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Cycling in Berlin is a risky ordeal. We have some ideas on how to improve conditions - for everyone.
Due to the corona restrictions, Gallery Weekend in May remained a local affair. Now galleries are hoping to lure foreign collectors with a Summer Special.
+++ Curevac not so great +++ Stumbling kids vaccinations +++ The stats +++
Because the months of April and May were too cold for the cucumber plants, they took two and a half weeks longer to grow this year.
Supporters of the Friedrichshain squat burned trash and threw stones at officers on Rigaer Straße on Wednesday.
On Wednesday, the district assembly will decide on the rename street signs in honour of the Black feminist poet rather than the anti-democratic Prussian prime minister.
+++ Hospitalisation despite vaccination +++ Rules relaxed +++ Violence against train staff +++ The stats +++
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The mask requirement in Berlin is being dropped for 35 streets and squares. An overview of what else is changing.
An office focused on ending discrimination has come up with nine guidelines for landlords to end discrimination in renting.
Not since 1998 have so many babies been born in Germany. The increase is linked to the relaxations after the first lockdown.
Mango season is to Berlin’s Pakistani diaspora what the phallic white vegetable is to the natives.
+++ Indoor pools, brothels, casinos to open +++ Outdoor raves +++ The stats +++
Party members voted for the platform in a digital conference on Sunday.
As the delayed Euro 2020 gets going, we spoke to Jacob Sweetman, sportswriter and editor of a new essay collection on football, culture and politics.
British entrepreneur Sarah Giblin is the founder of anti-theft backpack company RiutBag – and a longtime resident of Friedrichshain. Her Berlin tips.
In this week's episode: what happens to civil society and Afghan women after Nato forces leave?
Damascus, London, Potsdam? We reveal the most common birthplaces of the city's residents.
We've been freed from the corona shackles for just days. With the sun shining and temps rising, head outside to watch Europe's fave pastime.
We've got the basics on getting vaccinated against the coronavirus/Covid-19 in Berlin.
Every Monday, you'll find Berlin's English-language discussion podcast with Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson right here.
The owners of the property won their suit in court on Thursday, but Køpi's lawyer will appeal the decision. Protesters vowed to fight eviction "with all means".
Following the findings of a second commission, the Free University has decided to withdraw the politician's degree.
The sudden strikes erupted in Mitte Wednesday and spread Thursday. Workers dispute claims their colleague was fired for "gross misconduct".
German actress Maren Eggert will receive the Silver Bear for her role as Alma in I'm Your Man.
From 1755, Huguenots sold lemonade, beer and wine in the park's legendary riverside amusement tents.
Three weeks after unleashing its e-scooters on Berlin, Bolt is now brokering taxi rides. Some in the business see just "another parasite".
In the future, vaccinated app users will just have to present a QR code for scanning. Pharmacies can transfer vaccines from the paper vaccine passports.
Passengers on an S-Bahn felt threatened by a "gunman" on Tuesday. A police manhunt caused widespread transport disruption.
The results would be available online and in restaurants themselves. Does the Clean Kitchen Act go too far or not far enough?
Arye Sharuz Shalicar once belonged to a Wedding gang. Now he's a best-selling author and the IDF's contact for German journalists.
Clubs in Berlin will be allowed to reopen, but they don't know whether parties are worth it with corona rules still in place.
The public outcry against the killing of George Floyd and calls for change showed the good side of a country our writer had never before considered.
A mediocre Visit Berlin video raises the question: Does it make sense to advertise to tourists?
One dog died and another fell sick. Officials fear it was due to a toxin released by algae in the lake.
Melinda Stokes’ one-woman Mitte clothing and pattern business has evolved with the times – and now caters to customers around the world.
Could the remains be those of victims of death camp doctor Josef Mengele? Very likely. The Free University's leadership is blocking further excavations.
Never believe a German when they promise to do away with bureaucracy. An American applied for unbureaucratic corona aid and is now caught in bureaucracy.
Last year, households that consumed 1,200 kilowatt hours paid 34.30 cents per kilowatt hour, up from 33.49 cents in 2019.
In this week's episode: what happens to civil society and Afghan women after Nato forces leave? (part 1)
Researcher Raj Kollmorgen on why the AfD have remained so strong after Sunday's state election and why the Greens are struggling in the east.
The polls in Saxony-Anhalt's state election closed at 6pm Sunday. Forecasts predict a big win for the CDU. The AfD fared worse than expected.
Lina Zedriga Waru, an opposition politician from Uganda, shows that the German debate on colonialism, identity and women lacks an African perspective.
The Hungary-born filmmaker and author of the book Letzter Aufruf Tegel – Geschichten vom tollsten Flughafen der Welt shares her favourite spots in the city.
Antisemitic abuse in Kreuzberg; woman attacked by stone-throwing youths in Neukölln.