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As gentrification spreads through Berlin, the city’s multikulti inhabitants are moving out to the most underrated Bezirk. A Turkish taxi driver, two filmmakers and an imam reveal how they’ve made the hood their home. more

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INTERVIEW: A "Turkxit", 'Multikulti is dead'... fearless comedian Baydar – and her character Jilet Ayse – has a lot to say about the situation of Turkish-Germans today. See for yourself at show "Ghettolektual" through Aug 17 at Bar Jeder Vernuft. more

Theatre & Dance 1 Comments

Romanian-born Loredana Nemes gets solo retrospective treatment at the Berlinische Galerie. It's on through Oct 15. more

Art & Exhibitions

Schöneberg 30 is notorious for being a high crime area, a heißes Pflaster, literally: hot pavement, as Berliners would call it. First it was the dealers. Today it’s sprawling prostitution – two rappers and other Ausländer are fighting the pimps. more

Interviews & Portraits

What’s on Turkish Berliners’ minds when they enter the voting booth? Why did they vote so massively in favour of Erdoğan at last April’s referendum, and who will they support in this year’s elections? We visited four “wise men” in search of a clue. more

Politics 1 Comments

Germany's interior minister just banned the left-wing news platform Indymedia. Wladek writes for that platform! more

Opinion

INTERVIEW: Aykan Safoğlu and Emre Busse examine the Turkish-German connection through a LGBTQ lens in ğ – the soft g, on through May 29 at the Schwules Museum. more

Art & Exhibitions

Some Turkish people in Germany voted "Evet" (yes) in Erdoğan's referendum last Sunday. The German newspapers decided that this means society is collapsing, and Turkish people have to sort it out. more

Opinion

Like nothing else, Turkish President Recep Erdoğan is dividing Turks in Germany. With a referendum coming up on April 16 that would vastly increase the powers of the president, a group of Turkish creatives in Berlin are voicing their disapproval. more

Politics

Some political commentators don't feel like they've done a proper week's work until they've found a news story which lets them bash the Turks. Some weeks it's harder than others. more

Opinion

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