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tv   Euromaxx - Lifestyle Europe  Deutsche Welle  August 23, 2018 2:30am-3:01am CEST

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live concerts every weekend. the european concert which. you. surely can use for africa the world join us on facebook t.w. for. i want to welcome to another fun filled show from dancing in the streets to singing sad songs we've got a packed program in store here's a look at what's coming up. love him tender fans and there's room in town no bob
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now time celebrate there came the rock n roll. trim singing about the good fishing on horseback is an age old tradition on belgium's north sea coast and icy delights of a japanese ice cream specialty can now be enjoyed improving. it's been over forty one years since the king of rock n roll elvis presley passed away from cardiac arrest but his fans remain loyal to his music and his style on both sides of the atlantic and one place where that loyalty takes shape every year is in the german town of bad now haim where elvis was stationed while in the u.s. army well there for the past seventeen years the festival has taken place wholly dedicated to the king your own max reporter hayley rawlinson traveled there and got all shook up by the activities. the rock n roller
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ushered in by elvis presley and swiftly took the world by storm and still captivates chance today what's behind this everlasting fascination with the keep. growing up in cleveland ohio near the rock n roll hall of fame and i've heard elvis was the king of rock n roll since the time i was a kid but i didn't know he lived in germany and in fact i didn't know he lived in this tiny german town which now hosts the european elvis possible each year drawing fans from all over the world i had to find out what it was all about. in one thousand nine hundred fifty eight at the height of his musical career elvis presley was drafted into the u.s. army and stationed in freetown near frankfurt west germany the nearby town of bad now high became his home for a year and a half it's an experience the town and his neighbors haven't forgotten see the descendants of those very neighbors and by the rest of the world to their home for the seventeenth european trustable lets see if they can keep the spirit of elvis and rock'n'roll why. the festival is full of the king spirit everywhere you turn
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there are nine hundred fifty s. cars fashion and music with plenty of dancing all inspired by the king of rock n roll. so why are people still loyal to elvis after all these years. rock'n'roll is great you can get dressed up and dance that's fun. all over oh rouche great man great singer great entertainer close. with you looking from the stir you go she makes my day also i think what i really like is that his music is so important to the people here that's wonderful because it keeps him alive. most of these issues are not elvis impersonators but they do count him as a major inspiration like the silver rockets from the netherlands. being released. and are. winner darlene love who once shared the
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stage with elvis himself. it sounds. come out that. all this action leads up to the elvis party. the first we need to practice if you dance moves. even. if it's a low bar you put a story to get we saw you dancing and really loved it and we were hoping that you wouldn't mind teaching us a little bit of her thank you know ok we're through it better than the first estimate and nico has been dancing for nine years so they've got the moves. is based on the triple step. change. that struck. me but i don't know if it'll be so easy for me it's a. little
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. thank you for loads i'm great thank you so much for the lovely and there was no marius more serious very and it wasn't as easy as you made it look but i think we tried to day and so and we had a lot of fun doing it so thank you john byrne and thank you so much for it we've all this party is hopping and we're ready to let the music take control and trucks and dance moves of our own. to. it's the second day of the festival and elvis fans are back at it for more fun. this car is a lot like the king's famous pink cadillac he was known to start his car in traffic to sign autographs earning him the name elvis the traffic obstacle. and it's not the only time elvis caused a stir here hotel manager thomas delicious. as the king and his entourage were kicked out of this room at the hotel.
