing the band to a halt. At one point, Morrison removed the hat of an onstage police officer and threw it into the crowd; the officer, in turn, removed Morrison's hat and threw it. Manager Bill Siddons recalled, "The gig was a bizarre, circus-like thing, there was this guy carrying a sheep and the wildest people that I'd ever seen". Equipment chief Vince Treanor said, "Somebody jumped up and poured champagne on Jim so he took his shirt off, hewas soaking wet. 'Let's see a little skin, let's get naked,' he said, and the audience started taking their clothes off." Having removed his shirt, Morrison held it in front of his groin area and started to make hand movements behind it. Manzarek later described the incident as a mass "religious hallucination". On March 5, the Dade County Sheriff's office issued a warrant for Morrison's arrest claiming Morrison deliberately exposed his penis while on stage, shouted obscenities to the crowd, simulated oral sex on guitarist Robby Krieger, and was drunk at the time of his performance. Morrison turned down a plea bargain that required the Doors to perform a free Miami concert. Hewas later convicted, sentenced to six months in jail, with hard labor, and ordered to pay a $500 fine. Morrison remained free pending an appeal of his conviction, and would die before the matter was legally resolved. In 2007 Florida Governor Charlie Crist suggested the possibility of a posthumous pardon for Morrison, which was announced as successful on December 9, 2010. Densmore, Krieger and Manzarek have denied the allegation that Morrison exposed himself on stage that night. During the recording of their next album in November 1969, Morrison once again found himself in trouble with the law after harassing airline staff during a flight to Phoenix, Arizona to see the Rolling Stones in concert. Both Morrison and his friend and traveling companion Tom Baker were charged with "interfering with the flight of an intercontinental aircraft and public drunkenness". If convicted of the most serious charge, Morrison could have faced a possible ten-year federal prison sentence forthe incident. The charges were dropped in April 1970 after an airline stewardess reversed her testimony to say she mistakenly identified Morrison as Baker. The Doors gave two concerts at the Aquarius Theatre on Sunset Blvd, Hollywood. The two shows were performed on July 21, 1969. A "backstage" performance, a so-called "private rehearsal" without an audience occurred on July 22, 1969. This was only a few months after the "Miami incident" in March of that year. Of the songs performed with an audience, "Universal Mind" and the "Celebration of the Lizard" suite were released on the Doors' 1970 Absolutely Live album, whereas "You Make Me Real" was released on Alive, She Cried in 1983. Further, the Van Morrison track, "Gloria", which was performed and recorded during the audience-less rehearsal, was also released on Alive, She Cried. Both the first and second shows along with the rehearsal the following day were released in 2001. It was at these shows that Morrison issued his poem, "Ode To L.A. While Thinking Of Brian Jones, Deceased", a poem forthe recently deceased former Rolling Stones guitarist and founder, who was a friend of the band, Manzarek and Morrison in particular. The Doors staged a return to form with their 1970 LP Morrison Hotel, their fifth album. Featuring a consistent, hard rock sound, the album's opener was "Roadhouse Blues". The record reached US No. 4 and revived their status among their core fanbase and the rock press. Dave Marsh, the editor of Creem magazine, said of the album: "the most horrifying rock and roll I have ever heard. When they're good, they're simply unbeatable. I know this is the best record I've listened to ... so far".Rock Magazine called it "without any doubt their ballsiest (and best) album to date".Circus magazine praised it as "possibly the best album yet from the Doors" and "Good hard, evil rock, and one of the best albums released this decade". The album also saw Jim Morrison returning as main songwriter, writing or co-writing all of the album's tracks. The 40th Anniversary CD reissue of Morrison Hotel contains outtakes and alternate takes, including different versions of "The Spy" and "Roadhouse Blues" (with Lonnie Mack on bass guitar and the Lovin' Spoonful's John Sebastian on harmonica). July 1970 saw the release of the Doors' first live album, Absolutely Live. The band continued to perform at arenas throughout the summer. Morrison faced trial in Miami in August, but the group made it to the Isle of Wight Festival on August 29. They performed alongside Jimi Hendrix, the Who, Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen, Miles Davis, Emerson, Lake & Palmer and Sly and the Family Stone. Two songs from the show were featured in the 1995 documentary Message to Love. On December 8, 1970, his 27th birthday, Morrison recorded another poetry session. Part of this would end up on An American Prayer in 1978 with music, and is currently in the possession of the Courson family. The Doors' tour to promote their upcoming album L.A. Woman would comprise only two dates. The first was held in Dallas, Texas on December 11. During the Doors' last public performance with Morrison, at The Warehouse in New Orleans, Louisiana, on December 12, 1970, Morrison apparently had a breakdown on stage. Midway through the set he slammed the microphone numerous times into the stage floor until the platform beneath was destroyed, then sat down and refused to perform forthe remainder of the show. Drummer John Densmore recalls the incident in his biography Riders On the Storm, where after the show he met with Ray and Robby; they decided to end their live act, citing their mutual agreement that Morrison was ready to retire from performing. The Doors set to reclaim their status as a premier act with L.A. Woman in 1971. The session included guitar work by Marc Benno, and bass by Jerry Scheff. The album contained two Top 20 hits and went on to be their second best-selling studio album, surpassed in sales only by their debut. The album explored their R&B roots, although during rehearsals they had a falling-out with Paul Rothchild, who was dissatisfied with the band's effort. Denouncing "Love Her Madly" as "cocktail lounge music", he quit and handed the production to Bruce Botnick and the Doors. The singles "L.A. Woman", "Love Her Madly", and "Riders on the Storm" remain mainstays of rock radio programming, with the last of these being inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame for its special significance to recorded music. In the song "L.A. Woman", Jim Morrison scrambles the letters of his own name to chant "Mr. Mojo Risin". During the sessions, a short clip of the band performing "Crawling King Snake" was filmed. As far as is known, this is the last clip of the Doors performing with Morrison. On March 13, 1971, following the recording of L.A. Woman, Morrison took a leave of absence from the Doors and moved to Paris with Pamela Courson. He had visited the city the previous summer and was interested in moving there to become a writer in exile. Morrison died on July 3, 1971. In the official account of his death, hewas found in a Paris apartment bathtub by his girlfriend Pamela Courson. Pursuant to French law, no autopsy was performed because the medical examiner claimed to have found no evidence of foul play. The absence of an official autopsy and the death certificate's having no reason of death besides heart failure, have left many questions regarding the cause of death. Morrison was buried in the "Poets' Corner" of PÃ¨re Lachaise Cemetery on July 7. The epitaph on his headstone bears the Greek inscription "ÎÎÎ¤Î Î¤ÎÎ ÎÎÎÎÎÎÎ ÎÎÎ¥Î¤ÎÎ¥", literally meaning "According to his own daimÅn" and usually interpreted as "True to his own spirit". Morrison died at age 27, the same age as several other famous rock stars in the 27 Club. In 1974, Morrison's girlfriend Pamela Courson also died at the age of 27. The surviving Doors continued for some time, initially considering replacing Morrison with a new singer. Instead, Krieger and Manzarek took over on vocals and the Doors released two more albums before disbanding. The recording of Other Voices took place from June to August 1971, and the album was released in October 1971. The LP featured the single "Tightrope Ride", which received some airplay. The trio began performing again with additional supporting members on Friday, November 12, 1971 at Pershing Municipal Auditorium in Lincoln, Nebraska, followed by shows in Carnegie Hall on November 23, 1971, and the Hollywood Palladium on November 26, 1971. The recordings for Full Circle took place during the spring of 1972, and the album was released in August 1972. The last album expanded into jazz territory. While neither album has been reissued on CD in the United States, they have been released on 2-on-1 CDs in Germany and Russia. Forthe tours during this period, the Doors enlisted Jack Conrad on bass (who had played on several tracks on both "Other Voices" and "Full Circle") as well as Bobby Ray Henson on rhythm guitar. They began a European tour covering France, Germany, Holland, Amsterdam, and England beginning in May. The fruit of this effort can be seen in their appearance on the German show Beat-Club of which many high quality sources can be found online. The group disbanded in 1973 and Krieger and Densmore formed the Butts Band from 1973 to 1975. Krieger, Manzarek and Densmore reunited in 1978 for An American Prayer, 1993 at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, 1997 in the studio to complete the Morrison penned "Orange County Suite" and 2000 for VH1's Storytellers: A Celebration and on the tribute album Stoned Immaculate: The Music of the Doors, which featured band members playing alongside guest performers as well as recording new music. The third post-Morrison album, An American Prayer, was released in 1978. It consisted of the band adding musical backing tracks to previously recorded spoken word performances of Morrison reciting his poetry. The record was a commercial success, acquiring a platinum certificate.An American Prayer was re-mastered and re-released with bonus tracks in 1995. In 1993, the Doors were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Forthe ceremony Manzarek, Krieger and Densmore reunited once again to perform "Roadhouse Blues", "Break On Through" and "Light My Fire". Eddie Vedder filled in on lead vocals, while Don Was played bass. Forthe 1997 boxed set, the surviving members of the Doors once again reunited to complete "Orange County Suite". The track was one that Morrison had written and recorded, providing vocals and piano. The Doors reunited in 2000 to perform on VH1's Storytellers. For this last live performance, the band was joined by Angelo Barbera on bass and numerous guest vocalists. Guest vocalists included Ian Astbury (of the Cult), Scott Weiland, Scott Stapp, Perry Farrell, Pat Monahan and Travis Meeks. Following the recording the Storytellers: A Celebration, the band members joined solo and together to record on the Stoned Immaculate: The Music of The Doors. These sessions also yielded new songs credited to the Doors; "Under Waterfall" and "The Cosmic Movie". Astbury became lead singer of the Doors of the 21st Century in 2002. The group featured original Doors members Robby Krieger and Ray Manzarek.[full citation needed ] On May 29, 2007, Perry Farrell's latest group the Satellite Party released its first album Ultra Payloaded on Columbia Records. The album features "Woman in the Window", a new song with music and a pre-recorded vocal performance provided by Jim Morrison. "I like to say this is the first new Doors track of the 21st century", Ray Manzarek said of a new song he recorded with Robby Krieger, John Densmore and DJ/producer Skrillex (Sonny Moore). The recording session and song are part of a new documentary film, Re:GENERATION, that recruited five popular DJs/producers to work with artists from five separate genres and had them record new music. Manzarek and Skrillex had an immediate musical connection. "Sonny plays his beat, all he had to do was play the one thing. I listened to it and I said, âHoly shit, that's strong,â" Manzarek says. "Basically, it's a variation on âMilestonesâ, by Miles Davis, and if I do say so myself, sounds f**king great, hot as hell." The track, called "Breakn' a Sweat", was included on Skrillex's EP Bangarang. February 12, 2016, at the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood, John Densmore and Robby Krieger reunited forthe first time in 15 years to perform in tribute to Ray and benefit Stand Up to Cancer. That day would have been Ray's 76th birthday. The night featured Exene Cervenka and John Doe of the band X, Rami Jaffee of the Foo Fighters, Stone Temple Pilotsâ Robert Deleo, Janeâs Addiction's Stephen Perkins, Emily Armstrong of Dead Sara, Andrew Watt, among others. Krieger and Densmore formed the Butts Band in 1973, but disbanded in 1975 after two albums. Phil Chen, who played bass on the band's second album, would later join Robby once again with ManzarekâKrieger. Manzarek made three solo albums from 1974 to 1983 and formed a band called Nite City in 1975, which released two albums from 1977 to 1978. Krieger released six solo albums from 1977 to 2010. All of the ex-Doors solo albums have met with mixed reviews. In recent years Densmore formed a jazz band called Tribaljazz and they released a self-titled album in 2006. In 2002 Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger formed a new version of the Doors which they called the Doors of the 21st Century. After legal battles over use of the Doors name with drummer John Densmore, they changed their name several times and ultimately toured under the name "ManzarekâKrieger" or "Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger of the Doors". The group was dedicated to performing the music of the Doors and Jim Morrison. John Densmore refused to participate because of Morrison's absence, although Manzarek and Krieger always invited him. On May 20, 2013, Ray Manzarek died of complications related to bile duct cancer. 1983 saw the release of the live album Alive, She Cried, which was compiled from live recordings made between 1968 and 1970. The tapes consisted of the soundtrack to a 1968 Danish TV special and unreleased multitrack recordings from the Absolutely Live shows. This wasthe first "new" Doors material since "An American Prayer". "Gloria" (recorded at the Aquarius Theater rehearsals) was edited and issued as a single and a video was created to promote the track. Live at the Hollywood Bowl was released in 1987. This 5-song EP was released to coincide with the release of the 1968 Hollywood Bowl show on home video. It was released as a 12" vinyl EP, cassette and compact disc. The release was limited and went out of print quickly. The EP was later included on a double CD, In Concert, which also compiled the Alive She Cried album as well as Absolutely Live forthe first time on CD. In Concert has since been replaced with a single disc remastered edition of Absolutely Live. The Alive, She Cried and Live at the Hollywood Bowl recordings have not seen reissue since. In 1997, the first archive material in many years was included on the release of The Doors: Box Set, a four-CD set, one of which was a "greatest hits" type CD. Some of the material had been previously available on bootlegs. A notable inclusion on the compilation was a CD of highlights from the 1970 Felt Forum concert and a cleaned-up recording of the (edited) 1969 "Rock Is Dead" session. The surviving members again re-united to add new musical backing to the solo Morrison song "Orange County Suite". The 1999 Complete Studio Recordings box set only included the first six studio albums (omitting An American Prayer, Other Voices and Full Circle), and the Perception box set, released on November 21, 2006, continued the same trend omitting the three post-Morrison studio albums. The 2006 box set contained about two hours of mostly unheard studio outtakes from the first six albums. Each album was represented by two discs: a CD of the album and the bonus tracks, and a DVD-Audio with both stereo and 5.1 surround sound mixes (produced and mixed by Bruce Botnick) in 96 kHz/24-bit LPCM, Dolby Digital, and DTS, as well as mostly previously released video footage. The discs were accompanied by new liner notes by Botnick and articles from several music critics and historians for each album. Following the recording of Storytellers: A Celebration, the band members joined solo and together to record for Stoned Immaculate: The Music of the Doors. These sessions also yielded new songs credited to the Doors; "Under Waterfall" and "The Cosmic Movie". In November 2000, the Doors announced the creation of Bright Midnight Records, a label through which 36 albums and 90 hours of previously unreleased Morrison-era Doors material would be made available on CD. This was launched with a sampler of forthcoming material, mostly from live concerts. The first full release was a two-CD set of the May 1970 show at Detroit's Cobo Center, notable for being, according to Doors manager Danny Sugerman in its liner notes, "easily... the longest Doors set ever performed." It was followed by two CDs of interviews, mostly with Morrison, and the two 1969 Aquarius shows and one of the rehearsals. A four-CD set Boot Yer Butt included bootleg quality material but sold out nevertheless. It was notable forthe inclusion of the only known performances of songs from L.A. Woman including the title track and "The Changeling" from the Doors' final recorded show in December 1970, Dallas, Texas. In 2005, a two-CD concert from Philadelphia in 1970 was released. Many bootleg recordings are available of the group. Among them are a wealth of shows from March 1967 at the Matrix Club in San Francisco. Many shows are available from 1968 when the band reached the height of its popularity, notably two shows in Stockholm, Sweden. The infamous Miami show has become widely available while many 1970 shows, notably a radio broadcast of the June 5 Seattle and June 6 Vancouver show, make the rounds. The complete 1969 Rock Is Dead studio jam was discovered in the mid-1990s. In Rock is Dead and in interviews Morrison makes it clear that the music is a continued exploration of the Dionysian mythic content that had informed his earlier poetry. The apocalyptic elements in the music and the poetry were ahead of the music of the day; later groups like Nirvana are influenced by the Doors. In July 2007, Rhino released Live In Boston, a three-disc live album by the Doors. It was recorded on April 10, 1970, as part of the Absolutely Live tour. This is part of previously unreleased material of the Bright Midnight Archives collection of live albums by the Doors. In March 2008, Rhino released Pittsburgh Civic Arena, a live album recorded in Pittsburgh at the Pittsburgh Civic Arena on May 2, 1970. This is part of previously unreleased material of the Bright Midnight Archives collection of live albums by the Doors. In November 2008, Rhino released Live at the Matrix 1967, a double live album compiled and resequenced from recordings made on March 7 and 10, 1967 at the Matrix in San Francisco by club co-owner Peter Abram. The recording is notable because it is one of the earliest live recordings of the band known to exist: The Doors had recorded only one album by March 1967, "Light My Fire" had yet to be released as a single, and they were still relatively unknown outside Southern California. In November 2009, Rhino released Live in New York, a six-disc box set of the final four concerts performed by the Doors on January 17 and 18, 1970 at the Felt Forum in New York City. About a third of the material on the set was previously unreleased. In April 2010, Rhino released When You're Strange: Music from the Motion Picture, a single disc soundtrack to the 2010 documentary film, narrated by Johnny Depp, about the Doors and their music. The soundtrack features 14 songs from the Doorsâ six studio albums, with studio versions mixed with live versions, including performances from The Ed Sullivan Show, Television-Byen in Gladsaxe, Felt Forum in New York and the Isle of Wight Festival. In November 2010, Rhino released Live in Vancouver 1970, a two-disc live album. It was recorded on June 6, 1970 in Vancouver, Canada. Vince Treanor, the Doorsâ tour manager, recorded the show forthe band on a Sony reel-to-reel using two microphones placed on the stage. While not a multitrack high fidelity recording, it is clean, quiet and clear, allowing the unbridled energy of the performances to shine through. This is part of previously unreleased material of the Bright Midnight Archives collection of live albums by the Doors. When You're Strange was released in April 2010. It is, as Ray Manzarek says, the true story of the Doors, told through use of new interviews and previously unreleased video footage. The film is narrated by Johnny Depp, and directed by Tom DiCillo.Rhino Entertainment released a soundtrack to the movie in March 2010, containing both live and studio recordings. In July 2011, Rhino UK released A Collection, a six-CD retrospective box set of the first six albums from the Doors recorded 1966â71. It features remastered tracks by Bruce Botnick and original artwork in replicated paper sleeves. In January 2012, Rhino released L.A. Woman (40th Anniversary). The two CD re-issue of the original album was remastered with an additional disc of bonus material. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the release of L.A. Woman, Eagle Rock Entertainment created the documentary Mr Mojo Risinâ detailing how the Doors created their last studio album. It goes into detail of how the album came about, its recording, and what was happening to the band at the time. The story is told through new interviews with the three surviving Doors: Ray Manzarek, Robby Krieger and John Densmore, plus contributions from Jac Holzman (founder of their label Elektra Records), Bill Siddons (their manager), Bruce Botnick (engineer and co-producer of the album), and others associated with the Doors at this time. The show includes archive footage of the Doors performing both live and in the studio, classic photographs and new musical demonstrations from the Doors. The documentary was released in (DVD/Blu-ray Disc) on January 24, 2012. In January 2012, the Doors released L.A. Woman: The Workshop Sessions (a two-LP vinyl set). An alternate take on L.A. Woman, featuring the previously unreleased alternate versions of songs and studio chatter found on the 40th anniversary edition, pressed on 180-gram heavy vinyl at RTI with lacquers cut at Bernie Grundman Mastering. In November 2012, the Doors released The Doors: Live At The Bowl â68 on CD, DVD and Blu-ray Disc. In November 2013, the Doors released of The Doors: R-Evolution on DVD and Blu-ray Disc (standard and deluxe editions). A documentary film, The Doors: Feast Of Friends was released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc on November 11th, 2014. In 1991, the film The Doors was released, directed by Oliver Stone and starring Val Kilmer as Morrison. Stone created the script from over a hundred interviews of people who were in Jim Morrisonâs life. He designed the movie by picking the songs and then adding the appropriate scripts to them. The original band members did not like the film's portrayal of the events. In the book The Doors, Manzarek states, "That Oliver Stone thing did real damage to the guy I knew: Jim Morrison, the poet." In addition, Manzarek claims that he wanted the movie to be about all four members of the band, not only Morrison. Densmore said, "A third of it's fiction." In the same volume, Krieger agrees with the other two, but also says, "It could have been a lot worse."
