Berlin

Soulmates Berlin: Crisis Management after Berghain

Tina Steckling, founder of Soulmates Berlin, offers spontaneous and fully qualified crisis management and psychological support in Neukölln without the bureaucracy. I talked to her to find out more about Berlins collective issues and about mental healthcare in general.
21 Oct ’16 by Sara Community, Other

Christmas in Berlin

Matze tells us what Berlin around Christmas is like.
27 Dec ’14 by Matthias Street Life

People of Flowmarkt Nowkoelln

We had our own photo-booth at the Flowmarkt Nowkölln to take portraits of the visitors in our neighborhood!
31 Jul ’13 by Matthias Street Life

Nikolaiviertel By Night

Nikolaiviertel is the fully restored medieval center of Berlin. Matze takes a stroll by night.
26 Feb ’13 by Matthias Architecture, Places

A Night Ride by Fahrtwind Berlin

Berlin has a very active biking community. Often, the bike rides take place at night. It's loads of fun - Stefan shows us what it looks like.
5 Dec ’12 by Stefan Community, Events

A night stroll at Wriezener Bahnhof

Matthias shares his impressions of the Wriezener Bahnhof - you know, that's the old station where Berghain is located today.

“In Berlin, You Never Have To Stop”

Thoughts on an New York Times article about living as an expat in Berlin.
26 Nov ’12 by Sara Community, Other

Dong Xuan Center

Dong Xuan Center - aka Don Juan - is a treasure chest of Vietnamese culture and exoticness in Berlin. This is our favorite mall for interesting gift ideas, too.
15 Nov ’12 by Matthias Community, Food, Places

Charité Campus Mitte

There is a spot amidst the city's heart that measures 180.000 m2, has its own street map, its own transportation system and, as some say, its own governmental structures with councils, committees authorities. Within a stone's throw of Hauptbahnhof, Friedrichstraße and the government district lies Campus Mitte of Berlin's university hospital Charité. Forming a little universe, the somewhat isolated Charité has its own history and its own stories to tell. Since the faculty is my alma mater, I roamed the historical campus to see what I may find.
1 Aug ’12 by Matthias Places

Berlin’s brutalist architecture

Brutalist Architecture: ugly and fascinating at the same time. Let Matthias take you on a tour around Berlin.
3 Jul ’12 by Matthias Architecture

Berlin’s abandoned train stations

There are some S-Bahn stations that haven't seen a train for more than thirty years now. Ghost stations. Some of them still exist and are easy to spot, others are decayed to such an extent that one hardly recognizes the platform. All of them tell stories from prosperous times long ago.
31 May ’12 by Matthias Places

Meine Güte

Today I found this little conversation in Friedelstr. Berlin how we love it!
13 Feb ’12 by Marcus #berlinkisses

Reflections

On my lunch break I discovered this sun reflection in the backyard of our office in Neukölln. Somehow it looked like arabic signs to me and I had to think about the transformation of this former muslim dominated neighborhood.
2 Feb ’12 by Marcus Street Life

Fickt Eusch Allee

Rough Berlin Street Communication: Fickt Eusch Allee.
15 Dec ’11 by Marcus #berlinkisses