No matter where you are or what your clock might say: it’s Wednesday 3 p.m and here’s our latest story ‘Rumination’ by Monika Müller-Kroll. Wednesday 3 p.m. is our series of micro stories bringing you a glimpse of someone else’s life.
Daniel Flohr, deputy chairman of Unabhängige Flugbegleiter Organisation (UFO), said the strike would affect all cabin crew members of Lufthansa in Germany and all flights going in and out of Germany starting at 00:00 on Thursday, November 7 and going until 24:00 on Friday, November 8.
What was the soundtrack of the late ’80s, shortly before and after the fall of the Berlin Wall? In this episode of Studio Berlin, host Erik Kirschbaum explores the power of music and how it captured the spirit of freedom and united people in East and West Germany.
Do you believe in karma? For this week’s edition of Wednesday 3 p.m., writer Jess Sweetman poses the question: “Are your unruly offspring really just your penance for every annoying thing you’ve ever done?”
How many homeless people live in Berlin? Current estimates range greatly – from 6,000 to 10,000 people. That’s one reason why Senator for Integration, Labor and Social Services Elke Breitenbach is looking for volunteers to come together on the night of January 29, 2020. Breitenbach said participants will go around the city and learn more about the homeless in Berlin, in part so the Senate can better provide them with the resources they need.