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Category Archives: Kreuzberg

Cuts In The Middle

Now that the Internets have survived this and Sir William Benjamin Bensussen aka The Gaslamp Killer has recovered just fine from his insane scooter accident – it’s been a year, and see above -, he’s going to go crazy (as usual) at Berlin’s Gretchen tomorrow night. Wicked!


This was a long night full of rain and chatter, queueing up in front of the bar of your choice (or setting an edge on
your couch at home if you didn´t want to get soaked), jumpiness, cheer and watery eyes. The game has ended,
the dice is cast now. Thanks to the probably most charismatic team [...]

Image of the Day: Thank Heavens

‘Tis Saturday, so let’s thank the Gods, for they (or someone else) gave Johann König a kid that’s into skateboarding, a fact which probably helped when it came to deciding whether or not to have his (indeed: his) incredible St. Agnes church in Kreuzberg turned into a temporary skate spot earlier this week. Anyway, thanks, [...]


Swiss Berlin-based artist Daniel Pflumm was interviewed for Frieze #14, giving good reasons for his antipathy against recent trends concerning the internet.
Although you might be a pro you might find it illuminative to read, because since the artist has been actively dealing with all sorts of digital media since the 90’s he really knows what [...]

Die portugiesische Küche — Berlin Book Presentation

The whole world eats italian pasta and pizza, everyone knows how french cuisine influenced the way we all eat and most of us know that sunny feierabends match spanish tapas and beer. But who has ever heard about portuguese gastronomy? Who has ever eaten Petiscos (the portuguese Tapas) like the ugly looking but yummy Percebes, the [...]


If you have ever asked yourself who is doing those lovely little cork figures found to be on several street signs throughought Berlin, and what they actually mean, I can tell you now: It is yoga teacher Josef Foos, trying to cheer up people with mini-sculptures doing yoga positions, indicating that there is some studio [...]

A School For Design Fiction — Book Launch @ Motto

Book launch tomorrow, Wednesday 19th, at Motto Berlin.
From 7pm, a short reading and screening.
‘A School for Design Fiction’, by James Langdon, was convened on 8 November, 2013 at Gallery for Contemporary Art, Leipzig. This itinerant school employs the curious genre of ‘design fiction’ to assert storytelling as the primary function of design, assuming that every [...]

The Bar Market Berlin

Now that food and drink have officially replaced Techno, Berghain and such, have some Bacon and wake up to the new Berlin in the form of The Bar Market (which will also be a 4-day restaurant; see flyer below + more info at with its 6 bars in one place at Cuvrystrasse, opening again [...]

Zabriskie – Buchladen für Kultur & Natur

For someone to whom books are never enough, the news of a new bookshop opening in the neighbourhood sounds like party. Good party!
This Saturday, pop by Manteuffelstrasse 73, in Kreuzberg, for the opening of Zabriskie, the new bookshop of Lorena and Jean — or what promises to be a relaxed wintery afternoon, with music, cakes, [...]


Another beautiful poster for a another great opportunity to see The Pastels live, after their latest LP ‘Slow Summits’ was in heavy rotation this summer. This time as support of the German electro-pop quartet Lali Puna.
In order to get attuned, with the perfect autumn soundtrack…

Lali Puna & The Pastels live
22. November 2013 / 8.30 pm
Obentrautstr. [...]