It may be the land of the gourmet, but France has also produced plenty of simple dishes. For example, crêpes: paper-thin pancakes eaten with sweet or savory toppings. We visit Brittany, the birthplace of the crêpe.
In 1938, the first VW Beetle rolled off the Volkswagen plant’s assembly line. For decades, the Beetle was the West Germans‘ faithful companion. Now, a new coffee table book presents personal Beetle owners’ stories.
The Truck Art Project puts contemporary Spanish art on the road – with the big rigs. They bring it to the farthest corners of the land as a kind of art gallery on wheels. Jaime Colsa had the idea.
With increasing numbers of women driving and making car-buying decisions - how are carmakers catering to female demands? We look around the Geneva Motor Show - which in its 88-year-history, has been traditionally geared toward men. How will car manufacturers draw the attention of the strongest and most powerful shopper segment – women – to their brands?
Honored as Best Director of All Time in Cannes in 1997, the Swedish director is undoubtedly one of the greatest artists of cinematic history.
The jury praised Hungarian-born Mora for her writings that grapple with the defining topics of our day: migration, outsiders, and loss of homeland. It is one of the most prestigious prizes for German-language literature.
Producing great music: two Chopin piano concertos are meticulously rearranged by Mikhail Pletnev and the Mahler Chamber Orchestra with the young Russian pianist Daniil Trifonov on the grand piano. A fascinating documentary by Deutsche Welle.
Designing playgrounds to both stimulate creativity and accommodate kids' pedagogical needs is no easy task. A look at how these playgrounds have developed over the last century.
New copyright filters in the EU: Platforms like YouTube have to filter uploads by users for copyright infringements. Critics fear the end of memes and say this will destroy the internet as we know it.
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