Michel Kichka: My Holocaust family

INTERVIEW: Belgian graphic novelist Michel Kichka opens up about what it's like to be the son of a concentration camp survivor – and the dysfunctional family history that led to his life's work, "Second Generation: Things I Never Told My Father". more »

Oct 1, 2015 12:46 PM People

Sergey’s war

Picked up our Exile Politics issue on newsstands now yet? Hurry before the month is over and its gone. Ukrainian doctor Sergey Steuer's tale, taking him from Berlin back to his home land, is just one of many unmissable stories within. more »

Sep 24, 2015 2:00 PM People

Peaches (out)does herself

INTERVIEW. The teaches of Peaches never stop coming. With album "Rub" out September 25, the ur-Berlin expat is set to take on the world once more. Before she's off on tour, we sat down with the electroclash pioneer in her P'Berg stomping grounds. more »

Sep 24, 2015 1:30 PM People

The act of singing

Indonesian musician Tomi Simatupang is on a one-man mission to introduce Germany to an enigmatic song through documentary concert – and in doing so, bring his country’s darkest past to light. Simatupang performs Genjermania on Sep 24, 21:00 at ACUD. more »

Sep 22, 2015 3:15 PM People

Graphic Syria: An interview with Riad Sattouf

The cartoonist and filmmaker’s two autobiographical tomes “The Arab of the Future” I and II, chronicling his youth in Syria, were undeniable the hype at this year’s ILB Graphic Novel Day. Sattouf’s work is set to appear in English next month. more »

Sep 17, 2015 4:20 PM People

Style on the street

Our fashion-clockers find style everywhere in Berlin

Fast and sustainable

Our mini guide to zero-commitment, low-emission transportation.

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