He lived as a recluse for decades, and in the privacy of his home the German biologist Erwin Hapke folded hundreds of thousands of models from paper and metal: the fascinating legacy of a recluse.
He lived as a recluse for decades, and in the privacy of his home the German biologist Erwin Hapke folded hundreds of thousands of models from paper and metal. A fascinating collection only discovered after his recent death.
Cannes, Venice, Toronto and Berlin are the world’s big international film festivals. But away from the spotlight, smaller fests are celebrating exciting cinema. KINO visits the "Film without Borders" festival.
From Greek authors to contemporary poets, a Venice exhibition of the books of iconic designer Coco Chanel shines a new light on her inspirations and life. "The Woman Who Reads" shows fashion rooted in culture.
An unforgettable evening of classical music and a German history lesson to boot: Berlin 24/7 columnist Gero Schliess visits the Berliner Philharmonie and has a beer backstage with Veteran violist Walter Küssner.
Edward Albee, the three-time Pulitzer Prize-winning author of plays such as "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" and "A Delicate Balance," has died at his home in New York. He was 88.
Violent video games often come under fire from people who say gaming turns children into lazy, aggressive loners. But some experts now claim a bit of digital violence can improve your social life - and your grades.
Party fun? Hardly! In Berlin, parties are all about power and money - especially the lobby events. See and be seen - that's what it's all about. DW columnist Gero Schliess learned just how stressful that can be.
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