Heather Moore

The real dog days might be over, but here's hoping for an Indian summer - these six homegrown Berlin beverages are brimming with enough taste and indie spirit to see you well into autumn. Read more

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OUT NOW! THE EAST successfully blurs the good/bad guy line in a film about eco-terrorists unknowingly converting a spy. Read more


Burpees? Wall balls? WOD? With secret lingo, self-flagellating workouts and a die-hard customer base, CrossFit is damn near a religion. But if that's what it takes to get you in shape, CrossFit Werk has a cell here in Berlin. Read more

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The K.W.'s Living Archive exhibition displays the Kino Arsenal's jaw-dropping collection of films in multifaceted ways in conjunction with the film institution's 50th anniversery. Come and see the old made new from Thu, Jun 6. Read more


Pankow is housing a hidden gem you may never have meandered past. Wo der Bär den Honig holt is a veg-friendly haven of comfort food, full of chewy, buttery, goat cheesy homemade goodness with daily soups, creative sandwiches, and yummy pastries. Read more

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Who needs Cannes? Queer film festival Xposed returns for an eighth edition, and this time the spotlight is on Austria. An array of shorts and features start at Mindpirates on May 30, continuing at Moviemento and Südblock for a three-day spree. Read more


INTERVIEW: Elliot Grove is the creator of London's Raindance Film Festival, arriving in Berlin on Friday, May 10, with a crash course in indie filming and some boozing and schmoozing. Read more


Berlin might be the IT start-up capital of the world right now, but half a century ago, the original nerds hung out in Silicon Valley. HKW's newest exhibition, The Whole Earth, opening Apr 26, traces tech history from California to Berlin. Read more

Art & Exhibitions

From May 2 through May 23 Berlin Film Society presents a documentary series at Urban Spree. Starting on May 2 is David Chou’s Golden Slumbers, an exploration of Cambodia’s cinematic glory days. Read more


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