Topics :: Berlin
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By Matthew Wexler | Tuesday Jan 22, 2013
Sweets, sausages and sunrises conspire for an action-packed getaway to one of Europe’s most vibrant cities.
By Curtis M. Wong | Saturday Jul 23, 2011
Paris may be sexy and Rome may have its charms, but for the discerning gay traveler, there are few cities as all-encompassing as Berlin. The German capital’s tumultuous past and less-than-graceful architecture matter little when it comes enjoying Berlin.
By MARY LANE | Friday Jan 28, 2011
Cologne-based designer Kilian Kerner also chose bright hues, sending a male model down the runway in a hot pink double breasted suit that garnered audience cheers.
By MARY LANE | Tuesday Dec 7, 2010
It’s rather stinky and kind of loud, but an exhibit that allows visitors to bed down with 24 golden canaries and a dozen reindeer is one of the most popular ever at a Berlin museum.
By Geir Moulson | Thursday Feb 18, 2010
A first-time German director’s film about Muslims struggling to come to terms with unwanted pregnancy, homosexuality and other challenges to their beliefs debuted Wednesday at the Berlin film festival.
By Abhimanyu Das | Friday Feb 12, 2010
There’s always plenty to do in Berlin, but 2010 seems to be even more dynamic, with festivals, parades, and other activities one after the other- and something for everyone. Check out a few of the fabulous things that the Zeitgeist Metropolis has in store this year...
By Laura Stevens | Thursday Feb 4, 2010
Designer eyewear, cool black jeans and a range of T-shirts specially designed for a charity auction adorned models at the Berlin fashion week Saturday. Read more...
By Jason Salzenstein | Monday Jan 25, 2010
Slightly apprehensive EDGE travel editor Jason Salzenstein went to Berlin not quite sure what he was getting himself into. He ended up having the time of his life in what turned out to be the definition of Mitteleuropean cultural splendor. More after the jump...
By David WIlkening via www.TravelMole.com | Sunday Nov 1, 2009
Local tourists and international visitors are flocking to an unlikely attraction in Germany: escape tunnels. Hundreds of captives under the East German government after World War II took advantage of the soft soil beneath Berlin to tunnel their way beneath the wall. Read more...
Thursday Oct 22, 2009
Part of Berlin’s red-light scene is going green. One bordello, hoping to stave off falling demand in the economic crisis, has begun offering discounts to customers who pedal bicycles to the door. Read more...
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