Christmas trees turned upside down were widely introduced several decades ago as a marketing gimmick. Now, upside down christmas trees have caught on because they save space and keep delicate decorations out of the way of children and pets.
Germany's Irmela Mensah-Schramm checks lampposts, public benches, anywhere she might find a racist slogan or Nazi swastika. Then she pulls out a bottle of spray paint and covers it.
The growth of the US solar energy industry is impressive, Calhoun and Morris write, but so-called 'soft costs' keep solar prices high in the US, compared to countries like Germany, a champion of solar development.
Krampus will make your children scream. Black Pete may just leave you speechless.