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Loading Choose your preferred language. We speak English (US) and 42 other languages. Most often used by people in the United States All languages “Alive, Alive Oh!”. Dublin’s fair city is the capital of the young and independent republic that brought us the roar of the Celtic Tiger, U2, James Joyce, Molly Malone – and Guinness! Its enthralling blend of ancient and ultra-modern makes Dublin a captivating experience. Sightseeing Well, you can buy stamps at Dublin’s General Post Office (universally known as the GPO), but this landmark is better known forthe more bloodthirsty fact that it was here, in Easter 1916, that republican rebels faced the might of the British Army. You can’t miss its magnificent Greek-style portico. The three statues are Mercury, Hibernia and Fidelity. Nightlife Trip across the River Liffey on the delightful Ha’penny Bridge to Temple Bar – Dublin’s cultural nerve centre. Spot the brightest star in Ireland’s galaxy of contemporary artists at the Project Arts Centre; tap your foot along with the catchiest traditional tune at the TradFest; and press your nose against shop windows where you can buy just about anything under the sun. Sightseeing Modelled on Oxford and Cambridge, Trinity College was founded in 1592 in the heart of the city centre. Among its most illustrious graduates are Jonathan Swift, Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett, Bram Stoker, Edmund Burke and Mary Robinson. Mingle with today’s star students in the quad, then queue to see the exquisite “Book of Kells” – the four Gospels handcrafted by medieval monks. Sightseeing There’s been an occupied castle on the same site in the city centre since 1204 AD – so imagine how much history it’s seen! The nucleus of British rule in Ireland until 1922, it now hosts state dinners and international conferences. The lavish “state apartments” are open to the public by guided tour. You might even recognise them as the backdrops of some major movies. Bar_life “Sláinte!” A visit to Dublin wouldn’t be complete without toasting your health at a traditional whiskey distillery. There’s been one bubbling away on this very spot off Smithfield Square since 1780. Follow the entire process from grain to glass, see the original vats through the glass floor, and become an instant connoisseur at the tutored whiskey tastings. Sightseeing It’s Ireland’s largest church with a 43-metre high spire. And that’s not its only claim to fame: the satirist, Jonathan Swift, author of “Gulliver’s Travels”, was Dean here from 1713 to 1745. Built in the Gothic style, it was completed in 1191, though the Lady Chapel was added around 1270. Forthe perfect acoustic treat, take time out to listen to some organ music here. Alternative_culture Ireland’s dynamic national games are Gaelic football and hurling. And the home of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) is Croke Park in the suburb of Drumcondra. After an enormous €260-million redevelopment, it’s now Europe’s fourth-largest stadium with a capacity of more than 80,000. It’s also a major music venue, hosting bands such as U2, The Script and One Direction. Sightseeing More than 130 kilometres long, the Grand Canal runs from the old Dublin suburb of Ringsend to the River Shannon in the west. It’s not used by working barges any more, but it remains one of south Dublin’s beauty spots. Do what the Dubliners do – find a bench by one of the locks and share your lunch with the ducks … or if you’re the energetic type, walk, cycle or canoe it! Bar_life If you’re a fan of dramatic buildings, how about this: the Guinness Storehouse is a glass atrium on seven floors in the shape of a pint of Guinness. Each floor tells part of the brewing tale, starting with its four ingredients – water, barley, hops and yeast. The tale ends at the Gravity Bar on the seventh floor, with spectacular views over the city and a drink in hand … Outdoor_or_nature With almost a million visitors every year, Dublin Zoo is one of the city’s most popular attractions. And why wouldn’t it be, with a fabulous array of birds, reptiles, giraffes, ostriches, white rhinos, lions and even gorillas – all spread over 28 glorious hectares of Phoenix Park. Its famous tearooms were built in 1898, and have since been joined by the Meerkat Restaurant! Activities Just when you think the party's momentum is starting to die down, you end up on Harcourt Street. This mile-long stretch off St. Stephen’s Green is home to a handful of clubs that are favorites with students, shift workers and generally all late-night barflies. After a summer gig in the Iveagh Gardens, try Coppers or Krystle to keep the party mood going. Activities When the stores of Dublin’s prime shopping street close forthe day, the side-street pubs around it are just getting started. Head to Kehoe’s for a smooth pint in a genuine old pub setting, or try The International comedy bar for a laugh. If you’re a true rocker, swing by Bruxelles to pay tribute to Thin Lizzy singer Phil Lynott – his statue stands right outside the bar. Activities As you stroll along George’s Street by day, there’s so much to take in while admiring its well-kept Victorian storefronts. By night, its diverse eateries, pubs and clubs are equally satisfying. Take your pick from the quaint, old-world vibes of The Long Hall pub, the disco-thump of the rainbow-flagged George nightclub, orthe music-free and chatter-filled Market tapas bar. Activities Who’s up for a classic bar crawl? Merrion Row’s watering holes are renowned haunts for politicians, journalists and celebrities. You can even catch all three mingling in the Shelbourne Hotel’s glitzy Horseshoe Bar. Soccer and rugby fans love to fuel up for a big game at Doheny & Nesbitt, and O’Donoghue’s traditional Irish music sessions are the stuff legends are made of. Restaurants And Bars This intimate club is a favorite spot for top music and comedy acts. Bob Dylan and Neil Young both played legendary “secret gigs” at Vicar Street, and Irish comic Tommy Tiernan once completed a 104-night run here. The bar’s usually packed, so head to Arthur’s nearby for a few pints before showtime – it’s the closest pub to the Guinness brewery. Restaurants And Bars If you like the idea of eclectic music in a circus-chic setting, get ready forThe Grand Social. You're guaranteed a wonderful time under its tented roof. You can catch live bands upstairs, go for electro-ska club nights downstairs, or watch the world go by in the front bar – it looks out over Dublin’s iconic Ha’penny Bridge. Restaurants And Bars Three hundred years of entertainment – the name might have changed over time, but this site has still had a pub since 1734! Today you can soak up the old-timey vibes and raise a glass to Irish poet Thomas Moore (hewas born upstairs). Then kick back to the smooth sounds of top jazz and blues bands, plus get to know the chatty locals over a few drinks. Restaurants And Bars There’s no hiding place for performers here. Soulful acoustic balladeers, beat-busting DJs, and ear-ringing metal bands all meet the whites of their audiences’ eyes in this tiny venue. Whether you want to discover unknown acts or mingle with strangers, you’ll fit right in with the friendly, tight-knit crowd at The Button Factory. Restaurants And Bars Jigs, reels, and one of whatever you’re having. Located on Smithfield’s old market square, this cozy Cobblestone is the home of traditional music in Dublin. It’s run by a family of fiddlers and uilleann pipers, so you’re guaranteed an authentic session. Drop in any night of the week for everything from sean-nós singing to bluegrass hoedowns. Restaurants And Bars Can’t get enough of clubbin’ in Dublin? This three-tier club is only ten minutes from the airport, so you can party late and still catch your flight home. The main floor hosts top DJs like Nicky Romero and special guests like Rihanna. If you want some VIP treatment, try the roof terrace for5-star champagne and private cabanas. Restaurants And Bars This is without a doubt the home of live music in Dublin. Tons of local and international acts built their careers on playing standing-ovation shows in Whelan’s snug back bar. Upstairs, you can catch everything from indie club nights and silent discos, to singer-songwriter shows – with a late license every night of the week as the cherry on top. Events Brewed, bottled and kegged in Ireland. This three-day festival celebrates the country’s best independent breweries, along with some special international guests. Whether you like chocolatey stouts, bitter-sweet IPAs or gluten-free lager, there’s something for all tastes. Throw in some live music and top-notch food, and you have yourself a proper party. Events Where better to celebrate St Patrick’s Day than in Dublin? Ireland’s capital puts on quite a party, with a four-day festival bookending the country’s national day. On 17 March, join throngs of green-clad folks and cheer on colourful floats and marching bands as they wind their way through the city. Then hit the cobbled streets of Temple Bar for a pint and a sing-song. Restaurants And Bars Located in the hip and happening Camden Street area, this modern pub is a beer-lover’s paradise. Its fridges brim with bottle upon bottle of international brews, while only the finest Irish craft beer will do on tap. Plonk yourself down on a stool and ask the helpful bar staff for their top picks. Restaurants And Bars Irish pub grub at its finest. The Headline bar has made headlines for its take on traditional food. You can tuck into everything from lamb kofta burgers to sea trout salads, all washed down with craft beers from every corner of Ireland. If you prefer something stronger, try a tasting tray of whiskey, gin or vodka produced by local independent distilleries. Restaurants And Bars There’s more to Irish beer than Guinness. Long before it was fashionable, the Porterhouse was brewing its own sturdy stouts and hoppy ales. Pop in and order a sampler tray to find your favourite tipple. The pub’s just on the edge of Temple Bar, so you can either start your night here or hide away from the tourist hordes. Restaurants And Bars Close to Connolly Station and Dublin’s rejuvenated docklands, this busy bar is a popular after-work spot for suited commuters and laid-back students. The 3Arena is just along the quays, so you can easily while away a couple of hours here before a gig. How does juicy beef stew, craft-brewed porter and a few rounds of Jenga sound? Restaurants And Bars Ask any Dubliner where to go for a quiet pint and a chat, and O’Donoghue’s will be amongst their top answers. This pub’s distinctive black-and-white awning beckons you inside, away from the shopping bustle of Grafton Street. It’s the kind of place where you’ll easily strike up a conversation with a friendly local – and suddenly wonder where the time went! Restaurants And Bars Anseo prides itself on being unpretentious. It’s a laid-back watering hole where people come to mingle with like-minded souls, listen to great music and simply have a good time. Start your weekend off with a bang, or head here midweek if you want to get to know the friendly regulars over a couple of casual pints. Restaurants And Bars Find your spot at the bar and get in line for your own dose of ‘craic’ in Dublin’s buzzing historic and party-filled centre. The Irish are known for their charm and their chat, so you’re in the right place to find a friendly joint playing folk music, or a heaving pub full of revellers from home and abroad. Activities Dublin is only a few hours from Ireland’s wild western coast. Take advantage of the Emerald Isle’s pint-sized geography and hop on a day tour to the majestic Cliffs of Moher. Reaching heights of over 200 metres, this 8 km-long rugged precipice loftily overlooks the powerful Atlantic Ocean. Head to the tourist office on Suffolk Street for independent advice on which tour to take. Activities Natives, Norsemen and Normans. This popular walking tour lets you uncover the fascinating history of Dublin, from its foundation as a Viking village in 988 AD to its 20th-century status as capital of an independent Ireland. You’ll visit the site of the city’s first settlement at Temple Bar, the medieval Christ Church Cathedral and Dublin Castle, a former bastion of British rule. Activities Castles, cathedrals and craft shops. Just 90 minutes from Dublin, Kilkenny makes for a great day trip. You can trace the city’s history through its buildings, from the 9th-century Celtic round tower by St Canice’s Cathedral, to the imperious medieval edifice of Kilkenny Castle –a lasting footprint of Norman occupation that now houses the National Craft Gallery and workshops. Restaurants And Bars Irish artists have shaped the face of modern music – and this local landmark celebrates the best and brightest of them. Located outside the Rock ‘N’ Roll Museum in bustling Temple Bar, the Wall of Fame showcases homegrown stars from U2 to Van Morrison. Pose beside your favourite singer’s photo for a memorable souvenir shot. Activities Dedicated bookworms will delight in a visit to Dublin’s oldest public library. First opened in 1707, this well-kept city secret is tucked away in tranquil gardens next to Saint Patrick’s Cathedral. Take a guided tour for a true taste of the treasures contained in its 25,000-strong collection of historical books and manuscripts. Activities Buzzing with life at any time of day or night, Temple Bar is never short of action. This densely packed slice of Dublin city centre has earned a reputation as a cultural hub. Restaurants and bars line its quaint cobbled streets, while quirky craft shops and food stalls spill into alleyways and courtyards. Sights Tall townhouses line leafy streets and squares in this south-eastern section of Dublin city centre. Dating back to the 18th century, these red-brick buildings now house museums, restaurants and upmarket offices. The scenic stretch between Merrion Square and Fitzwilliam Square is perfect for a stroll – keep an eye out for picture-postcard façades, ornate windows and colourful front doors along the way. Restaurants And Bars Dating back to 1799, this cosy watering hole is tucked behind an unassuming façade near St. Stephen’s Green. The place fills up quickly, but squeeze in to grab a spot by the bar and enjoy the nightly music sessions. There are regular appearances from fiddles, bodhran drums and uilleann pipes and the this lively joint is where popular band, The Dubliners (one of Ireland’s favourite bands) made their name. Restaurants And Bars A true Dublin locale, this haunt had a rather more morbid start to life as the city’s morgue. A favourite of poet Brendan Behan, the watering hole is famed for its ‘gift of the gab’ and its strong literary connections. It was even the setting for James Joyce’s short story, ‘Grace’. Nowadays it’s full of life, packing in the students, visitors and long-standing locals. 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For echoes of the sporting kind, just down the road you’ll find Lansdowne Road, the home of Irish rugby. 49 properties In the days before the Celtic Tiger economy, penniless artists lived in Temple Bar. Now this web of narrow streets, bang in the city centre, is a mix of art galleries, restaurants, pubs and music venues. Handel’s Messiah was first performed here in 1742. Cow’s Lane has a Saturday fashion and design market – there’s a surprise round every corner … 34 properties If shopping is your bag, start from St Stephen’s Green – and make elegant and affable Shelbourne Hotel your campaign headquarters. Grafton Street has all the luxury boutiques your wallet can bear. Dawson Street adds restaurants. And believe it or not, the Irish parliament, Trinity College and the National Gallery are all in the same square mile. 20 properties Cross the River Liffey to O’Connell Street, which runs all the way to Parnell Square. Here you’ll see monuments dedicated to two very different Dublins: the GPO, with its Greek-style porticos, is where Irish independence was won in 1916; while the 398-foot stainless steel Spire of Dublin was completed in 2003 as a salute to Ireland’s new prosperity. 18 properties There’s a lot to see on these classic Dublin suburban streets – including the Gaelic games stadium, Croke Park, which towers over much of Drumcondra. Start at Fagan’s Pub, local haunt of former Taoiseach (Irish for “Prime Minister”), Bertie Ahern. It was here he brought US President, Bill Clinton, in September 1998. See the photo on the wall. 16 properties Dublin has a plethora of vibrant little village-style suburbs on the outskirts, with a splendid mix of redbrick Victorian and Edwardian mansions and terraces. The “Three Rs” – Rathmines, Rathgar and Ranelagh – are on the south side and rank among the best of them. The majestic Grand Canal flows through all three, less than 5km from the centre. 3 properties The first thing Dubliners will tell you about Clontarf is that it’s where Ireland’s last High King, Brian Boru, trounced the Vikings in 1014. The second thing they’ll tell you is that the only battle today is for desirable homes – preferably with views of Dublin Bay. It’s also the perfect setting for a walk in St Anne’s Park or Fairview Park. Songwriter and musician Ben loves travelling. He's also a huge fan of Italian cooking and cinema. If you want a quick, hearty snack in Dublin, look no further than The Pieman in Temple Bar! As well as tasty pies, they also serve gourmet sandwiches and Irish craft beers. Niamh lives in peaceful County Wicklow, but loves the excitement of exploring lively Dublin city. I always recommend that visitors take this tour with a difference – you get the chance to explore Dublin on a "viking boat": basically a floating school bus! It’s an exciting journey along the famous Grand Canal, with a Viking guide who fills you in on the city's vibrant history. Florida-born Bianca loves to explore: she worked in New Zealand before moving to Dublin 6 years ago. I recommend visiting the Powerscourt Shopping Centre. It’s inside a townhouse which was once the city retreat of Lord Powerscourt, and most of the exterior and interior of the building remain the same. It’s really neat to see little boutique shops where the bedrooms used to be! Even after 10 years living in the USA and Germany, Vanessa always knew she’d come home to Dublin. When you think of Ireland, you think of leprechauns, right? The National Leprechaun Museum offers guided tours with fascinating storytelling. It’s a great place to learn all about Irish mythology and folklore (not just leprechauns!) Dublin native Paula loves living within 30 minutes of both the beach and the mountains! The Iveagh Gardens are one of the least known of Dublin's parks, even though they’re right in the city centre. They were designed in 1865 and have a real “secret garden” feel, with grottos, waterfalls and a maze – great for a quick escape within the city! Wayne has lived in Tokyo, LA, Abu Dhabi and Copenhagen, but says there’s nowhere quite like Dublin. Make sure to check out Block T, a hub of creativity with studio spaces for artists, sculptors, musicians and designers. The complex also hosts exhibitions of photography, art, woodwork and poetry, as well as hands-on workshops, talks, club nights and local live band performances. Wicklow girl Julie feels lucky to live in the countryside close to Dublin: the best of both worlds! Grafton Street runs between Saint Stephen's Green and College Green, and is one of Dublin’s two main shopping streets. It’s pedestrianised so it’s a haven for avid shoppers, as well as being a great spot to see talented musicians, poets and mime artists perform in the street performers. English-born Louise loves travelling the world but has put down roots since buying a run-down house. When in Dublin, make sure to take a scenic cycle or stroll through the beautiful Phoenix Park. It's the largest inner-city park in Europe, and is also home to Dublin Zoo and the house of the president of Ireland. Booking veteran Olivia is currently living in Cambridge, but always loves visiting Dublin. I love going to Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre for fabulous shopping in a beautiful part of the city. It’s situated in a lovely building with impressive architecture, and has a vast array of shops. I even managed to sneak in a beauty treatment last time I visited! Local girl Sarah has just swapped Dublin for London. She loves baking, shopping and partying. You should definitely visit George's Street Arcade! It’s filled with boutique shops and stalls selling jewellery, souvenirs and other homemade goodies. It’s quite small but it’s perfect for a little wander around, and it’s only a 5-minute walk from Grafton Street and Temple Bar. Diana’s originally from Germany but after 8 years in Dublin, she can't imagine living anywhere else. The Temple Bar markets take place at the weekend in the small, cobbled streets of Temple Bar – one of the oldest parts of the city. There’s a food market, a book market and a Designer Mart that are all worth a visit! Family man Dave is a proud Dubliner who loves immersing himself in the culture of his native city. It may seem odd to visit a graveyard as a tourist, but Glasnevin Cemetery is beautiful, gothic and intriguing. It’s the final resting place for many of Ireland’s most influential sons and daughters: the on-site museum tells their story, and in the process, the history of Ireland itself. Shopaholic Tom enjoys travelling, listening to good music and spending time with friends. You can’t leave Dublin without a photo of the Ha’penny Bridge, a beloved local landmark. This charming little bridge is especially pretty when lit up at night – you can use it to cross the River Liffey, then head to the Ha’penny Bridge Inn for a pint. Booking.com asked travelers... I had two mishaps while in Dublin. One wasthe loss of my driver's license and credit cards, which I already described. The other was losing my balance and tumbling in a busy intersection, landing right in front of a bus. A number of people stopped to help me up and gather my things, but one young woman in particular took charge of me. She steered me to the nearest coffee shop for a cup of hot tea (Irish panacea). She stayed with me until my nerves were steadier and then walked me to a pharmacy for a few things to take care of my scrapes and bruises before leaving. When I got back to my hotel, the receptionist noticed my bedraggled appearance and asked if there was anything she could do to help. Shortly after I went up to my room, she appeared with a bottle of wine and her wishes that it would give me a more pleasant evening. I think that's amazing treatment from two total strangers! Booking.com asked travelers... It sounds obnoxious and annoying, but I purchased my ticket to & from the airport along with a 2 day hop on/hop off bus ride. So touristy, I know - but - it's a great way to spend time seeing the city if you have to wait to check into your hotel/hostel or if you are trying to acclimate to the time difference but are too tired to walk or figure out where to walk on a map. You ride easily into town and then on O'Connell street, change to the hop on/hop off bus, where you swipe your bus card over the reader to validate, grab a pair of headphones (or not) - sometimes it's a live guide - and you get a great lay of the land very quickly. I rode both the city and dockside tours, and then felt I really understood the layout of Dublin for further exploring on foot. It can seem cheesy, but I think it's helpful. Booking.com asked travelers... Ireland As much as it is heralded, I would avoid Temple Bar. It's not a realistic representation of Dublin nightlife, and you will pay a premium for drinks, with prices in some pubs rising at varying times through the night. Booking.com asked travelers... United Kingdom Not on this occasion! ( Have been many times before to excellent productions at The Gate Theater ). Watched 'Romeo & Juliet', dreadful! Left after the interval!! Booking.com asked travelers... I like that fact that the clothes are different from what you see in the states. Avoca is one of my favorite stores with wonderful cafe. Booking.com asked travelers... United Kingdom The people who know the history and tell you abouut it in an entertaining way. Booking.com asked travelers... United Kingdom So many great looking places, anything we ate was of excellent quality Booking.com asked travelers... Ireland fab city culture, shopping and food Booking.com asked travelers... Ireland Italien Dublin International Airport is less than 15 km north of the city centre and is easily accessible by bus. Aircoach, a 24-hour shuttle bus, costs EUR 7 when paying directly at the bus stop or EUR 6 if booked online in advance. Journey time is approximately 30 minutes. Dublin Bus also runs the Airlink 747 service, which costs EUR 6 and takes about 45 minutes. Tickets can be bought from the Travel Information desk in Terminal 1 or from ticket machines at the bus stops. Train travel in Ireland is relatively efficient but is limited to major towns and cities. Trains to Cork, Belfast and the west coast originate from Dublin's two main stations, Connolly and Heuston. Connolly Station is also a hub forthe DART, a local rail line which runs north-south along the Dublin Bay coastline, carrying a mixture of city commuters and daytrippers heading forthe beach. DART tickets cost EUR 1.70–EUR 4.35 and can be bought online or at the station. Buses are a great way to move around Dublin, with over 100 routes criss-crossing the city. You can pay directly on the bus (EUR 1.80–EUR 3.05 depending on destination, exact change only) or buy a pre-paid ticket offering unlimited travel within 90 minutes, 1 day, or several days. Tickets and Leap top-up cards are available from newsagents all over the city: the Leap Card entitles you to discounted fares and automatically calculates the cheapest ticket for you. Taxis in Dublin are safe and efficient, though not particularly cheap. They're clearly marked with a yellow and blue sign on the roof, and can be hailed in the street, found at a taxi rank or ordered via phone or app. All taxis use the same metered prices: you should find cards in the seat pockets detailing the pricing scale. Initial fares range from EUR 4.10 to EUR 4.45, with an extra charge added for each additional passenger. Payment is generally cash only. Luas is the Irish word for 'speed' and these trams are a speedy way to move around Dublin, with two lines spreading out from the city centre to the southern suburbs. Single tickets range from EUR 1.70 to EUR 2.90 depending on distance travelled. If you’ll be travelling frequently, pick up a Leap top-up card and you won’t pay more than EUR 6.40 per day, no matter how many journeys you make. Make sure to check in and out using the card readers at the tram doors. Dublin is ideal for cycling: it’s small, flat and has extensive cycle lanes. Grab a bike from one of the many Dublinbikes stations situated throughout the city – bicycles are available between 05:00 and 00:30 daily, and can be dropped off at any time. To use the service, you’ll need to buy a Dublinbikes access card from the card machines found at selected bike stations. A 3-day ticket costs EUR 5 and the first 30 minutes of each journey is free. Dublin is a small city and is best explored on foot, by bike or using the extensive public transport network. If you do decide to drive, keep in mind that there are lots of one-way streets and that street signs are often hidden away on the corners of buildings. Parking spaces are at a premium: illegally parked cars will quickly be clamped or towed away. It’s also worth noting that petrol stations may not be as easy to find as in other similar-sized cities. 