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issue 171

INTERVIEW! Karim Aïnouz on how he changed his focus from Berlin’s three airports to refugees in film "Zentralflughafen THF". It hits Berlin cinemas on Jul 5. Read more

Film

Being a sugar baby may sound easy – you just have to show up and look pretty – but in reality, it is a harsh, competitive world of high expectations and hard work. Yet many millennials across the world choose to make a living by it. We spoke to two. Read more

Interviews & Portraits 1 Comments

Gretchen Dutschke on the day they shot Rudi, the man behind the 1968 icon and how she thinks he is still being misportrayed. Read more

History

It was an artists’ utopia, a cultural institution, a tourist magnet: after over two decades on Oranienburger Straße, Tacheles was shut down, the artists kicked out. Five and a half years on, Taylor Lindsay finds out what happened next. Read more

Culture 1 Comments

Achhh, the unmistakable, sweet smell of hot baguette. Enter the bakery on Fuldastraße, and inhale: finally, real French bread in Berlin! With a certified French baker at the oven, there's no better place to get baguettes in town. Read more

Food & Drink

Take back brunch! Once primarily the domain of Australians, breakfast in Neukölln is now anyone’s game. Here's the final of our three-part series featuring the latest hyped spots (and, yes, it's from Down Under). Read more

Food & Drink

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Film

INTERVIEW! Director Adama Ulrich on Partisan, the film tribute to Berlin’s most iconic theatre she co-authored. Catch it at our next EXBlicks on Mon, May 28 at Lichtblick Kino. Read more

Film

Three Berlin exhibitions chronicle the peril and prosperity that befell the city during the interwar era. Read more

Art & Exhibitions

Walter Crasshole strips Xposed Queer Film Festival down to the essentials. Catch the fest May 24-27 at Moviemento. Read more

Film

Ever wondered what your neighbourhood would taste like if it were a chocolate flavour? Each of the 15 original Preussisch süß concoctions epitomises one of Berlin’s idiosyncratic districts. Read more

Insider Tips

The city has long been a den for cypherpunks, crypto-anarchists and dark webbers. But now locals are getting rich on the cryptocurrency craze and Berlin has become a serious hub for the technology. How did bitcoin become so mainstream? Read more

Zeitgeist

Take back brunch! Once primarily the domain of Australians, breakfast in Neukölln is now anyone’s game. Here's the second in our three-part series featuring the latest hyped spots. Read more

Food & Drink

Spread over two floors of the converted brewery that is the KINDL are over 30 works by Swiss artist pair Onorato and Krebs. Read more

Art & Exhibitions

On the 100th anniversary of Penn’s birth, this exhibition of 240 works at C/O is drawn from a major retrospective at New York’s Metropolitan Museum. Read more

Art & Exhibitions

An ongoing exhibition pits Chagall postcards and tea towels against some of the modernist titan's originals. Read more

Art & Exhibitions

Prenzlauer Berg’s newest wine bar Rhinoçéros makes for a sophisticated evening spot with a rotating selection of wine and some jazzy accompaniment. On Wednesdays and Thursdays the volume gets turned up for special listening sessions. Read more

Insider Tips

What is the city doing to improve conditions for cyclists? Read more

Zeitgeist 4 Comments

Take back brunch! Once primarily the domain of Australians, breakfast in Neukölln is now anyone’s game. Here is the first in our three-part series featuring the latest hyped spots. Read more

Food & Drink

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