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Coronavirus in Berlin, May 11
— Government reports drop in social distancing compliance
— BVG gets €250m cash injection
— Libraries reopen
Get the full report: https://tinyurl.com/y8kabtzw

This is Marlene Dumas’s James Baldwin, one of the limited edition €50 prints from Wolfgang Tillmans’ 2020Solidarity project.

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Wolfgang Tillmans: Magazines nurtured me

Wolfgang Tillmans, Berlin’s favourite photographer, has thrown a lifeline to his favourite magazines – including Exberliner! He told us about his much-needed idea.

exberliner.com INTERVIEW! The world-famous photographer offered some of his favourite magazines – including Exberliner – a lifeline by donating a selection of posters to be sold through crowdfunding campaigns. We hear the origins of this idea.

Coronavirus latest: restaurants and cafés are back! From May 15, they’ll be allowed to open to dine-in guests – as long as social distancing rules are practiced. (The names of all guests must be recorded, for example.)

More here: https://tinyurl.com/y73w8a9r

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From the DJ booth to the digital classroom

DeWalta was travelling abroad for DJ gigs most weekends before the coronavirus hit. He’s since discovered a new passion: teaching.

exberliner.com ALLTAG HEROES! The coronavirus wiped out DeWalta’s income as a DJ, but rather than accept defeat, the Berliner took his art online, teaching students around the world about the craft of music production.

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Berlin’s secret anti-vaxxers

“I feel like you can be quite cool here – and still be a bit of an Impfgegner.” Here’s Jacinta Nandi’s take on Berlin’s secret anti-vaxxers.

exberliner.com WTF BERLIN! Jacinta Nandi is tired of meeting people who seem too normal and intelligent to be against vaccinations, so she has a few ideas for when the coronavirus vaccine arrives.

Berlin is reopening, so we selected ten of the best activities to enjoy outside the house - socially distanced, of course!

Full list: https://tinyurl.com/yabtuxoo

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From the vault: Loving kids the wrong way

Back in 2017, we visited a groundbreaking paedophilia therapy programme at Charité. As we found out, programmes likes this might be the best way to keep kids safe.

exberliner.com Being sexually attracted to children isn’t sick, just acting on it. That’s the idea behind a groundbreaking paedophilia therapy programme at Charité.

Nothing will keep the brats entertained like a trip to the Zoo or Tierpark! Shows and tours are cancelled, but who needs a guide to enjoy observing meerkats, mandrills and macaws?

More tips for this weekend: https://tinyurl.com/yabtuxoo

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AR App | 75 Jahre Kriegsende EN

*75th Anniversary Of The End Of Worldwar II*
The date of 8 May 2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Europe from Nazi tyranny and the end of World War II. Moritz van Dülmen, CEO of Kulturprojekte Berlin was looking forward to celebrate that day with Hundreds of thousands Berliners, tourists and contemporary witnesses, they interviewed in advance. In the last four weeks Kulturprojekte had to completely swift their planned outdoor exhibition into a digital journey through time to Spring 1945. Whole Kulturprojekte Berlin and especially Peter Kolski, who already did the @MauAR app ( for the 30 years fall of the Berlin Wall last year worked on the webexperience 75 Jahre Kriegsende. where you can visit locations across Berlin – including Alexanderplatz, Berlin, the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag and the Gedenkstätte Sachsenhausen (Ehem. Kz). Here you will find a virtual exhibition, a series of podcasts and the great augmented reality app *Augmented Berlin*. Van Dülmen sees the situation with a crying and a laughing eye: "Of course we are unhappy to not celebrate this on the streets, but also we were all learning so much about new innovative formats, we will have a lot more young visitors and the app will stay an important future channel – we are very excited and are looking forward to the feedback.“ #Exberliner #EXB #EXBgroup #KulturprojekteBerlin #75JahreKriegsende

75jahrekriegsende.berlin Virtuelle Ausstellung und digitale Projekte erinnern an die Befreiung Europas vom Nationalsozialismus #75jahrekriegsende

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Zeitreise 1945 | 360°-Videos

*Zeitreise 1945 an interactive 360 ​° experience of a destroyed city* The starting point of the virtual reality application are historical color photos of Frankfurt am Main, that document the extent of the destruction during World War II in a particularly haunting manner. The focus is on shots of important places in the metropolis, such as the Römer, the cathedral and other central buildings and streets. The historical photos are placed in the context of the restored old town with 3D effects. Virtual “tours” open up access to original documents, eyewitness statements and historical facts.

