Some designers say their creations should be made available more quickly. The Spanish label Paco Rabanne is out to change that, making catwalk fashion available immediately in stores.
Europe's largest underwater museum, news from the fashion front, one hit wonders, the city of Hamburg and two museums that focus on football.
As the German election approaches, how are film and TV portraying the political times? Unlike in the US, where the political series "House of Cards" is a household name, Germany is slow to dramatize political life.
During his exile, Thomas Mann lived in a villa on the edge of Los Angeles. To honor its history, the German government purchased the house, which is now home to a residency program for outstanding cultural influencers.
In 2012, three members of punk group Pussy Riot were detained after an anti-Putin concert in a cathedral in Moscow. Five years later, Pussy Riot will finally perform their "feminist punk manifesto" in Germany.
Konga, Skyfall, Toboggan, and the Ferris Wheel - they all have one purpose: a "Riesen Gaudi" - gigantic fun. Along with drinking beer in the festival tent, the rides are traditional attractions at the Oktoberfest.
Join Sarah Willis for some of the highlights from the opening weekend of the 2017 Beethovenfest in Bonn featuring, of course, Bonn´s most famous resident, Ludwig van Beethoven, who can be found simply everywhere!
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