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News Buffalo Grove High School teacher's death in school building delays start of classes Shout Out: Craig Grandt Stevenson High School students, veterans share experiences during inaugural Vet Fest Metra board votes to increase fares by 5.8 percent in 2017 Former Buffalo Grove administrator remembered for devotion following his death Show takes on '80s hits from Cyndi Lauper to Duran Duran Wheeling Township plans for future without road district Metra expected to approve third fare hike in 3 years Charges filed against Stevenson High School students involved in fight Buffalo Grove eighth grader works the campaign trail, even though he's too young to vote Lake County voters eager to see the end of 'negative' campaign Buffalo Grove police looking for man who exposes himself to teenagers Buffalo Grove High School group Elevate encourages student to make smarter choices Teachers leave political views at schoolhouse gate Quartet jazzes up traditional tunes for Veterans Day show Lincolnshire police: Fight at Stevenson High School sends two girls to hospital Cubs' run toward a World Series championship disrupting plans for Buffalo Grove groups Halloween contest recognizes Buffalo Grove residents for spooky lawns Presidential sweets: Bakeries busy turning out Clinton, Trump cookies Show presents Nat King Cole's 'Unforgettable' music Stevenson High School parade marched students to early-voting site Wheeling Township voters to decide future of road district Arlington Heights man teaches you how to survive a zombie apocalypse Buffalo Grove reverses ban, allows for BYOB service at restaurants Vince Vaughn shows off another terrible hairdo in 'Ellen' appearance Stevenson High School explores building expansion with enrollment increasing 'Creative aging' for seniors makes its way to the Lincolnshire area Guide to suburban holiday bazaars and boutiques Halloween fun rolls into Arlington Heights Fire causes $55,000 in damages to Buffalo Grove home Buffalo Grove police urge calm after reports of angry motorists pointing guns Lincolnshire-Prairie View School District 103 considers new student fee Police: Man exposes himself to children in Buffalo Grove Breast cancer survivor steps into Buffalo Grove dance studio to support cancer patients Metra proposes raising fares by an average of 5.8 percent — $11.75 for monthly passes Proposed Culver's, Lincolnshire officials spar over use of electronic sign Authorities urge safety following abandoned house fires in Long Grove Man accused of fatally shooting Buffalo Grove woman pleads not guilty Buffalo Grove police launch online reporting system to save residents, officers time Hundreds welcome fall during Harvest Festival at Kingswood United Methodist Church Seeing new construction, Aptakisic-Tripp School District 102 braces for student growth Families help line road in Long Grove with scarecrows Boo-tiful DIY last minute Halloween costumes Build a scarecrow, then party at Autumn Harvest Buffalo Grove police weigh options with malfunctioning jail locks Regal movie theaters to screen next presidential debate Buffalo Grove business owner can't legally write his own parking tickets, police say 'Pumpkin church' Kingswood United Methodist selling 30,000 pounds of pumpkins in Buffalo Grove Barrington schools lead pack of 2016 Blue Ribbon winners in Lake County Stevenson High School launch donation drive for Baton Rouge flood victims Police present at 2 Long Grove schools following bomb threat Apple Fest in Long Grove ushers in fall season Police: Antioch man destroys dozens of mailboxes near Lincolnshire Fewer Community Consolidated School District 21 teachers lightens budget Lake Zurich keeps consumer electricity program as other suburbs drop theirs After controversy, Long Grove Neighbors raise $5,000 for Northern Illinois Food Bank Buffalo Grove could allow for BYOB service at restaurants Community vibe, healthier habits driving residents to suburban farmers markets Buffalo Grove drops idea of penalizing bicyclists for not wearing helmets It's all forthe ladies at Metropolis Sunday Soiree Mambo Italiano owners pitch new restaurant for Buffalo Grove Golf Course Buffalo Grove 15-year-old arrested after crash in Park Ridge Man who was tased during Stevenson High football game is being investigated More than 600 run in the 'Rotary Race for Charity' in Long Grove Two Stevenson High School graduates moved, joined the Israeli army Area police, residents pull airplanes to raise money for Special Olympics Illinois For high school freshmen, Sept. 11 represents divide between national memory and history Vernon Hills resident looking to open craft brewery in Long Grove Buffalo Grove family honors late husband, father at Chicago prostate cancer event Man suffers life-threatening injuries in Long Grove car-truck crash Turnout steady for opening night of Buffalo Grove Days Buffalo Grove police investigating death near Riverwalk office complex Owners of problematic Fireside Terrace condos in Buffalo Grove elect new board Lincolnshire cancels Emporium Lake County liquor license after business closed Hank Williams tribute show 'Lovesick Blues' makes debut Wheeling manufacturer ThermFlo moving to Buffalo Grove Charge downgraded against man accused in fatal interstate shooting Veterinary Specialty Center provides rehab facility for pets in Buffalo Grove area Long Grove's Maggie Krebs wins Mario Make Me a Model Pub 83 restaurant coming to Long Grove despite close video gaming vote Buffalo Grove Days features new location but no fireworks Long Grove village president decides against re-election bid Filled with conflict, Fireside Terrace in Buffalo Grove looks toward condo board vote More than 6,000 came to Long Grove for first-ever Vintage Days Buffalo Grove Symphonic Band's first summer concert series a hit with fans Village Hall moves closer to fining Jewel-Osco for upkeep of empty Dominick's building Buffalo Grove police, summer camp offer help when autistic teen's clothes go missing $10,000 grant helps Buffalo Grove Park District restore Mike Rylko Community Park Wedding anniversary, family reunion coincide with Honor Flight for Long Grove man Long Grove shuts down developers' idea for apartments Buffalo Grove stabbing suspect is felon awaiting trial in cop-knifing See 'Charlotte's Web' live on stage at Arlington Heights Library Buffalo Grove police arrest 1, seek charges in home invasion, stabbing of 4 Bacon Brothers bring folk, rock, soul to Metropolis Four stabbed in Buffalo Grove home invasion; three persons of interest being questioned, police say New faces, later start times await Lincolnshire, Buffalo Grove students forthe new year Buffalo Grove student playwright chosen for Kennedy Center program in D.C. Village Bar & Grill in Buffalo Grove could receive facelift, new Southern theme Former South Siders recall idyllic life, before Speck Rare, federally protected orchids near Long Grove cause issues for IDOT officials Obama signs heroin antidote bill pushed by Arlington Heights nonprofit Strong showing for first craft beer festival in Long Grove, organizers say Magic returns: Bookstores celebrating 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' with release parties Residents concerned about possible takeoff changes at Chicago Executive Airport Bullies take the stage for 'Heathers: The Musical' Chicago Executive Airport rejects self-serve fuel for small planes, despite pilots' pleas Water polo player who said she was assaulted in pool: 'I have to step up' Ex-high school water polo player: I was sexually assaulted during game Summertime renovations start at school districts in Buffalo Grove, Lincolnshire Buffalo Grove police investigating possible drug overdose of 32-year-old woman 'History of Comedy' from caveman chuckles to irony lessons High schools in Buffalo Grove, Lincolnshire ready to move past PARCC exams Authorities determining what caused a natural gas leak in Long Grove Metropolis stages Johnny Cash musical 'Ring of Fire' Buffalo Grove family decides to restart charitable outing 'Angels in the Fairway' Prairie Krafts Brewing brings craft beer, inviting atmosphere to Buffalo Grove Water quality in Buffalo Grove meets government standards, report shows Buffalo Grove Symphonic Band rings in Fourth of July Long Grove covered bridge faces uncertain future as engineering study starts IDOT projects in Buffalo Grove, Long Grove to continue under stopgap budget Virtual reality could someday empower students, area educators say Long Grove, Hawthorn Woods urge Rauner to stop funding Route 53 extension study Buffalo Grove police warn about sexting, mobile apps after child shares nude photo with stranger Christopher Kale Jones takes on the songs of Bobby Darin Community donations help Buffalo Grove add new canine officer
A 39-year-old Buffalo Grove High School teacher died in the school building Monday evening, prompting officials to delay the start of the school day Tuesday morning, according to Township High School District 214. Stephanie Ramos, an English Language Learners and World Language teacher, was found... From his stool behind the cash register in the cozy, wood-paneled front office of his Arlington Heights gas station, Craig Grandt spent a recent morning greeting a steady stream of visitors by name, one of whom was his 93-year-old mother, who dropped by with a clutch of papers that needed to be... Knowing they would be in school on Veterans Day forthe first time in years, some Stevenson High School students decided to do something new to celebrate veterans for their service. So, students a part of the Stevenson club "Students Helping Soldiers" brought local veterans with them to school... Metra's board on Friday voted to approve its third rate increase in three years, which would raise fares in 2017 by $11.75 for a monthly pass. Under a $1.06 billion budget for 2017 approved by the board, fares forthe commuter rail service's 150,000 daily commuters will increase by an average of... Known for his kindness, longtime Buffalo Grove administrator Bill Brimm would like to leave his office, sometimes at dawn, and sell parking passes to commuters at the Metra stop in the village, recalled trustee Jeff Berman. Brimm, a former village manager and finance director, had his own reasons... The 1980s was a musically rich decade. Lisa Rock and Sari Greenberg will share some of their favorite songs from that period when they perform "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" at Metropolis Performing Arts Centre on Nov. 19. There's no doubt that these talented performers will be having fun and sharing... Wheeling Township officials near Buffalo Grove said they have to figure out their next steps now that township voters overwhelmingly decided to consolidate operations and abolish the township road district. Almost 69 percent favored the referendum to abolish the district, which maintains 5.4 miles... Metra's board on Friday is expected to approve its third rate hike in three years, which as proposed would raise fares by $11.75 for a monthly pass. Under a $1.06 billion budget for 2017 proposed last month, fares forthe commuter rail service's 150,000 daily commuters would increase by an average... Charges have been filed against two girls involved in a fight last week at Stevenson High School that sent them both to the hospital, police said. The misdemeanor charges of simple battery against the 15- and 17-year-old students followed an "extensive investigation" by the Lincolnshire Police... For Arjun Nageswaran, 13, skipping school on Election Day meant finishing up his classroom assignments early so he could volunteer at the Arlington Heights campaign office for U.S. Senate candidate Tammy Duckworth. "My parents are happy that I'm working forthe Duckworth campaign, so they called... Voters in Lake County weighed in today on everything from the tenor of the presidential race to what issues informed their votes as they headed to their local polling places. Some voters were eager to see the end of an often bitter campaign season, while others expressed enthusiasm forthe chance... Buffalo Grove police are working to identify a man who allegedly has been driving in the village and exposing himself to teenagers, police said. Police first received a report Oct. 5, describing a man driving an Infiniti sedan who pulled up to two, 13-year-old girls near Arlington Heights Road... A new student group at Buffalo Grove High School believe they have some of the answers to why teenagers experiment with vices â drugs, alcohol use, bad eating and sleeping habits. The eight students who helped start the group, called Elevate, also like to talk with their peers and share a new understanding... Every year, Zack Crandall asks his students at Buffalo Grove High School if they can guess his political leanings. The results, he said, are typically an even split between Democrat and Republican. "That's my goal," he said. "They don't know where I come from." Crandall, who teaches mostly seniors... Every branch of the military service will be saluted during "Stars and Stripes: The Music of our Country with the Matt Kowalski Quartet," a Veterans Day Concert at the Metropolis Performing Arts Centre. "I'd really like to show the veterans out there how much it means to us that they put their time... Two Stevenson High School students were taken to the hospital after a fight involving multiple students Tuesday morning, police said. The fight, which occurred around 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, involved three teenagers â a 15-year-old girl, a 17-year-old girl and a 16-year-old boy â according to a news... Whether they are Chicago Cubs fans or not, organizers of community events, wedding ceremonies and even funerals in the Buffalo Grove area have had to tinker with plans to accommodate the team's playoff run and first World Series appearance in 71 years. For some local event planners, they've been... When it comes to Halloween decorating, some want to make their lawns look scary, while others just want to be cute. But for owners of 17 Buffalo Grove homes, they're all competing to have the best Halloween-decorated yard in the village thanks to a new contest started this fall by the Buffalo Grove... All across the United States this election season, cookie pros are getting out their red, white and blue frostings and their piping bags are wearing thin. The idea of special sweets for Election Day isn't half-baked: election cake is a tradition as old as the 13 colonies. The most talked-about... Evan Tyrone Martin has loved the music of Nat King Cole for as long as he can remember. "My grandmother was a really big fan of his," Martin said. "His catalogue was one of the catalogues that she listened to a lot in the huge mix of records she used to own. I've kind of had Nat King Cole in my... On Saturday, Stevenson High School students took steps to encourage young people to vote during the upcoming election. Actually, they took many steps all the way from a parking lot at Stevenson to the Vernon Township office, which is an early-voting site forthe Lincolnshire area. And the marching... Although his name isn't on the ballot, Wheeling Township Highway Commissioner Scott Saewert realizes the fate of his office is in the hands of voters Nov. 8. Voters among the 1,200 residents of Wheeling Township will decide a referendum that asks whether the township should abolish its road district,... If you've been asking yourself, "What the heck would I do in the event of a real-life zombie apocalypse," never fear. Robert Kraybill's got you covered. The 20-year-old Arlington Heights resident, horror filmmaker and zombie aficionado will be holding his third annual Zombie Awareness Program (ZAP)... Customers walking into Buffalo Grove restaurants soon may be able to bring their own alcohol with them. During their Oct. 17 meeting, Buffalo Grove trustees lifted the village prohibition on bring-your-own-bottle service. Effective immediately, any restaurant that already holds a liquor license... Vince Vaughn seems to be wigging out over the Cubs. The 46-year-old actor, who grew up in Buffalo Grove and Lake Forest, sported a wig on Tuesday's episode of Ellen DeGeneres' show. DeGeneres snatched the wig off to reveal Vaughn's bald head, which he recently shaved for his role in the upcoming... As they see student enrollment pick back up, district board members at Stevenson High School now are considering a building expansion that could add classroom space. During a meeting Oct. 17, the board instructed its architecture firm Wight and Co., to design a 21-classroom addition to the east... The elderly residents who gathered recently at Vernon Area Public Library in Lincolnshire started singing inconspicuous songs about dogs in windows and blue-suede shoes. The performance looked routine until the participants started adding their own meanings, derived from their past experiences,... 'Tis the season for shopping at holiday bazaars and boutiques, with hand-made gifts and homemade treats all ready forthe festive days ahead. Candy Cane Holiday Bazaar Takes place 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Nov. 2 and 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Nov. 3, at the East Wing Glenview Senior Center, 2400 Chestnut Ave., Glenview.... Kids will gather Halloween goodies indoors at Arlington Heights Park District's Trunk-or-Treat, 6-8:15 p.m. Oct. 28 in the Village of Arlington Heights' Public Works building, 222 N. Ridge Ave. "The Village takes out all of their equipment and their vehicles and we invite local businesses and organizations... A fire that started from inside a home office Sunday in Buffalo Grove caused an estimated $55,000 in property damage, the Buffalo Grove Fire Department said Tuesday. Firefighters from the department responded at 4:35 p.m. to the 1400 block of Caren Court after a neighbor spotted smoke coming from... Police in Lake County have responded to a few incidents this year where enraged motorists have pointed guns at other drivers, though such occurrences are still rare. Two of the three incidents reported earlier this summer have happened in Buffalo Grove, where police are reminding motorists to keep... Officials at Lincolnshire-Prairie View School District 103 are exploring the idea of charging a new fee to families whose students participate in extra-curricular activities to try and offset increasing costs at the district. District board members discussed the idea earlier this month as they... Buffalo Grove police said a man exposed himself to two girls in the village earlier this month. On Oct. 5, two 13-year-old girls said they were walking near an intersection of Arlington Heights Road when a man exposed himself to them, police said. The man pulled up alongside the girls in a blue... Later this month, a Mount Prospect resident who overcame breast cancer will dance during an area fundraiser and try to show other women dealing with cancer that life can move forward after a diagnosis. Rochelle Schleser even trained forthe occasion at the Fred Astaire Dance Studio in Buffalo Grove... Squeezed for money to modernize its aging rail system, Metra's board proposed the third rate hike in three years on Friday, raising fares by $11.75 for a monthly pass. Under a $1.06 billion budget for 2017 proposed at Friday's board meeting, fares forthe commuter rail service's 150,000 daily commuters... The plan to add a Culver's restaurant in Lincolnshire faces an uncertain future after the franchise owner and village trustees differed on whether the proposed business can advertise electronically its custard "flavor of the day." The owner of the Culver's franchise in Buffalo Grove, who wants... As Halloween approaches, numerous Lake County authorities are advising teenagers to be extra cautious after two fires happened in abandoned houses near the Long Grove area. Michael Schmitt, fire marshal forthe Long Grove Fire Protection District, said the district responded earlier this year to... A Wisconsin man accused of shooting a Buffalo Grove woman dead during an interstate attack has pleaded not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect. Zach Hays faces reckless homicide and recklessly endangering safety charges in Milwaukee County in connection with the May 1 shooting deaths of... A new online system at the Buffalo Grove Police Department means a resident can report minor car crashes or lost property from the confines of his or her own home or directly from the scene. It also should free up time for officers to solve and prevent major crimes in the village, Buffalo Grove... About 700 people came out on Saturday to Kingswood United Methodist Church to welcome the fall season during the church's annual Harvest Festival. "The weather was perfect," said Carianne Short, coordinator of connections and discipleship at Kingswood, adding how the event went well. The festival... With enrollment increasing and at least one large residential development possibly coming to the area, officials at Aptakisic-Tripp School District 102 in Buffalo Grove are discussing how to create more space at the district. Superintendent Lori Wilcox described the increasing student population... Motorists traveling along Old McHenry Road in Long Grove shouldn't be frightened to see dozens of scarecrows staring back at them. Over the past weekend, families came to downtown Long Grove to decorate and build 67 scarecrows that will line Old McHenry Road forthe second annual "Scarecrow Day"... Don't go batty this Halloween. Instead, dress up your little ghouls and goblins in easy to make costumes that require little more than paint, glue and creativity. And most of the items your need you'll find in your own pantry or