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Genda: Music with a message
Berlin's newest GDR museum divides
A new museum has opened in Berlin with an exhibition on everyday life in East Germany. It's not the first of its kind - and that's cause for heated discussion in the once divided capital.
Festsaal Kreuzberg: Berlin's wildest arts venue is better than fiction
It was a venue where odd things happened. Berlin's legendary Festsaal Kreuzberg was an art space that DW's 'Insider' Jan Kage helped define - by emceeing women's arm wrestling contests and befriending the security guard.
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.
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.