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Friday, November 27, 2020 9:14 AM ET

Deutsche Welle - Entertainment

What crazy car would you take for a spin? -- In the new series "Going Into Overdrive" Euromaxx presents people with a passion for exceptional vehicles - from submersible cars like sQuba, to "Brutus" - a race car. Which one would you drive first?

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Christmas shine despite the coronavirus: Germany's cities are festively lit -- Most Christmas markets in Germany have been cancelled. What remains is festive lighting in many cities. A journey through pre-Christmas Germany: From Lübeck to Nuremberg.

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The revolutionary socialist: 200 years of Friedrich Engels -- Industrialist's son and revolutionary thinker: Friedrich Engels, who co-wrote the Communist Manifesto with Karl Marx, was born 200 years ago in Wuppertal. A day of celebrations and protests.

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2020 Cultural Brand Award goes to European Union Youth Orchestra -- The European Cultural Brand Award recognizes initiatives that have established a strong brand through their media strategy. DW supports the award.

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How East Germany seized valuables from its citizens -- Along with colonial and Nazi-looted art, a related chapter of German history is now being uncovered: How the former East German state confiscated cultural assets.

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Which future trend should Euromaxx cover more? -- We asked you to tell us which future trend you would like to learn more about on Euromaxx. You can also find out if you've won an exclusively-designed DW backpack with goodies inside.

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Berlin in the 1920s -- The 1920s in Berlin were marked by abject poverty and a dazzling nightlife. Check-in moderator Lukas Stege on the trail of an exciting decade.

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9 ENVIRONMENT DOCS TO WATCH DURING THE CORONAVIRUS LOCKDOWN -- COVID-19 and climate change have been two of the most pressing issues in 2020. So why not spend your lockdown binge-watching environmental documentaries that come with an impactful message about the fate of our planet?

23 hours ago

The Weeknd slams Grammys as 'corrupt' -- Beyonce leads Grammy nominations field, while Canadian artist The Weeknd accuses the Grammys of corruption and Justin Bieber is disappointed.

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Pure adrenalin: Till Lindemann and Joey Kelly in the Amazon -- Rammstein singer Till Lindemann and his friend, the musician Joey Kelly, take their canoe up the Rio Yavari. A new book recounts their adventure.

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German language: Top tips for German-learners -- Learning German can be quite a challenge. But help is at hand! Meet the Germans host Rachel Stewart shares her favorite German language hacks.

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Sophia Loren's comeback in Holocaust survivor role is a Netflix hit -- The 86-year-old Sophia Loren delivers star performance in her first feature film in a decade: "The Life Ahead," directed by Loren's son Edoardo Ponti, has shot to the top 10 on Netflix.

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Germany's heist that shocked the museum world: the Green Vault theft -- A year after priceless 18th-century jewelry sets were stolen from Dresden's Grünes Gewölbe museum, here's a look back at how the spectacular theft unfolded.

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Coronavirus: The consequences for tourism -- The COVID-19 epidemic poses a threat to the everyday life of people worldwide. Travelers are particularly affected, as are people working in tourism. Here are the latest developments.

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World heritage under threat from global warming -- Climate change is having an impact on the world's cultural heritage: Buildings, ancient city walls and parks must be prepared for drought and extreme weather.

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'Be@thoven': a Beethoven fest east of the Urals -- Celebrating Beethoven's 250th, an international festival is creating movement in the Russian city of Yekaterinburg, despite the pandemic. DW was there.

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Testing photo editing apps: "Aviary+ for iOS" -- If you want to take pictures with your smartphone and quickly share beautiful results, you need effective image editing tools. DW Digital tests the most popular apps. This week: "Aviary+ for iOS".

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Paul Celan: The post-Holocaust poet -- Author Paul Celan was born 100 years ago. As one of the most influential postwar German-language poets, his works remain more relevant than ever.

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'Finding Sally': Political cinema from Ethiopia -- The autobiographical documentary "Finding Sally" explores the life of an underground activist in Ethiopia, which reflects the trauma of an entire nation.

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Film maker Zhou Qing: Life is everywhere and nowhere -- The time Zhou Qing spent in prison changed him forever. Since leaving the country, he hasn't been able to put down roots. But the author and film maker won't be intimidated. Even in exile, he tackles topics about China no one else will touch.

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Lyricist Shahabaddin Sheikhi: Starting over -- Shahabaddin Sheikhi had a great job, he'd made a name for himself as a lyricist, and he was well connected. But the Green Movement in Iran brought all that to an end. The Kurd found safety in Berlin, but had to build a new life from scratch.

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Syrian artist Kefah Ali Deeb: Mediating between culture -- Kefah Ali Deeb didn't want to leave Syria; she had to. Now the artist lives in Berlin where she works as a museum guide. The job helps her fight homesickness, and work toward peaceful relationships between refugees and locals.

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DW web series - Meet the Germans with Rachel - 02.11.2018 - From beer to nudity and ridiculous grammar — we uncover the quirks and idiosyncrasies of the German culture.

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Reading Matter? 100 German Must-Reads! -- DW's list of German-language novels published since 1900 that have been translated into English is the first of its kind.

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How 'All Quiet on the Western Front' ran afoul of Nazi film censors -- Director Lewis Milestone's unsparing portrayal of WWI quickly encountered Nazi censorship after its November 21, 1930 premiere. Based on the German novel by Erich Maria Remarque, no one had ever seen anything like it.

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Douglas Stuart's "Shuggie Bain" wins 2020 Booker Prize -- The coming-of-age story set in impoverished, Thatcher-era Glasgow has been chosen from the most diverse finalist lineup in Booker history.

