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From sugarbaby millennials to old school Lebenskünstler, from bitcoin speculators to Instagram influencers – Meet the Berliners who thrive without a proper job. And 1968-2018: Berliners look back. more

With a menu resembling the periodic table and bartenders in lab coats, Labor Berlin caters to Berlin's craft-beer needs with a "experimental" twist. more

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Brazilian staycation, anyone? Our latest issue delves into Berlin's 12,000 strong Brazilian community (and the Germans who love it) – caipirinhas, capoeira and all. Plus an interview with the enfant terrible of Berlin's Roma community and much more! more

There’s Schwarzlicht Minigolf by Görli, and “Golf Resort” in Pankow, but until now, there was nothing like Golf Studio Berlin. In this "Wii Golf gone pro", use real clubs to thwack balls into virtual environments and discover your new hobby. more

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They're grinding sausages, forming motorcycle gangs, masturbating and having man-free babies... our new issue's all about Berlin's empowered women. Plus Kreuzberg vs. Google, your March in culture, entertainment and food, and much more! more

A mindfulness class you (probably) haven't tried yet: intuitive meditative archery in Kreuzberg more

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It's almost time for the Berlinale (Feb 15-25)! Prepare yourself with our guide to the festival's controversies and must-sees, plus a look at the women who rule Berlin's indie screens, Germany's first #MeToo outing and much more, on stands now! more

Resolutions time! The German answer to US’ Soulcycle franchise Ride Berlin may give you some serious motivation to keep fit for 2018 but at a price. more

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Illustrated Karl Marx texts, Polish socks and fresh-baked cookies; what's not to love? All this and more at Wedding's new comic shop, Totem. more

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This holiday season, ditch the smartphone and rediscover the joys of books, vinyl records, Super 8 camcorders, letterpress printers and more. Plus: #MeToo in Berlin, the best and worst of 2017 and much more, on stands now! more

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On Sep 24, Germans head to the polls. We're Merk-ing the occasion with an issue that delves into the people behind the politics – monks and vegans, beleagured neo-Nazis, enthusiastic posterers and Turkish "wise men". Check it out on stands now! more

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For our "Endstation" special, we travelled to the ends of Berlin and back to bring you 10 summer escapes you definitely won't read about in the guidebooks. Plus summer reads, festivals, bikes, scooters, barbecue, soft serve and much more! more

Remember those colourful friendship bracelets you used to make as a kid? Dörte Bundt offers to expand on that childhood skill by teaching Berliners the groovy, decades-old art of macrame at California Dreaming. Next one is May 21 at Hallesches Haus. more

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An uprooted piece of civil rights history or a conceptual art piece? Opening on April 8, The Rosa Parks House begs the question, exhibiting the civil right's leader's midcentury Detroit residence, dissembled and conveyed to Berlin via freighter. more

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You can feel it in the air... and we're not talking about spring. From Trump to Le Pen, Front National to Germany's own AfD, our April issue is all about that xenophobic, anti-establishment elephant in the room and what we can do about it. more

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We're a city of burnouts, smokers, prescription drug addicts, ailing elderly and paedophiles, but at least we've got health insurance. Or do we? Find out about Germany's sick system and much more on newsstands now! more

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In these uncertain times, one fact rings true: we all need to eat. And so we present our February food issue, stuffed to the gills with all the tasty articles you can digest. Plus the only Berlinale preview that matters and much more, on stands now! more

Whether you want to save the planet, some refugees or your abs, here's how to stick to your Berlin resolutions this year. more

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For our first issue of 2017, we take a trip back to the tumultuous-yet-sexy Weimar years and ask: Are we re-living them now? Plus an investigation into Berlin's overloaded refugee housing system and much more, on a newsstand near you! more

You can’t bring a camera to Berghain or Kit Kat Club – everyone knows that. But what about a sketchbook? Felix Scheinberger gives us another portrait of Berlin's nightlife (aside from our December issue) in his book "Hedo Berlin". more

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