closet. Pineapple and Strawberry Rain ponchos and plastic headbands... Test your family's scarecrow-building skills at Arlington Heights Park District's Autumn Harvest, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8 at North School Park, Eastman St. and Arlington Heights Road. Scarecrow-building is "on a first come-first served basis," explained Katie Newport, Recreation Park supervisor.... Moving detainees into jail cells is becoming a bigger chore for Buffalo Grove police. The locks on the jail cells all open and close fine, but the locks on the fingerprinting and mugshot stations only open some of the times, said Lt. Tom Nugent. "The controls don't always work correctly," Nugent... Political junkies seeking a larger-than-life version of the Oct. 9 presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump need look no further than local Regal movie theaters. Regal Entertainment Group, including movie theaters in Lincolnshire, Crystal Lake and Warrenville, will air the debate... A Buffalo Grove business owner known to charge people for parking in his private lot without permission has said he will stop writing his own form of parking tickets after being warned by police about the legal consequences. For about a year, Chuck Anderson, who operates Epix Inc., a camera equipment... How large is the demand this fall for pumpkins in Buffalo Grove? Kingswood United Methodist Church in the village soon will find out. Acknowledging their community reputation as the "pumpkin church," the congregation at 401 W. Dundee Road typically purchases and sells about 20,000 pounds of pumpkins... Eleven schools in Lake County, including three in Barrington, recently won national Blue Ribbon awards from the U.S. Department of Education for exemplary academic performance. At Barrington School District 220, Countryside Elementary School and Grove Avenue Elementary School both were recognized,... As waters that flooded the streets of Baton Rogue earlier this summer start to dry up, help from the outside world has trickled into the Louisiana city, including the assistance of cheerleaders and the dance team from Stevenson High School. The Spirit Revolution group at the Lincolnshire school... Although a recent bomb threat directed at two Long Grove schools appears to be a hoax, the Lake County Sheriff's Office is keeping a deputy at the building through Friday, school officials said. Greg Grana, principal of Woodlawn Middle School, which was subject to the threat made over the weekend... A fall tradition in Long Grove, the three-day Apple Fest this past weekend attracted an estimated 30,000 people, said Ryan Messner, president of the Historic Downtown Long Grove Business Association. "Apple Fest is always the start of the fall season and we really do enjoy putting on a festival... The residents of the street immediately west of Stevenson High School are picking up pieces of their mailboxes after, police said, an Antioch man damaged dozens of them with his car. Several of the neighbors who live on Apple Hill Lane, between Route 22 and Port Clinton Road, said they awoke Sunday... With fewer teachers on the payroll now, the newly approved budget for Community Consolidated School District 21 has shrunk by about $3 million. District board members decided last year not to replace retirees and educators who left for jobs elsewhere. Attrition cut the state-certified instruction... While some area towns are bailing from electricity aggregation programs that were designed to save consumers money on their electricity bills, Lake Zurich users still are seeing savings, village officials said. In July, residents enrolled in the Lake Zurich program enjoyed a nearly 12 percent drop... After seven months of planning and some missteps that raised suspicions about political ties, organizers with new community group Long Grove Neighbors said they raised $5,000 to benefit only the Northern Illinois Food Bank. Lead organizer Marcia Marshall said the group wrapped up its first "Loving... Some Buffalo Grove restaurant owners are worried about what a proposed liquor change, permitting customers to "bring your own bottle," would do to their bottom lines. During the fall, Buffalo Grove officials will gauge restaurant owners' interest in the proposed liquor addition after trustees discussed... Earlier this month, the Lake Zurich Farmers Market closed out its most successful season, where weekly attendance increased by an estimated 67 percent, at a time when other area farmers markets also saw elevated demand. Village President Tom Poynton attributed a significant portion of the Lake... In Buffalo Grove, bicyclists of all ages still can ride without wearing a helmet, even though village officials recently weighed whether to fine cyclists who don't use the protective gear. Since November, village board members have been looking into writing an ordinance that would require all bicyclists... Men, don't even think about coming to the Sunday Soiree at Metropolis Performing Arts Centre on Oct. 2. The fundraiser is a ladies-only event. The first Metropolis Sunday Soiree was in 2004, "And it has been growing stronger ever since," said Special Events Coordinator Joan Sellergren. "We reinvented... Buffalo Grove trustees soon could decide the future of the Village Bar and Grill, located within the Buffalo Grove Golf Course, after hearing pitches from two businesses offering different concepts forthe restaurant. During a board meeting Monday, the owners of Mambo Italiano in Mundelein proposed... An unlicensed, 15-year-old driver was arrested in Park Ridge last week after police said he caused a collision with another car and then attempted to run away. The boy, a resident of Buffalo Grove, was driving a 2013 Toyota Camry south on Western Avenue just before 2 a.m. Sept. 5, when police said... Police are investigating an incident during a recent Stevenson High School football game, where authorities said they used a Taser to detain a possibly suicidal man who was running through the bleachers and toward the field. At about 8 p.m. Friday, Lincolnshire police responded to a call for help... A longtime fundraising race in Long Grove that underwent a name change this year was well attended, according to organizers. More than 600 runners came to Long Grove Saturday forthe rebranded "Rotary Race for Charity," which replaces the name of the 19-year-old "Long Grove Heritage Race." The... Once a Buffalo Grove resident, Arielle Shemesh realizes she has chosen a unique path compared to most of her Stevenson High School classmates she graduated with back in June. She now finds herself in the middle of a desert in a different part of the world, surrounded by many strangers who speak... Buffalo Grove Police Chief Steven Casstevens was in disbelief Saturday after he helped his colleagues pull a 90-ton airplane a few feet forward using only rope. He didn't think the airplane would actually move. But once the Buffalo Grove department managed to pull it 12 feet, Casstevens was satisfied... Stevenson High School social studies teacher Pat Ambrose feels heightened excitement when he goes to teach his students about the 9/11 attacks, even if most of his students don't remember experiencing the drama of that day. Now a historical moment in many of his students' eyes, Ambrose said they... For years, friends have been challenging Michael Marr to brew special beers for them. Most recently, a guy he knows wanted a beer that tasted like chocolate and bacon. And the recipe that Marr came up with may make the menu of the microbrewery he is proposing to open next spring in Long Grove. ... Diane Hornstein watched her husband go from the most independent, self-sufficient man she knew to depending almost completely on others for care before he died earlier this year. "Forthe first time in his life, he became dependent," said Hornstein of Buffalo Grove. "He survived many trying, challenging... A motorist is being treated for life-threatening injuries at a Park Ridge hospital after surviving an early-morning collision with an 18-wheeler in Long Grove. The 21-year-old Crystal Lake man slammed into the back of an 18-wheeler at 1:25 a.m. Friday, according to the Lake County Sheriffâs of.... A longtime community tradition, Buffalo Grove Days notched another milestone Thursday, when organizers opened the five-day festival at a new location in the village. Forthe community festival this year, organizers moved it to a larger location at Mike Rylko Community Park, 951 McHenry Road. "We're... Buffalo Grove police are investigating a death near the Riverwalk office complex. According to Buffalo Grove Deputy Police Chief Roy Bethge, an individual appears to have died after leaping off one of the structures in a possible suicide. The north garage is seven stories tall, and the south garage... Forthe first time in months, condominium owners at Fireside Terrace in Buffalo Grove will lead their homeowners association board, casting doubt on the future of a property manager new board members say cannot be trusted. At least 26 calls to the Buffalo Grove Police Department have generated... Believing the business closed permanently, Lincolnshire officials recently canceled the liquor license of Emporium Lake County, an arcade and bar that shuttered abruptly without much explanation nearly seven months after opening in the village. Emporium closed for business in early August, posting... Ethan Kinsella is a longtime fan of the music of the late singer and songwriter Hank Williams. "I discovered Hank's music when I left home," Kinsella said. "I had the privilege of studying overseas for a semester and I was looking for a piece of home. When you're homesick, you look for a means of... A Wheeling manufacturer will move its operations to Buffalo Grove next year under a package recently approved by the Buffalo Grove Village Board. ThermFlo has already begun site work on a 40,437-square-foot office and warehouse building at 875 Busch Parkway in the Corporate Grove industrial park... A Wisconsin prosecutor downgraded the most serious charge Monday against a man accused of killing a Buffalo Grove woman in an interstate drive-by shooting, saying the lesser count reflects what he's learning about the man's troubled mental state.Sauk County District Attorney Kevin Calkins initially... Although her pit bull mix Roo only has three legs these days, owner Karen Flor knows her dog's heart and mind are feeling healthy again thanks, in part, to post-surgery rehabilitation, a growing service for area pet owners. After Roo developed chondrosarcoma at 9 years old in his rear left leg... "It means the world to me!" That was how Maggie Krebs of Long Grove felt minutes after hearing herself declared the winner of the 2016 Mario, Make Me a Model competition. A Stevenson High School alum, Krebs is a junior majoring in psychology with minors in 2D media studies, and another in management... Video gaming is expanding to restaurants outside of downtown Long Grove, even though a divided village board debated whether approving another business with the gambling devices wasthe appropriate move. Long Grove trustees were deadlocked on business owner George Callas' proposed Pub 83 restaurant... Labor Day weekend typically means Buffalo Grove Days in the village, and this year is no different although organizers made some changes. The annual community festival will move from Lake Cook Road and Raupp Boulevard to a new and larger location at Mike Rylko Community Park, 951 McHenry Road,... Long Grove will have a new village president in 2017 after current officeholder Angie Underwood recently decided not to seek a second term. Citing sleeping problems and stress that comes with the position, Underwood said her first term will be her last despite an upturn in downtown business activity... Following orders from a Cook County judge, a group of Buffalo Grove condominium owners will assemble Saturday to elect an all-new board. The move follows an ongoing battle between condo owners and their property manager that has resulted in at least 26 calls to the Buffalo Grove Police Department... A few restaurants may have run out of food, but the first Vintage Days weekend in Long Grove did not run out of visitors. The Long Grove Business and Community Partners are testing out a series of new, smaller festivals meant to attract neighbors from surrounding suburbs. One of those new events... The weather has not gone along with Jim Osters' plan, but the crowds have. "It was very touch-and-go, whether we would get an audience," the president of the Buffalo Grove Symphonic Band said. "Once the rain stopped, people started streaming in from all sorts of directions." That was Osters' view... Frustrated with the diminishing curb appeal of a former Dominick's grocery store, Buffalo Grove could soon take a tougher stance with the owner of the property. Local officials have spent time in recent weeks with the real estate arm of New Albertsons, Inc., the nationwide firm that controls the... After numerous twists that left a Buffalo Grove family victims of an apparent theft, resident Trevor Charney ultimately found himself in an enviable position during a recent summer camp. He had the newest clothes of all the campers. But that happened only after his parents, police officers and... A $10,000 Green Region grant will go a long way toward some $26,000 total in the next round of improvements at Mike Rylko Community Park, said Tim Howe, director of parks and risk management forthe Buffalo Grove Park District. "It's great to get money to continue a project," Howe said. "We're... A lot of crowds have been clamoring to see Francis Wolowic in the past few days. Last week, his five sons and five daughters, plus their own children, came back to Long Grove to help him and his wife, Lorraine, celebrate their 65th anniversary. And on Sunday, the man friends know as Frank took... Two developers who thought they had found the right location for their next project hit a dead end after the Long Grove Village Board dismissed their proposal at its first appearance. Market Properties Group Inc. was interested in converting the building that used to be the headquarters of CF Industries... The man accused of breaking into a Buffalo Grove home and stabbing multiple people and a dog is a convicted felon awaiting trial in Wisconsin on charges that he slashed a police officer in the face, according to authorities and court records. Jacob William Beeman, 29, who lives with his grandparents... Children are still enthralled by reading E.B. White's "Charlotte's Web" even though it was first published 64 years ago. Linda Madonia of American Eagle Productions thinks that's cause for celebration. "It's a story that is now being passed to a third generation of readers," she said. "Grandparents,... Buffalo Grove police on Thursday morning arrested one of three "persons of interest" in the home invasion and stabbing of four people as officers wait forthe Cook County state's attorney's office to file charges against the suspect. Officers released the other two they brought into custody Wednesday... There aren't six degrees of separation between Kevin Bacon and his older brother Michael. Actor Kevin, whose prolific career has led to an informal party game â creating a pyramid of actors and their movies that leads to Kevin within six steps â and his Emmy Award-winning composer older brother... Buffalo Grove police are interviewing three "persons of interest" in connection with a home invasion and stabbing in the village, according to Buffalo Grove Police Deputy Chief Roy Bethge. Three of the four people stabbed inside the home a few minutes after midnight Wednesday were treated at hospitals... Now that she has begun what should be the most challenging job of her career, Lori Wilcox can relax. After more than seven months of essentially working for three different school boards, the new superintendent of Aptakisic-Tripp Elementary District 102 answers only to one. "It's nice to work for... Imagine all your woes â everything you worry about or fear â embodied a human form, dressed to impress and started following you around. The things that depress you no longer in your head, but walking around beside you. Andrew Projansky imagined that for a play he wrote, and Depression and the... Operating on a short-term contract, a food-service company tasked with managing a restaurant for Buffalo Grove officials wants to make about an $100,000 renovation that may lead to a long-term relationship with the village. But Buffalo Grove Village Board members have said they want more information... About 200 people who used to live on Chicago's South Side gathered Aug. 2 in a north suburban delicatessen, and many of them talked about how their idyllic lives in a special place came to an end on the same day, about 50 years ago. All around Max and Benny's, a big old-fashioned deli in unincorporated... As state transportation officials grapple with how to preserve federally protected flowers near Long Grove, owners of the land, where the rare eastern prairie fringed orchids lie, have said they don't want the state to intervene. The Illinois Department of Transportation is looking into widening... The journey of a new law President Barack Obama signed on Friday began in the office of an Arlington Heights-based nonprofit. "Lali's Law" creates roughly $11 million in grants for states that want to buy Naloxone, an antidote many Lake County police and fire departments already use to try and... The first-ever Craft Beer and BBQ Days launched in downtown Long Grove over the past weekend, attracting an estimated 1,000 people, said David Gayton, marketing chair forthe Historic Downtown Long Grove Business Association. "We are very excited to be bringing new events to Long Grove, " Gayton... The CIA could take lessons from the people behind "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child â Parts One & Two," the hotly anticipated latest chapter in the story of the young wizard. Here are the basic facts â it's based on an original story written by "Harry Potter" series author J. K. Rowling as well... A possible change in overnight takeoff patterns at Chicago Executive Airport has some residents in Buffalo Grove counting their sheep more closely. Rob Sherman, a licensed pilot and Buffalo Grove resident, has criticized a rerouting idea that officials with the Wheeling-based airport have said... The world is full of bullies, many of which have infiltrated high schools in the form of mean girls. Three of those meanies go by the same name in Up and Coming Theatre Company's production of "Heathers: The Musical." Based on Daniel Waters' 1988 cult classic "Heathers," the musical adaptation by... The directors of a northwest suburban airport have again rejected pilots' request for self-serve fuel, continuing a stalemate over high gas prices during a continued decline in small plane flights. The board of Chicago Executive Airport voted 5-0 Wednesday against offering self-service aviation... Being one of the only girls on McHenry High School's boys water polo team presented its share of challenges over the years to Rebecca Dabrowski. She said she endured name-calling and sometimes felt targeted with especially aggressive play. At away games, when there was no locker room for her to... A female college student who competed on a boys water polo team at a Chicago-area high school said in a nationally televised interview that she was sexually assaulted by an opposing player during a game last year. In an interview with ESPN that aired over the weekend, Rebecca Dabrowski said a player... While warm weather usually marks construction season in Illinois, officials from numerous school districts in Buffalo Grove and Lincolnshire say this summer is quieter than in years past when it comes to their own summertime projects. Stevenson High School is spending its average amount on summer... As Buffalo Grove police investigate the possible drug overdose of a woman, officers are searching to find if others were involved in the incident. Colleen Kovach, 32, of the first block of Stonegate Road, died July 9 after being at a friend's house in the 400 block of Raphael Avenue, according to... History promises to be hilarious in the hands of Eclectic Full Contact Theatre when the company presents "History of Comedy" at Metropolis Performing Arts Centre. The journey through comedy's past will be led by three wacky characters: Prof. Schnickelfritz Von Picklebottom, Bubba Ganoush and Ida... Seeing their high school students navigate a number of assessments each year, school officials in Lincolnshire and Buffalo Grove praised Illinois' recent move to eliminate the PARCC exam for high school students next spring. "There is a sense of relief that PARCC has been lifted off our shoulders,"... A damaged meter that started leaking natural gas into a business in Long Grove closed Illinois Route 83 in both directions for nearly an hour and a half Monday evening, authorities said. Shortly after 7:30 p.m., employees at 83RV, 25514 N. Route 83, reported smelling natural gas inside the business,... Metropolis Performing Arts Centre was hard at work on "Folsom," an original musical about Johnny Cash, when they were forced to take it out of their schedule. "We had a great script in development and the Cash estate asked us to postpone production of it," said Executive and Artistic Director Joe... With an improving economy and after a local charity outing chose to switch its cause from leukemia research to Alzheimer's research, Larry Mix decided to step forward â again. Mix, who lives in Buffalo Grove , decided to re-launch later this month "Angels in the Fairway," an annual golf outing... Come forthe beer and stay forthe homemade beer cookies may not exactly been the lucrative business plan Prairie Krafts Brewing Company had in mind when it opened in Buffalo Grove. But some of the regulars at the only craft microbrewery in the village have helped employees discover the potential... In a recently released report, Buffalo Grove officials said the quality of the village's water supply meets or exceeds federal and state government standards. As a result, the village didn't record any violations during its annual water quality testing in 2015, a year that started to put a national... The Buffalo Grove Symphonic Band performed for roughly two hours Monday at the Rotary Village Green, setting the stage for a fireworks display after the sun set in Buffalo Grove. The community instrumental group puts on the Fourth of July performance each year, playing traditional, patriotic and... Depending on what Long Grove officials do with an upcoming study, the one-lane, covered bridge in the village either may come down or receive a renovation. Long Grove will close the bridge that carries Robert Parker Coffin Road over the Buffalo Creek on July 5forthe rest of the week for repairs,... Summer construction season in Buffalo Grove and nearby Long Grove will continue as planned, despite recent warnings from the Illinois Department of Transportation that $665.5 million of active projects would be suspended if lawmakers didn't approve a stopgap budget by June 30. That all changed... As some area educators see it, an emerging technology has the potential of becoming a school teacher's dream tool. It can let kids wander and explore wherever they want to go because they're not actually wandering anywhere â they're still in the classroom. That is the potential of virtual reality... Officials from two villages long against the idea of extending Route 53 into Lake County have lodged formal opposition, urging Gov. Bruce Rauner and the Illinois Tollway Authority to stop a planned $40 to $50 million environmental study. In a joint letter recently sent to residents, the top two... After a recent sexting incident in which someone allegedly coerced a Buffalo Grove child into sending naked photos of herself, police investigators are urging parents to be more attentive to the mobile applications on their children's devices. "It's a symptom of a hyper-connected world," Deputy... Christopher Kale Jones certainly keeps busy. The Northwestern University graduate starred as Frankie Valli in the first national tour of "Jersey Boys" and he currently tours with Under the Streetlamp, a retro-rock quartet that just recorded its third PBS special, which will air in August and September.... The Buffalo Grove Police Department is fully staffed again now that Badge #168K is taking cases. The "K" on this new addition's badge signifies "K-9," identifying the department's new police dog â a German shepherd. After more than a year without one, officers with the department introduced Hogyn,...
