This week's Euromaxx Special is devoted to popular activities between Christmas and New Year's Day. Today we focus on culture, including, art theater and classical music.
David Chipperfield has expanded and remodeled London's Royal Academy of Arts for its 250th birthday. Plus: Geoffrey Mottart adorns the statues of Brussels with floral arrangements. And odd romantic customs around Europe.
The Alpaca from the Andes is at the center of this year’s animal trend. Plus: a live show with music from Game of Thrones is touring Europe. And: the Girona flower festival turns the Spanish city into a burst of color.
Britain's royals prepare to welcome Meghan Markle into the fold. Plus: the extreme art of Marina Abramović. And: fantastic Filipino fare in Berlin.
The programme 'Next Generation - Short Tiger' is a Cannes tradition that highlights the talents of German film students and allows short film animations and dramas to stand tall.
Amos Oz, one of Israel's greatest living authors, has also been a preeminent peace activist and remains a passionate advocate of a two-state solution in his homeland. He tells DW how he believes peace can be achieved.
She has the same manager as Britney Spears -- and she's said to be the next Lady Gaga: Kim Petras. The Cologne-born singer is known in Germany for her transsexuality; in the U-S, she's an up-and-coming pop star.
In the 1960s, artist Robert Indiana created his iconic 'LOVE' sculpture. From Berlin to Saint Petersburg, here's what 'LOVE' looks like around the world.
Forgot Mother’s Day again and it’s too late to send flowers? Then let your mother know that you care – electronically! Here are the best virtual greeting cards that you can send today.
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