09 July 2006

Calling All Saschas

One thing I am not is the only "Sascha" out there.

I don't have any friends who share my name, but there are a number of other Saschas in the world. For example, there's a German singer named Sascha, an American actress named Sascha, a chef named Sascha who just opened a restaurant in downtown New York (which looks delicious, by the way, and has received good reviews; I'm hoping to visit soon), a blogger named Sascha who focuses on technology issues, a Sascha who plays football (the real kind) in Germany... There are a number of us.

So, I would like to invite the various folks named "Sascha" who would like to be linked from this page to contact me (use the comments function at the bottom of this post, please), and I will create a list of links on the side of the SASCHA DOT COM homepage to the various other Saschas' web sites. (And to save anyone from asking: this domain name is not for sale.) Anyone who does not want to be listed won't be; this is by request only.

I admit: I am also curious about those who share my name. Anyone can search out others named Sascha with Google or Snap, but why not collect some of that info right here, on SASCHA DOT COM? Sascha looks forward to hearing from you.

****Update: For those submitting comments, please 1) note the "Sascha" connection to the site you want listed -- if there's no connection, it won't be listed; and 2) spell Sascha this way: "Sascha". People named "Sasha" or "Sacha" ... well, that's a whole other name.


At 7:13 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

My daughter (born 2004) has been named Sascha as we liked the name & chose that particular spelling. I thought that the name was Russian but perhaps the spelling is Scandinavian & German - can anyone help? Karen.

At 7:18 PM, Blogger The Editor said...

For me, it's from the Russian -- but there is no exact spelling match, since the translation has to go from the Cyrillic to the Latin alphabet. When people ask, I usually tell them that the "sch" in the middle is consistent with the Slavic pronunciation....

At 4:26 PM, Anonymous sascha said...

hey, found your site randomly. my name is Sascha. hows it going?

At 8:26 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


My name is Sascha Beniamino Vitale
My mother used to love russian literature... As you can imagine.
To Sascha Freundheim... Hy, you know you'll be my guest travelling in Italy, we'll share a beer.

All the best.


At 6:48 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

yea my names sascha 2 i luv the name evry body thinks its weird some think its kewl bt u kno who cares wt they think! not me im happy 4 bein my nd noby else!


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