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EXBERLINER 171, May 2018

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From sugarbaby millennials to old school Lebenskünstler, from bitcoin speculators to Instagram influencers – Meet the Berliners who thrive without a proper job. And 1968-2018: Berliners look back. Plus: Partisan, the new film on Frank Castorf's Volksbühne, a not-so-white-male Theatertreffen, taking back brunch, two very German exhibitions and much more...

MRS. RUDI DUTSCHKE
The widow of Berlin’s most iconic revolutionary talks about his politics, their beginnings and taking care of his legacy .

MY MAY 1968
Three 1968ers look back at the events in Berlin 50 years ago.

AFTER TACHELES
Mitte’s famed alternative space closed six years ago. Where are the protagonists now?

THE BERLIN BITCOIN BROS
Once the domain of anarchists and dark-webbers, bitcoin has gone mainstream .

THE SUGARBABES
Millennials in Berlin provide the “girlfriend experience” for cash.

HOW TO BE A BERLINFLUENCER
Making a living with Instagram, Youtube and blogs – does it work for hip Berliners?

Also in this issue...

PARTISAN
Director Adama Ulrich on the documentary tribute to Berlin's most iconic theatre she co-authored.

THEATERTREFFEN
The Berliner Festspiele continues its march to a more diverse Theatertreffen.

KELE OKEREKE
While preparing for imminent fatherhood, the former Bloc Party-er discovered his love for folk on his third solo album.

SAVE BERLIN
Dan Borden on what the city is doing to improve cycling conditions.

BEST OF BERLIN
A retro listening bar, a virtual art gallery and chocolate gone Bezirk.

BERLIN BITES
Three new brunch spots and real baguettes.

...And much, much more!