Politics & Activism

In the German papers this week: BER airport... finally? GDR medals stolen in Stasi Museum raid, Germany's education ranking drops, pillar of human remains at the Reichstag, tonne of illegal sheesh seized, and more! 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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As Berlin kids are joining the global strikes for climate justice, what's the rest of Berlin doing to save the planet? From idealistic club owners to ingenious startups and sustainable architecture, read about the city's green pioneers. Out now! Read more

Rosa Lux reloaded! 100 years after Rosa Luxemburg's death, Exberliner rediscovers the vibrant woman and prophetic thinker behind the revolutionary Berlin icon, and what makes her inspiring for generations of women today. Out now! Read more

INTERVIEW! Online digital culture mag Berliner Gazette is tackling questions of AI at its annual conference, this year called "Ambient Revolts" (Nov 8-10 at ZK/U). We talked to editor-in-chief Magdalena Taube ahead of the conference. Read more

Interviews & Portraits

INTERVIEW! How can we save Berlin from greedy private investors and avoid speculation on the housing market? We spoke to the man behind Experimentdays (Nov 8-11) who's been observing the Berlin housing market as an urban activist for 20 years. Read more


In the German papers this week: Vexing and perplexing news stories from Berlin and beyond... Read more


In the German papers this week: Vexing and perplexing news stories from Berlin and beyond... Read more


In the German papers this week: Vexing and perplexing news stories from Berlin and beyond... Read more

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Gretchen Dutschke on the day they shot Rudi, the man behind the 1968 icon and how she thinks he is still being misportrayed. Read more



Identitarians storm the Gate, August 2016.

Robert Timm, a member of the Identitarian movement explains his own battle to preserve the identity of das Volk. Read more


INTERVIEW! It's all about what it means to be a citizen at Berliner Gazette's "Friendly Fire" conference (Nov 2-4 at ZK/U)! Don't miss author of "The Cosmopolites" Atossa Araxia Abrahamian on day two getting in on the citizenship conversation. Read more



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In light of gay marriage becoming officially legal from Sunday October 1 (yippee), Walter Crasshole asks what impact the legislation could have had on the gay vote. Read more


From the back rooms of cafés to old movie theatres and Neukölln WGs, the movement against America’s 45th president has tentacles everywhere. Cameron Cook spent a week immersed in the Berlin resistance. Read more

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While we were distracted by football in 2014, artists in Burkino Faso were starting a political revolution ... and it worked! This art is the focus of Sleepless Nights: Burkina Faso Between Culture And Revolution on Nov 15-19 at HAU. Read more

Theatre & Dance

Party for your right to vote, Americans! Join Exberliner, in cooperation with Realeyz and American Voices Abroad, for authentic US food and drinks, voter registration and "Rebirth of a Nation" at Lichtblick Kino on Monday, October 10. Read more


The Berlin-based volunteer organisation Ciocia Basia helps Polish women break their home country's restrictive abortion laws.This Monday is being deemed "Black Monday" in order to protest those laws – the Berlin protests happen at Warschauer Straße. Read more


The former administration compound (left) is the only legally habitable building in Wiesenburg. Photo by Jason Harrell

The crumbling, 110-year-old bohemian castle Wiesenburg sits in the heart of Wedding. What's endangering the former homeless shelter turned art complex? Read this excerpt from Exberliner's Wedding issue and see it for yourself this weekend... Read more


MyFest of May Day: Going to Kreuzberg this May 1? Put down that Sterni! John Riceburg bemoans the orgy of drinking and dancing Kotti’s once-riotous first of May has become. Read more


INTERVIEW. Disruption Network Lab presents its last conference of the year: "Stunts" on Dec 12, 16:30 at Kunstquartier Bethanien. Keynote speaker and Burning Man/SantaCon co-founder John Law knows a thing or two about punking the system. Read more

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