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OPENING! CAIRO TIME presents the beauty of Egypt with a romantic fluff story for tourists and (maybe) thinkers. more

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The far eastern treasure in the Berlin Ost offers tea of over 40 different sorts: the subtleties of which might be foreign to many Westerners but hopefully won’t be lost to their pallets. more

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OUT NOW ! In INSIDIOUS house full of over-actors and afterlife make things bump in the plot. more

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OUT NOW! Outstanding performances from BLUE VALENTINE's Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams depict the rougher edge of romance gone askew. more

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Leslie Gore’s “It’s My Party” would be a fitting soundtrack for this Moabit gem. Freddy Leck opened his beautiful throwback Waschsalon in 2009. more

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In the beginning of May, Christophe Knoch started the Mica Moca Project Berlin, an experimental, multi-platform cultural programme in the kind of ramschackle digs that Berliners love so much, in an old safe factory. more

Art & Exhibitions

When the mercury rises, Berliners flock to their beloved biergartens. We sent the EXBERLINER editorial team out to explore the capital’s greenest, grandest and grungiest. more

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For Berliners, a bike is more than a transportation device; it is a must-have, a fashion statement, a lifestyle. here is our guide to cycling during the summer months and beyond. more

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When Charlie Chaplin came to Berlin on March 9, 1931 to promote his film City Lights, he was received like a king. To mark the 80th anniversary of his visit, his entire body of work will be shown for the first time in Berlin. more

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Interview: Amir Fattal. The Israeli-born visual artist brought art to Tape Club four years ago. In January he brought it to Funkhaus. We talked with Fattal about his vision for Berlin’s art scene. more

Art & Exhibitions

OUT NOW! THE COMPANY MEN works in some ways and isn't a totally bankrupt endeavor. more

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OUT NOW! ZOOKEEPER delivers exactly what you'd expect from a Kevin James comedy: dung. more

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OUT NOW! THE INFIDEL draws on classic English slapstick to poke fun at religion. more

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Further towards the Spree to the more bürgerlich west of the Moabit is Café Fiaker, a small Vienna-inspired café with curly inscriptions on the façade and old-fashioned iron furniture and lovely outdoor seating. more

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At Konditorei Buchwald on the south side of the Spree, the traditions go back to 1852 when Gustav Buchwald started to make his Baumkuchen, the ring-shaped cake made of layers of batter cooked on a rotating spit. more

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For a savory treat and a more contemporaneous environment, cross over into Moabit to Buchkantine on Essener Straße. more

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OUT NOW! In MR. NICE, an Oxford student turns international drug smuggler. more

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OUT NOW! KUNG FU PANDA 2 is surprisingly beautiful, heartfelt and funny. more

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OUT NOW! A slightly predictable and clichéd plot doesn't spoil the fun in SI PUÒ FARE. more

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OUT NOW! Intertwined hearts do not necessarily make for an interesting flick in COUNTRY STRONG. more

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