These true, personal stories were recorded live at The Bear on December 14 at ZENTRUM danziger50 in Prenzlauer Berg. The theme of the evening was solstice: stories about the longest night of your life.
This week on Studio Berlin: Germany’s debate over the future of agriculture. We hear from conventional and organic farmers. Host Monika Müller-Kroll breaks down the different perspectives with Bernd Hansjürgens from the Helmholz Center for Environmental Research.
We have a pair of tickets up for grabs to see Angel Olsen at Huxleys Neue Welt on Jan. 30, as well as a pair of tickets to see Melbourne band U-Bahn on Feb. 2 at Urban Spree, and finally two tickets to see shoegaze legends RIDE at LIDO on Feb 2.
A citizens’ initiative seeking more public input and additional environmental impact studies related to the construction of BER airport has failed in court. The higher administrative court of Berlin-Brandenburg ruled on Thursday that Schönefeld Airport can remain open after BER is operational.
On Monday, the neighborhood initiative “Kiezmarkthalle” met with Raed Saleh, chairman of the Social Democrats in Berlin’s Parliament, to hand over 5,290 signatures and a list of demands related to the development of Markthalle Neun in Kreuzberg.