For our 150th issue, we dare you to imagine a radical future... and a radically new Exberliner! Our post-capitalism special boasts not only scintillating interviews, features, guides and event previews, but more pages and a brand-new design. Check it out on newsstands now!
RADICAL IMAGINATION Capitalism has failed us. Now what? Berlin's thinkers, dreamers and do-ers talk to us about the pros and cons of basic income and whether or not the sharing economy is the solution to our woes.
POST-CAPITALIST BERLIN Our guide to 18 grassroots initiatives (and Silicon schemes) that help you swap, share, borrow and lend your way through life, no money necessary.
YOUR BASIC INCOME What would you do if you got an extra €1000 a month for a full year? Michael Bohmeyer's crowdfunded lottery might help you find out.
DRINK RESPONSIBLY Quartiermeister, J-Tränk and 1312: These Berliners sell booze and soda without feeding the capitalist machine.
THE WISDOM OF THE CROWD? We checked in on three crowdfunding initiatives with dubious philanthropic claims.
HACKTIVISTS NEED CARE TOO Globetrotting digital activist Jeremie Zimmermann on why he's now learning massage in Berlin.
THE BERLIN BLOCKCHAIN Will the technology behind Bitcoin help Berliners give the internet back to the people?
Also in this issue:
HANS-WERNER KROESINGER Up close and personal with the king of German documentary theatre.
MIRON ZOWNIR Berlin's bleakest, grittiest black and white filmmaker gets the retrospective treatment at Lichtblick Kino, June 26-29.
MARIA SCHRADER The actress and director tells us why she made a film about Stefan Zweig's Brazilian exile.
TORSTRASSEN FESTIVAL We chatted with expat trio Plattenbau before they hit Exberliner's stage at Kaffee Burger on Saturday, June 4.
THE BIENNALE The NYC collective DIS puts an ironic, post-internet spin on Berlin's biannual art bash, kicking off June 3 and running through September 18.
START-UPS A self-help app, a salary report and a man who might help you get a visa.
BERLIN BITES Post-capitalist eating and natural wine in Neukölln.
BEST OF BERLIN Lenin in Spandau, a waste-free space, a luxurious barbershop and Italian craft beer.
THE RETURN OF THE GAY BERLINER Walter Crasshole unpacks his fag bag on today's queer culture.