SONNTAGSZEITUNG: Why we ignore the climate crisis and 40 years of “Thriller”

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Instead of worrying about the climate catastrophe, Germany is discussing road blockers. In addition, a century album and a lot of gingerbread.

Can we still be rescued? We suppress what really scares us. Instead of dealing intensively with the impending climate catastrophe, Germany prefers to discuss road blockers. An essay by business editor Stefan Schulte.

On the trail of the gingerbread. Gingerbread goes back to a millennia-old tradition. It is an indispensable part of the Christmas season, an exciting search for clues.

The “thriller” of the century: Michael Jackson’s legendary album was released 40 years ago. It revolutionized pop music and the video clip genre. About the steep rise and fall of a pop legend.






Showmen are worried about the Christmas business


Between wagons and locomotives: the Muttenthalbahn working group set up the German Mine and Field Railway Museum “Zeche Theresia”. Even if there have recently been setbacks, the collection has made a name for itself nationwide.

“Occupational optimists: Showmen before the Christmas business: After two years of the pandemic, folk festivals are back in fashion. This gives showmen and market traders hope for good Christmas business – but they are already looking ahead to the next crisis.

He played guitar with his tongue

The Witcher – Jimi Hendrix shaped generations of rock guitarists. On Sunday he would celebrate his 80th birthday. James Marshall Hendrix, better known as Jimi, was one of the great musical geniuses of the 20th century: he only recorded four studio albums and was only 27 years old, but he really revolutionized the handling of the electric guitar – with volume , feedback and playing technique. On the strange management of his estate and what other rock stars think of his importance in rock history.

Johannes Oerding doesn’t want fairy dust

“Occupational optimists: showmen before the Christmas trade. After two years of the pandemic, folk festivals are back in fashion. This gives showmen and market traders hope for good Christmas business – but they are already looking ahead to the next crisis. And: A world without Twitter – possible or unthinkable? Experts: At the moment there are simply no alternatives.

“Don’t live in fairy dust”. Interview with Johannes Oerding about his new album, his great love Ina Müller and fans trembling with excitement.

Before the crucial World Cup game

In addition, as always, a lot of current news from the region, politics, economy and society. Plus everything before the decisive World Cup game of the DFB team against Spain and a lot of other sports.

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