Berlin, throughout its vast loaded chapters of history, has always been a magnet for politically inclined people. But it’s not just the nerds who care the most here: with all of its charm and the dark side of the past, even our German Wasted Youth likes to get drawn into politics and discusses current events with
This is a guest post by Nico. If you feel like contributing to our Finding Berlin project, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Thank you Nico! During summertime you really need a good reason to leave berlin. The budget of the average berlin kid is small and the opportunities to spend it are countless. You don’t wanna end
the bass is pumping through the streets of notting hill. the air smells like jerk chicken and we try to catch each others hands so that we don’t lose our friends. it’s bank holiday in england and that means the caribbean population of london is celebrating the infamous notting hill carnival. millions of people come together–
The hunt for new and exciting places is a tedious, slow process that strongly depends on all kinds of factors. Once you’ve seen most parties and locations in Berlin you slowly grow tired of the usual evening plans. Movies, restaurants, clubs, been there done that, but what’s next? On a weekday with no remarkable free events and
on my trip to london two words haunted my mind. these words were more and most. i think i have to connect them to my childhood in a small german city with the strong feeling that i would miss something out there if I were to stay even just one more day. this propably has to do with the word most.