Berlin's new gourmet persona leaves a sour taste in Tamsin Walker's mouth.
The Berlinale is the largest publically attended film festival in the world - and that can get pretty overwhelming. DW's Lavinia Pitu braved the red carpet madness on a quest for the festival's hidden gems.
Can Berlin keep up with fashion heavyweights? With sundresses at the opening show and a reincarnated Bread & Butter, fair, the German capital proves again that it doesn't care what anyone thinks, writes DW's Susan Stone.
For more than 13 years, Mayor Klaus Wowereit has been the face of party-hearty, poor-but-sexy Berlin. For DW's Jefferson Chase, a special chapter in Berlin's history will be over when he leaves office.
From the cafes and nightclubs to the concert halls and museums - what's being talked about in Berlin? DW's Berlin columnists bring you an insider's perspective on cultural life in one of the world's most vibrant cities.
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