I went to NYC for a couple of days to visit a friend. I was too lazy to form a coherent text or give any recommendations other than "eat pizza and fish tacos"; I didn't do much, either. So here are my confused ramblings.
Even months after our first blog post on how to help refugees, the situation in Berlin is still a catastrophe. With freezing temperatures approaching, we decided to update our list on how to help refugees.
The old Fleischfabrik in Lichtenberg, as we figured out later, is decaying slowly. Many street artists have perpetuated the places with their names and artworks, and a Sunday afternoon stroll yielded pictures and thoughts on the matter.
Fresh Parsnip is a so called "Eierlegende Wollmilchsau": it's a healthy, vegan and gluten-free delivery service that sources its produce right from a next door farming project. We tested the cooking alternative. Edit 2016: Fresh Parsnip have somewhat changed their programs and offers, so check out their website for up-to-date news.
Schöneberg is a blank spot on the map for me, so Fousieh took me out on an autumn walk through one of her favorite districts of Berlin. The weather was grumpy and the mood was eerie, just like Schöneberg kinda is.
The Vacancy was an exhibition that ran til October 2015 as part of a joint venture between ZeitMagazin and Galerie Crone. It was displayed in an old, rundown hotel before constructions work continued in the building.
Kudamm, Savignyplatz, Schloss Charlottenburg, and more: what's there to do in Charlottenburg? How to spend 24 hours (if you had to)? What's different from other places in Berlin? Here's our photo story from our vacation to Charlottenburg.