Frankfurt

6.17.17

This Programmable LED Fidget Spinner Sends Secret Messages

The wildly popular toy gets a tech upgrade.

9.26.16

Marco Fabian's Resurgence Puts Him on the Verge of a National Team Call-Up

The once struggling midfielder is now starring for fifth-place Frankfurt. Is that enough to earn him a call-up to El Tri?

6.23.16

Armed man causes chaos at German movie theater

Police said there were no serious injuries to the people in the theater.

2.11.16

An Artist Discovers His Black Heritage Through Photography

German-born photographer Zun Lee documents the special non-special moments of black family life.

8.19.15

A German Company Will Control 14 Greek Airports as Bailout Conditions Force Privatization

Fraport AG, which runs Frankfurt Airport, is set to buy rights to the airports for 40 years in an agreement worth 1.23 billion euros ($1.37 billion).

7.30.15

Inside the Devastation of Germany's Crack Capital

The crack problem in Frankfurt's Bahnhofsviertel neighborhood has gotten so bad, residents are nostalgic for the days when heroin was addicts' drug of choice.

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7.21.15

Frankfurt’s Skyline Gets Minecrafted by Bjarke Ingels

This skyscraper contains elements of a real city all in one structure.

7.2.15

A Volkswagen Factory Worker Has Been Killed by a Robot

Are giant robotic arms coming to wipe out humanity?

6.10.15

Who Says the Lesbian Party Scene Is Dead?

Female DJ collectives are creating new spaces for queer women as lesbian bars, clubs, and festivals are shutting down.

5.12.15

Photojournalist Captures the Sublime Beauty of German Buildings Being Destroyed

Photojournalist Meike Fischer fossilizes the dramatic changes in Frankfurt's skyline in her ongoing photo series 'Panta Rhei/Frankfurt.'

4.21.15

Fiction: 'The Fair'

"The dressy clothes, the parties, the cigars, the jacked-up prices in the hotels and restaurants, the disappointing food were all of a piece. It was exhausting and repetitive and depressing—and no one in publishing would have missed it for the world."

3.18.15

Over 500 'Blockupy' Protesters Arrested Amid Violent Clashes in Frankfurt

Thousands are demonstrating as the European Central Bank unveiled a very expensive new HQ in Germany and violence between police and protesters has left scores injured.

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