A special Oktoberfest German course: why a "double buck" has no double antlers.
Here beer is still made according to the traditions of the beer purity law of 1516, which allows only four ingredients in German beer. Discover Germany's largest order-run brewery, the Andechs Monastery in Bavaria.
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.
Six novels have been shortlisted for the German Book Prize. The winner will be announced in October. Among the nominees are books on hooligans, lonely families and depressed city-dwellers.
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.
More physicality, more expressiveness and next to no politics - in the 1940s, artists like Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko liberated painting from the need to represent the world.
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.
From remade classics to super sexy lingerie, Paris Fashion Week has gotten off to a revealing start with its pret-à-porter shows.
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