All posts by Sara

Sara is a 26 year old Cultural Science Studies student and founder of FindingBerlin.com. What once started off as a one-girl project soon became a multi-layered magazine dedicated to one of the coolest cities on the planets. Sara has a background in Online Marketing, has been blogging for a gazillion years for different magazines and projects and will soon run for president.

The artistic reflection on our contemporary surveillance society

The exhibition Watched! Surveillance Art & Photography examines the complexities of modern surveillance with a focus on photography and visual media.
26 Mar ’17 by Sara Other

Neuköllns former brewery is now the KINDL Center for Contemporary Art

The former KINDL brewery in Neukölln was transformed into a new center of contemporary art. Why they didn't make it into a straight-up hardcore Techno club, I'll never know.
7 Mar ’17 by Sara Architecture, Places

Bündnis gegen Rechts: Anti-fascist protest against right-wing demonstration in Mitte

Around 1600 people met on Saturday, 4th March 2017, for a counter-demonstration against a right-wing protest that marched through Berlin Mitte.
6 Mar ’17 by Sara Community, Events

Austrian fine dining at the unpretentious Horváth restaurant

Attracted by the non-alcoholic drink pairing, I stopped by at Kreuzbergs 2-Michelin-star restaurant Horváth. Read the full review of the 7 course menu.
8 Feb ’17 by Sara Food

Take a break & scroll through a collection of soothing Fernsehturm pictures

Marcus and I have collected our favorite Fernsehturm pictures of the past years, and why? BECAUSE TAKING PICTURES OF THE FERNSEHTURM NEVER GETS OLD!
1 Feb ’17 by Sara Architecture

Interview: What does graffiti & street artist Sozi36 want from Kreuzberg?

Sozi36 likes to decorate mattresses and rubbish on the streets of Kreuzberg with his political messages and provocative jokes. I asked him why and how and he responded with very elaborate answers.

Knödelwirtschaft in Neukölln will make you feel sexual about Alpine food

I love Knödel, you love Knödel, Neukölln loves Knödel: At Knödelwirtschaft, you will feel things about Knödel that you've never felt before.
13 Jan ’17 by Sara Food, Places

It’s snowing in Berlin, so Neukölln is full of dick drawings

If you're ready to take a long walk through the snow on a Sunday afternoon, then welcome to the club of Old German People Who Like To Eat Dinner at 6PM. In Neukölln, this adventure will be spiced up with many, many dick drawings.
9 Jan ’17 by Sara Street Life

Who’s got the best delivery food in Berlin?

Need to order in, but don't know what's the best delivery food in Berlin? Look no further: I have an absolutely and totally subjective list of restaurants and services right here for you!
5 Jan ’17 by Sara Food

Feeling safe in Berlin: KREUZBERG IS MY CASTLE!

After the terrorist attack and the release of vicious crimes in the U-Bahn caught on video, people are talking (again) about the safety of Germany and Berlin in particular. Do we need more local video surveillance? More policing? Politics seem to agree. And I only have some loose thoughts about it.
4 Jan ’17 by Sara Other, Street Life

Traveling through time, space and cultures at the Jewish Museum Berlin

As everyone already knows: I am not a big fan of museums. I like to immerse myself in history, but not necessarily by seeing old items in glass vitrines. That being said, the Jewish Museum is much more than just a display of historical artifacts: it's a highly sensual experience of history in context of art.
27 Dec ’16 by Sara Architecture, Places

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Ever wanted to know what Berlin was talking about, what new stuff is going on, which events to attend and most importantly, what *I* think about stuff? Look no further, sign up for the FINDINGBERLIN newsletter!
15 Dec ’16 by Sara Other

The wondrous and weird tale of the Stromkastenmann on Kantstraße

The story of the Stromkastenmann, a mysterious guy in a track suit who loves to decorate the junction box on Kantstraße. We watched his work and we're impressed.
14 Dec ’16 by Sara Community, Street Life

CODA is the first dessert bar in Berlin, and it’s really good

CODA by pastry chef René Frank and Oliver Bischoff is the newest addition to Neukölln's growing culinary scene. This bar is wholly dedicated to fantastic experimental desserts and great drinks.
12 Dec ’16 by Sara Food