“In Berlin, You Never Have To Stop”

26.11.2012 · 8 comments

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

Music Still Goes Video

26.11.2012 · No comments

(press text) The loss of MTV and its format­ted struc­tures as a cent­ral dis­play was maybe after all bless­ing for the music video. It is as vivid as ever and shows great flex­ib­il­ity in devel­op­ing new forms and exper­i­ment­ing with new aes­thet­ics and top­ics. The present­a­tion will explore some of these devel­op­ments – and, of course, many video

Movember: Live Tattooing at Belushis

23.11.2012 · No comments

(press text) Can’t grow a Mous­tache? Tat­too one to your fin­ger! Tatt Mas­ter Sean Elle­man hail­ing from Mel­bourne Aus­tralia has been tat­too­ing around Ger­many for the past couple of years and for the first time will be craft­ing tailor made mous­taches with ink. A Mo Bro from way back, Sean will be set­ting up shop on stage

WEBOOGIE: Swangers Paradise at CHESTERS INN

23.11.2012 · No comments

After last months crazy party with Lit­auen prodigys Vaiper and Fin­galick, WeBoo­gie returns to Chesters Inn (former loc­a­tion of the sexy KitKat Club). We were so stunned by sounds and visu­als of the last party that we just can’t miss out on the boo­gie tomor­row: more hip hop, jacked beats, bassed rap and vroom vroom

Viktoriapark at the Kreuzberg

22.11.2012 · 3 comments

I think Marcus still hasn't been to the Kreuzberg. Not the district, but the actual hill. He's been living in Berlin for a hundred and two years and we once promised to take him there. Judging by Stefans pictures, it seems like the weather conditions are perfect for a serene view from above. The park is a 12,8 hectar area on the Kreuzberg. The Kreuzberg - translation "cross mountain" - is the highest natural peak of Berlins city center. Yes, the highest. Which means Berlin is as flat as an iron board. The Kreuzberg - the actual Kreuzberg hill - is the pimple in Berlins face. But it's a really nice pimple. The green park and slopes which you can picknick on are very inviting to spend a whole afternoon on top of the city.

Journelles Launchparty at Picknick — win 2×2 guestlist spots

21.11.2012 · 54 comments

Ber­lin is a small — wait, it’s a TINY world. So when good friends throw a party we’re there to bash with them! The JOURNELLES chef Jessie (of LesMads​.de fame) is one of the coolest people in town and we’re happy to cel­eb­rate the launch of her new online fash­ionzine. She’s host­ing a big and bad party at notori­ous Mitte club
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21.11.2012 · No comments

August 12th, 2012 was a good day. Filled with great music, amaz­ing artists, lovely people and sun­shine at Yaam. Through My Speak­ers and Pon De Pigeon will con­tinue provid­ing you with dance music selec­ted by our friends from Lon­don, Ams­ter­dam and Ber­lin cel­eb­rat­ing vari­ous music genres like Soul, Funk, Hiphop, Reg­gae, Dance­hall, Grime, UKG, House, Foot­work

Potsdamer Platz

21.11.2012 · 6 comments

I’ll be hon­est: there is lit­er­ally noth­ing attract­ive about Pots­damer Platz and I’ll rarely ever pass by. It’s bor­ing and dis­con­cert­ing, pretty much the typ­ical go-to tour­ist hot spot with a mix of fancy res­taur­ants and posh office build­ings. You can expect some stuff to see, but a col­or­less lack of human inter­ac­tion. The only time you’ll

Finding Grunewald by Jan Herdlicka

20.11.2012 · 8 comments

(Jan Herd­licka is a con­stant con­trib­utor to our site. We love his ana­log black and white approach and embrace this quiet but power­ful series he took in the Grune­wald. Read his thoughts about it and like his page!) Although the pho­to­graphs were taken in imme­di­ate near­ness to big cit­ies, they seem­ingly show impalp­able places. The eye seeks


19.11.2012 · No comments

We are super proud to present some of our pic­tures from our trip to Stock­holm in a fresh pic­ture book! Many other pop­u­lar Berlin-based blogs have con­trib­uted to the work with their impres­sions from the Swedish cap­ital and Göte­borg. The release of the book will be cel­eb­rated with a per­fectly cozy Sunday after­noon at Fluxbau. Register your­self

Artconnect Berlin Networking Brunch #12 // FRONT ROW SOCIETY and iheartBerlin

19.11.2012 · No comments

(PRESS RELEASE) ARTCONNECT BERLIN is present­ing FRONT ROW SOCIETY (Fash­ion start-up) & IHEARTBERLIN (C ity Guide + “Night­life bible”) For this net­work­ing brunch we would like to invite all the fash­ionis­tas and Ber­lin fash­ion enthu­si­asts to our headquar­ters. In regards to fash­ion, Florian from Front Row Soci­ety knows what he is talk­ing about. At Front Row
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Karl Marx Straße: Neon Light by Night

19.11.2012 · 2 comments

Neon lights shine brine by night. Where Karl Marx Straße lacks in charm and aes­thet­ics by day­light, this street knows how to be flashy as soon as the sun goes down and the neon shop– and head­lights go on. The patch between Rathaus Neuk­ölln and Karl-Marx-Str. U-Bahn sta­tion seems espe­cially mag­netic to pecu­liar situ­ations. The shops,