Four women from Hamburg combine classical music with tango, chansons, folk music and film scores. All rounded off with a touch of humor, it’s a winning combination that has led to international success.
British artist Emily Allchurch re-interprets the works of old masters – not with paint and brushes, but with camera and computer. The resulting photo collages are impressive.
People in southern France call lemons Golden Fruit. Every year, they celebrate the Fête du Citron. A highlight is the sculptures made of citrus fruits. Menton’s Lemon Festival is the only one of its kind in the world.
Food will be greener. This year’s menu includes freshwater algae. They’re rich in vitamins, protein and minerals. But that’s just one of many taste treats awaiting gourmets in 2019.
Berlin's Grand Jury Prize-winning film, "By the Grace of God" by Francois Ozon, puts an ongoing Catholic Church sexual abuse trial in the spotlight. The accused priest wanted the film's release to be blocked in France.
How do you illustrate the idea of Europe? A book project initiated by Gruffalo-creator Axel Scheffler collects 45 works of artists who feel the UK should not leave the EU.
The double act of Carlotta and Laurita took Germany's top Eurovision honors with their pop song "Sister," emerging ahead of the seven acts representing a diversity of styles.
Created in Finland and beloved the world over, the Moomins are an unusual cartoon family. Brought to life by illustrator Tove Jansson during World War II, the mythical creatures are a balm for kids and adults alike.
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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