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DAYS AT THE MUSEUM: THE LITTLE OPTIMIST

The Optimist is a small boat used by the youngest adepts of the art of sailing – in spring and summer the lakes around Berlin are full of them bobbing … Continue reading

Feb 20, 2013

TODAY IN KREUZBERG: AUGUST 28

1998 In Methfesselstrasse 7 (Lichterfelder Strasse 7 before 1935), on the wall of the house where the engineer´s workshop used to be, a plaque commemorating Prof. Konrad Zuse is revealed. … Continue reading

Sep 4, 2012 · 1 Comment

TAP TAP TAP WENT THE KEYS ON MY LAPTOP OR THANK YOU, KONRAD ZUSE

 Although he has been the subject of one of my older posts already (link here), which means I had studied his biography at length (rule one in writing: a bit … Continue reading

Jul 10, 2012 · 1 Comment

TODAY IN KREUZBERG: FEBRUARY 22 – LICHTERFELDERSTRASSE

1876 My ever favourite street and the place where all this began – the loving part of my stormy relationship with Kreuzberg, the research, the book, the blog – gets … Continue reading

Feb 22, 2012 · 8 Comments

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