AMERICA’S HISTORY BY THE BLUES: New Orleans Musician Spencer Bohren tracks his and the country’s past with songs

America’s history is written in Folk songs,” says Wyoming born Spencer Bohren. Like the story of “Delia.” Living around a hundred years ago, she was a gambler, the song’s lyrics reveal. “A woman you wound not want to have your son hang around with,” Bohren says.

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FROM FRANCE TO MARTINIQUE: German Solo Sailor Lina Rixgens about the “Mini Transat”

There’s always a risk,” says German solo sailor Lina Rixgens. “But I’m studying medicine and my on board pharmacy is quite well prepared.

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DEVIL’S MOUNTAIN BERLIN: A former US Listening Station now a place for art – video and photo-report!

It’s a mystic place. Berlin Devil’s Mountain. Piled up with World War II rubble. An artificial hill just outside of German capital Berlin. And once, in the times of the Cold War, a seemingly perfect place for a listening station.

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