Themenbild Word of the week Index A-D
Out to discover some funny and unusual German words? DW's archive is the place to start.
There's never a dull moment in the run-up to the 103rd Bayreuth Festival. This time, rather than members of the Wagner clan duelling in the press, stage director Frank Castorf is at the center of the storm.
This analysis of the German pop scene's success abroad is unprecedented in scope.
Each week our Arts.21 reporters scour Germany's cultural scene and present you with a selection of their best finds.
In the film, "Look Who's Back," Hitler is "resurrected" and sent to the streets. He's met with cheers and selfies. Finally a film with black humor, says Sarah Hofmann, that shows how Germans have dealt with the past.
Launching the world's biggest book fair, Salman Rushdie and the organizers of the event make one thing clear: Beyond the huge industry, publishing plays an essential role in protecting freedom of expression.
CDs and MP3s have long been buried, but the resurrection of vinyls is a trend that won't slow down. Now Germany is launching a new chart ranking to measure the success of the retro medium.
This church may not be the most impressive from the outside, but it won Germany's top prize in architecture for its trendsetting features. Discover other award-winning architectural projects.
Shift Hashtag: a special edition on how the digital world can create “Heimat” – a sense of home and belonging. For many users, life online offers a sense of community and connection.
Euromaxx special goes underground! Naples is famous for it's dream-like artistic metro stations, an underground light museum in Unna in southern Germany, and a Swiss architect builds hobbit-like homes into hills.