Wiesenburg: Asylverein für Obdachlose

08.09.2014 · One comment

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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Blub! Abandoned Swimming Pool in Neukölln

14.08.2014 · 5 comments

After my four month trip to South­east Asia a couple of years ago, I swore to myself that I would never see another water­fall in my life again. Usu­ally, the hik­ing tours there all take you up a hill or a moun­tain, and once you have dragged your sweat­ing ass to the top, a water­fall awaits your view. It’s all nice and
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UdK Rundgang 2014

18.07.2014 · One comment

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
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1st of May 2014

05.05.2014 · No comments

May­day may­hem: every year, the first of May is the ded­ic­ated kick-off of the legendary Ber­lin sum­mer sea­son. And what a kick-off it was: per­son­ally, I spent most of my time in a deli­ri­ous state at the annual Luzia rave. But, lucky for me (and my party­ing), Mar­tin roamed the streets and took plenty of beau­ti­ful pic­tures in
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The legendary Halloween Alleycat

01.11.2013 · One comment

Although the city was full of Hal­loween partys last night, this one is surely a spe­ci­al­ity: the 21st Hal­loween Alleycat stays on top of the list of awe­some events! The par­ti­cipants were not only dressed to impress, but also ready to run the race. More than 100 riders sped through the cold night on their bikes

We Are Neukölln

15.04.2013 · 4 comments

Gentri­fic­a­tion is like cli­mate change. Its so obvi­ous that every­body talks about it all the time but noth­ing hap­pens. That leads to people get­ting annoyed by the topic, so they even­tu­ally start to ignore it. Gentri­fic­a­tion is in the media, in polit­ics, in rap-songs and on house-walls but most of the time the debates exclude
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FindingBerlin Foreigners — Ben

06.03.2013 · 2 comments

This week is all in the motto of the ITB, the inter­na­tional travel trade show of Ber­lin. Ben, who helped me out with a study for uni­ver­sity, has been much into the sub­ject of trav­el­ling him­self. He cre­ated the Big Blog Map that dis­plays blogs from all over the world. He’s been liv­ing in Ber­lin quite
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FindingBerlin Foreigners — Linda

10.10.2012 · One comment

Linda is a thirty year old dan­ish lady who moved to Ber­lin in May 2012. At the moment she works as a cus­tomer agent at Zalando but being inter­ested in install­a­tion and new media art, as well as hav­ing a mas­ter degree in nor­dic stud­ies and media art from the uni­ver­sity of Copen­ha­gen. She hopes to find a job
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FindingBerlin Foreigners — Chris

21.09.2012 · No comments

My name is Chris, I'm 28 and originate from New York City, but moved to Berlin in September 2011. Most of my energy goes into becoming a proper disco producer and learning how to make better curry dishes.
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FindingBerlin Foreigners — Rie Yamada

06.09.2012 · One comment

Rie Yamada also known by her friends as Inddy, is a 27 years old Japan­ese pho­to­grapher. She left her homet­own Nagoya in Japan, to settle in Ber­lin in Octo­ber 2011. Why Ber­lin? In 2008 I made a trip to Europe and vis­ited above oth­ers Paris, Ber­lin, Lon­don and Bar­celona. Those cit­ies were won­der­ful but it’s with the Ger­man cap­ital that
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Hansaviertel: the residents

10.08.2012 · 2 comments

Yesterday, we wanted to give an insight into Hansaviertel's history and architecture. Today, we aim to portray one of the neighbourhood's residents who, from the very first day, lives in a single-family house designed by Arne Jacobsen. We visited and listened to her story.
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FindingBerlin Foreigners — Johanna

06.08.2012 · 2 comments

Johanna is a young artist and tex­tile designer from Straß­bourg / France. She arrived in Ber­lin with the night­train from Zürich /Switzerland in May 2011. “It was fuck­ing cold on that first morn­ing in the city” she says. You could have moved any­where in the world. Why Berlin? I vis­ited Ber­lin a couple of times in my hol­i­days and I always