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Heads up to club kids on the cutting edge! Summer time is here (sporadically) and with that, what better time to investigate Weyde3's brand new patio opening May 20. Hot or not? Be the first to decide this weekend! more

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Whether you’re near- or far-sighted, astigmatic or just need something to decorate your pretty face, your field of vision has never been broader. 2016 is shaping up to be the Year of the Affordable Designer Spectacle in Mitte. more

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INTERVIEW. Last year, the Danes of Efterklang joined up with their friend, Finnish percussionist Tatu Rönkkö, to form new supergroup LIIMA. Debut record ii came out last month, and the foursome hits Berghain on Thu, Apr 21. more

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Almost a decade old, Record Store Day (Apr 16) began as a reaction to the sterility of digital formats and is now part of the industry. Still, its existence, and Underground Europe's record swap (Apr 29-30), prove vinyl isn't going anywhere soon. more

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It seems the health-conscious folks with tattoos and ropy forearm muscles have moved out of the Bikram studios and into the city’s rock climbing gyms. And as of last September would-be boulderers have a spot in the south: Boulderklub Kreuzberg. more

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THE BOYS OF KOTTI SERIES! It takes a certain kind of character (and yes, apparently some testosterone) to stick it out around Kottbusser Tor. We talked to the bikers, shopkeepers, artists and punks who’ve made the Kiez their own. more

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Our guide to four parallel universes around Berlin's most loved/hated square. more

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Defeated by high rents and low profits, Kotti's historical corner pharmacies are being occupied by chic bars and cafés. Cause to break out the antidepressants? more

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INTERVIEW. It's been six years since Karl Hyde and Rick Smith have produced a joint outfit as Underworld, but now they're back with “Barbara Barbara, We Face a Shining Future”. Hyde talks his creative romance before the show at C-Halle on Mar 17. more

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March seems to be the month for the Berliners with serious swing in their hips and nod to their heads. Here are four gigs where you can get your fix. more

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Get ready for MaerzMusik! In case you have trouble deciding which of the many concerts and performances you should hit, we just made it easier for you. more

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It's time to get vocal again! The sixth annual CHOR@BERLIN festival returns showcasing all things musical from the throat. Check out some of Germany’s finest choirs, ensembles and more Feb 25-28 at Radialsystem V. more

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INTERVIEW: With ethereal singing layered over simple but richly textured electro melodies, Jaakko Eino Kalevi's dreamy synth pop is anything but synthetic. The Finn plays at Kantine am Berghain on February 23. more

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Whether you're looking for a retreat from the lines and crowds of the Berlinale or you're just a film soundtrack lover, experience film music live with these events! more

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Photo by Jason Harrell

February's all about comfort food, and there's nothing more comforting than a big plate of Polish dumplings. From old-school to bio street food, here are three places to get your pierogi fix. more

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So it's midway through January, and you're already starting to slip on your New Year's resolutions. But we've got just the stuff to (re-)kickstart your motivation – by appealing to the foodie in you. more

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Berlin lost one of its most beloved adoptive children yesterday when David Bowie succumbed to his 18-month battle with cancer at the age of 69. We remember the man, the music and the myth with five key places that defined his time in Berlin. more

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