DW takes a look at the different aspects of Jewish life in the German capital, Berlin.
DW takes a look at the different aspects of Jewish life in the country's capital, Berlin.
DW explores the lesser known parts of Berlin that make up the Jewish community. From monuments and cemeteries to bakers and delis, past and present coexist. (05.06.2012)
Berlin is an attractive destination for Israeli artists. Sixty years after the Holocaust, increasing numbers of Jewish-Israeli artists are enjoying the freedom of expression in the German capital city. (03.06.2012)
"Meschugge Berlin" is a cult party organized by Israeli Aviv Netter in the German capital. For the past four years, he has been showing Germans how to party to Jewish and Israeli music. (31.05.2012)
Held in the city of Goethe and Schiller, Yiddish Summer Weimar is the world's most prominent annual Yiddish culture event. This year it revives the Jewish creative fervor associated with Weimar-era Germany.
Descendants of Jewish escapees from the Nazis have been denied German citizenship, despite constitutional guarantees of their right to it. Individuals in the UK are considering a legal case against the German government.
The 110-year old Rahumae cemetery had graves broken and overturned over the weekend. Swastikas were also found spray-painted near a bus stop.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots that sparked the gay pride movement. 2019 also marks 100 years since the first movie to deal with homosexuality, which caused an uproar back then.
Both are masters of the fantasy genre. Now, the Oscar-winning Mexican filmmaker and bestselling German author have collaborated on a literary adaptation of del Toro's acclaimed dark fantasy film "Pan's Labyrinth."
British musician Brian Eno has composed music for films and space. An asteroid has just been named for him. He’s reissuing his legendary album "Apollo” to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. A talk about the sound of the universe:
The Starmus Festival has seen greats such as Hans Zimmer, Brian May, Neil Armstrong and Stephen Hawking. This global festival of science communication and art is taking place in Zurich for the fifth time this year. The star of 2019 is the moon.
Teachers and parents might not have noticed, but students don't only use YouTube for fun. According to a new study, about half of them watch videos to learn things as well. How does this affect the educational program?
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