Walk don't burn: Revolutionary walking tours

The riot (read: party) of May Day is over a week away, but on April 27 retrace the anarchy of 1987. RevolutionaryBerlin’s three-hour walking tours centre on the Kreuzberg riots as well as Berlin’s little-known past as a colonial power. more »

Apr 29, 2013 by in The Best of Berlin

Samakki Talad Thai: Street food cafeteria

Ah, spring, when a young Berliner's fancy turns to thoughts of laab. It won't always be sunny enough for Thai Park, though, so keep this cheap 'n' spicy West Berlin alternative in mind as a backup... or as a great meal in its own right. more »

Apr 17, 2014 by in Food

Dynamic dance duo

Marking the climax of four years of collaboration exploring concepts of togetherness and individuality, dance duo Jared Gradinger and Angela Schubot team up with HAU for a week-long retrospective starting Apr 22. more »

Apr 15, 2014 by in Stage

Wemhöner's living room

Fridey Mickel details her visit to the home of German businessman and art collector Heiner Wemhöner, whose impressive collection (or at least a portion of it) is surveyed in a special exhibition at Osram Höfe. Catch it before it ends on Sat. more »

Apr 16, 2014 by in Art

Chocolate for drama queens

Combining devilishly delectable treats with a wry sense of humour, Naciye Kilic's Kreuzberg sugar emporium Chocolateria Sünde shows there is more to chocolate than sweetness. more »

Apr 8, 2014 by in The Best of Berlin

Urban solidarity

Did you know you can get free concert tickets if you're short on cash? Or ride along on the BVG with a button-wearing good samaritan? Here are five ways people are helping each other get a leg up in Berlin. more »

Apr 7, 2014 by | | | in Zeitgeist (1 Comments)

Roamers: Crafty caff

It may be easy to write Roamers off as yet another on-trend cafe on Pannierstraße, but the labors of Flore Schmidt and Chris Schiefner make this place stand out – which can be seen in their shakshuka, smoothies and, of course, on Instagram. more »

Apr 7, 2014 by | in Food (1 Comments)

Two levels of diverging: Neil Burger and Shailene Woodley

INTERVIEW. The current wave of dystopian films aimed at young adults shows no signs of abating with Divergent (part one of a trilogy) joining the fray on Apr 10. Director Neil Burger and star Shailene Woodley are two rogue elements in the genre. more »

Apr 14, 2014 by in Film

Weiwei in the house

Ai Weiwei's 'Evidence' at the Martin-Gropius-Bau is now officially open! Whether or not he actually comes to Berlin is yet to be seen, his presence can be felt all over the exhibition. Here's what to expect. more »

Apr 3, 2014 by in Art

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