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issue 173

Discover a little slice of Japan in Kottbusser Tor! The stylish Imogti tea room on Oranienstraße sells eleven different types of organically sourced matcha while still maintaining a distinct Berlin feel. more

Insider Tips

Berlin’s number one choreographer celebrates the 25th anniversary of the founding of her company Sasha Waltz & Guests with the premiere of a new work, Exodos. It's on Aug 23-26 at Radialsystem V, with previews Aug 20 and 22. more

Theatre & Dance

This summer, two Russian photographers and zine publishers added another space to Berlin's vast creative specialty shop/event space landscape: Zoopark, this one focussing on print work and photography zines. more

Insider Tips

Catch up on a year's worth of indie flicks at the Long Night of Film Festivals, Aug 18 at Zukunft am Ostkreuz. more

Film

Dan explains what’s special about that charred blue building hidden in Kreuzberg’s Besselpark. more

Zeitgeist

Sunday cyclists seeking a set of wheels are spoilt for choice but not all bike-sharing schemes are made equal. We gave them a spin. more

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Romanian-born Loredana Nemes gets solo retrospective treatment at the Berlinische Galerie. It's on through Oct 15. more

Art & Exhibitions

The stream of novels set in Germany’s capital is seemingly endless. We selected four new releases in English that will pep up your summer holidays. more

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Congratulations, “Esso”! Eight protagonists from all four decades share their thoughts and memories ahead of the anniversary party on Aug 11. more

Concerts & Parties

Tanz im August is back (Aug 10-Sep 2). And 30! The latest edition of the international dance festival proves why dance in Berlin is as strong as ever. Daniel Mufson explains why and how TiA has helped to move others. more

Theatre & Dance

INTERVIEW: Meet Robbie Antonio, the billionaire real estate entrepreneur who wants to bring Germany 21st century prefab – the luxury version! more

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Want to eat something truly unique in Berlin? Introducing the first Kakigori café in Europe, Tenzan Lab, featuring some of the most stunning matcha desserts we've ever tasted. But does the novel concept justify the hefty price tag? more

Food & Drink

The works to look out for this year masterfully tackle today's postcolonial legacies. Catch it before it's over Sep 9. more

Art & Exhibitions

Summer is roaring on and by now you’re tired of playing tour guide for friends and family determined to camp out on your couch? There’s an app for that. more

Insider Tips

Walter Crasshole goes out to celebrate two long-standing queer institutions more

Opinion

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Film

The title of this first Berlin solo show for Gréaud is two anagrams of his own name, an opening telling of a certain self-regard – a first impression later sustained by a string of pseudo-highbrow references. See it before it closes Jul 21. more

Art & Exhibitions

A crustacean invasion has put ultra-local, ultra-sustainable shellfish on the menu and created a media feeding frenzy. But will Berliners bite? more

Food & Drink

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Film

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Film

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