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issue 152

POLISH BERLIN! Inveterate socialite and self-made dinner hostess Julia Bosski serves Berliners a slice of Poland beyond vodka and pierogi. more

Interviews & Portraits

INTERVIEW. Portland, Oregon-based playwright Andrea Stolowitz searches for answers about her family as she tracks them down in archives and graveyards. "Berlin Diary – Schlüterstraße 27" is on at English Theatre Berlin Oct 6-9 and 12-15. more

Theatre & Dance

INTERVIEW! The robots are coming! New festival Wir sind die Roboter fills the Musikbrauerei with the mind-warping booming, beeping and humming only mechanical musicians can make. Read our chat with the curators then catch it Sep 29-Oct 1. more

Concerts & Parties

Looking to spend a final sunny weekend out on Tempelhof but don't have the gear to make it the ultimate? Hase rental shop, metres away from the park, rents everything from guitars to picnic blankets to cameras to even sunglasses. You're now set! more

Insider Tips

There's finally an antidote to Berlin's Vietnamese food problem (ubiquitous, cheap and underwhelming): City West's Madame Ngo, serving Berlin's best nem and some damn fine pho. Time to take a trip to Kantstraße. more

Food & Drink

OUT NOW! NERVE, based on the YA novel by Jeanne Ryan, is another cautionary tale about digital identity and a worthy follow-up to quasi-documentary Catfish. more

Film

INTERVIEW. Israelis have a voice here, but Palestinians, not so much. Curators of "After the Last Sky" Anna-Esther Younes and Pary El-Qualqili aim to change that with their fest at Ballhaus Naunynstraße starting Sep 9. more

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Of course our new Polish issue includes Polish food. Landsberger Eck pays tribute to the Prussian roots of Western Poland with Kneipe-style home cooking. Read about it here and grab the issue for more Eastern eats. more

Food & Drink

The beat goes on at this year's Musikfest. For 19 days the classical music festival gives the drummer some love. Check it out Sep 2-20 at various venues across the city. more

Concerts & Parties

OUT NOW! Alex Gibney's newest doco ZERO DAYS expertly investigates a joint cyberwarfare weapon developed by the US and Israel in haunting detail. more

Film

INTERVIEW! How Alex Gibney learned to start worrying and fear the cyberbomb in "Zero Days", opening in Berlin cinemas on Sep 1. more

Film

Happy anniversary to the free scene! Radialsystem V, Ballhaus Ost, Sophiensaele and Ballhaus Naunystraße all have something to celebrate this month and here's how they're doing it. more

Theatre & Dance

Berlin-born singer-songwriter Paula Tebbens gives her two cents on why it's Copenhagen and not Berlin for folk singers, and what's so special about the Melodica Festival crowd. Melodica hits Birgit & Bier Sep 3-4. more

Concerts & Parties

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