In this highlights edition:
Santiago de Compostella Culture Centre
The mammoth six building project of US architect Peter Eisenman reached a new milstone late November 2010 when two of the projected six buildings were opened.
Designer Fashions for the Masses
A continuing trend in the fashion world has been dubbed Masstige because it aims to bring prestige fashions to the masses. Karl Lagerfeld, Jean Paul Gaultier and Matthew Williamson have all created second lines at more affordable prices. Karl Lagerfeld's ready-to-wear 'Masstige' line is due in 2011.
Comic on The Beatles’ Hamburg Days
Hamburg Illustrator Arne Bellstorf is the author of Baby's in Black – the story of Astrid Kirchherr and Stuart Sutcliffe. The graphic novel tells the story of musician and artist Sutcliffe, who was in the Beatles before they shot to stardom. While the Fab Four were in Hamburg to play gigs at the legendary Star Club and other venues Sutcliffe fell in love with German photographer Astrid Kirchher.
Moscow-Nice Train Trip
Our reporter tries out a new direct rail connection that went back into service in September 2010.The route takes fans of slow travel through Smolensk, Minsk, Warsaw, Vienna, Milan and Genoa. Depending on the style you wish to travel in tickets cost between 306 and 1,200 euros.
Matthias Hintz - Art from CDs
German artist Matthias Hintz creates his artworks from old CDs. He melts down the plastic makrolon to create bizarre sculptures.