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When Romain Dumond was a toddler, his mother persuaded him to walk toward her by using a bit of cheese as bait. Now, as certified fromager at Prenzlauer Berg’s La Käserie, he’s the one doing the tempting. more

Food & Drink

Whether black with a German ID or white with an African passport, “200 percent” African or “not that African at all”, these 10 Berliners are changing the face of the city. Read about them here and catch some of them on Sep 26 at Kaffee Burger. more

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INTERVIEW: Nikolaj Vonsild of When Saints Go Machine. Next year brings a new album and they’ll be doing the robot dance at Berlin Festival’s Club XBerg on September 7. more

Concerts & Parties

OUT NOW! DEATH OF A SUPERHERO is the story of a dying teenager, but poignant without the assumed angst. more

Film

You thrive in the echoing halls of museums and feel at home in the plush seats of concert halls. You love architecture, from Schinkel to Le Corbusier. Here’s where to find real culture that will enrich your mind but not deplete your wallet. more

What's On

INTERVIEW. Kristjan Järvi, heads up the Baltic Youth Philharmonic and hits up the Young Euro Classic in Berlin this year, where the young conductor leads young musicians. more

Theatre & Dance

OUT NOW! Tarantino could find SERBUAN MAUT too bloody with its fights lasting 20 minutes and little left over for plot. more

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OUT NOW! SONS OF NORWAY may be too cute to save an underwhelming film from being a forgotten one. more

Film

The pop-up bread ‘n’ beer event, Brot & Zeit has been renamed and aims to put a twist on German food. However, the food isn't worth the price. Only come if ambience is to your liking. more

Food & Drink

OUT NOW! Even though you may really want to hate ROCK OF AGES, that may be difficult the harder you try. more

Film

INTERVIEW: Todd Zuniga is the host and creator of Literary Death Match, which fuses literature with comedy through on-stage reading and a finale that will make you doubt your senses. The show makes its Berlin debut at .HBC on June 19. more

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Readers be warned: the much decried BMW Guggenheim Lab has finally found a home in Berlin and is set to open its doors on June 15 in Pfefferberg. more

Zeitgeist

Start off your day with a fresh organic loaf of bread or enjoy a selection of delectable pastries with a cup of (organic) joe. Mitte's Zeit für Brot breathes new life into the reputation of Germany's fine breads. more

Food & Drink

OUT NOW! AMADOR is some aesthetic hit and a more miss; lackluster to say the least. more

Film

With specialty bakeries cropping up all over Berlin, the cupcake mania seems to showing no signs of a winding down. Get the lowdown on this latest trend of 'cupitalism'. more

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Young Venezuelan-born conductor Gustavo Dudamel made both critics and audiences 'wow' on April 26 with a tour-de-force of powerful, immersive music showing that the Berlin Philharmonic definitely has something fresh to boom about. more

Theatre & Dance

Frank Horvat's 'A Trip Through A Mind' takes on a new form of exhibition; perhaps the true star of it is the iPad. Lean back into a comfy chair and experience a trip through Horvat's mind. Through Apr 29. more

Art & Exhibitions

INTERVIEW. Canadian filmmaker Paul Donovan brings us young American Christian fundamentalists on a mission in Berlin in his film Blissestrasse. Donovan’s film is screening at our next installment of EXBlicks at Lichtblick Kino on Apr 21. more

Film

Old school writing, directing, and producing duo The Archers, aka Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, get 10 of their best screened at the Arsenal this month. more

Film

BOOB JOBS! The party and blogging sensation tells Exberliner all about 'Itchy and Scratchy' and her transition from nerdy writer to sex-bomb media-ite. more

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