Lifesyle is originally a sociological term referring to interests, opinions, behaviours of a group, or culture.
In media terms it spans topics including entertainment and off-beat topics in the broadest sense. Here you find an automatic compilation of lifestyle related content published on the DW website.
In the chaos of fighting, animals are often left behind or forgotten. Zoo animals are unable to escape the frightening realities of war around their cages. Amazingly, there are people who travel in the opposite direction of retreating civilians and head into harm's way to save these animals. Dr. Amir Khalil is one of them, having spent 25 years as a veterinarian and rescuing thousands of animals.
For him, Paris was a tourist trap, Edinburgh the Athens of the North — but then novelist and travel author Theodor Fontane discovered Brandenburg as a travel destination: castles, lakes, cemeteries — and lots of history.
Have you heard about DW’s new environment podcast? This week, we feature two episodes of On The Green Fence. The podcast's presenters — Neil King and Gabriel Borrud — travel to a small town in Southern Germany, where water contamination is plaguing residents and they visit a farm outside Berlin to hear how the expansion of agriculture and the use of pesticides is endangering insects.