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May Day in Berlin: Six highlights from 134 years of workers’ history

Author and local historian Nathaniel Flakin chronicles Berlin's unique history of protest on May 1.

Politics

Tuntenhaus is in trouble: Can Berlin’s last queer alternative housing project still be saved?

As Berlin's iconic Tuntenhaus faces new ownership, we're celebrating one of the city's last bastions of queer […]

Art

A new era of HKW: Resistance and reshaping a Berlin institution

The Berlin institution Haus der Kulturen der Welt reopens with a critical look at colonialism and forms […]

City planning

James Hobrecht: The man who built Berlin

James Hobrecht created the Berlin that we see today; read more about his story here.

Politics

Red Flag: Why everyone is furious with Green Party

Greta Thunberg got lugged off by riot police. The Green Party is responsible for a terrible crime […]

Opinion

Red flag: The Battle of Lützerath shows us Germany’s true climate terrorists

Thousands of police are attempting to evict the town of Lützerath in Western Germany to dig up […]

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