Hans-Torsten Richter answers your questions about surviving and thriving in Berlin, like the ever-complicated issue of health insurance for expat freelancers in Berlin. more »
Season's readings! Inside this month's issue: How to get your book published, the must-knows of the publishing scene and why Germany is so book-friendly – there's something for reader and writer alike! On newsstands and in our web shop now! more »
Nov 28, 2013 in Features
Germany made a highly publicised offer to take in 5000 refugees from Syria. But who are they? Milo is one Syrian refugee, who, while faced with better chances than most, used his opportunity here to raise awareness through song. more »
‘Tis the season: time to search for that elusive item known as the perfect gift. A taste of our December issue can save the (holi)day with eight recommended (indie) bookshops that specialize in everything from first edition Karl Marx to comic heroes. more »
VERBATIM. There’s a new (Green) sheriff in town. Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg mayor Monika Herrmann’s outspokenness has already gotten her attention as head of Berlin's "alternative" district – on topics ranging from pot to refugees to Touris. more »
The Day of the Dead (Oct 31-Nov 2) is fast approaching – do you know where your sugar skulls are? From mariachi to mescal, celebrate properly with our "Mexberliner" guide. more »
Exberliner's October issue is all about the alternative medicine craze. Get a dose here, as we trudge through the bureaucratic jungle of a Heilpraktiker's existence in Germany. For even more alt-healing, grab October's issue on newsstands now. more »
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