MOST WANTED: MUSIC: the cutting-edge music conference

MOST WANTED: MUSIC: the cutting-edge music conference MOST WANTED: MUSIC has become the most important music business event in Berlin and the second largest conference for music and creative industry professionals in Germany. Run by the Berlin Music Commission, the music industry network of Berlin and launched in 2014, this year’s event will

Best places to view the fall foliage in Berlin 2019

The climate in Berlin holds pleasures for all seasons. In the winter, the barren trees reveal the beautiful façades hidden during the verdant months. Then comes spring and, with it, the colors, the blossoms and the longer days, which grow shorter in the summer, when people can cool off in one of the many lakes in and around the city. Krumme Lanke

What to do in Berlin this Fall 2019

The transition from the shining summer Sun to the grey skies of winter marks the end of the outdoor fun. But not in Berlin! Even though the temperature cools down quite a bit and the days get shorter, in autumn, the warm colors of the changing season invite everybody to go outside and enjoy the melancholic yet beautiful atmosphere. Do not go on

Berlin Art Week 2019 Highlights

Berlin is about to become an art-lover’s paradise! It’s time for Berlin Art Week again. Until Sunday,  September 15th, institutions, galleries, artists, collectors and other project spaces collaborate to create one of the most exciting art events of the year. There is just so much going on that you need a Doppelgänger to attend all the

Emi Wynehouse: pop-up cocktail bar in Mitte

Over the past years, the Sharlie Cheen bar has become an institution at Rosenthaler Platz, renowned for its delicious cocktails served in an atmospheric setting. Now the creative team behind the bar expands its creations to Torstrasse, with its pop-up bar Emi Wynehouse. Photo: Max Tschöpe Since the first of August, you have the opportunity to

Best carrot cake in Berlin – 2019

Carrot cake has become a dessert staple in nine out of ten cafés in Berlin. And this is not at all a complaint: we absolutely love carrot cake! The carrots mixed into the spiced, nutty batter, topped with white cream cheese frosting make it an all time favorite. Though it’s not a German creation (it’s said to have originated in England during
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