A falafel with homemade peanut sauce? What?! Berlin is filled with tasty fast-food for the wandering bar-hopper, but, for the most part, it's all the same, standard formula. Who else is growing tired of the sauce options, kreuter, knoblauch, scharf?
Those of us walking through the city with open eyes know them. You see them at S-and U-Bahn stations or in front of your local supermarket, standing with astonishing stamina in one corner for many hours a day, in the coldest winter and hottest summer day, always alert, highly frequented by people of all ages and classes.
This just in! Agreements have just been made between city officials and Berlin’s one and only space program, SLURP, to make Berlin the first completely green-powered city in the world.
In front of the circular mirror pond outside the entrance to the House of World Cultures you can find the newly restored and last work of British sculptor, Henry Moore. “Butterfly,” which was lent to the city of Berlin in 1986, was restored in the Noack Foundry in Berlin (where it was originally cast) and has just been reinstalled.
Comedians, stand-up artists, magicians, acrobats and artists will rendezvous in Berlin.
Music, Mimes and very fine Lines
Come see this unusual assortment of performances Saturday night at the PoPo BAR.
It was hard to motivate myself, getting my ass from Lichtenberg to Mitte. But I just had to, in the name of science. Bongout, not only a French label for incredibly weird art books, comics and silk-screens, but also the promise of a bizarre, dark alienation we sometimes feel in this world. I had to go into the lion´s den, the heart of evil, the macro world of pretentiousness: Mitte!