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Burbslife in Berlin

By Rita Braz and Gry Sagvolden     When we met Gregg Kaysen in a Berlin advertising office, we kind of thought, ads was all he had been doing the past few years. Turns out though, this San Francisco born bloke has been creating music way longer than he’s been playing with consumer minds. Curious? … Continue reading

From GMT +1 to GMT + 10.

By Rita Braz Photos by Helen 9 hours is at the moment the time difference between Berlin and Helen, and it seems even bigger than the physical distance that puts us in complete opposite sides of the planet. Distance can be fooled with all technologies that surround our daily life. They make us believe we … Continue reading

48 Stunden Neukölln 17-19 July 2011

by Helen ‘Is it dangerous?’, ‘how do you even pronounce Neukölln?’, ‘is that another Späti again?’…not really, like that and yes. This weekend Neukölln comes alive (and please God of Sonnenallee, not alight) for 48 Stunden Neukölln, the annual Art and Culture Festival in the south east of Berlin. The theme this year is ‘Luxus’ or ‘luxury’, a … Continue reading

May 19-21: Weekend Musical Fun

Put your ears on notice and sink your teeth into these beauties this weekend… THURS 19TH Little Dragon at FRANNZ Club (sold out) Crystal Fighters at Festsaal Kreuzberg FRI 20TH Martin and James at FRANNZ Club Twin Shadow (When Saints Go Machine + Young the Giant) at Magnet Melt! Klub Weekender (Animal Collective) at ASTRA SAT 21ST Melt! … Continue reading

Sameheads (fashion, art, cafe, events)

by Helen Sameheads Sameheads Sameheads. Home of many things you never even knew you were missing…until you find them and then you knew they were missing, which makes you think ‘how did I ever live without such things?’ For example: clothes by up-and-coming Berlin designers, well-priced drinks (caffeinated and alcoholic), experimental snacks (pizza with pancakes … Continue reading

Spreepark Berlin (Abandoned Amusement Park)

by Helen Directions (check), photo machine (check), partner in crime (check), appropriate fence-climbing attire (check)…so you think you can break and enter? Alright so it’s not that hard core. Getting into Spreepark does involve finding holes to squeeze through or a low part of the fence to go over. And avoiding yappy guard dogs and … Continue reading

Sufjan Stevens @ Admiralpalast, Sat 7 May

by Helen An Ode to Sufjan*

Gallery Weekend Berlin April 29-May 1

by Helen Get ready for a big weekend Berliners! With 44 participating galleries and 44 openings, there’s bound to be a gallery + party to suit everyone’s tastes at the Gallery Weekend Berlin, starting tonight! All details, including gallery map, program, artist listing and other information available at http://www.gallery-weekend-berlin.de/

Agnes Obel @ Babylon 29th April

by Helen Agnes Obel has an amazing voice and musical style. It’s as simple as that. The Berlin resident and Danish native is playing tomorrow night in the Babylon cinema which should make for a spine-tingling experience. Her music is quietly beautiful, slightly melancholic but at the same time uplifting and definitely something special. Agnes … Continue reading

Dong Xuan Centre, Lichtenberg

by Helen For those of you who want to experience a bit of Asia in Berlin or simply have yellow fever* then visit the Dong Xuan Centre. Buried in sad face Lichtenberg in East Berlin, the DXC is four huge halls in the middle of a ocean of mud and concrete offering you numerous Asian … Continue reading