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Dimitri Hegemann, techno and the clubbing scene in Berlin

We dare say that Berlin and techno were made for each other. The many abandoned buildings left to rot after the fall of the Berlin Wall served as the perfect “raw material” for unique club venues where techno was the music to dance to. That’s why we were thrilled when our partner Telekom Electronic Beats invited us to collaborate, giving you

Biking and walking routes: explore the beauty of Dahlem

Dahlem has always been one of Berlin’s most exclusive districts. Berliners like to say that Dahlem’s population doubles during the day thanks to the flow of students to the main campus of the Frei Universität, the Free University of Berlin. A house in Dahlem Located in the somehow underrated southwestern section of Berlin, this former

Mit Vergnügen Podcast Fest

Wir lieben Podcasts! Egal, ob als Inspiration, Wissenserweiterung, zum Einschlafen oder einfach als Unterhaltung beim Putzen, Joggen oder Einkaufen. Höchste Zeit also, dass wir dem Medium ein eigenes Fest widmen! Am 1. September startet das erste große Mit Vergnügen Podcast Fest. Mit dabei sind die fantastischen Podcaster von Gästeliste

Explore Berlin in a Box

There’s a new pop-up art show in Berlin! The interactive exhibition Berlin in a Box features some of the German capital’s best-known landmarks, spread all over the city, and viewed from a very singular perspective. At the concept-mall Bikini Berlin, the exhibition focuses on photos and sound recordings by the great photographer Fabian

Queeerdos III

QUEEERDOS III – Divination ☲☲ spoken word*live music with a twist 🜊 The time has come to announce our third post full moon adventure and challenge three of Berlin’s most queer queers to embrace the power of spoken word to radiate everlasting glamor in the safe space brought into being by Dan, Catalin and Michał. MIKEY. One word

The Brutalist architecture in Berlin

After World War II, which laid waste to major areas of Germany – especially in its capital Berlin – architecture found fertile ground for the implementation of new concepts and techniques, and the use of new materials in attempts to predict the future. Architects, especially in the former West Germany, debated whether they should rebuild the
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