Singer Alice Merton is a citizen of the world. Born in Frankfurt, Merton grew up in Canada and has moved home a dozen times. She tells us that it was her well-traveled life that inspired her megahit “No Roots”.
Surprised by details Germans take for granted, some newcomers are shocked by the country's supermarket culture. Here's useful advice from a self-declared grocery shopping expert from Canada, who learned the hard way.
The Berlin Wall fell 29 years ago, and Germany has been a united country again since 1990. About 83 million people live here: "original inhabitants," newcomers, migrants. Can they be characterized?
The Canadian Socalled is a multitalented artist: pianist, rapper, producer, film and theater director, doll maker, photographer, cartoonist and magician. He is now releasing an album of Yiddish folk songs.
Unconventional and provocative, playful and desperate: The expressionist poetess wrote a farewell to her marriage — and to an era.
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