"What people do for money" - that’s the motto of Europe’s biggest roving biennial of contemporary art, held in Zurich. Hundreds of international artists are involved in refreshingly daring ways, throughout the city.
Swiss director Christoph Marthaler, who currently heads Germany's Ruhrtriennale music and arts festival, has been awarded the 2018 International Ibsen Award. The award is seen as the Nobel Prize of the theater world.
It's expensive and anachronistic in these times of streaming services: On Sunday, Switzerland may vote to abolish the license fee for its public broadcaster, which may spell its end. Alison Langley reports from Zurich.
Do you know just how healthy cycling to work is? Or that women get more migraines than men? And that coffee doesn't help weight loss? DW brings you this week's health news, all in one handy guide!
Passionate portrait of punk band Feine Sahne Fischfilet and their charismatic singer Monchi. They come from a region in eastern Germany where xenophobia is on the rise and have made a name for themselves by taking a stand against neo-Nazis.
Historical fiction takes the spotlight in the six titles selected out of 165 entries this year. Here are the books vying for the top prize.
Belgium will not extradite rapper Valtonyc, who was sentenced to prison for lyrics that praise terror groups and insult the Spainish monarchy. The case has raised concerns that Madrid is cracking down on free speech.
The sculpture of a gigantic head looking across the Thames and changing colour at night according to the mood of the viewer is the latest attraction on London's trendy South Bank.
It's not all just fun and games when it comes to gaming. The Victoria & Albert Museum explores the transformative power of digital games in its latest exhibition, "Videogames: Design/Play/Disrupt."
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