Surrounded by hundreds of creative industries and cultural institutions, Berlin is one of those cities where there is always something left to watch, visit and feel. This autumn brings an important event to the cultural calendar: The 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall. Therefore those who fancy a cultural trip to the German capital will be in luck. Art, cinema and photography will be some of the highlights of the season.
“Magic Rooms & Contemplatio”: The Art of Contemplation
This is a preview of Events You Won’t Want to Miss in Berlin This Autumn.
First things first: The Kafka Group Read co-hosted by Young Germany and Book Punks…
…is happening right now, and we would love it if you joined us in the discussion. Even if you only read it once, like, 15 years ago and don’t feel like reading it again. You can still stop by and tell us what you remember about it, whether you think you might be up for reading it in German.
We knew from the moment we saw their happy smiling faces that it was going to be fun meeting Tony and Wilma. From their message that read “We’re on a four-month European trip for our 40th wedding anniversary…” we knew they would be the perfect first guests for us.
This is a preview of Living in Germany: Our First AirBnB Guests.
I can’t get enough of the castles. Germany is fairytale country.
“In addition to being a place of immense beauty, Baden-Württemberg is home to the Hohenzollern Castle, the former seat of the House of Hohenzollern. This intimidating and majestic castle is in the Swabian Alps, near the town of Bisingen, and is perched on top of a mountain.” Read the entire blog post here.
Geek Mädel will help you with that permanent residency permit.
Rebecca Culverhouse. Photo courtesy Leather and Abel
Rebecca Culverhouse is a nomadic British filmmaker who has made films in Japan, the UK and Germany. Currently based in Berlin, she is writing the script for her first feature film, which is based on a short Japanese drama shot in the Tohoku area before the great earthquake of 2011.
L&A: What kind of films do you make?
This is a preview of Rebecca Culverhouse: A British Filmmaker in Berlin.
When you think about summer vacation and water sports in Germany, you probably think about the North Sea, or the Baltic Sea.
Sailing in Brandenburg (dpa)
But there’s a wealth of water sports right at the outskirts of Berlin: there are 3,000 lakes to swim in and lots of ways to explore Brandenburg’s waterways by boat – even with an old sailing yacht.