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Festsaal Kreuzberg: Berlin's wildest arts venue is better than fiction
Smartphone app could help fight Nazi music
German police may soon be armed with a smartphone app to help crack down on far-right music. Dubbed 'Nazi Shazam,' the program has been praised as a handy tool to combat extremism, but some experts are skeptical.
Honoring Nelson Mandela in song
Revered like a saint in South Africa, Nelson Mandela died at the age of 95. The anti-Apartheid leader and the movement he inspired have been the subjects of a number of musical works.
From pointy to push-up, Heide Meyer talks lingerie
Looking back on her lingerie empire of 50 years, Heide Meyer tells DW how intimate apparel - as well as her clientele - has evolved throughout the decades. Most women still wear the wrong size bra, she says.
Virtual exhibition reveals plight of artists in exile
What does it mean for artists and their work, if they must live in exile? The virtual exhibit, 'Art in Exile,' follows their stories to fill a niche in the German museum lanscape.
December 2013: DW's culture calendar
Pre-Christmas celebrations, mulled wine and scented candles... You get all this in hundreds of Christmas markets throughout Germany. But December in Germany offers even more than that.