Stefan Brauburger, head of the ZDF editorial team for contemporary history : "The elaborate processing of the color photos for a 360 ° environment, accompanying information and narratives are intended to make the situation at the end of the war a real experience for younger users, too. The images demonstrate, like that of Nazi Germany unleashed war of annihilation back on its own country, metropolises like Frankfurt were in ruins at the end of the war. But it also becomes clear what efforts were necessary to rebuild the cities.“ Berlin Filmmaker and producer Elle Langerr, Pimento medienproduktions GmbH, realized the interactive documentation for the common 360 ° : We put VR and web applications together, so that the viewer can immerse into 1945 with VR glasses, but also can go on a virtual journey through time via browser to get an idea of ​​the situation.“ Check it out now

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Twin Peaks: embrace the weirdness!

(Re)watch: David Lynch’s delightfully weird masterpiece just turned 30, but there might not be a better time to binge-watch one of the most daring series in television history. Our film editor explains why.

exberliner.com HOME KINO! Our film editor explains why now is the time to (re)watch David Lynch’s game-changing series, three decades on from its release.

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Time to de-confine! Top 10 activities for a reopening Berlin

Some of the city’s best museums, galleries and memorials have reopened to the public, so we made a list for you to visit - socially distanced, of course!

exberliner.com TIPS! Haircut? Check. But now what? As Berlin's museums, exhibits and parks are reopening their doors, we put together a guide to ease you out of lockdown.

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Dial back to simpler times

For his latest column, Exberliner’s park professor takes a trip back to the ’90s, visiting an odd telephone booth on Leipziger Straße.

exberliner.com A WALK IN THE PARK! Maurice Frank’s next stop is Leipziger Straße, where a bright yellow phone booth serves as an ancient relic from the pre-mobile era. Visit while you still can.

Coronavirus latest: Berlin’s open-air swimming pools will be allowed to open on May 25! TBA hygiene rules will apply.

More info: https://tinyurl.com/y73w8a9r

Coronavirus in Berlin, May 7
— All students to return to school by May 29
— Date for swimming pools to reopen
— City tax revenues shrink by 90 percent
Get the full report: https://tinyurl.com/y73w8a9r

Giveaway! In tomorrow’s newsletter, subscribers will have a chance to win online music lessons from Berlin’s top producers.

Register here by midday tomorrow to be in the running: https://mailchi.mp/exberliner.com/exberliner-newsletters-signup

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Why Too Hot To Handle is the worst show on Netflix

It’s bad. Really bad.

exberliner.com HOME KINO! Does humanity deserve this? As our film editor explains, this show is so bad we had to warn you.

Coronavirus latest:
– Merkel urges caution
– Spandau testing centre closes down to to decreased demand
– Protests outside the Bundestag
Full report: https://tinyurl.com/ybmwwd3f

+++ SOLIDARITY ACTION +++ In our *EXBERLINER shop* you can find from now on 11 posters out of the Wolfgang Tillmans solidary action #2020solidarity – selected by our editorial team for YOU https://exberliner.bigcartel.com #Exberliner #EXB #EXBgroup #WolfgangTilmans #2020Solidarity #Exberliner #EXB #EXBgroup #WolfgangTilmans #2020Solidarity

Coronavirus in Berlin, May 6
— Contact ban extended, but restrictions eased
— Restaurants may open next week
— Veggie chef leads anti-Corona lockdown protests
Get the full report: https://tinyurl.com/ybmwwd3f

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The stage goes viral

What does online streaming mean for theatre? Writing for the Theatertreffen Blog, our theatre editor thinks the benefits are here to stay.

exberliner.com THEATERTREFFEN BLOG! The coronavirus has forced theatres to take the show online, but does it work? Our film editor thinks the benefits are here to stay.

