The television series Lindenstraße is celebrating its 30th anniversary and has remained young above all because it continually takes up issues of current concern.
German physicians and a prominent American professor and author of books are warning about the consequences of the sleepless society.
An exhibition called ‘Wohnungsfrage’ (‘A Question of Housing’) at the House of World Cultures, Berlin, encourages us to join international experts in thinking about how our homes might look like in the future.
Meat, potatoes and beer – what is the truth behind the clichés about German eating and drinking habits?
The weather is a great source of conversation. Every day it offers us something new to complain about, even when the sun is shining.
Gardening is the latest hobby in Germany. Anybody without their own garden can try their hand at urban gardening.
Buns, toast and baguettes may be major rivals, but Germany’s typical “Butterbrot” is still very popular today.
The Freiburg-based architect Wolfgang Frey is to be awarded the prize of the “Germany – Land of Long Life” initiative.
Top pyrotechnicians from six countries will soon be painting their fleeting pictures in Berlin's night sky at the tenth Pyronale.
Bike developers from Germany are banking on eco-friendly bikes made of bamboo and on smart cycling computers with more than a hundred functions.
The Berlin techno club Berghain is known all around the world. In 2015 it will strike for the first time a gentler note and open its doors to friends of pop music.