Mixing magic potions, casting spells and broom-flying: follow in the footsteps of Harry Potter at the College of Wizardry in Poland. Over three days, the students learn their craft through live-action role playing.
Croatian Pianist Maksim Mrvica lays into the keys with a vengeance. His crossover interpretations of classical and popular melodies are full of character and power. Seeing him live on stage is a captivating experience.
This dessert called Mama’s Favorite Flowers looks like a potted plant that fell onto the floor. In fact, it’s a scrumptious creation of chef Igor Grishechkin from St. Petersburg.
If you’ve ever dreamt of strolling through Van Gogh’s Starry Night, here’s your chance. At a Paris exhibition, the Dutch post-impressionist’s works are projected onto the walls, ceiling and floor of a vast hall.
The film "The Keeper" tells the story of Bert Trautmann, a German prisoner of war who became a football legend in England. He literally broke his neck to secure Manchester City's FA Cup Final victory in 1956.
We meet Masha Gessen, a Russian-American journalist and writer. She's being honoured with the Leipzig Book Award for European Understanding for her book: "The Future Is History: How Totalitarianism Reclaimed Russia."
Only one historically verified portrait of Johann Sebastian Bach exists, but the great composer left us with diverse visual motifs — and inspired a new one! DW presents a sample, from Leipzig to Lübeck and God to Google.
The Leipzig Book Fair is attracting more and more international exhibitors. What draws them here? What books have they brought? What are the big issues this year? Who's being celebrated? And -- most importantly -- how is the book industry doing?
What started as an online student directory aimed at ranking women by their looks quickly grew into the world's most popular social media platform. But as DW's Courtney Tenz argues, we might be happier Facebook free.
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