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In the German papers this week: Berlin among most surveilled cities, trash-collecting tours, Ora 35 closes, opening hours for Görli, new Panda Kinder and more... Read more

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INTERVIEW! This Saturday, August 17, EXBlicks teams up with Asia Film Berlin to present three shorts from filmmaker Cha Ji Ryang at 8:00pm at Lichtblick Kino. Read more

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In the German papers this week: Berlin cops and gender diversity, the Greens propose Touri-tickets, a bike path goes down the drain and Neukölln fights its dirty problem... Read more

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The Pierre Boulez Saal concert hall bridges the summer break with a surprisingly silent visual experience: installation "The Gold Projections". Read more

Art & Exhibitions

In the German papers this week: Rainstorms disrupt traffic, BER faces security test, shoppers move downtown, the city counts its homeless and more... Read more

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For those street-savvy perusers looking for a good find – in June another flea market hit Neukölln! Unlike its overcrowded competitors, NK Flohmarkt at Kranoldplatz gives you enough room to browse at leisure every other Sunday this summer. Read more

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In the German papers this week: Building around Tempelhof, Berlin tries to curb diesel, party tourists live up to the term and more... Read more

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From staws to diapers, and toothbrush to sex toys - we've got you covered, all eco-friendly and plastic-free. Read more

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In the German papers this week: The police look into rightwing activity, solidarity income goes into effect, the Späti wars continue and more... Read more

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In the German papers this week: Cleaner tap water, e-scooter madness, a post-communist makeover, Berlin support for Sea Watch captain Carola Rackete and more... Read more

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In the German papers this week: Heatwaves and forest fires, scooter drivers – naked and clothed, drug testing your pills in the clubs and more... Read more

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In the German papers this week: Berlin will burn, rents will freeze, the city – particularly Köpenick – gets taken over by musicians and more... Read more

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INTERVIEW! Facial recognition expert Os Keyes on how it's the power structures behind AI, not artificial intelligence itself, that could cause some serious issues if it goes unchecked. Hear Keyes speak at Disruption Network Lab on Jun 15 at 18:30. Read more

What's On

In the German papers this week: Vexing and perplexing news stories from Berlin and beyond. THIS WEEK: All June's rain, a car-free summer on Friedrichstraße, the backlash to the proposed rent freeze and more... Read more

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