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COME ONE, COME ALL — CEE CEE BERLIN BOOK SALE THIS SUNDAY

COME ONE, COME ALL — CEE CEE BERLIN BOOK SALE THIS SUNDAY

If you still haven’t seen our awesome book, come to the Breakfast Market this Sunday at Markthalle Neun. Host Kavita Meelu invited us to set up a “Cee Cee Berlin” booth there, and we are excited to join the fun. If you’re looking for a unique Christmas gift, here is your chance to buy our book and receive the original Cee Cee wrapping paper together with a complimentary Cee Cee tote bag. This is a one-time-only deal, so don’t miss out. We will be there all day, so come say “hi” — we’d love to meet you!

Markhalle Neun, Eisenbahnstr.42-43, 10997 Berlin-Kreuzberg
Breakfast Market: every third Sunday of the month
Cee Cee Berlin Book Sale: Sun 16.11.2014, 10-17h

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CABSLAM — ALL-AMERICAN FOOD SLAM FROM COAST TO COAST

CABSLAM — ALL-AMERICAN FOOD SLAM FROM COAST TO COAST

Cabslam, short for California Breakfast Slam, certainly needs no introduction to the streetwise Cee Cee readers (otherwise see here). Originally started as a pop up 4 years ago by a Los Angeles native Patrick Blasa, it quickly became a popular So-Cal style weekend brunch destination. Recently Blasa teamed up with Davey Frankel from New York to serve savory American fare from coast to coast, not limiting themselves to breakfasts. Still based on the idea of using only the best ingredients and everything made fresh, from scratch, and in-house, they now offer mouthwatering staples like burgers topped with homemade NYC-style kosher pickles served four ways (guacamole bacon, chili, classic, or portabello mushroom for the vegetarians), gooey mac and cheese, fish tacos with spicy mayo cabbage slaw, and surf and turf steak with Cajun shrimp. Truly illustrating their ethos, their cocktails feature homemade infused vodkas, like the original ancho chili infused vodka for the perfect Bloody Mary. No longer just a place to get a little hair of the dog (aka brunch), now their slamming food can be had morning through night, seven days a week! (Text: Rei Matsuoka)

Cabslam, Innstr.47, 12045 Berlin-Neukölln
Daily 10-24h

For big genuine Thanksgiving dinner (Thur 27.11.2014) call +49 30 6869624 or email cabslam@googlemail.com

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A SLOW ESCAPE — A HYPER-THEATRICAL DOCU PERFORMANCE

A SLOW ESCAPE — A HYPER-THEATRICAL DOCU PERFORMANCE

Traveling from Norway to Venice on foot is quite a challenge, both physical and mental. Catharine H. Kølle made this walk through the pre-industrial European imperial world in 1841. Performance artist Karen Røise Kiellandfollowed the same route in 2011, but this time through the post-industrial European Union. In her piece “A Slow Escape”, the physical trip becomes a psychological tracing, revealing strategic wisdom necessary when facing the unknown; a poetic intervention only for three nights, so don’t miss out. (Text: Nina Trippel)

Theaterdiscounter, Klosterstr.44, 10179 Berlin-Mitte
“A Slow Escape” Thu 13.11. - Sat 15.11.2014, from 20h

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ANKE KREY RECOMMENDS: KNOPF UND SCHNALLE

ANKE KREY RECOMMENDS: KNOPF UND SCHNALLE

You will find over 15,000 buttons made of everything from mother-of-pearl, glass, metal, buffalo horn and rhinestone at Knopf und Schnalle located in Wilmersdorf. Beautifully assorted by material and color, this shop has been selling buttons since 1974 – the year when Monika Schönfelder met her husband-to-be. For the owner, “a button is not just a button, it is an adornment, an accessory.” The “jet buttons” are the perfect example. Made from black faceted glass, they’ve existed since the death of the Prince Consort of Queen Victoria; she used them as mourning buttons. Others include enormous green buttons made from mother-of-pearl, Italian buttons, or special buttons for kids. You may be the lucky finder of some old models, or tuxedo ribbons or denim trims from the seventies. In between horsehair padding and rickracks, you’ll find a surprise: a CD with writings from the deceased actor Friedrich Schoenfelder, mostly known for his character in Edgar Wallace movies. (Photos: Anke Krey)

Knopf und Schnalle, Uhlandstr.56, 10719 Berlin-Wilmersdorf
Mon-Fri 9-18h, Sat 10-14h

Anke Krey has lived in Berlin-Schöneberg since 1992. She is a trained communication designer, and currently works as a tutor and photographer.

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LAUNCH EVENT OF KUBAPARIS: THE NEW YOUNG ART MAGAZINE

LAUNCH EVENT OF KUBAPARIS: THE NEW YOUNG ART MAGAZINE

If you love prints, listen up: a new art magazine is born.Amelie gr. Darrelmann and Saskia Hohengarten have teamed up and brought KubaParis to life, offering insights on art as well as music, design and fashion. One may refer to this category as “lifestyle”, but they offer much more. Since the duo’s aim is to challenge the aesthetics norms and our social commitments, KubaParis approaches the usual subject from a different angle. Aren’t we all guilty of being trapped between trying to be critical, yet eager to be entertained in every possible way? To celebrate the launch, there is no need to travel to Havana or the Seine, their event together with an exhibition will be held in right here in Kreuzberg. (Text: Nina Trippel / Photos: Christian Werner)

Blockbuster Exhibitions, Mehringplatz 11, 10969 Berlin-Kreuzberg
Launch & exhibition: Sat 15.11.2014, 18-22h

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