Seafood is a staple of the Portuguese cuisine. At his Lisbon restaurant, chef Carlos Robalo shows us how to prepare a traditional dish with venus clams which is named after the poet Raimundo António de Bulhão Pato.
Rain or shine, hot or cold: Germans, it is said, complain a lot. Yet polls show that they are more satisfied overall than they have been for a long time. So where's the beef? And what's wrong with griping anyway?
Aloof, independent, hedonistic: The cat is a fascinating creature, from its purrs to its claws. On International Cat Day, DW looks at artists, filmmakers and fashion designers who think felines are the cat's meow.
She was a businesswoman in a male-dominated world who created a handmade doll empire. 50 years since her death in 1968, children across the world still cherish distinctive — and sought-after — Käthe Kruse dolls.
Actor Idris Elba has set off a storm of speculation on social media with an enigmatic tweet, possibly referencing his future role as iconic spy James Bond. But a few hours later he appeared to douse the speculation.
V.S. Naipaul, the Nobel Prize-winning British author who analyzed postcolonialism, has died in London. The Trinidad-born son of an Indian civil servant and Oxford graduate wrote the best-seller A House for Mr. Biswas.
A global campaign to boycott goods and services from Israel is hitting the arts scene. Six artists due to appear at Berlin's Pop-Kultur festival this week have canceled.
In the middle of Copenhagen's city center, one of Europe's most popular amusement parks is celebrating its 175th birthday. Copenhagen's Tivoli Gardens first opened in 1843.
Sarah Willis is in Havana, Cuba to explore “Son”, the traditional Cuban music, and to also improve her dance moves. Let’s dance some Son - Bailando Son!
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