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We love making it as easy as possible for you to add to-dos. Quickly capturing your thoughts and ideas helps you keep your productivity on track. So with that in mind, we're excited to be bringing you a new way to add to-dos with your favorite personal assistant, Cortana! Initially available to US English Windows 10 customers, her new list skill lets you connect your Wunderlist straight to Cortana for easy access to your lists. How to get started Let's start with the basics—tap on the microphone next to the Cortana icon and say "Create a Holiday Planning list" and Cortana... We like to think we have a lot of pretty nifty features in Wunderlist, from adding to-dos from your Android Notification bar to searching on Quick Add for Mac to duplicating Lists. But if you feel you’ve got to grips with all those and you’re ready to take your Wunderlist up a level then we’re here for you. Ever since we opened up our Public API last year, we’ve had a whole heap of great integrations that can really power up your productivity, from Slack to Outlook to Zapier. Now we’ve found 5 lesser-known third-party integrations that we think you’ll love. 1. Make your home screen more... You get in to work after a long weekend and that little number flashes away. 159 unread emails. It’s enough to make you want to turn around and walk out the door again, right? Half those emails are probably internal—people asking about the status of a project or a whole discussion around a presentation that needs to be done. So how did Jason Dooris, CEO of Australian media agency, Atomic 212, go about getting his team out of their inbox and back to doing what they do best? He cut out internal emails all together. Forthe past four months the priority for all 75 employees has been to get... If you like to plan your day with Wunderlist in one hand and a calendar in the other, then our latest integration with Outlook is made just for you. Outlook brings your calendar and email together in one nifty app on your phone and tablet. And now with Wunderlist's Calendar App, you'll be able to see your to-dos as well! To get started, make sure you get Outlook for your iPhone, iPad or Android device. Then all you'll need to do, is follow the three easy steps below. Get Outlook for iPhone, iPad & Android 1. Connect your Wunderlist with Outlook Before we get started,... Have you been cleaning out your cupboards, chucking away those old clothes and vacuuming in long-forgotten corners? You’re not the only one who’s taking on the mammoth task of spring-cleaning your house. Spring isn’t just the time to get your house in order though, it’s also the perfect time to give your own goals a little dust off. How, you ask? Introducing the Productivity Pack. If you’re not yet familiar with the Productivity Pack then read on. Already know what it is and can’t wait to get your hands on it? Just hit that button then. Get The Productivity Pack What is the Productivity... We love apps. From keeping track of your to-dos in Wunderlist to managing your time with your calendar, apps help us get stuff done. But what if you could connect and automate them to do the work for you? Thanks to our friends at Zapier, their updated Wunderlist integration now boasts Multi-Step Zaps and Search Actions, so you can now reach whole new levels of automated-productivity. How Zapier’s Wunderlist Integration works Zapier is a service that connects your to-do lists to the other apps you use all day, like Gmail, Google Calendar, Slack, Evernote, Trello, SalesForce and many more. With... We are super excited to bring you our first Integration with Microsoft Office - say hello to Wunderlist for Outlook! Every day your inbox get inundated with emails. And it’s all too easy to lose track of emails that are more tasks than correspondence. With that in mind, we’ve worked closely with the Outlook team to bring you a simple way of getting your tasks out of your inbox and into your to-do lists. Please note: The new Outlook.com is scheduled to be available to everyone by August 2016. Get Wunderlist for Outlook Divide and Conquer To get the most out of Wunderlist for Outlook,... Remember that moment on December 31st as the clock struck midnight and the fireworks exploded outside, and you said to yourself, “This year I’m really going to stick to my resolutions”? Well over a month has passed and if you need a little helping hand to put your resolutions back in motion, then read on for some motivational tips. 1. Make a Grocery List and stick to it Every year we vow to eat healthily in January, but by February temptation comes a-knocking. The easiest way to keep to this resolution is to create a Grocery List and stick to it. Plan ahead what you’d like to cook during the... With 2015 coming to an end, it’s the perfect time to look back at the year. You might even be pondering just how productive you've been... How many times did you hear that ‘ding’ as you checked off a to-do? What was your most productive day and month? Well, guess no longer because your Wunderlist Year in Review is just a button-click away. See your Year in Review So, how many of the 570,000,000 to-dos that we created together are yours? We’d love to see your Year in Review. Share your Year in Review with us by mentioning @Wunderlist on Twitter or Facebook, or post in the comments... With the holidays and end of year fast approaching you may start to feel overwhelmed with all your to-dos. Don’t worry we’ve got your back! Whether it’s presents to buy, meals to cook or work to be done, a brand new Wunderlist for iPhone and iPad is here to help. With a new design that is simpler, more lightweight and intuitive than ever before, and some smart iOS 9 productivity-boosting features, you’ll be ticking off your to-dos well before last-minute panic strikes. Before we get into the details, let’s get you set up. Go ahead, hit that update button below. Update Now Explore... We live and breathe Wunderlist everyday. Sometimes though, it’s easy to forget that not everyone knows all the little tricks that make using Wunderlist even easier than it already is. We surveyed the office and came up with 10 of our favorite lesser-known Wunderlist features to share with you. Let’s get started! 1. Get your to-dos to work for you as you type You might have heard us talking a lot about Smart Due Dates lately, but there’s a couple of extra features you might not be aware of. On Mac and want to prioritize a to-do? Add a ‘’ before you start typing! But that’s not all, you can... Today we’ve brought our new design to Android. From the Home View to the Detail View we’ve completely redesigned the look of your fav app to make it sleeker and even more intuitive. But that’s not all–there’s much, much more. Read on to see what else is new and click that Update button if you haven’t already. Update Now A brand new look The first thing you’ll notice after updating Wunderlist for Android is how easy it is to see everything at a glance. We’ve minimized your avatar so that you can quickly and easily see more of what you want to see–your lists! Now head into the Detail View... It’s time to introduce you to the best Wunderlist for Windows app yet. Packed with a brand new design, Live Tiles and a more personal way to add to-dos with Cortana, Wunderlist for Windows 10 will help you get stuff done the smart way. But before we show you around what’s new, let’s get to what you really want to do... go ahead and hit the button below! Update Now A new design that’s every part Windows 10 The first thing you’ll see when opening up Wunderlist for Windows 10 is our brand new look. It’s now easier to read your to-do’s thanks to crystal clear backgrounds and wonderful themes... We’re going to just put it out there, college is fun. New friends, adventures, living on your own, parties... But it’s also a time to to learn new life skills and really get stuck in to a subject that interests you–suddenly you’re in a brand new environment where you have to be self-sufficient, willing to collaborate and eager to learn. It’s a great learning curve and one that we hope you love. But sometimes it’s hard to make the transition between school and college, so today we’re here to show you how you can use Wunderlist to easily process some of the new challenges you’ll come across in... The new school year is here! You’ve sharpened your pencils and pulled your backpack out of the depths of your closet—now it’s time to polish up those study habits of yours. Follow along as we outline 5 quick tips to help you conquer your homework with Wunderlist. 1. Get a homework planner you’ll really use If you’re always forgetting your homework planner at home or at school, chances are it’s probably not working for you as well as it could be. Sounds like it’s time to find something that will suit your needs. If you notice that you always have your phone or computer by your side, then why... Emoji, emoji on the wall, who’s the of them all? Is it or maybe ...mmm, chocolate... One thing’s for sure, using emojis in our lists makes getting stuff done, more fun. We’re super to announce that when you put an emoji in front of your list name, it will now become your list's icon! What’ll have you , is that it’s available right now on Wunderlist for iPhone, iPad, Mac, Android, Windows 7, Chrome, and the Web. Update Now How to emojify your Wunderlist It’s a piece of (nom, nom, nom). When you create or rename a list, just type your emoji first, add a space, and then continue... These days teachers are using technology to help students learn in fun and interesting ways, from Skype lessons with kids on the other side of the world to using Google Maps to track the Westward Expansion. It’s not just great for students though–technology is also helping teachers spend less time on admin and more time on what they love, teaching their students. With the new semester on the horizon, we chatted to Andrew Fenstermaker, 5th grade teacher at Penn Elementary in Iowa, USA, and Jon Tait, Deputy Head at Acklam Grange school in Middlesborough, UK. Here’s a taster of how they use... Today we’re inviting you to a very special preview of Wunderlist for Windows 10. That’s right, we’re so excited about our newest app to join the family, that we couldn’t wait to share the Beta with you! But before we get to the downloading part, there’s a couple of things you should know. The not so fine print Please remember that right now Wunderlist for Windows 10 is a work in progress. That means it’s not perfect and there’s a fair chance you’ll come across a few bumps in the road. The good part though is if you find some, you can help us make the Wunderlist for Windows 10 Preview better.... Please join us in welcoming a new look Wunderlist forthe Web, Chrome and Windows 7. Boasting a sleek new design, your Wunderlist app is now faster, easier and more intuitive than ever before. What’s more it’s powerful and will allow us to introduce a host of new features, that will have you getting stuff done the smart way. Oh, and the best bit, is that it’s coming to all your devices soon. But for now let’s get you acquainted with the new look Wunderlist for Web, Chrome and Windows 7. Every individual element of the new design is all about helping you stay more focused and... Paging all Mac and Apple Watch users, your Wunderlist apps just received a very clever update. Not only will these new features have you accomplishing more in no time, you’ll also be wowed by their speed and prowess. We’re talking a faster, smarter and more intuitive way to create, review and complete your to-dos on both devices. Want to know more? Great, let’s talk details. Quick Add - a shortcut to creating to-dos Ok, first things first, download or update Wunderlist for Mac. Now open Wunderlist and hit CTRL+Option(Alt)+W, introducing the brand new Quick Add. Click on the ‘+’ and you can... Drifting off at your desk dreaming of white sand beaches, palm trees swaying and bright blue sea? With a quick read of our top tips for traveling we’ll get you lying on the beach with a cocktail in hand in no time! Planning 101 These days most of our holiday planning happens on the internet - comparing flights, checking out reviews and even getting recommendations from friends on social media. Get the Add to Wunderlist extension on your iPhone, iPad, Android, Safari and Chrome to help you out. As you scour the internet on your phone or desktop you’ll find a lot of articles you want to save... Thanks to the arrival of our Public API, we’ve seen more and more developers connect their apps with Wunderlist to transform the way you get stuff done. Having introduced you to Integrations with Sunrise Calendar, Slack, Zapier and more, we’re bursting with excitement to get talking about our latest Integration with team-chat app, HipChat! This smart Integration has everything you need to make managing your team’s to-dos and communication even easier. Whenever a to-do is added, completed or changed in Wunderlist, you’ll see it pop up in your HipChat room of choice. But our favorite part... Everyone loves a good surprise. And this week you’re bound to have a Wunderlist-shaped smile on your dial, because we’ve got a host of productivity-boosting features coming your way! From the time saving ability to duplicate your lists to Smart Due Dates that will help you get more stuff done, we’ve got something for everyone. Introducing Smart Due Dates It’s only natural to type your to-dos with a due date in mind. It could be that you need to ‘Submit that report tomorrow’ or ‘Email new client proposal in three days’ or ‘Reserve a table for dinner next week’. So to help capture both your... It’s time to Zap a little magic into your productivity flow with our latest integration with Zapier. If you’re not familiar with Zapier, it’s a very helpful service that lets you connect apps like Wunderlist to literally hundreds of other apps. So without much further ado, here’s everything you need to know. The Zapier<>Wunderlist Integration makes it easy to connect your to-dos in Wunderlist with your most beloved web services. And the best (zap-tastic-magic) part is, it all happens automatically to help you save time and get even more stuff done. So what apps can you Zap with... Today marks a momentous day for me and the entire Wunderlist family. I am incredibly excited to share with you that we are joining Microsoft. When we launched Wunderlist almost five years ago now, we set out on a mission to reinvent productivity software. Our goal was to build the most delightful, simple and elegant product to help people manage their daily personal and professional to-dos. Seeing Wunderlist grow to what it is today – 13+ million users, who have collectively created more than 1 billion to-dos – blows my mind. Yet, it's only the beginning. Our aspirations are much bigger.... It must be your lucky week. Following hot on the heels of our Sunrise integration, Slack is now joining the party. Thanks to Slack, you can now add to-dos as you chat and be notified of all the goings-on in your lists right in your channel. So what are you waiting for? Let’s get started. Sign into Slack and click on your company name in the top left, then on "Configure Integrations" in the drop down Find "Wunderlist" in the list of "All Integrations" and click on "Add" Select or create a Slack channel and then click on "Add Wunderlist... UPDATE Sept 2016: With the Sunrise app closing down and the team moving over to the Outlook mobile app it's now best to use our Outlook Calendar integration. This post is dedicated to Josh, Selena, João, Robert, and the many, many other Wunderlist users who have tweeted asking for a Wunderlist and Sunrise integration. Well today, your wishes have been granted! If you’re already familiar with Sunrise then you’ll know that it’s a beautifully designed calendar for your Android, iPhone and Mac. Our friends at Sunrise have made it super easy to see your Wunderlist to-dos in your calendar and... Like you, we use a lot of different apps to get our job done. Yet, it goes without saying that we live and breathe Wunderlist, from using it for bug tracking to helping us share our favourite lunchtime destinations. With Wunderlist being our go-to tool to track, manage and achieve as a team, we wanted to make it also connect and interact with all the other apps we use in a seamless and smart way. Today, we’re taking a big step towards making that possible with the release of our Public API. Our vision forthe API is to enable Wunderlist to participate in the growing interconnected network of... We’re very excited to announce that we’ve added a brand new integration with your Google app’s Now cards! This handy addition to Wunderlist for Android will intelligently show you a Now card with relevant to-dos as you go about your day. No matter if you’re checking what’s next on your work agenda at the office or stopping by the grocery store on the way home, Now cards on Wunderlist are here to put a little extra magic in helping you get more stuff done. Cards for a productive day To get started, just swipe up from your phone’s home button or tap the Google app. You’ll now be able to see... Your day is busy. It’s packed with meetings, emails, calls, errands, and everything inbetween. So what if Wunderlist could always be on your wrist reminding you about your next appointment or your most pressing to-dos? Say hello to Wunderlist for Apple Watch. When we set about designing Wunderlist for Apple Watch, we wanted to make the most of being able to wear your lists on your wrist. We’ve focussed every interaction to be incredibly personalized by giving you just the to-dos you need, when you need them. So let’s dive right into how Wunderlist for Apple Watch will help you... So you’re on the hunt for a new recruit. The job ad is out and the CVs are coming in thick and fast. Before the CVs start overflowing out of your inbox take a minute to go through our People team’s handy tips on how to use Wunderlist for recruitment. Introducing the first in our series of how we use Wunderlist: Vanessa and Ben’s 7 steps to finding the perfect candidate. 1. Mail to Wunderlist First things first, the easiest way to get information out of your email inbox and into your Wunderlist is to use Mail to Wunderlist. We forward all the emails we get from candidates to firstname.lastname@example.org... A watch is a tool most people learn to interact with at a very young age. From how to wrap the strap around your wrist, to how to turn your wrist to get a quick glance at the watch face. It’s attached to your body and an expression of who you are. Ultimately a watch is an incredibly personal object. Smart watches, however, are new to us all. Forthe first time, we have a mini computer on our wrists, with a high resolution display that replaces the watch face, and with sensors that help us track our actions and surroundings. As one of the first companies to develop a full Apple Watch... It’s official, spring has sprung. The sun is starting to peek through the clouds and everything is slowly beginning to look green again. Everyone’s heard of spring cleaning your home but perhaps now is the time to also have a long hard look at your lists and give them a little spring clean too. Here are a few of our top tips. We’d love to hear yours. Tip #1 - Clean up with Folders If your Home View is still a mass of work and personal lists intermingling with each other then it’s time to get to grips with our latest update—Folders. Separate all your lists into easy to manage folders so that... Get ready to get stuff done the smart way. Arriving today is one of the biggest updates to Wunderlist ever. Folders, Quick Add, Android Lollipop and a new Home View design are here! Together, these brand-new features will help you stay organized at work, home and everywhere in between. Let’s dive into the details. Focus on what matters with Folders Lists have always been at the heart of Wunderlist. They’re easy to use, incredibly powerful and do a great job at organizing your to-dos. But what happens when you start adding lots of lists for your projects at work or home? Meet Folders, one of... Every day, we work with the goal of making Wunderlist even better. We want to constantly improve the way we help you get stuff done. So much so, that this year you will see Wunderlist help you get stuff done in smarter, more intuitive ways. From an intelligent way to capture to-dos and sort lists, to productivity-boosting integrations with your favorite apps—2015 is going to be big! It all starts with the 10 million to-dos you create each week. Lists do a great job at keeping those to-dos organized and now thanks to the arrival of Folders, Wunderlist will help you focus on just the lists you... You’ve been asking for it and we’re super happy to let you know that it’s here! Mail to Wunderlist now helps you move emails and their attachments straight into Wunderlist. It’s perfect to get those emails that are more to-do than correspondence out of your inbox and into your to-do list, where you can easily track and organize them. Mail to Wunderlist works with the email address connected to your Wunderlist account. To get started, simply forward the email to email@example.com and we’ll turn it into a to-do. The subject of the email becomes the to-do name The body of the email is attached... Every day we receive Wunderlist-shaped valentines coming through Twitter. From sharing the sense of satisfaction you feel when completing a to-do and hear that sound, to talking about when you first discovered Wunderlist... we ❤ when you send some Wunderlist love our way. Wunderlist Love So for Valentine’s Day 2015, we wanted to give some Wunderlist-Pro-shaped love back to you, our community. We’ve randomly chosen 15 people, who’ll be getting 12 months of Pro for free (check your DM’s!). It’s just our little way of saying thanks forthe love and happy Valentine’s Day!... We’re really excited to share that we’ve teamed up with Deutsche Telekom (DT) to kick off our first carrier partnership for 2015. It is a partnership that will see Wunderlist Pro delivered, for free, to millions of new customers across Europe. So, if you are a DT customer in Germany, Greece, The Netherlands, Albania or Slovakia, read on to find out how you can get your hands on this great offer! Starting today, DT customers in Germany will gain access to 12 months of Wunderlist Pro, at absolutely no cost (normally 44.99€). The partnership is an expansion of the deal DT customers in Greece,... Getting stuff done on the go is now a whole lot easier with Wunderlist for Android Wear. Whether you need to know what’s on your agenda, capture an idea or love using Reminders, Wunderlist for Android Wear is here to help make you more productive and keep your life in sync. Your personal grocery store assistant Wunderlist for Android Wear might not be able to buy all the items on your grocery list for you, just yet (that’s still a top secret work-in-progress), but it can make your shopping trips a whole lot simpler. Instead of having to juggle your phone, the milk and your shopping cart, you... To celebrate the arrival of new year, we’ve teamed up with Pocket, Evernote, LastPass and The New York Times to help you save more time and make 2015 your most productive year yet, with The Productivity Pack! For just $59.99, you can unlock $185 worth of one-year subscriptions to Wunderlist Pro, Pocket Premium, Evernote Premium, and LastPass Premium. That’s a saving of more than 68%, plus as an added bonus you will also receive an eight-week digital subscription to The New York Times, giving unlimited access to nytimes.com and NYTimes smartphone apps. It’s the perfect productivity bundle to... It’s hard for us to believe, but in just three short years Wunderlist has grown to a massive 10 million users! We’ve always made Wunderlist with the one goal of helping you do more, and this year you’ve been super productive. So to celebrate this incredible eight-figure milestone, we’re giving you a special look at Wunderlist by the numbers in our end-of-year productivity report. View the Report What’s in store for 2015 Looking towards the new year, there’s just one thing on our minds — taking your ideas and suggestions