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Refugee homes: the new Plattenbau?

With 13,000 asylum seekers still living in emergency shelters in Berlin, refugee housing might not be a […]

Politics

Friedel54’s last stand

Some David vs. Goliath stories have happy endings. This isn’t one of them. For the past three […]

Film

Here come the Kinos

Kreuzberg's Eiszeit celebrates a year since its rebirth with a week of special screenings Jun 15-22. Don't […]

Berlin

The underground railroad

After a lonely wait of 30 years, the oldest U-Bahn tunnel in Germany has reopened for public […]

Politics

Studios made of sand

The young, creatives that shaped Berlin are losing their studio spaces, victims of their own cool cachet. […]

Stage

Forming gangs: Ersan Mondtag

INTERVIEW: Native Berliner Ersan Mondtag returns to Theatertreffen with the post-apocalyptic "Die Vernichtung" (The Extermination). Catch it […]

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