Interview with author Doris Dory: We are surrounded by imagination

Munich A to Z interview with Doris Dory: The 66-year-old Hannover-born writer and director. She moved to California and New York to study acting and theater, and Doris Dory returned to Germany, specifically to Munich, to study directing. Doris Dory has published more than 30 films and 20 books. In addition to her directing work, … Read more

Loving Highsmith in Cinema: How Does Life Affect Art? – culture

Young Patricia Highsmith had a very active love life. It wasn’t easy for a gay woman in post-war New York. Gay nightlife was limited to a few related bars, all in the same corner of town. And those who secretly visited these bars preferred to get off one of the metro stations sooner or later … Read more

Literature – New Garden Pleasure Among Book Covers – Culture

Mainz (dpa) – With spring, the desire to garden increases. Since the beginning of the year, online inquiries for the term “garden” have quadrupled. According to Google Trends, the greatest interest was in Brandenburg and Berlin, followed by Saxony-Anhalt and North Rhine-Westphalia. This epidemic has sparked a passion for gardening in many people. Remarkable climate … Read more

The poet Thomas Rosenlocher of Dresden died at the age of 74. – culture

Thomas Rosenlicher once described himself as a bearded man with “hair choppy and tangled”. In fact, it was his looks that caught the eye: curious, curious, wondering, there was also something mischievous about that. Thomas Rosenlicher was a poet who could paint landscapes using language. Meanwhile, social conditions repeatedly shine through in his verses. Dresden, … Read more

“The male needs knowledge” | the jewish general

“April 11, 1945,” says Jens Christian Wagner, director of the Buchenwald and Mittelbau Dora Memorial Foundation, “21 thousand prisoners were released in Buchenwald, and more than 20 thousand men and women were still in the hands of their tormentors.” They were sent on death marches, some of whom were only liberated on May 8th during … Read more

Ukrainian Diary: What does that mean for us – 50 Days of War? – culture

On Thursday, April 14, the Days of War counter will show the 50th day. An approximate number, I think, what does it say? As the story progresses, for a moment, hardly a blink of an eye. But in the life of my country, in the lives of millions of Ukrainians? How many lives can be … Read more

Andreas Chager sings Tristan Wagner at the Vienna Opera – Culture

Two men stir up all the misery in the world at the Vienna State Opera. These are the in-house music director, Philip Jordan, and tenor Andreas Chager. phenomenon chagrin. The Austrian singer, born in 1971, has constantly worked on long and very difficult roles with Richard Wagner for the past ten years, conductor Daniel Barenboim … Read more

Dead smell Europe – Culture

It is a war in Europe. For 16 years already, another 14 will last. When Frank Castorff began presenting Schiller’s “Wallenstein” in the Staatsschhauspiel Dresden, the “dramatic poem” that tells of the glory and decadence of the general who bears his name at the time of the Thirty Years’ War, Putin’s forces had not yet … Read more

Habits – Victims of violence at the Temple Mount – Culture

Jerusalem (AFP) – In the midst of an already tense security situation, clashes erupted between Israeli security forces and Palestinians on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. More than 150 people were infected on Good Friday. And violence erupted after the end of dawn prayers at Al-Aqsa Mosque. The clashes have heightened tensions after a wave … Read more

A physicist from Gross Ohmstadt writes a science fiction novel

A physicist from Gross Ohmstadt writes a science fiction novel Please disable your ad blocker Your ad blocker is currently enabled. To access the news portal and see the content, you have the following two options: Disable ad blocker Disable the ad blocker or set an exception rule for this site. or Get a PUR … Read more