Concerts, clubs, exhibitions, festivals and sports: Berlin is full of special events. Considering the many cultural aspects we try to share the unique things that happen here on a daily basis and give recommendations on where to go next.
To celebrate their newly launched City Edition bottles, #Heineken have brought the Cities of the World campaign to life. In a first post, we have already introduced the Open Your City app and gave you some advice on how to go hard in Berlin-Wedding, one of our favorite Kiezes to discover. But the campaign entails more
I am not a big fan of art weeks and fairs. In general, I have little love for art. Not because I don’t appreciate the aesthetic, but because everything surrounding it is market and distraction. Sometimes it’s very hard to find the art between all of the booze-hunting VIPs. When it comes to the exhibitions my friends from
Remember the incredibly well done AXE Peace campaign we already reported about a while ago? The time has come to round up its achievements, which are abundant. With the Motto “Make Love, Not War”, which was prominently painted at the notorious street art corner of Falckensteinstraße, the campaign was also physically brought to life in Berlin.
Have you ever been to a concert in a table dance club? There’s a first time for everything, I guess. In a spectacular “This is so Berlin” manner, Converse have outdone themselves on grandeur. Schönebergs local exquisite playhouse “Golden Dolls” got ready for Berlins best dressed fashion and music kids. Impatiently, all were waiting for the million dollar
Next weekend (11. 09. — 14. 09. 2014) our beloved underdog districts Wedding and Moabit will transform into the cultural center of Berlin. At more than 300 different locations, visitors will be able to see and hear readings, performances, movies, exhibitions, concerts and happenings. Lofts, galleries and ateliers will open their doors to show off
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CONVERSE have just made the Internet a little more … berlinteresting (aaaahaaaaaaahaha). As part of the #SNEAKERSWOULD campaign (WHAT WOULD SNEAKERS DO?), you can now download a Chrome/Firefox Browser-Extension called “The Ticket”. THE TICKET browser-extension will block all the annoying banner-ads on the WWW and substitute it with information about the next
Urgh, Berlin Festival. It’s one of those events where all people go “uhhhhhhhhhhh yeah, I’ve got like, super-free tickets, so I’m going for a minute or two even though it’s like, super-shitty”. Ahahahaha. I love that. Then again, that’s what people in Berlin usually say about any big name party, so I tried to detach myself from the prejudice and enjoy my
The origins of Atonal go way back. It were the early 80ies when the infamous Kreuzberger SO36 hosted the festival with bands like Einstürzende Neubauten. One of the initiators was the later Tresor-Founder Dimitri Hegemann. So its no coincidence that the new Atonal takes place in the same building that is home to Tresor: The Heizkraftwerk Mitte. There could
English version below In unserem letzten Beitrag haben wir einige Ideen zu den besten Fluchtorten des Sommers gegeben. Für die Romantiker gibt’s noch einen besonderen Tipp: Verona. Hier haben sich Romeo und Julia vor langer Zeit die ewige Liebe geschworen, und die Stadt im Nordosten von Italien bietet einiges, um dieser wunderschönen Liebesgeschichte gerecht zu
Since the common Berliner loves to excessively party outside of Berlin, festival season is more than just a vague promise of great music and sunshine: it’s a commitment to the lifestyle. There are big festivals, such as the MELT! only an hour away, there are small festivals, such as the Möhre which we’ve told you about, and
While the success of the 100% Tempelhofer Feld initiative has left a warm glow in people’s hearts, the future development of the city remains a concern for many. A couple of weeks ago I attended a rally whose motto “Berlin bleibt unsere Stadt” (‘Berlin remains our city’) collected a broad coalition of people and groups concerned with future developments
Ah, thank the Almighty we’ve had enough practice for years and years of standing of queues. We’ve passed the Berghain test a couple of times, which makes us pro’s in the art of jumping the line with 20 people without anybody ever noticing (let me tell you, it’s a LOT harder to jump the line anywhere else
The thing with analog photography is that the full rolls sometimes live and die in my backpack without ever being noticed. That’s why it can take a little longer than usual for me to develop them and finally realize “oh, so THAT’s what I forgot writing about”. So my coverage of the Kreuzberg CSD might be a little late, but it’s