Maximilian Hecker, photo by Sonja Gutschera + Leif Osthoff
This week we have two photo exhibitions about life in the streets, a special event with singer songwriter Maximilian Hecker, the opening of the first Coffee Academy cafe and much much more after the jump.
Win tickets for a roof top concert tonight!! Be quick by writing a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org! Kater Holzig empty as it can be, Berghain ok, About Blank, trying hard. Club dying? No, the simple reason is the Fusion Festival. They’re all there. Fusion my ass? Ok, than we got some really nice parties for you after the jump:
Nelson Can, photo: Tam Vibberstoft
This week we are getting a little appetizer of Fashion Week with multiple events by the ESMOS design school. Also, you’ll see writers in a death match, you can celebrate the Midsommar (or the Fête de la Musique), have a look at the New Order exhibition or go into a war with your cardboard sword. Our events recommendations after the jump.
Lunar and Venus have had an eclipse and let us stumble around like idiots. Astrolis says: anything is possible, so go ahead for three days of party! Don’t forget watching soccer. Soccer and party where? Take a look after the jump:
illustration: Max Gärtner
This week we can look forward to some awesome exhibition openings, a festival all about food, a pair of vintage markets and the highly anticipated book launch of the first Travelettes book. These and more events after the jump.
Marina And The Diamonds
This week has a series of great concerts (most of them as part of the Melt Club Weekender) including Austra, Marina And The Diamonds and T.E.E.D., a queer Prom party, a French-Polish dinner and another Blind Date Swingers Club. These and more events after the jump.
Keine Musik for peach Bleaching youngsters who want to be a Miss at an early hour and try to prevent a seven year long revolution for princes. Don’t get it? Then read the following party recommendations for our rough but exciting little town, Berlin it is called. Right after the jump:
Henrik Vibskov, Copyright Gestalten 2012
This week has the following highlights for us: A book presentation by Henrik Vibskov, a new queer club night at Backyard, many exhibitions and events at the gallery weekend and a big blogger fleamarket. This and much more after the jump.
Last week a hysterical, very very fat person ( oops ) saw me queing on the loo of some club and, out of nothing, slapped my face slightly saying: I hate you. I was like yeah whatever, what is your problem anyway. She said where she comes from ( San Francisco ), people don’t have that attitude, like, they smile. You don’t want to know my answer, promise, but this is just one incident of a dozen that I have been a witness of over the years. In another Club I saw this dude trying to get into a conversation with a meanwhile quite famous female MTV presenter who didn’t really answer him cause he was drunk and not too attractive I guess. He then called her ugly bitch and sl.t and stuff like that. I mean, come on guys. Even if Berlin is a place that doesn’t seem to have any boundaries, we may not be the friendliest people of this earth, but we let others do their thing. Here you can be whatever you want to, heto, gay, a slut, bi, trans, weird, an Emo, ugly, a virgin, a hand model, a hipster, a freak, even a country boy or a conservative, or a law student: we don’t care. But don’t be surprised if a Berliner doesn’t smile. It’s not in his nature. Fun parties for friendly ( means relaxed ) people after the jump:
This week is brimming with great events! Some of its highlights being this year’s Pictoplasma festival, the return of the Blind Date Swingers Club, another edition of the Voodoo Market and the brand new supper club at Direktorenhaus. Have a look at a great variety of things to do, after the jump.