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Let’s talk about Berlin

The German capital has been a regular haunt of Euroleague before but not in the new format. With Alba Berlin amongst the better known names on the continent, you’d think going big would be easy unless you actually paid attention, writes Emmet Ryan Wednesday night in Berlin and inside the final 20 seconds. Below the rim Rokas Giedraitis is fighting for and juggling the ball all at once before finally getting enough control to put it in. Alba win, 79-75, take the series 2-1, and are 4 wins away f...
Tags: Europe, London, Germany, Berlin, US, Sport, Features, Paris, Madrid, Hertha Berlin, Málaga, Alba, Union Berlin, Warschauer Strasse, East Side Gallery, Friedrichshain


Berlin’s surprising and fascinating street art

Part of the open-air free-form art gallery inside the Haus Schwarzenberg Alley. Tucked into an alley next to the Café Cinema, just off the Hackesher Markt in Mitte. Photo by Marla Jo Fisher, Orange County Register. Sept. 2017. Haus Schwarzenberg Alley is a tiny fantasyland of graffiti, sculptures and art installations all tolerated by Haus Schwarzenberg, a non-profit arts group in the adjacent building. In addition to pieces by the famous like El Bocho and Stinkfish clinging to and even hangin...
Tags: Travel, Photos, Germany, Berlin Wall, Berlin, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, New Zealand, Belgium, Copenhagen, World Travel, Anne Frank, Kreuzberg, Berlin Germany, Orange County Register


A Beginner’s Guide to Berlin – The Ultimate Berlin Bucket List of Things to Do

By Adam Groffman SPONSORED — A mecca of artists, bohemians and Europe’s creative class, Berlin is an old, historic city made new again thanks to a torn-down wall, a reunified country, and an influx of young, trendsetting individuals from around the world. Whether for world-class nightlife, new tech start-ups, unique fashion, cutting-edge art, or international food, visitors often fall in love with Berlin’s special vibe, staying longer than expected and returning frequently. This is a city tha...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Europe, New York, Germany, Berlin Wall, Berlin, Unesco, Egypt, Nazi, Michael Jackson, Roma, Folsom, Caribbean, Central Park, Kreuzberg


The Many Wonders of Warschauer Straße

Before we all buckle up for this little joyride, let me start with a disclaimer: the selection of places below is a very subjective one, intending to highlight the wide range of leisure options available around Warschauer Strasse, but even more so to convey some of its unique spirit and direct your attention at a few lesser-known spots. Therefore, I am going to include some of the more or less immediate vicinity, fully aware of the fact that Schlesi is in Kreuzberg, and leave off some distinguis...
Tags: Photography, Fashion, Berlin, Restaurant, Club, Graffiti, Vegan, Kreuzberg, Ronson, Bahn, Warschauer Strasse, East Side Gallery, Berghain, Friedrichshain, Kegel, Kottbusser Tor


What does your favorite U-Bahn line say about you?

photo: Ingolf / cc Ever since I could apply some of my German understanding into practice, I’ve been impressed with the BVG’s marketing strategy. Their hilarious billboards really embrace the city’s spirit that comprises lots of contrasts, like comely goth girls surrounding an elderly gentleman in an U-Bahn. Images like that are so successful with the public because we all can relate to this distinct image of an underground Berlin train: eerily empty on a Wednesday night, on Friday evening ove...
Tags: Fashion, Berlin, Stories, Kreuzberg, Bahn, U-bahn, Warschauer Strasse, Prenzlauer Berg, Berghain, Friedrichshain, Mauerpark


Cool Hipster Hotels – Top 10 Around the World

By Adam Groffman From hotels with typewriters (Boston), to ones with guitars on the wall (London) and artisan soaps in the bathroom (anywhere even moderately interesting) — these are the coolest hotels of 2015. They’re all picked from actual hotels I’ve visited in the past 12 months. • • • ACME Hotel Chicago, Illinois Chicago’s coolest hotel, the ACME seems relatively unassuming when you walk in. The lobby is off to the side and there’s a small bagel shop by the ground floor entrance. A craft...
Tags: Hollywood, London, Featured, Boston, Berlin, Tel Aviv, Los Angeles, Macbook, Manchester, Marilyn Monroe, Dallas, Gotham City, Dublin, Hollywood Walk Of Fame, Stockholm, Shoreditch