This Cute Puzzle Will Help You Rediscover Berlin
The declining Corona regulations and warm weather of the last few months have given us the chance to rediscover Berlin.
Bernard Haitink, renowned Dutch conductor, dies at 92
Bernard Haitink, a Dutch conductor of refinement and grace who led the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra for 27 years and held leadership positions in London Chicago and Boston died at his home in London on Thursday, his management agency announced.
The Nostalgic Fashion Trend You'll See All Over The Red Carpet Next Season
On a cool fall evening perched above the sparkling Los Angeles skyline, people gathered under a canopy of lush greenscape, high up on a hilltop overlooking the city lights, to take in the Marcell von Berlin fashion show at the James Goldstein Residence.
Madama Butterfly: Timeless tragedy at Staatsoper
Puccini's tragic opera retells John Luther Long's 1898 short story, itself based on stories told by his sister - who'd lived in Japan - and a French naval officer's semi-autobiographical novel.
Art in the first person: Understudies at KW
This year, the KW is inviting artists to curate their own group show in dialogue with the gallery's ongoing programme.
Finger-lickin' good: Berlin's best US comfort food
How has a city as bread-obsessed as Berlin not managed to figure bagels out yet?
German parties aim to have new chancellor in early December
The three parties that hope to form Germany's new government said Thursday they aim to have the country's next chancellor in place in early December, but acknowledged that they face a complex task.
Germany: Countless Trains Cancelled, Thousands Without Power due to Fall Storm
Berlin, October 21st, 2021 (The Berlin Spectator) - In Berlin, the fire department declared a 'Weather-Related State of Emergency' on Thursday, when a major storm system came in from the west.
NATO weighs Afghan lessons in waging major ops abroad
NATO defense ministers are weighing Thursday what lessons to draw from the almost two-decade-long military mission in Afghanistan including whether the world's biggest security organization should even undertake major operations outside Europe and North America
This week at the kino: French bulletins, masked killers & porn thrills
It's a chockablock week for tentpole releases, and there's something for everyone.
First out of the gate is Wes Anderson's The French Dispatch.