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Danielle de Picciotto. Since arriving in Berlin in 1987, she's become the city’s consummate insider. Her new book, The Beauty of Transgression, will be highlighted at our upcoming Wed at Burger event on Oct 26. Read more

Concerts & Parties

The Bauhaus frontman re-emerges after his last reunion foray with Ninth, his strongest solo work in years. You can hear for yourself on Monday, October 24 at Postbahnhof. Read more

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Schallplatten Antiquariat Streif only opens its doors one day per week. But this is no music-minded packrat’s depository: everything is carefully selected and impeccably organized. Read more

Interviews & Portraits

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. Read 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. Read more

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Fashion is an industry that assigns ‘genius’ status to its style gods, and the cult of Helmut Newton proves that this tendency extends to fashion photography. The latest Newton sermon comes in the form of Helmut Newton Polaroids. Read more

Art & Exhibitions

Interview: curator of the Helmut Newton Foundation, Dr. Matthias Harder. Helmut Newton Polaroids offers a rare glimpse into the creative process of one of the most influential fashion photographers of the 20th century. Read more

Art & Exhibitions

Dive into Berlin’s history under the guidance of real pros. On staycation this summer, EXBERLINER scoped out Berlin’s most original tours and gave them a whirl to see what they’re worth. Read more

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IN BED WITH: Ida Hattemer-Higgins: The young author of The History of History: A Novel of Berlin is no stranger to insomnia and vivid dreams, the premise of her new book. Read more


Interview: Planningtorock. In a city of copycat electroclash that has never quite left the end of the 20th century behind, Janine Rostron is an honest original. Read more

Forget the Multikulti credo preached by well-groomed cosmopolitan minds. From Russki disco to Senegalese dancehall to Prolet-paradise, we explored some of Berlin’s most monochromatic nightlife subcultures. Read more

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Interview: Sue Webster. Turning the Seventh Corner features influential artists Tim Noble and Sue Webster and inaugerates the former Haunch of Venison head honchos' new gallery: Blain|Southern. Read more

Art & Exhibitions

Another über-cool, über-ethical product to Berlin-ify your fancy, alt-bau bathroom with, even if the packaging doesn't quite fit the idea. Read more

Interviews & Portraits

The driving force behind electronic pioneers Meat Beat Manifesto, sound sculptor and audio-visual synthesist Jack Dangers has been redefining musical boundaries for 25 years. MBM performs on April 10 at Volksbühne. Read more

Concerts & Parties

MoMA comes to Berlin, presenting over 300 works on paper in pencil, watercolor, charcoal, acrylic, body fluids, soot, oil paint, plant extracts, ink and spray paint. Read more

Art & Exhibitions

Interview: photographer Just Loomis. Twenty years of work by the ex-Helmut Newton protégé, including a photo tour-diary of perennial MTV flashback a-ha, is coming to Gallery Hiltawsky on April 9. Read more

Art & Exhibitions

Interview: actress Margarita Broich. The photographic work of Broich is the focus of When the Curtain Falls, opening March 18. Broich’s photographs capture actors in the moments just after performing. Read more

Art & Exhibitions

When it comes to the art world women seem to deploy more influence than power, as taste-shapers at home and key players on the international field. Part of our BERLIN'S TOP CHICKS package from THE BERLINER FRAU issue. Read more

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From Europe's largest shopping arcade to Nazi meeting rooms, Kunsthaus Tacheles has a very colourful history. Read more

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