Mitte

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

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

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

Shop for your next adventure at the Gregory pop up store

The Gregory Pack pop up store, open from 1. December til 10. December 2016,  is a carefully curated shop for everything the adventurer's heart desires. Read on to find out how you can win one of the super cool and extremely durable Gregory Packs!
6 Dec ’16 by Sara Events

JOHN REED is the first gym that is also a music club

John Reed is the first fitness club with a live music booking. We took a first look through the gym at the opening in the Gesundbrunnen franchise.
16 Nov ’16 by Sara Other, Places

Cecconi’s: Classic Italian Cuisine in Mitte

Our take on the recent add-on to Mitte's most exclusive member club Soho House: open to the public, this Italian restaurant is not only gorgeous, but delivers great classic Italian soul-soothers like pizza, pasta and fresh seafood.
9 Nov ’16 by Sara Food

C-HR Festival: “The Future Of Meat Is Vegan”

From the 12th-23rd October 2016, CH-R Festival in Berlin-Mitte aims to unite art, fashion, design and economy to discuss the future of innovation and creativity.
14 Oct ’16 by Sara Events

BERLIN SOUP: Fund Your Neighborhood Project

€5 gets you soup, bread and a vote. The Berlin Soup aims to unite members of Berlins neighborhood in a safe environment, with the chance to win the kickstarting funds for their project ideas.
15 Sep ’16 by Sara Community, Events

Erika Mayr: Bees In The City

My friends Anna and Marcus have recently launched Viertel Vor, a blog about sustainability. Many of their articles are more than just critical views or green ideology. In fact, their most striking articles revolve about urban life. They generously let me excerpt and comment on their interview of urban beekeeper Erika Mayr.
2 Sep ’16 by Sara Community, Making Berlin

Naturkundemuseum Berlin: A Field Trip

I wanted to see the T-Rex on a Saturday afternoon, and, to quote GOB, "I made a big mistake". Except it was kinda cool and I was able to push over at least 3 annoying brats without being noticed.
25 Jan ’16 by Sara Places

Zenkichi Berlin: Japanese Fine Dining

The Japanese Brasserie Zenkichi, an import from New York and Tokio, has an 8-course tasting menu to die for, or, in my case, to stay alive for.
11 Dec ’15 by Sara Food

The Vacancy: A “Berlin Experience”?

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.
26 Oct ’15 by Sara Places

Festival of Lights 2015

So much money, so much light: Berlin was illuminated by spectacular light-shows, although most of them were so tacky it still hurts me one year later.
20 Oct ’15 by Sara Events

Berlin Against TTIP: 200.000 People Protest

A 200.000 people protest - is that art, a rave or typical Berlin? A big chunk of Germany united last Saturday to rally against the upcoming TTIP treaty. Marcus took pictures of the massive gathering.
12 Oct ’15 by Sara Events