to make Wunderlist even better at keeping your life in sync.... This year is ending with a bang. Wunderlist for iPhone and iPad has been selected in Apple’s highly revered Best of 2014 in more than 14 countries! We’re super excited to be hanging this medal right next to our Mac App of the Year award on the mantelpiece. Over the past year, we’ve poured a mountain of love into Wunderlist for iPad and iPhone. With productivity-boosting features like the Today widget, Handoff and the Add to Wunderlist sharing extension, it makes us incredibly proud to be able to officially say that Wunderlist for iPad and iPhone is one of the best apps of 2014. So make sure... Nobody wants to be singing “It’s beginning to look a lot like socks for Christmas.” So just in time forthe silly season, we’ve made it easier than ever to make your Holiday wishlist. It’s all thanks to some big improvements to Public Lists that will make letting your loved ones know exactly what to get you as easy as one, two, three. Step 1: Make your wishlist If you haven’t yet, now’s a great time to put Add to Wunderlist to work for you. It lets you instantly capture anything from the web and puts it straight into your Wunderlist. Once installed, just start browsing the web for all the... Christmas has come early. Google Play has picked Wunderlist as one of the Best Apps of 2014! We’ll be proudly putting this award right next to our Google Play Editor’s Choice and Top Developer trophies. But enough about us, it’s you that we want to thank! Remember all of the ideas and suggestions that you shared with us? Collectively they’ve all helped make Wunderlist for Android a truly award-winning app. We’re talking ideas and suggestions like the new Quick Add Widget that lets you instantly capture your ideas and reminders, being able create items from your favorite apps with Add to... Today, we’re joining forces with the some of the biggest names in digital design to raise funds and awareness for Watsi. For a minimum donation of just $2, you’ll get your hands on more than $4500, worth of fantastic products and services, all while helping people in need of life-changing health care. What’s Watsi? On a trip to Central America, Chase Adam was on a bus when a women boarded, and asked the passengers for donations to pay for her son’s health care. That experience inspired Chase to start Watsi, which works by letting anyone donate directly to people from around the globe. What... You asked and we listened. Wunderlist for Windows 7 is here! Packed with all the productivity boosting features you love, the latest addition to the Wunderlist family is the perfect Desktop app for your Windows 7 or Windows 8 PC. So what are you waiting for? Go ahead and get it now... we’ll be right here to take you through all the details once you’re done. Get Wunderlist for Windows 7 Desktop or Modern Design? The choice is yours With Windows apps coming in so many flavors, we’d have to forgive you for scratching your head at all the names for different types of apps. So to make it all... It’s easy to get overwhelmed thinking about everything you need to do for Thanksgiving. But with Wunderlist here to help keep you organized, wrangling your Thanksgiving meal onto the table is about to get a whole lot easier. Read on to see how you can use Wunderlist to prepare a stress-free Thanksgiving dinner. Plan Your Menu Whether you’re cooking up family favorites or trying something new, it’s essential to start by creating a Thanksgiving Menu list. To make cooking each dish easier, be sure to add all your recipes to the list. What about Grandma’s pot pie recipe written on paper, you ask?... It’s time to announce the winner of #DiscoverPublicLists! Together, you’ve created more than 20,000 Public Lists and made www.wunderlist.com/discover the place to find lists of things to do, see, read, watch, make and a whole lot more. It’s been a wooly mammoth sized task to pick the winner of the iPhone 6. But after many heated debates, we finally narrowed it down to one Public List. Put your hands together for Joe’s list of Vinyl Destinations. We loved that Joe shared his love of vinyl in a unique and international way. Oh and we couldn’t ignore that great cover photo too! Since we... Ideas – We don’t always know when they’ll strike, but we all know the feeling of when we forget to write them down. Now with the arrival of a new Wunderlist Android Widget, you’ll be able to instantly capture all your ideas and to-dos with just one tap. Capture your ideas, thoughts and quick reminders To get started, we’ll have to get the new Wunderlist Widget on your homescreen. Just long-tap to access your widgets menu, then swipe across to Wunderlist – Add an item. Depending on how you like your screen to look, you can then choose between a space-saving 1x1 orthe gorgeous 1x4 Widget. ... Since the launch of Public Lists, many of you asked for a central place where everyone could find them. Say hello to Discover, the home of the world’s lists. It’s a place that makes it super easy for others to discover Public Lists and add them to their own Wunderlist. To celebrate the arrival of Discover, we’re giving you, our awesome Public List creators, the chance to win an iPhone 6. You read it right, a brand new bigger than big iPhone 6! How to win Everyone has at least one list that’s worth sharing with the world. Whether it’s something to make, see or do, the simplest way to share... As Mac App of the Year, there’s only one way to celebrate the arrival of OS X Yosemite, and that’s to bring you full support for Yosemite’s incredible new features! Our latest update for Mac is set to keep you more focused and productive than ever before. Whether you need fast access to your most pressing to-dos, quickly add items to Wunderlist or instantly respond to a comment, we think you’ll fall in love with everything that’s new in Wunderlist for Mac. A more productive Notification Center Whenever you need to know what’s on your list forthe day, just open up Notification Center. Here,... As the most requested feature lighting up our switchboard, we’re incredibly excited to be launching Wunderlist’s brand new Calendar Feed! With our latest integration, you can now get the big picture of all your to-dos with a due date, in your calendar of choice. Whether it’s managing your team’s project in the office, organizing a wedding or planning your next vacation, Calendar Feed is here to keep your life in sync. Set up your Wunderlist Calendar Feed Calendar Feed works with Google Calendar, Outlook Calendar and iCal just to name a few. To get started, visit the Wunderlist Web App on your... Get your Chrome browser ready for a major Wunderlist productivity boost. With a refreshed Add to Wunderlist extension and introducing the Wunderlist New Tab, capturing everything you want to do, see or read later has never been easier. Introducing Wunderlist New Tab Ideas can strike like lightning. Now when they come to mind, you can instantly capture them just by opening a new tab in Chrome. Armed with just the essentials, the Wunderlist New Tab lets you quickly add new to-dos straight into your Inbox. It also shows all your other Inbox to-dos and if you’ve been a busy bee, you can... UPDATE: Now available for iPhone, iPad, Android and the Web. It’s time to welcome Wunderlist’s very first integration, Dropbox! Like two peas in a pod, your Dropbox files can now sit right alongside your to-dos in Wunderlist. As one of your most requested features, we’re super happy to let you now Assign, Comment and prioritize all of your Dropbox files in Wunderlist, making it easier than ever to keep your life in sync. Everything in one place Any file you work on can now be kept in one place, in Wunderlist. If you’ve ever added a File in Wunderlist before, adding a Dropbox file is just as... As one of the first apps to fully support iOS 8, we’re super excited to share what we’ve got in store for you. Available right now for your iPhone and iPad, are some great productivity-boosting features. Whether it’s getting an instant overview of what you need to do, the new Add to Wunderlist extension orthe magical Handoff feature that lets you move seamlessly between your iPhone, iPad and Mac - Wunderlist is set to make keeping your life in sync easier than ever. Today is one swipe away Say hello to the new Today widget. Think of it as your VIP pass to get instant access to your goals... Make space for a brand new tile, because Wunderlist is officially arriving on Windows Phone and Windows 8! Our new Windows app works on all of your Windows 8 devices from your phone to your PC and tablet. We know that you’ve been eagerly awaiting its arrival, so go on and get it now from the Windows Store. Download Download Every detail, uniquely Windows 8 When we started adapting Wunderlist’s interface to Windows 8, we had one goal in mind - to craft a design that was truly native. The result is a completely new design made just for Windows 8. We reduced each individual element... You know how to create a list. And how to share a list. But you might be wondering just what Wunderlist 3’s new Public Lists are all about. Read on, because we’re going to give you the lowdown on why you’ll love them and how to create some of your own. Public Lists actually don’t look any different from your normal lists. On the left side of the picture is a packing list, which is only useful for yourself. In the middle is a groceries list. That’s a list you’ll want to share, so your loved one can pick up the coffee and dessert on the way home. But it’s also the type of list you’ll only want... Today, we’re excited to introduce you to Wunderlist 3! With lightning-fast Real-time Sync, a beautiful new design and more than 60 improvements, Wunderlist 3 is our biggest update yet. We know it’s been a long time coming, so before we get to what’s new, we’d like to share what this release means to us. Ten months ago – after launching Wunderlist 2, introducing Wunderlist Pro and Wunderlist for Business – we set out on a journey that we knew would take some time. Seeing millions of you organize your daily life with Wunderlist, share your grocery lists, track your favorite movies and run your... Cue the drum roll...Wunderlist 3 is coming very soon to your phone, tablet and computer! As our biggest update ever, we’ve packed in a beautiful new design, lightning-fast performance, Real-time Sync plus a whole lot more. What’s really got us excited though, is the completely new Wunderlist experience awaiting you. So as we make the final preparations before launch, here’s a sneak peek at Wunderlist 3... ###Every detail, even better As you’ve been patiently waiting, we’ve hand-crafted and optimized every single detail, to make Wunderlist 3 our best piece yet. When we asked you how we could... We’re excited to announce our first pre-installation deal with Samsung, on the all-new Chromebook 2. Just like Wunderlist, the Chromebook 2 is designed to help everyone get things done faster and easier. With no downloading required, simply click on the Wunderlist icon and you are off. It’s also coming with a whole free year of Wunderlist Pro! We are talking 12 free months of increased productivity with our Pro features to help you accomplish even more. As one of the most popular devices used in schools, students will be able to take charge of group projects, keep track of homework and check... On Tuesday 8th April 2014, we were made aware of an internet-wide security vulnerability called ‘Heartbleed’. Heartbleed affects the OpenSSL framework which is used by many websites to privately send data to and from an internet server. To protect your data from Heartbleed, we preemptively turned off our Sync Service to eliminate any potential security breaches. We want you to know, that Wunderlist’s Sync Service is completely safe from Heartbleed. How we’ve kept your data safe and sound We protected your data by preemptively turning off our Sync Service, eliminating any potential security... Today, Wunderlist helps more than 6 million people from all around the world. Tomorrow, we want to be able to say that an additional 6 million are from Japan alone. To help us get there, we’re looking forthe right person to lead our expansion into Asia as the Country Manager for Japan. ###The Kaizen in all of us Simplicity. It goes hand in hand with productivity. When we add a new feature to Wunderlist, we always step back and ask the question, what can we remove to make it better? By avoiding layers of clutter, Wunderlist keeps your to-dos within reach, and lets you get more things done.... You’ve shared more than a thousand #StudyWithWunderlist tweets — a wealth of handy study tips for everyone to use. No matter if you’re in the middle of a semester, getting back to school or just looking for general productivity tips, finding a gem of wisdom is now just one click away. So without much further ado, let’s share the top 14 tips and announce our competition winners. Did you know that if you commute 30min a day, it adds up to six full days a year. Amy’s got a great tip to help you get the most out of that time. Download audio files of lectures onto your smartphone or iPod and... We’ve been taking you behind the scenes of Wunderlist, introducing you to our newest recruits. So far, you’ve met Product Designer Thomas Bogner, Cross Platform Engineer Duncan Davidson and VP of Business and Corporate Development James Murdock. This week, we’re saying hi to Joakim Keussen, Brand and Product Designer. Coming to you from Sweden via San Francisco, Joakim is here to make your Wunderlist even simpler. In just a few years, we’ve all become accustomed to having a world of convenience in our pocket. As ubiquitous as Smartphones have become, it’s easy to forget what it was like when... It's never too early—or too late for that matter—to develop good study habits. So, whether you’re just about to embark on a new year at college or are already well into your last semester of study, we’re here to help you find your study groove with Wunderlist. Just how are we going to do this, you ask? We’ll be giving away 14 Study With Wunderlist packs! You read it right, 14 of you will be getting one whole year of Wunderlist Pro, your very own Wunderlist t-shirt and some extra goodies! You’ll be able to Assign to-dos for your group projects, keep everyone in the loop with Comments and... The last couple of weeks we’ve been taking you behind the scenes of Wunderlist to meet some of our newest recruits. You’ve already met Cross Platform Engineer, Duncan Davidson and VP of Business & Corporate Development James Murdock. This week, we’re sitting down with Thomas Bogner, the latest addition to our Product Design team. If the name rings a bell, you’ve probably seen his iWatch concept in the news. So, come say hi and find out how he’ll be making your Wunderlist dance. With a self-described introspective personality, it may come as an odd surprise that entertaining people is... It’s time to go behind the scenes of Wunderlist and meet some of our newest recruits. Last week we welcomed VP of Business and Corporate Development, James Murdock. Today, it’s time to welcome software engineer, author and photographer, Duncan Davidson, to the 6Wunderkinder family. So let's introduce you to the latest addition to our Sync team, and fill you in on what he'll be creating for our next major update. Duncan started his career in the mid 1990’s during the internet’s infancy. In fact, if you’ve ever made a reservation for a hotel online — Duncan was one of the first to make... We’re excited to announce that we have officially landed in Silicon Valley with our very own Wunderkind on the ground - say hi to James Murdock! Joining us from Los Altos in California, James is our new VP of Business and Corporate Development. His appointment begins a new chapter in the Wunderlist story, not only is he our first teammate to be based in the Valley but, he will be delivering you Wunderlist in places you never expected... Over the past decade, James has played an important role in bringing great technologies to millions of people. While at Google, he championed several major... The start of a new year is the perfect time to get fiscally fit. Today, our CFO Steffen Kiedel is sharing some simple tips that will have you take control of your finances in 2014. So whether your goal is to save up for something big or simply to spend less and save more, get started now with Wunderlist. ###Make your goals achievableWe all want to achieve more - especially in a new year - but to make this to work, your goals need to be achievable.Your aim might be to save for something large, but consider setting smaller, more incremental milestones (and don’t forget to add some due dates).... A few years ago, sitting in the July heat on a wall in the Harajuku district of Tokyo, I came to a conclusion: I had let myself become a loser. At least, I had let myself become a partial loser. I was fat and unhappy. My skin looked grey. I was slowly killing myself. I was obese. I made excuses to myself and others. I used my success in other areas as a justification: I just wasn’t a fitness guy. ###It was bullshit. These days I’m still not an elite athlete, but I turned things around. I’ve lost nearly 100 pounds, gone from a max ability to run 45 seconds at a time to running several half... 2013 has been a phenomenal year for 6Wunderkinder. We started with the launch of Wunderlist 2 and now finished it with Wunderlist for Mac being named the App of the Year 2013. This feature celebrates the most remarkable, innovative and entertaining apps of the year. We feel incredibly honored to have been selected. Our iPhone and iPad apps also received recognition in Apple’s “Best of 2013”, in the category of Smart Productivity in more than 22 countries. Before we start the new year I wanted to say thank you! Thank you for your support, feedback and encouragement. You’ve helped us to create... With the new year just around the corner, now’s the time to start thinking about your 2014 resolutions. This year Wunderlist is here to help you take your resolutions beyond just a thought and make sure that 2014 is the year that you accomplish your fitness, finance and productivity goals. We all know the drill: we start the year with good intentions, motivated and completely focused on what we want to achieve. Yet, how many of us actually keep our new year’s resolutions past January? According to a study by author and psychologist Richard Wiseman not many. His research found that 52% of... With the Glühwein flowing at our favorite Berlin Christmas markets, we’re getting ready to celebrate the holidays. This year, we’ve added some extra special trimmings to your Wunderlist. If you’re stuck for gift ideas or family friendly movies to watch this holiday season, we’ve created three festive lists, that you can download now and save directly to your Wunderlist. ###The Wunderlist Holiday Tech Gift GuideWe’ve picked out our top ten must-have gadgets of 2013. Add it now to find the perfect tech gift for your special one. The Wunderlist Holiday Tech Gift Guide Created... Thanksgiving day is here, and it’s time to announce the lucky winner for our Kindle Fire and Wunderlist Pro giveaway. As your entries rolled in over the past week, your wishlists put some pretty big smiles on our dials and more than a few had us balling over in laughter too. With over 1000 of your entries to choose from, it wasn’t an easy task. But after a lot of cups of coffee, we narrowed it down to our top six favorites: 1. Sarah shared her family’s holiday wishlist. 2. Chris submitted a wishlist on behalf of Santa 3. Kevin showed off us his artistic... The holiday season is upon us and this week, we’re getting ready for Thanksgiving! If the holidays have crept up on you faster than you thought, Wunderlist is here to help. Whether you’re making the trip back home, preparing to share a feast or searching forthe perfect gift, these easy steps will take the stress out of any last-minute planning. ###Cook up a storm, togetherIf you’ve been given the job of Master Chef for your holiday feast, but only have a couple days to prepare, start up a new Wunderlist and get a little help from your friends! No doubt everyone will be willing to chip in... Here in Berlin the days are getting shorter which can only mean one thing, the Holidays are coming! Escape the cold by sitting in your favorite armchair next to a warm fire, with a hot cup of Glühwein and Wunderlist on a brand new Kindle Fire HDX. That's right, we're getting into the holiday spirit by giving you the chance to win Amazon's brand new Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 and a whole year of Wunderlist Pro. With Thanksgiving and Christmas just round the corner, now's the time to put your Wunderlist to work! Effortlessly collate, manage and collaborate on your gift shopping,... Today marks the beginning of a new chapter for Wunderlist. One that is very much centered around a new partnership and a very bright future. We are incredibly excited and well, downright honored to welcome Sequoia Capital on board, and to confirm that we have a major update to Wunderlist in the works. Sequoia, with the support of our existing investors Atomico and Earlybird Venture Capital, have invested US $19 Million to ensure the on-going success of Wunderlist. What’s more, the partnership signals Sequoia's first foray into the emerging world of young German technology companies and... Halloween season is upon us! It’s time once again for all the little superheroes and ghosts to hit the streets going door-to-door for candy. It’s also the perfect time to host a spooky Halloween party. Whether you’re a couple of ghosts planning a haunted house themed party or a few zombies organizing a monster bash, Wunderlist is here to help make preparing your Halloween fun a breeze. ###1. Simplify costume planningHalloween is a great time to let your inner superhero shine. Unfortunately, with so many pieces to bring together, putting together that perfect Justice League-worthy costume can... Here at 6Wunderkinder, we love hearing about how all of you use Wunderlist. Just a few days ago we saw this post by Brooklyn-based designer, Nate Daubert where he provided some helpful tips on pre-wireframing with Wunderlist. So, we thought we’d share it with all of you today: Most interaction designers start with wireframing — laying out content with sketches or an app like balsamiq. It's important to break apart the content and beautification process, helping the designer and the client focus on smaller pieces of the puzzle, instead of everything at once. Beginning with wireframing,... For all of us here at 6Wunderkinder, last week marked the end of one of our favorite TV shows, Breaking Bad – don’t even get us started on the finale! Luckily, while some of our favorite shows have come to a close, new ones are right around the corner. Yep, fall doesn’t just mean cooler weather, it also is a signal that our favorite shows are making a return. With so many to keep track of, it can be tough to remember when they are on. That’s where Wunderlist comes in. Here’s a few tips on tracking your favorite TV shows and never missing an episode with Wunderlist: ###Create a Shared List... What you study does not determine what you will do forthe rest of your life. Here’s how I went from writing marketing plans to building databases.In college, I bounced from studying one subject to another before settling on marketing. As part of a business degree, marketing seemed like a reasonable option, even though my heart was never really in it. After finishing my undergraduate degree, I went on to do my masters in International Business, prolonging the dreaded question: “what next?”