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issue 134

Founded in October 2013, Über Den Tellerrand Kochen encourages you to meet the city’s asylum seekers through the universal common denominator: food. more

Insider Tips

Few nightlife stars have enjoyed the rollercoaster ride that Steffen Jacob had. Before his tragic death last year, he opened up about his near 50-year career. Read his incredible story. more

Interviews & Portraits

Part two of our concierge series, meet Raffaele Sorrentino who turned his impeccable brand of hospitality into a thriving business, offering concierge service to luxury apartments. more

Interviews & Portraits

Where are the celebrities clubbing during this year's Berlinale? It ain't necessarily Berghain. Read our cautionary tale from January's "Rich in Berlin" issue to find out how the other half parties. more

Concerts & Parties 2 Comments

The past 10 years have seen a surge of properties developed for the mega-rich, luxury flats with multi-million price tags. But who’s buying? And are those new buyers responsible for the end of the city’s legendary affordable housing market? more

Zeitgeist 2 Comments

Swabians: rich, stingy southerners forcing homegrown Berliners out of their city? Or persecuted minority? more

Zeitgeist 1 Comments

Galerie Aurel Scheibler decided to invite Galerie Nierendorf, which occupied his gallery’s space from 1933-1938, back into its old home, rehanging works which had most likely hung on those same walls 80 years ago. Catch before it goes on Jan 31. more

Art & Exhibitions

Exploring the relationship between physical locations and the art of memory, Constanza Macras and Dorky Park’s bizarre dance spectacle The Past proves to be both thought-provoking and absurdly entertaining. It's on at the Schaubühne Jan 29-30. more

Theatre & Dance

INTERVIEW: Though primarily involved in classical composition these days, Craig Leon was there at the start of the Max’s/CBGB’s scene as an A&R man and producer for the Ramones, Blondie and Suicide. He’ll be performing on Thu, Jan 29 at HAU1. more

Concerts & Parties

Tomorrow, Jan 27 marks the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. Eva Kor, a victim of Josef Mengele's horrific experiments on children, will be there. Her life journey has led her to something unexpected: forgiveness. more

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OUT NOW! Effective but not fully thought out, THE IMITATION GAME depicts the wartime struggles of Alan Turing. more

Film

OUT NOW! The plot is nothing new, but stunning animation and cute characters make Disney's animated BIG HERO 6 worth watching. more

Film

OUT NOW! Dark secrets and corruption loom large in SCHÄNDUNG, the latest suitably noir film adapation of Jussi Adler-Olsen's crime novels. more

Film

Fish is always in culinary style. And there's new catch in town. The pleasantly un-trendy Lesendro serves up delicious Mediterranean dishes on Kollwitzplatz, courtesy of Montenegrin chef/owner Vladimir Kosic and his Croatian staff. more

Food & Drink

OUT NOW! Asia Argento's story INCOMPRESA works as colourful tale of redemption via narrative. more

Film

OUT NOW! While it´s slightly hurt by its length, the indie feature REMEDY touches through a great performance by actress Kira Davies. more

Film

OUT NOW! With intense performances of the cast, the Irish-set production of MISS JULIE quickly reaches a fever pitch. more

Film

Berlin Fashion Week (Jan 19-23) is in full swing as of today. If you can blag your way in (not too difficult), you need to dress the part as well. Here are a few tips on sprucing up accordingly. more

What's On

Here's another peek into our "Rich in Berlin" issue. Self-described as one of Berlin's one percent, Nathan Duc Köstlin shares his tale of the sweet life. Read that here and find many more fascinating stories in the print edition. more

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OUT NOW! Austrian director Jessica Hausner’s aesthetically conscious period romance AMOUR FOU favours brutally dark humour over tenderness. more

Film

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