Berlin boasts an art supermarket, at least temporarily. It sells original works by artists from all over the world at low prices. The idea is to make art affordable for everyone. The supermarket is open until January 31, 2013.
French MPs recently passed a law prohibiting large supermarkets from destroying unsold food products. The problem of throwing away edible food, however, is also widespread in Germany. DW examines.
Early German films included more tyrants and murderers than movies from elsewhere. Did they foretell the Holocaust? A recent documentary explores the Jewish film critic behind this theory.
A crowd-pleaser? Or unconventional? The Eurovision Song Contest always struggles with this contradiction, and sometimes succeeds - as it did this year - in fulfilling both, writes DW music editor Rick Fulker from Vienna.
A 1901 painting by Max Liebermann is to be sold at auction in London next month by the heirs of the original owners. It was held by Hildebrandt Gurlitt, Hitler's art dealer, and was only recovered last year.