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>And God said, Let there be light – #1106

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….and there was light. And God saw the light, that it was good.

(I’ve always liked Genesis. Especially the pre-Phil Collins era…)

Verily it was good, too.

The Lux family has left an indelible mark on Gonsenheim.

This is Ulrich Lux, who runs “Papier und mehr” (Paper and More – lifestyle magazines, ribbons, elegant wrapping paper, cards, girls stuff) in the Breite Strasse in Gonso. (Think Champs Elysee minus the Arc de Triomphe with a tram running down it and you’re close…)

His sister Susanne runs “Nimmerland”, the excellent kiddies bookshop at the end of the road and his parents ran the eponymous bookshop (for grown-ups and kiddies) just across the road from his place until his father’s death in 2005.

Let there be light indeed…..

This entry was published on 24 September, 2010 at 11:00. It’s filed under Commerce, Mainz and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

2 thoughts on “>And God said, Let there be light – #1106

  1. >Now I could do some damage in that store. I love it all, ribbon, wrapping, paper. Bring it on!!

  2. >Okay! You found your target audience. Paper and books are my favorites.

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