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Workers in Athens find ancient head of the Greek god Hermes -- Archaeologists don't usually get too excited about ancient artifacts dug up during construction work in Athens, but this Hermes head might be different.

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Fairuz: Celebrated Lebanese singer turns 85 -- Revered as the Mother of the Lebanese, the Voice of Lebanon and the Harp of the Orient, Fairuz is a legend all over the Arab World.

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Sexiest Man Alive: Michael B. Jordan and others -- People magazine has an eye on diversity when it names its annual Sexiest Man Alive. A glance at the past years shows sexy is different every time.

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Arts and Culture - Thursday, November 26, 2020 -- Arts and Culture, presented by David Levitz. On the show: the documentary 'Now' focuses on young environmental activists; photographer Gregg Segal portrays children and their food; and designer Camille Walala brightens up cities with cheerful colors.

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Charles Yu's 'Interior Chinatown' wins National Book Award -- The novel casts a spotlight on Hollywood cliches and racial stereotypes and encourages a conversation on making the book industry less white.

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German Infection law: A new legal status for culture -- Under Germany's infection protection law, culture is no longer classified as entertainment. Canceling arts events in the pandemic might become difficult.

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The new YouTube channel "DW Food"! -- 19.03.2020 -- Stuck at home and unsure what to cook? Check out our new YouTube channel "DW Food"!

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What happens to lost or stolen art? -- In light of the arrests related to jewelry stolen from a Dresden museum, experts discuss what might have happened to the jewels — and why museums often lack insurance.

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How 100-year-old Ben Ferencz spent a lifetime making legal history -- After securing evidence of Nazi atrocities in concentration camps and serving as the youngest prosecutor in the Nuremberg Trials, the US lawyer helped found the ICC in the Hague.

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How do you decorate your walls at home? -- We wanted you to tell us what kind of adornments you use to decorate the walls of your home. You can check here to see if you will receive a DW-Design backpack.

9 days ago

Germany's pandemic hoarders: 'Hamstern' isn't a new phenomenon -- "Hoarding like a hamster"? You bet the Germans do! At the start of the coronavirus outbreak, the world learned the quirky German verb "hamstern." A look at two world wars shows such hoarding has been done before.

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What Germans say for snatching, munching and flattering -- At the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the world picked up on the quirky colloquial German verb "hamstern" for panic-buying. Spoken like a true German: Here is a selection of odd German verbs.

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Testing photo editing apps: "Mixgram" -- If you want to take pictures with your smartphone and quickly share beautiful results, you need effective image editing tools. DW Digital tests the most popular apps. This week: "Mixgram".

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Germany's 16 states: Berlin -- Berlin is many things: the German capital, seat of government and cultural metropolis. But above all Berlin is fascinating, a city that is constantly changing. Maybe that's why it's such a tourist hotspot.

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Take a tour through Germany and win! -- Take an online tour of Germany in our web special, "Germany's 16 states." From the Alps to the Baltic Sea coast, from the Brandenburg Gate to Cologne Cathedral. Take a look around and take part in our competition.

9 days ago

Lonely Planet's 'Best in Travel' selection very different for 2021 -- Every year Lonely Planet produces a highly-anticipated list ranking of the top spots to travel. This time, the travel publisher wants to celebrate commitment to community, diversity and sustainability across the world.

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Skiing in Ischgl — despite the coronavirus pandemic -- Last spring, Ischgl, in western Austria, became a coronavirus hot spot. With a strong hygiene concept, things are expected to run better this season. But lockdown and travel warnings are dampening expectations.

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Meet the Germans -- Why so slow? Germany's reluctant move into the digital age -- Digitalization has been a buzzword in German politics for years. But has much really changed? And do Germans even want to go digital?

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Typically German? A cartoonist's perspective -- Razor-sharp and funny to boot: That's the cartoonist's mission. But could those adjectives describes Germans as well? Artist Miguel Fernandez pokes fun at the stereotypes and personality traits attributed to the Germans.

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Germany's 16 states: Hesse -- Hesse is "country and western" — the modern Frankfurt skyline and the tales of the Brothers Grimm.

8 months ago

Berlin's Treasure Trove -- 21.06.2019 -- The Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation runs Berlin museums - and one of the world's largest collection of exhibits.

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Planet Berlin -- The global tourist guide for Germany's booming capital

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100 years of Bauhaus -- A century of form and function -- 08.01.2019

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Multimedia feature: After the Escape -- 12.01.2018 -- DW's web documentary shows how artists built a new life after fleeing their home country.

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Audio on Demand -- Rolandseck Festival -- In this and the coming Concert Hours, we welcome you to the Rhineland and to the Rolandseck Festival.

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Art of Freedom. Freedom of Art. -- 29.12.2015 -- In this multimedia special, DW explores how artists around the world advocate for freedom.

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Outstanding literature -- 16.09.2016 -- DW looks at the winners and the debates surrounding the German Book Prize.

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A sanctuary for persecuted artists - Arts.21 -- Four artists who fled political persecution—their stories, their hopes, and their lives in Berlin.

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Euromaxx - Lifestyle Europe -- A bit of color in Memphis style, an autumn trip to Salzkammergut and tips for success on TikTok.

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Speech-recognition software doesn't understand everybody -- If you don't speak English like a white male, your words are less likely to be correctly interpreted. Digital voice assistants have to be trained -- women and African Americans figure less in the samples used.

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Check-in - Study Trip to Munich -- What does Bavaria's capital have to offer inquisitive explorers? Lukas Stege delves into Munich's art, culture and cuisine.

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