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'You live as if Putin doesn’t exist'
'Germany must take on a multi-ethnic identity'
Will Germany ever become a truly pluralistic society? German-born Yascha Mounk recently published a book about being a Jew in Germany, and tells DW why his hopes for true integration are reserved.
The "Great Bach" turns 300
In his lifetime, C.P.E. Bach was more famous than his father, Johann Sebastian Bach. His music continued to influence composers for generations to follow.
Young duo fights to eradicate plastic bags
After Carnival some people sacrifice something until Easter. Lisa Teuber and Lena Jahnke decided to give up up plastic bags - and to publicly promote their dangers. DW's Natalie Muller met with the pair.
Art rebels in Berlin convey glee, not anarchy
Childish antics? Osama Bin Laden masks? Berlin's Insider Jan Kage chats with Benjamin Patterson, co-founder of the Fluxus movement. By the end of the night, one of them was covered in a mountain of crumpled newspaper.
"Einstein on the Beach" at MärzMusik
If there is such a thing as a big bang of musical theater, it is "Einstein on the Beach" by Robert Wilson and Philip Glass. And now it is showing in Berlin.
Turning digital trash into poetry
Spam is the trash of the digital era. We even set up special folders, so we don't have to deal with it. But some artists are turning garbled advertisements for fad diets and impotency pills into "spam poetry."
Puppets enchant in historical opera
A traditional Italian puppet company and a German historical instrumental ensemble have collaborated to stage Handel's Rinaldo. Though the production revives Baroque traditions, it is wowing today's audiences.