If you are tired of hearing about Emma Watson, Marine Le Pen and Vladimir Putin, here are our stars of the year.
Grit your teeth and get it over with. This year was a nostalgic one. In general, it seemed, Europe preferred to look back than forward. The everyday life just looks so much better through a vintage filter. What Babelians are nostalgic about and what nostalgia of others gives them the creeps? We captured the mood of 2014.
Despite the final countdown for her Master thesis, Nevena took the time to write about egg freezing or business women in Bulgaria who work as farmers during the night. The punchline of her life somehow - taking the comic side out of multitasking! Our Bulgarian author is Babelian of November 2014.
Some collect Malboros, while others are already printing the Internet. In order to save things that will no longer exist, we have compiled a list of 10 items from 2014 that will be missed in 2044. Right click, and file it under important.
While the relationship between doctor and patient is sacred, what would Marine Le Pen divulge to a shrink in twenty years? A satire of a nostalgic conversation between Marine and her therapist.
Agata Bal is a character full of surprising paradoxes. She is Polish, not sipping vodka - instead, flamenco dancing and reading T.S. Eliot. It happens that doing fatalistic dreams about Mary Migotce on ominous slide. Meet our translator of the month.
DENA is winning people over with her unique mix of heavy beats and Berlin bling. She’s currently on tour in Europe with her latest album Flash. Cafébabel met up with DENA in Cologne, where she won over new fans with her nonchalant and street-smart style.
Europe in its current form has been around for awhile now. How does Europe impact the daily life of its youth? Does Europe matter to them? We went onto the streets of cities across the Old Continent to discover what young Europeans think about Europe and its institutions, if they feel the presence of the EU, and the future of their continent.
Who is capable of explaining what’s going on with the ruble in Russia and why this is so important for the international economy?
Bodo Ramelow became the first politician of the Left Party (Die Linke) to be elected premier of a German state on Friday. He won’t rule alone in Thuringia but together with the Greens and the SPD. So, it’s…
On November 29th, a couple of boys kissing in a Burger King in the Spanish capital were asked to leave the establishment. Days later, a crowd of same sex couples started kissing at the same time in that Burger King…