Playlist of the Week: Adeus, Barroso!

By Lea Sauer on Oct. 28, 2014

While the current European Commission President José Manuel Barroso makes some real noise one last time before leaving office, claiming that Prime Minister Cameron's policies are provoking Portuguese secession, we say: Noooo, please don't go Portugal! We won't forget you! To emphasise that, we've come up with a first-rate playlist.

Germans in Austria: Campus Doors are Open to Austria's Big Brother

By José Vicente Bernabeu on Oct. 28, 2014

While hundreds of Southern Europeans pack their suitcases and move to Germany in search of a future, thousands of young Germans emigrate to their ‘little brother’ Austria every year to study in its universities. What does the Alpine country have to offer for thousands of German students who decide to cross the border every academic year to the small and always welcoming Austria?

Why We Need the Russell Brand Revolution

By Jasper Finkeldey on Oct. 24, 2014

Russell Brand is that guy who turned from drugs to yoga. And now he even preaches Revolution down from Beverly Hills. Why we should still listen to him.

Kaunas' Potholes Revisited with Z999

By cafébabel DE on Oct. 24, 2014

In and around Kaunas, streets seem to be so bad that people started to joke about them. The Lithuanian facebook community Ž999 thinks a good laugh is the best way to create awareness. So here is how they came to pose naked, ironing or sunbathing close to the numerous potholes of the country.