A Finnish architect has built his dream house amidst nature. Marco Casagrande’s home sits among cliffs and pine trees. He’s made it look like a stranded ship that has found a safe haven in this place.
In this edition: curly kale, a French street artist, cars and their pet names, designer glasses from Berlin and a unique home in Finland.
Thessaloniki welcomes visitors during this year's Open House Event. Plus: Snow-grouse -- a Finnish delicacy.
And: a new documentary film about Norwegian chess champion Magnus Carlsen.
The former home of Helmut Schmidt, who was Germany's chancellor from 1974 to 1982, and his wife Loki, was the house of art lovers. Their foundation is offering a virtual tour of the couple's residence.
KINO Favorites - Our pick of the best German sci-fi films include movies from Roland Emmerich and Tom Tykwer. Dystopian visions, futuristic fairytales and, hands down, the coolest sci-fi dance scene in movie history.
The French political satire magazine "Charlie Hebdo" is releasing its first edition in Germany on Thursday. Former "Titanic" editor-in-chief Martin Sonneborn predicts it won't go over well.
70 years old, and still going strong. "Panic Rocker" Udo Lindenberg has played the biggest concerts of his career this year. More than 300,000 fans bought tickets for his latest tour. Now, there's a new live album.
For the last six weeks, French artist Guillaume Bottazzi has been creating a vast mural in honor of the victims of the Brussels terror attacks.
A software expert is to warn German MPs about the threat of false news ahead of next year's election. Chancellor Angela Merkel is concerned the use of so-called social bots could harm her chances of a fourth term.
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