Merry Christmas to all of our readers! Most of us will be gone for a short while, but stay updated – I’m sure those who’re staying will keep you covered with news and pictures. In the meantime, here’s a simple collection of Black and White Berlin photos without any context whatsoever. Oh and: if you’re
Berlin can be a big load of distractions. Even if you’re just trying to have fun, there’s always something else that wants to catch your attention. A phone call, an Instagram picture, a new love interest, my favorite band is playing live, that exhibition I can’t miss, a spontaneous rave in an overfrozen U-Bahn station.
There is not much to say about the current weather situation. It is both fantastic (wonderful white snow landscapes and comfortable cozy get-togethers indoors are the perfect pre-Christmas warm up) and terrible (it’s cold as a mother out there, traffic is stuck all the time and if you haven’t yet landed butt first on ice
Win 2×2 guestlist spots for this awesome aftershow party by our friends from Muschi Kreuzberg! Like this post on Facebook & leave a comment under the post with a valid email adress so we can notify you! (press text) Der KPTN ist einer der heißesten Hunde, die wir kennen. Er zwingt uns, Dinge zu tun,
press info VERNISSAGE // 14 December 2012 // 19:00 EXHIBITION // 15 – 21 December 2012 // 12:00 – 18:00 ♦ ABOUT THE SHOW ♦ Jose Romussi is not only his gracious ballerinas – and he wants to make that clear in his new exhibition at Artconnect Berlin. Here you will find a big variety
There is no Christmas without an evergreen fir tree. The tradition of putting a Christmas tree in your home dates back many moons and I won’t bore you now with historic details (except for pointing out this exhibition at the “Museum of European Cultures“, which showcases Christmas pyramids, the Christmas decoration found in German homes
It has been one year since we decided to do our own thing in Berlin’s nightlife. We had great partys with beautiful people, lots of confetti and amazing music played by awesome djs. So now its ABOUT TIME to celebrate our anniversary with you. THANK YOU FOR DANCING! Without you this wouldn’t have been possible.
From Munich to Berlin – that sounds like a big challenge for Club Autonomica, who’re bringing their partying concept from the south to the north. It’s deep house, techhouse and everything electronic all over Prince Charles for the night. If you’re up for it, like this post on Facebook & leave a comment with a
My Lightroom library just told me that I have more than 30.000 pictures on my drive. I collect them since I started taking digital pictures back in 2002. Before a couple of months it was the first time I actually printed out 500 of them and had the chance to finally look at them outside
Win 1×2 guestlist spots by liking this article & leaving a comment with a valid email adress. We will notify the winners by Saturday. THE OFFICIAL CRYSTAL CASTLES AFTERSHOW PARTY! CRYSTAL CASTLES – DJ SET! DADA DISCO (CRYSTALMAFIA) VAMPARELA (LOCAL SUICIDE) BRAX MOODY (LOCAL SUICIDE) YELLOW DIMENSION (YOUR MOM) INFO: http://www.facebook.com/ccrystalccastles
If you love to ride bike you should definitely know Fahrtwind Berlin. They are an open group of riders and organize great events in and around Berlin. Also have a look on there Facebook Page to get the latest news, fun facts and other stuff all around the bicycle biz. Back in the summer we
I always perceived the stretch of land between Ostbahnhof and Warschauer Straße always as a no-man's-land. The part that is located south of the S-Bahn tracks – mostly because the East Side Gallery is more a tourist spot than a place of daily life – is as alien to me as as the northern part, that is dominated by warehouses, hardware and central markets. If it wasn't for Berghain I might have never noticed the strange isolation of this small inner-city island that was built at the historical site of the former Wriezener Bahnhof and its tracks. Always wondering what might be stored in there, it takes a couple of minutes to pass these depots of innumerable miles of shelving. I still remember this late summer weekend in 2010 quite well, when we left the club at dawn, climbed up to the roof of one of the warehouses and sat there to enjoy the first warm shafts of sunlight. We stayed for quite some time and were not bothered by anyone, let alone the owners or the police, simply because there wasn't a soul in sight.
The New York Times have recently published an article about Berlin describing the experiences of a temporary expat in the city. As always, whenever Berlin gains international attention, Berliners feel somewhat flattered. It’s nice that New Yorkers might think our city is interesting enough to publish words on it. But the article in question does not