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the main reason was that they may lie to newspapers and blow them off when it smokes they put it down under the other door and thought it was funny when the old lady is around all day and knows it's was burning here that's the hotel owner said it's sorry but now it's enough. fans can stay in the perfectly preserved room for about one hundred fifty euros a night. normally the. very friendly happy funny from crying yesterday we had a woman that kissed the backs really really. the room is designed to accommodate vanity which all this was also known for. it seems like the king really need a lot of mirrors to fix his hair because there are about six mirrors in the street and we counted. nearly every spot in bed now hi i'm holds
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memories of elvis visitors can follow in his footsteps on a tour led by a local expert one stop is at his house a goodish classic fourteen where he met the love of his life for sending out a project they later married and had a child together. back in the center of town the party rages on with no sign of slowing down. the ticket but now i think technically a lot of men over think think i'm going to break but what i actually found was that the residents here are really proud of elvis' time here so it makes for the perfect for any venue wants to keep that rock n roll spirit that helping. all right moving on now to
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a brief look at other stories making headlines on the culture seems starting with a famous british actor who may or may not be the next james bond let's find out how he likes his martinis more coming up on that in today's express. british actor the interest alba celebrated the premiere of reality his directorial debut in london on shoes day the film follows a young gangster from kingston jamaica he joins london is jamaican community in the nineteen eighties also use the opportunity in london to dispel rumors that he could be the next james was. a little bit rusty most of it is stuff i'd actually like you i'm going to play. meanwhile it's also a message that danny boyle won't be directing the twenty fifth often role he quit due to creative differences but never say never but they might all change their
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minds. right now one hundred fifty teams from thirty eight countries all taking part in the biannual international hot air balloon world championships in. austria pilots compete in a range of disciplines like maneuvering their balloons to a designated landing site or trying to catch up with a balloon flying ahead. current weather conditions perfect. the championship runs until august twenty fifth. hundreds a swedish princess is still had her first day at school six year old are still arrived in the company of her parents crown princess victoria and prince to meet her classmates. as the first member of the royal family to attend the private school on an island in central stockholm it's
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a unique educational concept emphasizes francis and creativity. riding horses and fishing for shrimp are two activities which don't seem to go together but when you visit the belgian town of us the doing kika the locals will tell you otherwise a fisherman here on the north sea coast practice the ancient art of gathering shrimp with baskets on horseback it's a tradition that dates back to at least the sixteenth century well this technique is now just a relic from the past but it's also a big tourist draw we were on hand to find out why the belgians insist on keeping this traditional life. this might just look like a busy day on the beach but it so much more preparations are underway for a centuries old practice that's been inscribed on the unesco intangible cultural
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heritage lest namely belgian shrimp fishing on the walls back. a fisherman attach nets to their horses then pull them through the sea bringing in shrimp and crab certainly not your usual method for catching delectable seafood. although my father told me this. is a man's heart beat being on the beach with the horses are enjoyed a lot. between april and september the horseback shrimp fishermen trolled the belgian coast several times a week. when you're fishing on a boat you have nobody to talk to. you're still you heard the engine but. now i count every time i talk to my horse is that my best friend's. ships love them or.
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i prefer a fishing boat horse. today it's mainly tourists who are keeping the five hundred year tradition aligned. on this is absolutely you know. it's so much fun to watch the horses plodding through the sea. it's great for the kids to see and for grownups too it's really cool. that. the shrimp fishermen usually spend three hours riding necklaces through the scene and afterwards they can just sort it out on the beach and get a shot and jenny fish that end up in the nets tossed back into the sea much to the delight of the seagulls. some fishermen. take the catch back to their farms where they cook them for tourists to sample. the next day they have back out again trolling the sea along the belgian community of course didn't care for rain.
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and sting on the subject of culling merry delicacies summer is the time for ice cream and here in berlin you certainly have your choice of ice cream cafes including ones from japan the tens on lab is the first of its kind in germany and it specializes in shaved ice with unusual flavors but you'll have to dig a little deeper into your pockets if you want to enjoy this exotic ice cream so was it worth the extra cost what we had now to the tens in lab to find out. this japanese specialty starts out with ice shaved off a large block i did ends up as category japanese ice cream the meaning of the tens and not the name of the bread in ice cream parlor gives a hint of things to come in. ten posts human eyes. so humid ten means heaven means mountain so it's
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a mountain in heaven the ice cream in the bull is shaped like a mountain and customers who eat our ice cream feel like they're on a heavenly mountain. and judging by the customer's faces it does look tasty. the house is very yummy tasty beneath us was not that sweet very flavorful a lot like raspberries and lemon but not as dense as. a source or syrup topping makes the ice cream even more having me with flavors like my sock and avocado or the fruity mango in rosebery but category doesn't come cheap a portion costs from seven to nine year olds. and also do we use only organic ingredients. i don't see we cook up syrup and condensed
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milk fresh every day. in the drop there are as many of our ingredients come from kyoto japan. this is so the price is higher than for a scoop of italian ice cream. pies but our portions are pretty big. and in the afternoon one order after another goes out ya know your she keeps on turning the crank that's a muscle build up for sure. but how is your home. big when i looked in the mirror i saw my arm was twice as thick as usual. so she's in good shape to keep berlin supplied with the mountains japanese ice cream and. just one way to cool off and now is a good time to let you in on this week's draw now since most of europe is experiencing some of the hottest temperatures on record we would like to know if
