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Life In Berlin: The Hutto Project

Step into Kate Eberstadt’s music class; a safe place for exploration, where everyone has a voice.
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Brune Charvin / The Hutto Project

Step into Kate Eberstadt’s music class; a safe place for exploration, where everyone has a voice.

NPR Specials: Shakespeare Is A Black Woman

May 23, 2016
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This week on NPR Specials: Shakespeare in American Life is a series of three one-hour programs re-released  by the Folger Shakespeare Library to celebrate 400 years of Shakespeare in 2016. The Folger, in Washington, DC is the home of the world's largest Shakespeare collection. "Shakespeare is a Black Woman" is the third episode in the series.

Three Things To Do This Week

May 23, 2016
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A few things to keep in mind this week:

Life In Berlin: Dark Lord Day In Berlin

May 19, 2016
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The original Dark Lord Day is a unique beer geek and heavy metal festival in Indiana, USA, which celebrates the release of the famous Dark Lord Russian Imperial Stout by the 3 Floyds Brewing Company. Beer enthusiasts Hugh and Hana Eckermann visited Berlin's tribute to the festival.

Life In Berlin: Dental Hypnosis In Berlin

May 18, 2016
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When most people hear the word hypnosis, they think of those variety shows, in which a hypnotist gets people to do very embarrassing things.

Monika Müller-Kroll

Berlin’s number one football club Hertha BSC has had a pretty good year. The season ended with Hertha in the top half of the Bundesliga table. Actually, it’s the first time since 2009.

NPR Specials: The Father Of The Man In America

May 16, 2016
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This week on NPR Specials: Shakespeare in American Life is a series of three one-hour programs re-released  by the Folger Shakespeare Library to celebrate 400 years of Shakespeare in 2016. The Folger, in Washington, DC is the home of the world's largest Shakespeare collection. "The Father of the Man in America" is the second episode in the series.

Three Things To Do This Week

May 16, 2016
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The 11th edition of XPOSED, Berlin’s International Queer Film Festival is coming up this Thursday. A bold and also entertaining program with feature films, shorts and talks, the festival includes "The Ladies Room," a collaboration with Berlin Feminist Film Week. XPOSED runs until May 22nd. Film screenings will be at Moviemento, Kottbusser Damm 22.

Life In Berlin: Gallery Weekend 2016

May 13, 2016
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Gallery Weekend Berlin in one word? Overwhelming: over 50 galleries on the docket, countless more hosted openings, and plenty of hype. Some of the most interesting work on view cuts right through to a more serious issue:

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Recently, NPR Berlin's Monika Müller-Kroll had the opportunity to talk to composer Sven Helbig and designer Esther Perbandt about their unique collaboration. Here is the second in the three-part series:

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NPR Specials: Shakespeare Is A Black Woman

This week on NPR Specials: Shakespeare in American Life is a series of three one-hour programs re-released by the Folger Shakespeare Library to celebrate 400 years of Shakespeare in 2016. The Folger, in Washington, DC is the home of the world's largest Shakespeare collection. "Shakespeare is a Black Woman" is the third episode in the series. John Adams was a Shakespeare enthusiast who filled his diaries with mentions of the plays. Janet Reno assembled her staff to read King Lear. In 1849,...
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