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Tehran Art exhibit in Berlin cancelled

After much anticipation and confusion, the Tehran Art exhibition planned as collaboration between Berlin’s Portrait Gallery (Berliner Gemäldegalerie) ...

Best Places to Celebrate New Year’s Eve in Berlin 2016

Ever thought you would spend New Year’s Eve in Berlin? Check out the city’s most popular spots to celebrate New Year's Eve (or Silvester, as it’s call...

Survey says: Berlin one of the best places to be LGBT and single

Berlin has been named one of the best cities to LGBT and single. According to a survey by GayCities, more than tens of thousands of voters throug...

Learning from the neighbors: Berlin to legalize cannabis coffee shops?

Germany’s capital city may soon follow in the footsteps of its neighbor to the west. While the legalization of “cannabis coffee shops” in the Netherla...
Attentäter Berlin Flüchtling Pakistan

Berlin Police: “We have the wrong man”

The Pakistani man arrested as the suspect behind the brutal truck attack at the Berlin Christmas market may not have actually been the driver behind t...

A new Silicon Valley? Google to open a “campus” in Kreuzberg

More good news for Berlin’s startup scene: Google is opening a “campus” to support entrepreneurs in Autumn 2017. Aptly named “Google Campus” the compa...

Berlin through the eyes of cinematographer Alex Soloviev

Have you ever seen a work of art and was just awestruck? That was our first impression of the short videos created by Russian-born cinematographer Al...

A short history of the Spreewald Pickle

Who doesn’t love a good pickle? These crunchy, crisp sides are popular throughout the world – alongside a juicy burger in the US, as a regular salad ...

Tehran art exhibition in Berlin halted indefinitely

Museums curators and soon-to-be visitors have been patiently awaiting the arrival of a collection from Tehran’s Museum of Contemporary Art that was du...
Investor Volker Tabaczek bleibt weitere Zahlungen für das Seebrücken-Projekt schuldig

Volker Tabaczek: After the broken pier, now diamonds?

In the town of Kühlungsborn on Germany’s Baltic coast, the supposedly rich “uncle” Volker Tabaczek (56), from Steinhagen Neast near Stralsund, had pro...

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