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Stone, Light, and Decibels: Scenes from Inside the Cave at Germany's Prophecy Festival

Prophecy Festival 2016 brought together Germ, Alcest, Vemod, Sol Invictus, and many more to play inside an exquisitely lit Stone Age cavern.


You Have Faust's Art of Improvisation to Thank for Everything You Love

The legendary German experimentalists played on garbage in a 100-person space on their fourth US tour ever, and the results were magical.


A Welshman, Swede, and American Walk into a Berlin Practice Space and Start a Band Called Plattenbau

Take a listen to a track from the trio’s forthcoming album.


Refugees Tell Us What Their Lives Are Like After They Make it to Germany

We spoke with a number of migrants stuck in various stages of the asylum-seeking process in Berlin.


I Tried to Live Like Gwyneth Paltrow For a Week

I only lasted five days and almost shat myself at yoga.


We Asked Our European Offices What Refugees Should Expect In Their Countries

It seems that for much of Europe, civil society is better at helping refugees than governments are.


Kim Gordon Is the English Teacher of Your Dreams in a Clip from New Film 'Der Nachtmahr' by AKIZ

Kim Gordon, aliens, and William Blake poetry? Yes please.


The Hangover News

This weekend, at least 12,000 asylum seekers crossed into Austria and Germany after Austria opened its border with Hungary.


How to Flat-Share with a Refugee and Crowdsource the Rent

A young Berlin couple have set up an Airbnb-style website, Refugees Welcome, that pairs refugees with hosts willing to give up a spare room.


Science Says Having a Kid Is One of the Crappiest Things that Can Happen to You

By some measures, new parents are more miserable than people grieving their spouses.


Welcome to Germany's Crack Capital

In Frankfurt's Bahnhofsviertel, crack addicts and residents alike are nostalgic for the good old days of heroin.