KCRW Berlin contributor Ella Joyner was looking for a more supportive workout environment. In this audio essay, she turns to her flatmate and Femme Fitness founder, Anisha Müller, for her body positive, feminist take on fitness.
Greater than you think” by musician Diane Weigmann is a catchy Summer pop tune about believing in oneself. We caught up with Weigmann, who was born and raised in Berlin, about the upcoming release of her fourth solo album “Größer als Du denkst”, and how motherhood has impacted her music.
On Sunday, May 12, tens of thousands poured into Tempelhofer Feld to commemorate the Berlin Airlift and the end of the Soviet blockade of the city. But what was it like to live in Berlin during 1948-1949? We asked a few of the people who were there 70 years ago to tell us.
We’re pleased to announce our upcoming cooperation with Berlin-LA Connect, running from June 7 to 23. The interdisciplinary program includes art exhibitions, film screenings, performances, talks, and more.
The Pictoplasma 2019 Character Walk exhibition, which spans seven project spaces across Mitte, showcases the work of artists from around the world — from crocheted character art to leather masks and beyond. We caught up with featured artists Philippa Rice, Luke Pearson and Yukai Du to talk about what’s they’re showing this year.
Tired of catching jazz shows in stodgy concert halls? XJAZZ Berlin, which starts today, wants to shake up the paradigm of a typical European jazz festival. Co-founder Daniel Best and musician J.Lamotta joined us in the studio to talk about what’s on this year at the festival.
This week, Pictoplasma Conference and Festival will bring in artists from around the world to take a closer look at the latest in character design and art. We sat down with co-curator Lars Denicke to hear what’s new this year.