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Back to school! Here's our 13-page special on learning in Berlin with a guide to bilingual education, Germany's failing integration concept and coming out as trans in school. Also: prepping for the end, writing workshops, Chilly Gonzales and more... more

Miller beer, bratwurst and DJ Big Baer: Ava Johnson and The Gay Berliner step out for "Pink Tuesday" at the German-American Folk Festival in Mariendorf. more

Opinion

Is Berlin's favourite Canadian expat still relevant in 2018? Ava Johnson went to Sunday's performance art event to find out. more

Opinion

Summer is here! Check out our guides to the creamiest vegan gelato, the best and worst bike-sharing schemes and hot summer reads. Plus: The new faces of Spandau, krays in Tiergarten, allergy attacks and more... on newsstands now! more

From slow jams to smell-o-vision, what you missed at this year's Torstraßen Festival. more

Opinion

Five thousand Berlin indie kids and a smattering of Brandenburg bros. No phone reception. No electricity. What happens next? more

Opinion

How to tackle one of Berlin's most pressing problems? Why, with the help of a multinational beverage corporation, of course! Which has the added benefit of free drinks. more

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Ava Johnson

Avocado Johnson on the La Mifa supper club and the hidden world of food press events. more

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Missed out on a pair of coveted BVG/Adidas trainers early this year? Exberliner have something better. Our own exclusive trainers with the best benefits in town. more

Features

Will Potsdamer Straße ever be a nightlife drag? Right now, Berlin scenester Lena Braun is reclaiming what she sees as the street’s rightful legacy with her new "miniature cabaret", Barbiche. more

Insider Tips

Put your gentrifying guilt aside and embed yourself in the Berlin-Bosphorus connection at the neighbourhood’s newest live music venue. An offshoot of the Istanbul alternative club Arkaoda opened on Karl-Marx-Platz in January. more

Insider Tips

INTERVIEW. Arrests, stalking and public humiliation – this is is the reality of queer life in Egypt. Berliners take a stand Sat, Jan 27, 20:00 at Zur wilden Renate. Alexander Molyneux-Berry explains the situation in his former home. more

Concerts & Parties

Make the most out of the long weekend with five days' worth of frights, freaks, tricks and treats. more

Concerts & Parties

Ready for a world of jazz? From the genre's roots in the US to its far-flung offshoot in Norway, Jazzfest gathers 150 musicians at the Festspiele, A-Trane and Lido to celebrate its 54th edition (Oct 31-Nov 5). more

Concerts & Parties

Star chef Tim Raue pivoted from Asian to French bistro cuisine with his latest concept. It might not be accurate, but that doesn't mean it isn't tasty... more

Food & Drink

OUT NOW! Francis Lee's debut feature GOD'S OWN COUNTRY explores gay, immigrant romance in the British shire farmlands. more

Film

OUT NOW! Joel and Ethan Coen's 1984 directorial debut BLOOD SIMPLE returns to screens with a new 4K restoration, a perfect opportunity to (re-)discover a classic. more

Film

OUT NOW! The biopic story of TOM OF FINLAND who depicted hyper-masculine hunks is a play-it-safe affair for someone so daring. more

Film

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Fressen oder Fliegen (2008) Courtesy Harun Farocki / Antje Ehmann 2008

A multi-venue retrospective of the late German filmmaker is on at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Arsenal, Haus der Kulturen der Welt and Silent Green Kulturquartier through Jan 28. more

Art & Exhibitions

The second Reclaim the Beats festival invites Berliners to dance out their identity politics issues, Oct 5-14 at Gretchen, Burg Schnabel and Werkstatt der Kulturen. more

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