Culture, New York

Old New Yorkers
Anyone who moves to New York today in order to settle down in this city must be rich. It used to be different. And they still exist, the original New Yorkers, in their charmingly overcrowded apartments. 
Josephine Baker
In 1926 Josephine Baker became an absolute sensation. She remained in our hearts, and nobody can blame her for that.
Balmain and Barbie collection
Nowadays cooperations are so natural in the fashion industry that you hardly expect anything surprising. But the Balmain and Barbie collection does something interesting.
And Just Like That
The series was so white that it was blinding – this criticism of “Sex and the City” has now become common sense. The sequel wants to do better but only shows: Diversity according to the tally sheet does not work.
“West Side Story"
Steven Spielberg has fulfilled a dream and created a musical movie – the remake of Leonard Bernstein’s 1961 tenfold Oscar-crowned “West Side Story”. This time all Hispanics are played by Hispanics. One of them was at the age of 61.
Salvator Mundi Remake
The sale of the pseudo-Leonardo for $ 450 million is one of the largest scandals in art. The painting has disappeared since the 2017 auction. Now the workup starts.
New York
New York City, the breathtaking city on the east coast of the United States, is a living legend and one of the most popular travel destinations in the world and is always worth a visit. “The city that never sleeps” has been sung about and captured in films countless times. Millions of people are drawn to the Big Apple every year to live, to work, or to give in to their wanderlust in another world.
Hip-Hop in the US
Since the 1970s, hip hop has grown from the streets of Brooklyn into a global cultural phenomenon.
Niagara Region
Today’s travel route takes us through the cultivated Corning over the picturesque Finger Lakes to the pulsating Rochester to the magical and mystical Niagara Falls region.
Saratoga
The Capital-Saratoga region in the northeastern United States is just a few hours north of New York City and offers many attractions and places for relaxing weekends. Treat yourself to a refreshing swim at the Saratoga Spa State Park or a luxurious spa treatment for total relaxation at the Landing Hotel and Splash Spa.
The Catskill Mountains
The region of the Catskill Mountains is conveniently close to New York City and inspires by quaint, historic small towns, nostalgic charm, and a wide range of leisure activities.
The Northern Atlantic Coast
At this 1,600 km long road trip along the North Atlantic coast, their historic regions, villages, and some of the most famous US metropolises are experiencing. 
New York State Road Trip
The center and north of New York are known for picturesque natural landscapes, a seemingly endless range of outdoor leisure activities, and numerous historically significant places that go back to the early days of European settlement.
Cultural Experience in New York
From historic residential buildings to modern art: the five boroughs of the world metropolis are literally bursting with first-class cultural attractions. Here we introduce you to the most influential institutions from the individual districts.
Hudson Valley
A little further north of New York City is the idyllic, cultivated Hudson Valley. The first-class travel destination, where culture and nature go hand in hand in harmony, stretches as far as Albany, the capital of the state of New York, and is traversed by the Hudson River.
Things to Do in New York In the Rain
The weather in New York can be crazy and especially the rain in New York is tough. Monsoon-like showers are perfectly normal in New York.
New York: One City, Five Districts
In addition to Manhattan, New York has four other districts to offer. There is a lot to discover. From the salt fields of Staten Islands to the Yankees Stadium in the Bronx, from the suburban idyll in Queens to Brooklyn’s classic sandstone houses.
the Birth of the Subculture in New York
The birth of subculture from the rubble of the big city juggernaut: The novel “City On Fire” and the television series “The Get Down” are a reminder of how hip-hop, disco, and punk exploded in New York in 1977.
The Catskill Mountains: Culture and History in New York State
The region of the Catskill Mountains is conveniently close to New York City and inspires by quaint, historic small towns, nostalgic charm, and a wide range of leisure activities.
Dresses From 150 Years in the New York Met
150 years of fashion for the 150th anniversary: The exhibition “About Time: Fashion and Duration” in the Metropolitan Museum in New York tells how women’s wardrobe has developed – and which ideas shape it to this day.