. Given my studies, my career had to be in marketing, right? Being a fan of Wunderlist, I checked out... Today we’re thrilled to announce Wunderlist has exceeded a whopping 5 million users. In fact, before we were able to share this awesome news with all of you, the Wunderlist community has already welcomed an additional 300,000 users this month making for a grand total of 5.3 million and counting. Plus, this huge milestone comes right alongside another, the arrival of real-time Comments! Yep, that’s right, today we’re rolling out Comments for Wunderlist Pro, a simple, quick way to communicate with your colleagues, friends and family on all your devices — iPhone, iPad, Mac, Android,... There’s been a lot of buzz around the recent release of iOS 7 and its entirely new design. While last week's 2.2.2 update for iPhone and iPad made Wunderlist fully compatible with the new system, there were no changes to its UI. Today, we wanted to explain why we decided to not immediately change the overall look of Wunderlist and shed some light on its future design direction. We'll also share some of our ideas with you that extend beyond just a single platform. A few months ago, while we were busy delivering new features for Wunderlist and Wunderlist Pro, we began working on an... Shantanu Starick is an Australian photographer and adventurer. He’s currently traveling the world without any money and surviving by trading his photography skills forthe necessities in a worldwide photographic project called Pixel Trade. Last week, Shantanu was here in Berlin giving us the chance to swap a Pro subscription and a bite to eat for some photos of Wunderlist in action. Over lunch, he took the time to sit with our community manager, Simon and discuss the project, his expeditions so far, and how he uses Wunderlist to keep it all organized. Here’s the lowdown on Shantanu and his... Launching your own startup is a huge undertaking, especially at the age of 24! Today, it’s time forthe next and final installment in 6Wunderkinder Founder and CEO, Christian Reber’s fortnightly blog series on “How to Launch Your Own Startup”. So far, he’s shared 12 steps on the process of launching your own tech startup: Steps 1–3: Dream Big and Start Small, Work to Learn, Not Earn, and Join the Community. Steps 4–6: Find the Right Location, Identify Good and Bad Ideas Early, Understand Trends and Markets. Steps 7–9: Think Like an Athlete, Prepare to Fail, and Find the Right CoFounders and... As of today, Wunderlist for Chrome is officially available for both Windows and Chrome OS users through the Chrome Web Store. The App, which we first rolled out back in July, brings the native Wunderlist experience to Chrome. Unlike traditional web apps, our Chrome App opens separate from the browser. It looks and feels just like a powerful, native desktop app with offline support, only it’s built using the same technologies as your favorite website. It also includes all of your favorite Wunderlist features including Tagging, Notifications, Reminders as well as the new ability for Voice... TL;DR: Over the past few months we have made changes which have made Wunderlist's sync five times as fast, significantly more reliable, and a whole lot less prone to errors. We are continuously working to make improvements throughout the Wunderlist infrastructure to make syncing lists across your devices as reliable and fast as possible. Today, we’d like to give you a quick, somewhat technical, update on our progress and continued plans forthe future. What we've done so far Since the launch of Wunderlist 2, we’ve made a lot of changes. Our approach has been to introduce them... Once again it’s time forthe next installment in 6Wunderkinder Founder and CEO, Christian Reber’s fortnightly blog series on “How to Launch Your Own Startup”. So far, he’s provided 9 easy steps on the process of launching your own tech startup: Steps 1—3 - Dream Big and Start Small, Work to Learn, Not Earn, and Join the Community. Steps 4—6 - Find the Right Location, Identify Good and Bad Ideas Early, Understand Trends and Markets. Steps 7—9 - Think Like an Athlete, Prepare to Fail, and Find the Right CoFounders and Advisors. Today, in steps 10—12 Christian discusses raising your first round... Today it is time for part 3 of 6Wunderkinder Founder and CEO, Christian Reber’s, fortnightly blog series on “How to Launch Your Own Startup”. To date he has delivered 6 simple steps to start your own tech business, including: Steps 1—3 - Dream Big and Start Small, Work to Learn, Not Earn, and Join the Community. Steps 4—6 - Find the Right Location, Identify Good and Bad Ideas Early, Understand Trends and Markets. With these steps Christian has primarily talked about how to find your way into an entrepreneurial environment, and how to identify a good idea and start really simple. Today, he... The new semester is the perfect opportunity to start being more productive! Meet Wunderlist — your simple and beautiful to-do list. It’s easy to start using, just enter all your to-do lists, add the details and start ticking them off as you go. It’s available on all your favorite devices – mobile, tablet, laptop and the web, so you won’t forget anything. Want to learn how to start the semester off right? Here are our 3 favorite tips: #1 Buy textbooks You will have lots of different classes and each has a specific list of textbooks you need. Some you might buy in the campus bookstore, or from... 6Wunderkinder has grown from six founders to a team of more than 40 folks from all over the world. We have outgrown three offices and it’s time again we found a new place to call home; somewhere that’s more than an office - a creative space that will evolve with us and allow our team and Wunderlist to continue to grow. Thankfully we have found just the spot! As of October you will find us at the Factory, a brand new tech campus in the heart of Berlin! Currently a work in progress, the Factory will be completed in October 2013. Once opened it will be a beautiful space for us to work, play, and... Our CEO Christian Reber receives a lot of questions from aspiring entrepreneurs. How did he start a company at the age of 24? What were the challenges and consequent learnings? And, above all, how exactly did he go from simply having a dream to actually running a company of 40? As someone who is continuously learning, Christian has condensed his insights into a series of 15 lessons for those who want to be a CEO. Every second Monday he is posting three lessons on his blog, in which he draws on his experience to offer advice for aspiring entrepreneurs in Europe and beyond. The series started... Today, we’re incredibly excited to announce the arrival of Files on Wunderlist Pro. This super neat feature allows you to add, save, and share Files all from within Wunderlist. Oh, and it keeps getting better... We are rolling out all new pricing plans for businesses so whether you are a team of 5or more than 500, it is now easier than ever to get your entire company working together to accomplish more. Your free Wunderlist also receives an update, we’re talking #tags, performance improvements, and more. Ready to learn more? Let’s begin with an intro to Files. Files are here Have you ever... For such a young company, only three years old, 6Wunderkinder has a long and somewhat dramatic history. We catapulted into the spotlight with the original release of Wunderlist, garnering positive attention from users and the tech community. Then, according to plan, we refocused from Wunderlist to Wunderkit in an attempt to reinvent project management software. We (almost) bet the company on Wunderkit, and as many of you know, it didn't turn out too well. We halted development on Wunderkit last year and took from it a whole lot of technical, design, and business lessons. So when the time... The new Wunderlist for Chrome packaged app takes the world’s most popular browser to a whole new level. It delivers a native-like experience, including desktop notifications and the ability to work offline, to keep you productive from any device. If you’ve been wanting to use Wunderlist on your Windows, Linux or Mac desktop computer, but can’t install it at work, Wunderlist for Chrome is your solution. Same goes for any proud owner of a Chromebook! Install Wunderlist for Chrome ### Voice InputCheck out the ability to dictate your to-dos. If you get a brilliant idea, all you have to do is... Our CEO Christian Reber receives a lot of questions from aspiring entrepreneurs. How did he start a company at the age of 24? What were the challenges and consequent learnings? And, above all, how exactly did he go from simply having a dream to actually running a company of 40? As someone who is continuously learning, Christian has condensed his insights into a series of 15 lessons for those who want to be a CEO. Over thethe coming weeks, he'll be posting lessons on his blog, starting today with Dream Big and Start Small, Work to Learn, Not Earn, and Join the Community. In his first... Every piece of business software ever written, is horribly broken. This article will tell you how to stop your software suffering from the same fate. We recently came across Mark Suster’s article, “The Scarcest Resource at Startups is Management Bandwidth”. In the article, Mark claims that lack of focus is the biggest risk to a startup. He’s right. In fact, it’s worse than that. Lack of focus is the biggest risk to a startup, an enterprise, a product, or an individual. This got us thinking. Why do we as humans constantly suffer through this struggle between distraction and focus? More... Today is July 4th and the Americans on our team are all smiles. So, it got us thinking about planning our own BBQ. After all, what’s better than good food accompanied by exploding lights in the sky? Add your friends to the equation and you’re guaranteed a memorable night. So, if you’re still weighing the benefits of grilling to your heart’s delight versus all the stress involved in event planning, hesitate no more. We’ve devised a handy guide on how to plan a BBQ in just 5minutes. All you need is a cross-device, shareable, to-do list. Good thing Wunderlist delivers just that and a little... In the past few weeks, we’ve experienced some reliability issues with the Wunderlist sync function. As a result, your lists may not have successfully synced across your devices. We are truly sorry and want to assure you that our focus as a team is developing the fastest and most stable sync for Wunderlist. We also want to share with you how you can manually sync your Wunderlist, with help from our Support Center. We also want to explain what happened and what we’re doing to build a trustworthy sync. Where can I get support? If you’re still logged into Wunderlist, we have outlined some steps... The Marketing team at 6Wunderkinder is a small one. Like many of you, we have limited resources and a whole lot to get done. After all, Wunderlist has more than 4.4 million users and there’s only six of us. So, today we’re going inside our Berlin headquarters to share some of the ways we use Wunderlist to stay on top of projects like these very blog posts. Q: What’s the team like? A: We’re two Aussies, a pair of Germans and an American duo. While we all have our own work styles, we find common ground in the way we use Wunderlist to remember deadlines and keep track of long-term... We live in a cross-platform and multi-device world. Most of us switch between a smartphone, tablet and laptop throughout the day depending on our needs. As designers and engineers, we have to adapt our product to various operating systems and platforms, each of which has their own guidelines, interaction patterns, and of course interface. The way Wunderlist feels and acts should remain consistent regardless of what device you’re using now or in the future. Our ultimate goal is to keep the complex technology running our product hidden behind an intuitive human experience across all devices. As... Let’s admit it, planning your summer vacation has you completely stressed out. Spending hours comparing hotels, forgetting things at home, and lugging around a dated guidebook all defeat the actual purpose of a vacation. Add drama over lack of coordination between travel mates and you might find yourself struggling to even get excited for that overseas adventure or road trip. Wunderlist dissolves all your worries by keeping travel details in one convenient location, easily available across all your devices. Want a stress-free summer vacation? Read on for three planning tips: #1 Online... If you’ve used the Wunderlist Web app recently, you might have noticed a few surprises. Hint: it involves # and it’s been one of the top three most requested features... Anyone? Yep, the ability to tag to-dos is now available via our Web app! That‘s not the only surprise we have in store for you today. There are also some shortcuts for you to play around with and a whole host of other improvements, that you may not directly see, but will no doubt experience. Care for a test-drive? Great, jump in: #Planning just got easier To tag to-dos, simply add a hashtag like you do on Facebook, Twitter or... Finals week is here! Chances are the library is your second home and you’re becoming immune to coffee, eeek. Now more than ever, staying organized and motivated is key. To help you stay on track, we’ve noted down some handy tips on how Wunderlist can help you breeze through the end of Spring semester. So, are you ready to ace all those finals and group projects? OK, let’s begin: #1 Stop relying on pen and paper Pens run out of ink. Notebooks get lost. And, most of us can’t even read our own handwriting, sigh. As your daily companion, Wunderlist solves all these issues by safely keeping your... We had just launched Wunderlist Pro on Android and Windows when we heard the news that Yahoo! acquired Astrid. Our engineers again quickly got to work and have created a simple tool to help the Astrid community safely import their tasks into Wunderlist. As with weddings to plan and team projects to complete, no one has time for a disruption when it comes to managing personal and professional to-dos. So, without much further ado, let’s get started. Head on over to astrid.wunderlist.com and follow the three simple steps below to automatically import all of your Astrid to-dos into the always... Last week you welcomed Wunderlist Pro for iPhone, iPad, Mac and the Web, and today we say hello to Wunderlist Pro for Android and Windows. Yes, now the team is complete! So, gather up all your devices and let’s introduce you to the two newest recruits, Wunderlist Pro for Android and Windows. Upgrade to Wunderlist Pro Now Introducing Wunderlist Pro for Android and Windows For just $4.99 (USD) a month or $49.99 (USD) a year Wunderlist Pro starts by delivering you one of the most requested feature for teams: Assigning. This powerful feature allows you delegate to-dos and most importantly... Today we say hello to your new teammate: Wunderlist Pro on iPhone, iPad, Mac and the Web (with Android and Windows coming next week). Wunderlist Pro is here to help you, along with the rest of your team, achieve great things together! So, gather up your team, and let’s walk you through the details. Oh, and before we get started, here's a quick tip, please be sure you read the entire blog. Towards the very end we will also fill you in on some nice new updates for all our free users! Now, let’s talk Wunderlist Pro. Say hello to Wunderlist Pro Wunderlist Pro ensures that working in teams... Soon, very soon, we will be launching Wunderlist Pro, a brand new premium version of Wunderlist that is guaranteed to make working in teams, small or large, downright simple and a whole lot more productive. Wunderlist Pro will arrive first on Mac, iPhone, iPad and the Web, followed by Android and Windows. While we are putting on the finishing touches we wanted to share with you a short behind the scenes video, that gives you a little glimpse into the making of Wunderlist Pro (hint: pay special attention to the 29 second mark — wink wink). Wunderlist Pro is focused on collaboration and... It’s time to break out the bubbly, because Wunderlist for Android has passed a massive 1 million downloads! We’ve been rocking our happy dance in celebration and want to send out a very big Dankeschön to all of you who’ve downloaded the app. We couldn’t have reached 1 million without you! Getting to this milestone truly warms our hearts and sends us on a trip down memory lane. Wunderlist for Android was our first ever natively built app starting back in the early Wunderlist 1 days. Since then, it’s now evolved to become what we believe is one of the most beautiful apps available on Google... Buckle up, because your web browser is about to get a big Wunderlist boost with Add to Wunderlist. This very clever extension for your Chrome, Firefox and Safari browser allows you to save your favorite content from all over the web to Wunderlist with just one click. To make things even easier, the extension also places an Add to Wunderlist button directly on some of your favorite websites, starting with Amazon, Asos, Ebay, Etsy, Hacker News, IMDb, Twitter, Wikipedia and Youtube, as well as the most popular web email clients, Yahoo! Mail, Outlook.com and Gmail. Click on the button and Add to... Whether you’re an Inbox zero guru or just looking for a better way to stay organized, keeping your inbox tidy just got a whole lot easier with the arrival of Mail to Wunderlist. Whenever you get an email that’s more to-do than correspondence or something that you want to read later, you can now send it straight to Wunderlist. Formerly known as Mail2Task, it’s now back, just with a name change and some nice new improvements. To welcome this handy feature back we have even created a quick video overview, just for you. We hope you like it! Time to get the lowdown. Mail to Wunderlist works... When we launched Wunderlist 2 we promised that we would do our very best to roll out updates, new features and improvements on a faster more regular basis... Well, we have been very busy doing exactly that! Working around the clock to continually improve Wunderlist. In the last couple of weeks alone we have launched Wunderlist on two new devices – iPad and Android tablets – YAY. While at the very same time we have been continuously working on Wunderlist providing you with ongoing updates. In fact, this week we released version 2.0.6 of Wunderlist for Windows, iPhone and iPad and version 2.0.8... Today, we wanted to introduce you to a seriously cool new feature for your Android devices that we hope will make you just that little bit more productive! Last week Roman Nurik, a Google employee, created a pretty awesome Androidwidget, called DashClock. DashClock is a lock screen widget for Android 4.2+ butwith a nice twist - it allows for visible extensions. Replacing the default clock the new widget comes bundled with extensions that give you instant access to: Your current local weather Missed calls and unread text messages Your next calendar appointment Unread Gmail inbox or priority... Today, we are incredibly thrilled to announce the arrival of a new Wunderkind. Yes, Chad Fowler joins us today as our Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Chad is one of the most talented engineers, mentors and managers we’ve ever met, so as you can imagine, we are beyond excited to welcome him on board! For those of you who haven’t had the pleasure of meeting Chad just yet, let’s start by introducing him. Hailing all the way from Washington DC, USA, Chad lands in Berlin having built and worked with some of the best engineering teams in the world. Chad brings with him more than 18 years of diverse... Today officially marks the arrival of Wunderlist 2 on all your iPad devices. So what are you waiting for... Go download Wunderlist 2 for iPad, NOW! (But first please make sure you read the important note down below.) — While you pop into the App Store or head over to our website, we are going to wait for you right here. That was quick, welcome back! We know that you’ve been eagerly awaiting the arrival of Wunderlist 2 on iPad, so let’s get started. Gone Native Wunderlist 2 for iPad is one super sized update. We’ve now shifted to an all-native universal app for both the iPad and iPhone. What... Freshly baked and hot out of the oven, Wunderlist 2 arrives today on Android Tablets. Optimized for use on Google Nexus (4, 7 and 10), Kindle Fire and many more devices, Wunderlist 2 has never looked or performed better. So, gather up your tablets and download it here. Now that you’ve downloaded the app, let’s walk you through some of the special ingredients that make the arrival of Wunderlist 2 for your Android tablets just that little bit tastier. Brand new Just like its phone, web and desktop counterparts, the latest edition to the growing Wunderlist family is a brand new native app. Every... Just in time for Christmas, we’re super excited to deliver you Wunderlist 2. Available on iPhone, Mac, Android, Windows and the Web, Santa’s little helpers, aka our entire team, have worked tirelessly day and night to bring this early Christmas gift to you. So, without much further ado let’s rip off the gift wrap and take a closer look at Wunderlist 2 - your beautiful and simple to-do list. When you first unwrap Wunderlist 2 you’ll notice it’s available for your iPhone, Mac, Android, Windows PC and Web Browser. Select your device of choice and let’s get started. Once you login we have a... You’ve all heard the rumors, and maybe you’ve even seen some tweets popping up in your timeline. Now it’s time to get the official lowdown. It’s true, Wunderlist 2 will arrive on iPhone, Mac, Web, Android and Windows just in time for Christmas. Ok, so you now are probably looking at your advent calendars and realizing that Christmas is less than 19 days away. True! Now you are probably asking, “that must mean that Wunderlist 2 is launching soon?” Yes, very soon! We have submitted the iPhone and Mac apps to Apple and are now excitedly awaiting their approval. You have all been so patient with... Two months ago we shared an incredible Wunderlist milestone with you. That day was special for us, we were truly moved by the feedback we received from you. For us it reinforced the success of Wunderlist and set a clear path for our future. This year we’ll launch Wunderlist 2 and say “Auf Wiedersehen” to Wunderkit. Some of you will be really surprised, while others may have already predicted this. So let us tell you a bit more about what happened – and why Wunderkit will remain in beta and will not be developed any further. Saying goodbye is never easy, especially when we are having to say it... Beautiful, simple and innovative products that make peoples’ lives easier. This is what motivates me each day and where the 6Wunderkinder story begins. From 6 co-founders to 36 Wunderkinder in just two years, it’s been an epic adventure. So many things have happened - we’ve launched two products on 11 platforms, and we’ve seen them become the daily companion of millions of people around the world. We have been so busy, we not only forgot to celebrate some of our milestones, we also missed the opportunity to share some important lessons with you. So, today I would first like to take this... Sorry that we’ve been somewhat MIA lately with regards to our blog. We’ve been incredibly busy working away behind the scenes on our products, doing some fine-tuning with the backend, tinkering with features and without giving too much away, working on something completely new. We’ll have more news to share soon, so stay tuned. During our focus time we forgot to celebrate with you two of our biggest milestones yet. So please chill the champagne, buy some party supplies and get ready to commemorate this occasion with us! Last month, Wunderlist reached over 100 million tasks created and... You better believe it! The tenth member of the Wunderlist family has finally arrived. After an exciting and fruitful affair with Metro, we’re proud to show the world our love child. Wunderlist for Windows Phone 7 is a mobile client sporting a totally new look and feel forthe 6Wunderkinder product line. You’re gonna love it. It looks like the Microsoft genetics have overpowered our design here, but it’s all good – really good in fact. We can’t wait for you to try it out. Thanks to Metro you can experience your tasks in a whole new way. Enjoy bigger, beautiful text. Slide your way around... Let’s face it, jobs are few and far between right now. Eyeing up a career, especially as a new graduate, is harder than it’s ever been. When I graduated in late 2010 I had so many things I wanted to do and so many things I wanted to be. But after almost 100 job applications and 6 billion phone calls, my bright and prosperous future had gotten smaller and smaller, to the point where I didn’t know what the world wanted of me. One thing stuck with me through the whole process though – and that was my love and passion for technology. Y’know what? Our futures are truly limitless in today’s day and... We couldn’t be more excited for Wunderlist to have reached 2 million users. To show our