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HAY FOR SONOS — CRISP SOUND IN A FRESH COLOR PALETTE

HAY FOR SONOS — CRISP SOUND IN A FRESH COLOR PALETTE

You don’t have to be a synesthete to embrace the connection between color and sound, though a little help from design experts doesn’t hurt. Sonos has teamed up with Danish design darlings Hay to launch a limited edition set of five Sonos One speakers in tones as rich as those coming out of them. The color options (Pale Yellow, Light Grey, Soft Pink, Forest Green and Vibrant Red), were selected from the Hay palette 2018, designed to add a jolt of eye-catching contrast to any room — and provide the seamless sound experience ensured by the Alexa-integrated Sonos One speaker. Test them out for yourself tonight at a launch celebration at Sonos Store Berlin, where local artists Quintessenz have created a custom installation that will be accompanied by NTS-curated “Sound of Color” mixes, as well as drinks and finger food — plus the chance to take your favorite color straight home with you. RSVP here. (Text: Anna Dorothea Ker / Photos: Sonos)

Sonos Store Berlin, Oranienburger Str.83, 10178 Berlin-Mitte, map

Sonos x Hay Open House: Art installation by Quintessenz, 8.11.2018, 17-21h. RSVP here, view Hay for Sonos One.

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VIA FILM AND FOOD, CLAM CLUB SHINES THE SPOTLIGHT ON WOMEN

VIA FILM AND FOOD, CLAM CLUB SHINES THE SPOTLIGHT ON WOMEN

One film, multiple courses and myriad new connections brought together from a feminist perspective: Founded by Kathrin Kuna in November 2017, Clam Club has been turning the spotlight on women who are working wonders in the film and food industries in Berlin and beyond. All genders are invited to experience an evening of inspiration, exchange and delicious food: the 6th round of which takes place next Saturday (10.11) at Pahr. In focus (and in conversation) this round are the multi-talented Leila El-Kayem, whose second short film, “Don’t Trust the Border”, will be screened — along with a dance performance by Jessica Nupen, whose choreography the film reinterprets. Taking care of the food will be Joyce Hermlin, a Kenyan-born chef takes inspiration from her grandmother’s farm in her cooking. If previous editions are anything to go by, this is one evening you won’t want to miss. Round up your friends and secure your tickets here. (Text: Anna Dorothea Ker / Photos: Luke Marshall Johnson)

Pahr, Böttgerstr.16, 13357 Berlin-Wedding; map
Clam Club No.6, 10.11.2018, 18.30h: TicketsFacebook event

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DOING GOOD, WORKING WELL: IN CONVERSATION WITH SARA NURU

DOING GOOD, WORKING WELL: IN CONVERSATION WITH SARA NURU

Curious about the secrets to success of women doing it for themselves? This Saturday (27.10.) Sara Nuru, entrepreneur, charity ambassador and model will be at Google Pixel Studio, a pop-up space for creativity and connectivity, to share the goals, challenges and accomplishments of the work she does with “Menschen für Menschen“, a charity working together with the local population in rural Ethiopia on projects ranging from farming and the supply of clean drinking water to education and health. Together with her sister, Sali, Sara also runs the fair trade specialty coffee label NuruCoffee, which works together with women coffee growers in Ethiopia. This weekend, she’ll be sharing her experiences in conversation as a recording for her upcoming podcast — which will also take her to Google Pixel Studios in Hamburg and Munich. Whether you’re interested in entrepreneurship, humanitarianism or empowering leadership, the session promises to motivate and inspire. P.S. This is only one of many events inviting you to meet creative leaders across a wide range of disciplines to hear their stories. Find out more here. (Text: Anna Dorothea Ker / Photos: c/o Sara Nuru, Google Pixel Studio)

Google Pixel Studio, Rosenthaler Str.36, 10178 Berlin-Mitte; map

19.10.-15.11.2018, Mon-Sat 12-20h, Program

Female Founder Day with Sara Nuru, 27.10.2018, from 16h. Facebook Event

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BERGAMOTTE JUNGLE FEVER POP-UP: A BOTANIC TREASURE TROVE

BERGAMOTTE JUNGLE FEVER POP-UP: A BOTANIC TREASURE TROVE

If like us, you’re determined to keep your urban greenhouse (read: living room) flourishing throughout winter, Salon am Moritzplatz is where you’ll want to be this Friday, Saturday or Sunday, (26.-28.10.2018), 10h sharp. That’s where you’ll find 1000 fairly-priced plants, plus a selection of terracotta pots, baskets and specially-designed tins to keep your new green darlings hydrated and happy in. That’s thanks to Bergamotte — the French botanic atelier has spent the autumn touring Germany, offering up a lush selection of greenery — from monsteras and palms to aloe vera and cacti — to plant lovers and their apartments all over the country. Now they’re in the capital, get in early with your own XXL carry solution — in honor of the environment, Bergamotte is bag-free. P.S. This is just the beginning — from spring 2019, Bergamotte will launch its German online store — meaning plants sent fresh to your door. Sign up to be the first to know when it’s happening. (Text: Anna Dorothea Ker / Photos: Bergamotte)

Bergamotte “Jungle Fever” Pop-Up, Salon am Moritzplatz, Oranienstr.58, 10969 Berlin-Kreuzberg; map

26.-28.10.2018, 10-19h. InstagramFacebook

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NEW FLAVORS, NEW SKILLS — GET HANDS-ON AT STADT LAND FOOD

NEW FLAVORS, NEW SKILLS — GET HANDS-ON AT STADT LAND FOOD

Sour beer tastings, fish smoking, butter churning — whatever food fad you’re into at the moment, you’ll find a community and a DIY outlet for it this weekend at Stadt Land Food, hosted by Markthalle Neun together with the who’s who of the Berlin food scene. Guided by the slogan “Good Food for All” and focusing on the connection between ethical farming and ethical food, this year’s edition of the festival, on this weekend, will see the beloved market hall spill out onto Lausitzer Platz and beyond with street food from local vendors, and a special edition farmer’s market featuring 150 producers from around Europe — from Sicilian almonds to Portuguese sardines. And then there are the talks, demonstrations and workshops. Ever wanted to learn how to make your own cheesehoney or pickled vegetables? Or improve your tasting notes when sampling coffee or Pet Nat? Come hungry — you’ll be leaving anything but. (Text: Anna Dorothea Ker / Photos: Markthalle Neun)

P.S. We’re giving away a double pass to the wild oyster shucking workshop on Sunday (in English). Drop us a notesaying why you should be there to win them!

Stadt Land Food Festival at Markthalle Neun, Eisenbahnstr.42/43, 10997 Berlin-Kreuzberg; map
6.10.2018: 9-21h, 7.10.2018: 9-17h. Registration required for many events, full program here.

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