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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

Finding Basel

15.09.2010 · 5 comments

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

Finding London Pt. 2 — notting hill carnival

10.09.2010 · 3 comments

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–

Hit & Run Kino

07.09.2010 · 5 comments

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

Finding London Pt.1

03.09.2010 · 8 comments

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.