appreciation, we’ve decided to sit down and write our task manager a little love letter. Dear Wunderlist… You did it! You’ve reached 2 million users! We can’t believe that you’re all grown up, reaching your second million in almost half the time it took you to get the first. We could fill the Olympic Stadium here in Berlin almost 26 times with all those people. We know that you’re working hard helping hundreds of thousands of people organize themselves every day, and that you handle around 2.1 million... Following on from Valentine’s day, we’re feeling the love. At 6Wunderkinder we’re pretty lucky, we’ve got a lot of loved ones… and they’re you guys! Over the past couple of weeks we’ve been going through all the Wunderkit feedback you’ve given us. We’d like to dedicate this day to those that have been helping us along the way, this update is for you! Many of you voiced concerns about our initial pricing plan. And for good reason. You worried that by using a free account you were not able to get involved with other people’s projects, and the fact that your friends would have to pay if they... Wunderkit. I’m sure you know a lot about it already. And that’s a good thing. But maybe you’re missing the ‘why’ behind the product we’ve been working so hard on? If that’s the case, strap on your reading glasses. I’d like to invite you behind the scenes of 6Wunderkinder, and explain to you what Wunderkit means to us. After blood sweat and tears, we opened up Wunderkit’s doors to the public last week. But for us the concept of making this product meant much more than simply saying ‘Yay, we did it. Check it out’. We finally gave birth to our collective idea, our big vision. So what’s the... When you’re building software that aims to help people be more productive, you have to do a lot of research and test a bunch of different things. Which is exactly what we did. And we believe that sharing knowledge is one key factor for doing great work. That’s why we’d like to share some of our experiences, in the hope that you might gain some useful ideas or inspiration to improve your own productivity. Did you ever wonder if the guys that build productivity software are actually productive themselves? You might have conjured up this picture in your head of the 6Wunderkinder office… a... What’s better than a Wunderkit beta? A Wunderkit beta open to the public! We’re super excited to open our doors to the entire world, and if you haven’t grabbed your slice of Wunderkit goodness yet, now’s the time! We started our closed beta at the beginning of January – letting a few people in here, a few people in there. The number grew and grew. At times our servers were sweating more than a 400lb runner, in a rubber suit, on a treadmill, in a sauna. Our task lists got bigger, our working hours got longer, and Eric’s following count exceeded the population of Vatican City. But these things... "So if you want to invest two years in something that will help you succeed in business, the evidence suggests you’d do better to learn how to hack than get an MBA." — Paul Graham Computers – it seems like I use one from the second I wake up to the moment my eyes slide shut forthe night. But how do they work? Forthe average computer user, the inner workings of computer programming are about as easy to understand (and interesting) as string theory mixed with advanced tax law. But does this mean our large brained coding brethren are intellectually superior to us? While I can’t... Imagine waking up in the morning and instead of checking your Facebook newsfeed, you glance over at your daily ‘energy production’ feed. You scroll down to see how much your friend has reduced their CO2 emissions that week. You congratulate your buddy for all the credits they have earned, because they are about to cash in on a gift. Welcome to Changers. The Berlin-based startup has engineered a portable solar panel module equipped with a built-in battery that charges your mobile device. When connected to your computer, the total energy production (the energy produced using the solar panel)... Another day, another Wunderlist-supported device! It’s no secret that we’re on a mission to put our adored task manager in everyone’s hands, regardless of what device you’re using. Today we’re thrilled to announce Wunderlist for Blackberry, something that’s long been requested by some of you. This release follows support for Linux, and crowns Wunderlist for Blackberry the 9th member of the family. In anyone’s eyes that’s one helluva big family, and we’re getting closer to our goal of supporting every major device and OS out there. So, what’s the story? Planting the seed As hinted by our blog... Drumroll please! It’s time to talk Wunderkit again. But what in particular? Well… where we’re at right now, how far we’ve got to go, and our elusive beta invite roll-out process. Our baby’s about to be born, and with this post, we’d like to take the opportunity to share some important updates with you. The last 12 months have been crazy – as you all know we’ve released Wunderlist on no less than 6 platforms – all the while developing Wunderkit in the shadows. On top of this, we’ve managed to squeeze in work on Wunderlist for two new devices – Blackberry and Windows Phone 7. It’s safe to say... Today Niklas Zennström (co-founder of Skype) has invested, with his venture capital firm Atomico, $4.2 million into our team and forthcoming product, Wunderkit. The investment means so much to us in so many ways, and we’re honored to have the support of Niklas and his team as we go forward. We are always looking forthe best investors: Investors that will offer us impeccable guidance, who believe in what we do, who will follow us hand-in-hand as we change the world. Atomico is an investment firm that actively looks for companies with this mentality, and has funded more than 50 companies on... This past year has been an amazing time for us at 6Wunderkinder HQ. Wunderlist has continued to outshine every productivity tool out there, and everyone from The New York Times to the BBC has been interested in what we, as a company, have to say. We also came third at the Vodafone Mobile Click Awards 2011, bringing home a fantastic €25,000 in prize money. All of this stuff, put simply, is incredible. But things are about to get a whole lot more exciting, for all of us. Unless you’ve been living on the moon or have some irrational fear of gossip, you should know that Wunderkit is almost here.... Boom! We’ve got two big nuggets of news for all of you today. Number 1: Support. Support is incredibly important, and knowledge is power. The customer service fairy has been sent down from the heavens and delivered you a brand new Wunderlist support page. Christmas has come early, we know! Number 2: Penguin. Penguin? That’s right, Wunderlist for Linux is here. We know you Linux guys have been after it for some time, and Tux is now gracing the Wunderlist stage. These releases focus on two of our most important missions. We want to provide you with the best support and user experience. We also... Power user, Noun: any person who knows enough about a computer or other device to take full advantage of its advanced features. Sound like you? Maybe. But what about those of you who haven’t even heard of the word ‘power user’? Fear not. With Wunderlist 1.2.4, all of you are power users. We’re making your workflow even easier with today’s incredible update. Our feature roadmap is huge. I mean, this thing is a scroll. Other companies take these feature requests and cram them in, nearly always adding complexity. We look at each feature and try and find ways of making it easy to use. It’s as... It’s been a little over 5 months since we launched Wunderlist for Android, and today we have some big news for all you droid heads. Lock and load your HTC Desires and Galaxy Tabs, Wunderlist has been rebuilt… from the ground up. No longer will you have to wait a second too long to enter a task, gone are the days of instability, want a widget? You got it. In the words of Daft Punk, Wunderlist for Android is ‘Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger’. We didn’t just sit there and write lines of code for this. We travelled to a far away land on our unicorns, and found this beast at the end of a rainbow.... Wow. This is amazing. It’s only been a year since we founded 6Wunderkinder and guess what? We’ve hit our first one million users within 275 days. The icing on the cake? We’ve hit this number sooner than companies like Evernote, Twitter and Foursquare did. We couldn’t be happier. We knew at the very beginning that Wunderkit – a revolutionary, truly original take on productivity – would take at least a year of development, but we wanted to get something out right away. Wunderlist was born, and launched in November. We wanted to really understand the world of productivity, and it was our way of... Berlin founders, this is your time. Did you know the very first computer was invented in this city? We should be proud of that! So, why the hell was Berlin known as the copycat capital of Europe? Think for a second. How many great technology startups have we invented in the last 40 years? Not many. People recognize us European founders as great executers, but also for not being very creative at all. All the creativity seems to be in the US right now, with companies like Apple, Microsoft, Google, Yahoo, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Zynga, AirBnB, Dropbox and so on. All we’ve been able to do is... It’s been a super exciting month forthe 6Wunderkinder team and today things got even better. We are very excited to announce that we have been selected as one of the five finalists forthe German leg of the Vodafone Mobile Clicks awards – the largest mobile internet start-up competition in the world! Already known as the biggest start-up competition of its kind, this year’s Vodafone Mobile Clicks is open to seven markets. Any start-up in Germany, the Netherlands, Portugal, the Republic of Ireland, Spain, Turkey orthe United Kingdom that has a mobile site, service or application can compete... I spent the last few weeks reading over 300 stories submitted through our “Your Wunderlist Story” competition. First off, a big thank you to everyone that participated. I was lucky enough to indulge in a great collection of heart warming, thoughtful, humorous and really quirky stories from our users around the world. While reading some of the stories, I laughed so hard that the entire office could hear me, yet other stories left me teary-eyed and awestruck by the way people’s lives were transformed by Wunderlist. Here are a few of the standouts. Meet Seth Cain, an American who helped set up a... People use Wunderlist all over the globe. We are delighted to see our task manager successful in certain countries so it was important to translate our mobile apps in 16 languages while the desktop app is available in 30 languages. You will now have a more consistent experience – you can to-and-fro from every device and still use your native language. ###Do you want to have Wunderlist in your native language? You can contribute your translations through our github repositories here: For Desktop: Click here Each new language represents a new set of potential users. This diversity in user base... Computers are just shiny boxes. There, I said it. So why do over 1 billion people log on every day? It’s all about software. Software transforms this plastic block into something magical, something that lets you see the world in a different way and helps you interact with other human beings. We use software to stay in touch with friends and family, to help us with our workload and to enjoy our spare time by catapulting birds into pigs. So, with software being such an invaluable part of personal computing, one would think the delivery of it should be of the upmost importance. Right? Well, it... A lot has changed at 6Wunderkinder since we opened our doors last year. We started as 6, now we’re 25. We began with a small number of users, now we have 850,000 worldwide. We worked in a split office, now we’re united in workspace bliss. Throw the continuing progress of Wunderkit into the mix and 6Wunderkinder fits the bill as one overly awesome place to work. We’ve even got a water fountain and a view of a graveyard. Come on, where else could you find that?! Why work at 6Wunderkinder? The work we do is incredibly important to us. We’re building products that help organize people’s lives... Hello Friends! We recently posted a survey on our website and received amazing feedback from many of you! Cheers for taking the time in helping us better understand your needs and general outlook on Wunderlist. Over the past month our developers have been busy creating our next product Wunderkit as well as resolving big and small issues for our users. So what’s new on Wunderlist for iPhone/iPod Touch 1.2.2 and iPad 1.1.0? A plethora of things! For an overview of the updates, checkout the changelogs on our Tumblr page! Too lazy? We’ll give you a few biggies. Push is more reliable, and we’ve... Over 20 Million tasks created. #1 downloaded app in several Mac App Stores across the globe. Over 2 million downloads. What more can we ask for? It seems like only a few months ago we were mapping out ideas for a productivity tool and building a business plan for 6Wunderkinder. Now we are the #1 downloaded app in the iPhone App Store in 12 countries (including USA, Germany, UK, Russia and Sweden) and we have been iPhone App Of The Week in 62 countries. We are extremely excited and can embrace yet another milestone for our young company. “Thank you for your amazing support, now it’s our turn... Hallo Friends! We’re super excited to announce our new “Your Wunderlist Story” competition. We’re looking forthe best, most creative use of Wunderlist out there. One lucky Wunderlist user will have an awesome chance to win an iPad 2 with a Smart Cover signed by the entire 6Wunderkinder team! You can even choose the model and the color for your Smart Cover. Word on the street: Mari Ikemura and friends use Wunderlist to organize their bangin J-Pop festival in Tokyo. Martin Schneider uses Wunderlist to outline his Berlin based startup’s monthly tasks and goals. Kimberly Thomas from Minnesota... Exciting times at 6Wunderkinder HQ! We’re thrilled to announce that Wunderlist is now available in the Mac App Store. It’s great to know that we are now part of this awesome marketplace. Not only will it provide a one stop shop for our users to update Wunderlist, it will also attract new users through the added exposure. After one day of the initial release, we we’re featured worldwide with a big teaser in the Mac App Store. Maybe Steve Jobs just read our last blog post. Why it’s awesome for you The Mac App Store is similar to the App Store on the iPhone orthe Android Market for Android... Yesterday was an eye opening day for all of us. While watching the live stream of Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference, we quickly discovered that Apple has now joined the market of productivity by integrating a task manager into iOS 5. As mentioned on Mashable, a lot of people believe that Apple just killed an armada of startups, i.e. Dropbox, Instapaper, Instagram, Camera Plus, Sparrow, What’s App, Spotify, Last.fm, and even Wunderlist. We couldn’t disagree more. Sure, some people are angry, but Apple hasn’t killed anything, they’ve just joined in on the fun. Diversification is a good... I know you guys are hungry for some more stories from 6Wunderkinder HQ, so here is some good Monday afternoon reading for you. This story is about a group of young people who found their balance and focus on the beautiful coast of the Baltic Sea. Everyone knows that a vacation week helps people relax and get rid of working stress, but it’s also the perfect way to actually boost your productivity to the max! Welcome to the Wundercamp! Since the release of Wunderlist on November 11th we were carried away by the success and all the work that came with a project like this. We developed, we... Meet the original six Wunderkinder and their new brothers and sisters. We love having breakfast, playing Hacky Sack and take long walks on the beach together. (Ok the last bit was a lie). But we do have a rockin’ time at the office and we’re always happy to expand our team. The new guys add a lot of character to our family. Michael likes to walk around shouting ‘rødgrød med fløde’, Marcus keeps an Eagle Eye on the Angry Birds, Eric likes to treat his coworkers to french fries and Sebastian does a great job of managing his code-monkeys. Welcome to the jungle. Wanna meet our Hacky-Sac lovin’... We always listen to your requests and try our best to deliver the goods in a timely fashion. As a result, we have been busy giving Wunderlist a gigantic facelift. We are delighted to introduce the new and improved Desktop app version 1.2.0. Wunderlist’s popularity is gaining momentum and today we have reached a solid 600,000 users! (applause). It’s important that all of our users are happy with our product and continue to provide us with feedback. So a big thank you from all of us! “We fixed a lot of inconsistencies between our mobile and desktop versions. The new Wunderlist desktop app... At 6Wunderkinder, we have reached a lot of milestones in the few short months since we introduced Wunderlist to the world: one million downloads, expanding Wunderlist to iPad, Android and the Web, hosting our own Wunderland startup conference – and we haven’t even unleashed the power of Wunderkit yet. But having 500,000 registered users means more to us than any other milestone so far. Most of you know from experience that trying a new app is a time commitment. It means downloading, opening and testing something that could very well be a colossal waste of your time. More than a million of you... Come to Berlin this Thursday. Meet us at the Wunderland startup event and hear Jeff Haynie, CEO and Co-Founder of Silicon Valley-based Appcelerator, who speaks about his cross-platform development framework Titanium. You will also hear two talks from Christian and Robert from 6Wunderkinder. With Wunderland we want to bring insights to your business directly from the inspirational entrepreneurs, marketeers, developers and designers that are shaping today’s digital world. We will invite some of the most respected startups on the planet to share their knowledge and experience with you, with each... Holy moly! The last days were packed full of excitements forthe whole 6Wunderkinder team. Not only did we release Wunderlist for Android with a big bang, but also the brand-new Wunderlist web app went online today. Another great thing for us to celebrate: over 1 million people decided to download Wunderlist for iPhone and iPad. Jaahaa! Thank you so much for all your support and all your patience. I know I say this a lot, but I really mean it. Without having literally millions of people downloading our products and trusting in us, we simply couldn’t do these things everyday. Productivity hits... The Wunderlist family is getting bigger! To all our users who have waited past the due date for Wunderlist to make its way out of the womb and onto the big screen, the wait is finally over. Wunderlist HD is here, and it’s doing a lot more than just looking cute. The iPhone version always wanted a younger brother; It’s going to be jealous. So why the short delay? Well, we wanted to do more than just crank Wunderlist up to a higher resolution. After the success of Wunderlist for iPhone and desktops, and all of the feedback and suggestions from our users, we really wanted to deliver. Was it... Who listens to their customers? We do! This is not your ordinary update announcement, this is dedication at its best. You wanted it all, so we will deliver. During February we will strengthen the Wunderlist product family, starting with iPad and a new iPhone version at the end of next week. Of course, every app will stay free! During the last two months our easy-to-use task manager Wunderlist became such a great success for us. We received countless positive feedback from all over the globe. So we’ve made a decision: instead of merely treating Wunderlist as an appetizer forthe upcoming... What a year! During the holidays, we had some time to look back at 2010 and to realize what we achieved so far. We just didn’t expect such a big success. We wanted 15,000 users by the end of February 2011. What we got were over 110,000 Wunderlist users in less than two months. No, we don’t want to complain. Actually, we are pretty happy with the progress. And we are pretty happy with our users, too. Here and there we still have some technical issues reported by some people. But considering the number of users we already have, the number of support tickets is so small. Some more numbers To... Many of you may know this situation: you think you’ve got a brilliant idea, but you know that you will need a whole lot of money to realize it. This may be the moment you think of presenting your idea to a VC forthe first time. This is our story raising 600,000 Euros in four months for nothing more than an idea. Don’t get us wrong! We’re no heroes and we don’t know anything yet. And we definitely think that building a sustainable business that makes enough revenue to grow naturally is worth at least as much as convincing an investor of your idea. But for us the “VC approach” wasthe right... After the huge success of the Desktop App we are excited to tell you that Wunderlist is finally coming to your iPhone! You can download it from Apple’s Appstore right now as we speak. Over 55.000 downloads in four weeks, 18.000 registered Wunderlist users and a whole lot of positive blog posts, videos and articles about us is more than a good reason to thank all of you! You downloaded our tool, you shared our link, you invited your friends and you gave us so many great comments and feedback that we are just enchanted by your love :) Our christmas present for this year We want to give some of... As a young software startup we try to learn from the big ones as often as possible. Of course we have our own visions, but listening to people who have way more experience than ourselves is an important part of our daily work. That’s why we will attend LeWeb’10 and we would love to meet you there. Finding idols and listening to what they have to say was always a crucial factor for us. No matter how hard you try and no matter how smart you are, there are always some things you didn’t expect at the beginning. It can be a great help to listen to people, who tell you about their mistakes, so that... Since we launched Wunderlist just one week ago the feedback has been great and most people seem to love the simplicity of our free task managment tool. However, we’ve got lots of responses, suggestions, feature requests and questions from all around the globe. Note: To benefit from the new features, please uninstall Wunderlist, download the new version from the http://6wunderkinder.com/Wunderlist and install it again. By the way, this tedious process will get fixed soon. We are still fixing some bugs and developing the iPhone App and barely find the time to implement new features.... What a ride! Although we worked hard to make Wunderlist and our company website a good user experience for you, we didn’t imagine the number of positive reactions that are coming over us right now. We thought you might want to know a little bit more about what is going on behind closed doors in our office. So here we are, giving you some insights of how things are going. Hold on tight :) Everybody Loves Charts Three days ago, we launched our brand-new website and our first product Wunderlist. We began spreading it on Twitter, on Facebook and wrote an email to all cool tech blogs that we... Building a web start-up with your school friends is probably something a lot of teenagers dream of these days. We were lucky enough to make our dream come true – and even got paid for it by two business angels. Here’s our story: The image of a bunch of friends, sitting in their parents’ garage, planning the “next big thing” is pretty old-school – but that’s exactly how we started back in our early days. We gathered in the garage of Christian’s parents, and being young, naïve, and idealistic, we tried to image our bright future: developing cool, next-generation software products that people...
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