Museum Island is coming back to life: Nationalgalerie, Altes Museum and the Pergamon panorama will reopen next week. Visitors will have to wear masks inside.

More info here: https://tinyurl.com/y87a6pv9

Coronavirus in Berlin, May 5
— All restrictions on retail likely to be lifted by tomorrow afternoon
— 25,000 Berlin Corona heroes to receive €1000 bonus
— Museum island comes back to life
Get the full report: https://tinyurl.com/y87a6pv9

Created in April during the Corona virus lockdown and commissioned by HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Forced Entertainment’s “End Meeting For All” is a fragmentary online work in three short episodes, each taking the form of a Zoom meeting. Join in tonight from 20.30.

#hebbelamufer #HAU123 #HAUonline #forcedentertainment #timetchells #donation #solidarity #supportyourlocalartists

More info here: https://tinyurl.com/yce85zta

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Berlin’s secret anti-vaxxers

Jacinta Nandi is tired of meeting people who seem too normal and intelligent to be against vaccinations, so she has a few ideas for when the coronavirus vaccine arrives.

exberliner.com WTF BERLIN! Jacinta Nandi is tired of meeting people who seem too normal and intelligent to be against vaccinations, so she has a few ideas for when the coronavirus vaccine arrives.

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Startups beyond the crisis: “The path to profit must be shorter.”

In our latest TechSchale update, we hear how Berlin’s startups can stay strong in the face of crisis.

exberliner.com INTERVIEW! Yoni Glodwasser is the Director of Venture Development at APX, an early-stage startup investor and accelerator in Berlin. As he told Jewell Sparks, the coronavirus has already triggered major changes for his field.

Coronavirus latest: Along with hairdressers, another essential Berlin service is back: the BVG! From yesterday, all lines (excluding the U55) are back to their full schedules.

Full report: https://tinyurl.com/y97tolu8

Coronavirus in Berlin, May 4
— Berlin Health senator rejects calls for ’immunity pass’
— The mask shortage continues.
— Police bust ’stoner-Corona’ party
Get the full report: https://tinyurl.com/y97tolu8

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Masked! From virus protection to face fashion

The story of how masks became this season’s key health and fashion item.

exberliner.com We trace the mask’s rise to this season’s most contentious health and fashion item, and meet Berliners taking matters into their own hands.

It's official: Berlin’s hairdressers are back! No more bad hair days.

Full report: https://tinyurl.com/ybjk2wue

Coronavirus latest: Police say there were unable enforce social distancing rules during May 1 protests. In total, 450 arrests were made.

Full info here: https://tinyurl.com/ybjk2wue

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Holy lockdown: Ramadan during Covid-19

Ramadan is a time for gathering with friends and family. The coronavirus changed that, so here’s how some of Berlin’s Muslims are dealing with the restrictions.

exberliner.com INTERVIEW! The holy month of Ramadan is the most important time of year for Muslims around the world. Many Berliners have been forced to celebrate differently this year, but how? Anna Gyulai Gaal investigates.

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From P'Berg to the world: A language school adapts

“There wasn’t a lot of sleep that weekend.” Verena Jaeschke of GLS German Language School Berlin walks us through the school’s impressive response to the coronavirus shutdowns.

exberliner.com ALLTAG HEROES! In a normal year, Prenzlauer Berg’s GLS attracts thousands of international language students. When Corona hit, the school was found itself having to deal with closed borders for the first time - and discovering e-learning.

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EXB Classic: My Lady Heroin

From the vault: In 2013, we heard the story of a 29-year-old expat’s descent into heroin addiction, a journey that took him from the Rosenthaler Platz U-Bahn platform to a run-down Kreuzberg drug den.

exberliner.com Twenty-nine-year-old British expat R. Simmons came to Berlin as an aspiring writer and university graduate before falling into a spiral of addiction that took him from U-Bahn platforms to a run-down Kreuzberg drug den. Now in rehab, here's his story.

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