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12/30/2013 - 5:30pm - 5:59pm
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Britain's "matchless" motorbikes and the Nuremberg Christmas market in Germany are highlighted.
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Britain's "Matchless" Motorbikes - Italy's Malenotti brothers bought up the stricken British outdoor fashion label Belstaff and set it on the road to recovery before selling it two years ago. Now they're trying to repeat their performance with a motorcycle manufacturer, "Matchless." First they are selling classic leather jackets, shoes and accessories, with the motorbikes themselves due to hit the road next year. Nuremberg Christmas Market - The city of Nuremberg is home to one of Germany's oldest Christmas markets. It attracts some two million visitors annually. New Album from Jose Carreras - 25 years after recovering from leukemia, Jose Carreras is bringing out a new album out: "25 - meraviglioso". The proceeds will go to the "Fundacion Internacional Jose Carreras para la lucha contra la leucemia," which he founded in 1988 to fight the cancerous disease. Season Start in St. Moritz - On the first weekend in December, the opening of the winter season is celebrated in the Swiss ski resort of St. Moritz. There's a specially built ski slope in the town and top winter sports brands are will be presenting their new lines on the piste and at big open-air parties. Boys' Toys - Heinz Lehmann from Hanover started his men's nights out a toy store four years ago. Now his idea has really taken off and has spread across Germany. Usually, the men are divided into teams and compete against each other in different games.