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AliCé – Back in Berlin

The insanely talented AliCé (Alice Pasquini), an andBerlin favourite, has been back in Berlin brightening the streets with her beautiful Street Art. Knowing AliCé flew in last Thursday and spent the weekend painting in the city I had to get out and about and see what she has been up to. I didn’t manage to […]


Maria Bonita – Great Mexican Food in Berlin

Maria Bonita on Danziger Strasse is only big enough for a handful of people to eat at the same time but the food at this tiny Mexican bistro is a real treat. A lack of good Mexican food in Berlin is one of the biggest culinary gripes in the city, especially amongst the expat crowd.  […]


Stolpersteine 165 – 177

I have updated my Stolpesteine Gallery to include photos of all the Stolpesteine I saw in Berlin last week. The memorials I saw were dedicated to: Moritz Kiwi and Philippine Kiwi (Holtzendorffstrasse 20); Irma Löwenstamm (Leonhardtstrasse 11); Martin Silberstein, Auguste Silberstein, Hermann Cohn, Hedwig Cohn, and Harry Gersten (Leonhardtstrasse 10); Max Nächemstein, Clara Nächemstein, Bertha Gordon and Wally Gordon (Leonhardtstrasse 6); Paulin […]


A Magica – Incredible Pizza in Berlin

A Magica, which opened on Greifenhagener Strasse in Prenzlauer Berg in 2007 is run by Sebastiano and Andreas, who met in Berlin in the early 90s. According to the restaurant’s website, Sebastiano the chef, is a pizza acrobat and has competed at national and international competitions, displaying his pizza tossing skills. This small and friendly […]


XOOOOX in Berlin

XOOOOX is a Berlin based Street Artist, whose name was chosen for its symmetry. He started out expressing himself through graffiti but drawing on his observations of the fashion industry began pasting pictures cut from magazines around the streets.  Realising that stencils were quicker and easier to apply he adopted the Street Art technique but […]


Stolpersteine 147 – 153

I have added photos of all the Stolpersteine I saw this week in Berlin (and as you can see there were quite a few) to my Stolpersteine Gallery. The Stolpersteine I saw were laid for: Siegfried Redlich, Elfriede Redlich, Louis Hoffmann and Grete Hoffmann (Senefelderstrasse 4); Nanny Stern (Eichendorffstrasse 18); Else Luft and Erna Herrmann (Brunnenstrasse 41); Kurt […]


Stolpersteine 130 – 131

I have added the photos of the Stolpersteine I have seen over the past week to the photo gallery here. This week’s Stolpersteine were memorials to: Sally Casper and Lene Casper (Chodowieckistrasse 8); Hans Samuel, Else Samuel and Gunter Samuel (Near corner of Utrechter Strasse). My first post about Stolpersteine gives more background about these memorials to the […]


Stolpersteine 127 – 129

I have now updated my Stolpersteine Gallery with photos of the Stolpersteine I have seen over the past week. These most recent Stolpersteine discoveries memorials: Elsbeth Schreiber and Bruno Albert Auerbach (Pappelallee 12-13); Jacob Süssmann, Aron Süssmann, Sonia Süssmann and Sima Süssmann (Strassburger Strasse 60), Ignatz Lebzelter, Deborah Lebzelter, Susanne Lebzelter and Amalie Lebzelter (Alte Schönhauser Strasse […]