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you have any tips on how to survive the heat northern europe isn't really used to hot summer days like this so maybe you have some tips from your part of the world now some of you have already sent us and some photos with your ideas so keep them coming just go to our website for all the details and by doing so you qualify to win a euro max watch are moving on now to a sneak peek into someone's home below bode and for today's deluxe we're headed to the table ends a region in southern germany where an interior designer and her husband converted a dilapidated building into a dream home now they have overcome certain building restrictions since the structure was listed under monument protection but their patience and their efforts seem to have paid off. it. is the bavarian word for an extra little house next to the main farmhouse it was
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generally used by the older generation this particular one stands on an estate that once belonged to tag and the abbey. even though it's a protected historical site it was in very poor condition when sabina tuscany and her husband stumbled across it in two thousand and six. so it's a business hold the owner of the house was actually hoping it would collapse but the antiquities office said if it did he wouldn't be allowed to build anything else here says mrs they said we couldn't build anything else on the spot if it collapsed on. it took a great deal of effort and money out of their own pockets to restore and convert the house the annex with the wooden facade used to be a hen house. that
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has a straightforward floor plan and typically upper bavarian style. the couple documented the difficult restoration work in photos the double scaffolding for instance it was needed to keep the house from falling down and then didn't begun sigman in these pictures you can see how terribly rotten the timber was. it is a council house probably because someone had covered it with insulation at some time and is a living for the wood couldn't breathe under and after. today the house is a cozy place to relax sabina tuscany is a photographer an interior designer she furnished the two he's a. she found the light blue china shelves in a corner here a relic of times past. she got other pieces from empty can flee markets. the kitchen bath and living room or on the ground floor. there are cozy knocks and
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crannies everywhere like this fireside bench. the bedroom is on the second floor despite the four small windows it's amazingly bright and friendly. typical of the tape in a region is the historical folk art. this painting depicts adam and eve under the tree of knowledge an age old subject on an age old door. two of the windows in the bedroom are the two whistles oldest isn't easy by these are the two windows facing east. even though they still have their nets lazing and these little i instructs i put that to brace there's a little when the wind was. throughout the house the original glass is intact just as there isn't any new glass in the windows this kind nice glass to. another narrow stairway leads up to the guest room under the roof. when children
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come to visit sabina likes to show them how the trap door works it's a rather unusual mechanism. is it their mission is misunderstood mechanism used this trapdoor is a fantastic designing it hangs down here and runs across this we'll. give you just this is a counterweight is this wonderful bob l. . so getting up in the morning and opening the trap door involves a bit of work. and the bit of work involved in renovating the to high school has been amply rewarded with a historical residence in one of germany's most popular vacation areas. interior design at its best check out our you tube channel d.w.
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interior design stunning ideas spectacular buildings and d.i.y. tutorials on home to her ration we'll take you inside the most beautiful european homes show you the latest in furniture fabrics and accessories subscribe and don't miss out see you on you tube. and finally we take a look at an up and coming of french singer and guitarist laura carr on now when she takes the stage or makes music videos she likes to role play transform. her normally shined to meaner into a kind of warrior woman projecting a strong female character and her music also reflects her north african roots which she inherited from her mother's side. has been gaining attention in musicals throughout europe and we hear more from her now about her musical inspirations.
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was. mesmerizing tunes by long. needs a little more than her brilliant singing voice and guitar two in thrall audiences. the in the video two or song no one or far away the french singer explores a vast a wintry landscape playing a strong amazon like character. it gave me strength like wearing a kind of super ham mosque. superhero although it would probably be more accurate to say i felt like a warrior or wild amazon look stands for a strong female figure. but being a strong individual also means knowing one's weaknesses. kono's her fears and
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confronts them in her music feeling even entire opera houses. the. third is. the twenty seven year old wears lots of black mask like i make up when she performs. her amazon like image helps to combat stage fright. why don't i just get down to think i'm actually really shy of playing this role helps overcome that says so. in the future the. name. of her song for our friends who are cold describes birds migrating north it's a metaphor for her mother whose jewish ancestors were driven out of spraying morocco and then algeria before finally settling in north eastern friends.
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it's. not all col feels a deep connection to north africa. now is like night on marilyn may have a close relationship with my mother and grandmother they're both very big hearted women it's a typically north african warmth heat comes when i say i feel africa in my body i mean this and so much more. to me when i write songs i feel the travels the force migrations and everything that my ancestors had to enjoy that was afghans are now our own things it's in her d.n.a. that she still feels cold even in mild temperatures and always needs to wrap up in warm clothing still she has no desire to move to north africa she feels quite at home in a city of no see. to move to said i know this town like the back of my hand i've got friends him my family and my hangouts i love living here.
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especially if you don't see. snork own musical career is only just beginning but with her spellbinding born charming manner her future looks bright. and when that is time to say goodbye well don't forget to check us out on facebook or go to our website to see the reports again if you want as always thanks for tuning in once again tomorrow. for. the next edition of your a max. in iceland's capital hey kiev ache aesthetic and
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i'm going. to stand once more in front of the old house. to visit her father's grave one small. field of window missteps in the. last twenty five years in germany i mean the time unseemly chung's to come home country kazakhstan. back to its land
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