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Berlin Hosts Ironman Competition

Berlin Hosts Ironman Competition

Leave the tin cans behind, the real Iron Men are coming to Berlin and they don't need a super suit orshiny shins to pull off some herculean feats that most men could only dream of; these world class athletes are superhuman all on their own.

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Sandra Bullock Takes Son To Berlin

Sandra Bullock Takes Son To Berlin

In a crowning moment of heartwarming and and touching display of motherly love, Sandra Bullock brought her three year old son on tour through Berlin. Shimmering with the radiance of a mother in love, Bullock and her son Louis were aninseparablepair until dinner time for the wee tot, when Bullock took to the German streets solo.

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Berlin NASCAR Tragedy Mourned By Comrade

Berlin NASCAR Tragedy Mourned By Comrade

There's nothing more shocking than losing a comrade, and though Kasey Kahne and Jason Leffler might have been competitors, his tragic loss of life in Berlin was the loss of a friend. Mourning his passing and making a special appearance in Berlin, Kahne spoke publicly about Leffler's passing with a moving display of camaraderie and loss.

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Berlin City Palace Restored After Half A Century

Berlin City Palace Restored After Half A Century

It's hard, being a generation removed from the trauma of the mid 20th century, to truly imagine the damage dealt to Berlin and other cities across Europe, but Berlin is still bouncing back from the damage. Restoring the Berlin City Palace and bringing a beautiful new construction for visitors and locals to visit, Berlin is finally closing some very old wounds.

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Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang Visits Berlin For Debate

Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang Visits Berlin For Debate

In an impressive case of east meets west, China's very own Prime Minister Li Keqiang has personally arrived in Berlin with a delegation meant to debate various trade issues. Making the visit more significant, and perhaps signifying a deeper relation with Germany, the premier will not be visiting other countries within the EU.

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2015 Champions League Set For Berlin's Olympic Stadium

2015 Champions League Set For Berlin's Olympic Stadium

It's official, the UEFA has spoken and Berlin's Olympic Stadium has been selected for the 2015 Champions League final. The impressive stadium, built almost a century ago and still amongst the worlds most impressive, is a familiar sight to football fans the world over and soon it will once more find itself at the center of attention.

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Berlin Opera Revives Viktor Ullmann's ?The Emperor From Atlantis?

Berlin Opera Revives Viktor Ullmann's ?The Emperor From Atlantis?

It's very poetic, even if otherwise terribly saddening, that it is so often only from within the depths of horror and darkness arise works like the latest to set to be performed by a Berlin orchestra, Viktor Ullmann's “The Emperor from Atlantis.” Preserved despite the composer's tragic death at the hands of the Nazi party, the opera will finally be made known.

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Randy Veldman Triumphs in 7th Berlin Raceway Feature

Randy Veldman Triumphs in 7th Berlin Raceway Feature

n Raceway has heated up like never before, but it was Randy Veldman who stole the show with an impressive break from 15 years of mediocrity into a sudden and intense winning spree dating back since the middle of last year. Taking his 7th feature on the track, Veldman continues to impress.

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Yoko Ono Brings Birthday Bash to Berlin

Yoko Ono Brings Birthday Bash to Berlin

Yoko Ono has had her share of fans and detractors over the years, but it's hard to discredit her staying power in a world that moves away from the idols and celebrities of yonder and with a celebration of her birthday in Berlin, she's still one to make headlines. Famous for her involvement with the beatles, but more relevantly for her artistic career, Ono's 80th was met with a sold-out Plastic Ono Band concert, led by her very own son.

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Berlin Burgeoning With Film Festivities

Berlin Burgeoning With Film Festivities

Berlin doesn't have a ubiquitous reputation as a patron of the arts like Paris, but that doesn't mean they don't have an appreciation for the fine as exemplified with the Berlinale or Berlin International Film Festival as it's known to foreign audiences. Bringing together and showcasing some of the finest examples of 21st century film, including the Iranian Mr. Panahi and the French-Canadian Denis Côté.

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Traditional Weaving Revived in Berlin

Traditional Weaving Revived in Berlin

Isabell de Hillerin has made her residence in Berlin and launched a new label that's actually very, very old. Starting from nothing more a tiny workshop in a hip area of town, she has reached out to find the perfect style, and found it in traditional weaving patterns from Romania and Moldova. Half business and half preservation, Hillerin's business is flourishing and appearing in stores the world over.

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Berlin A New Patron of the Arts

Berlin A New Patron of the Arts

The arts have found a new home and loving patron in the form of Berlin as artists the world over flood the city with all manner of the arts blossoming across the city. From long lasting jazz clubs to curious but stylish street art, Berlin has been on a steady rise in terms of art and culture for decades culminating in its modern fusion of world-wide culture.

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Berlin Wall Under Siege

Berlin Wall Under Siege

Though it's been decades since the darn thing “fell,” it may come as a surprise to some that Berlin's infamous wall still stands and local residents plan to keep it that way. Despite its historical “destruction,” parts of the wall have remained in place as a historical reminder and monument to the strife, triumph, and reunification of the nation. All of this is now under threat by the greatest evil of capitalism: housing developments, and local residents are prepared to fight.

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The Night Scene in Berlin

The Night Scene in Berlin

With so many amazing things to do and see in Berlin, deciding on what you should do while visiting this lively city can be a somewhat daunting task.

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Café Einstein

Café Einstein

A great spot to take a few minutes out of a hectic vacation schedule, Café Einstein is a place where you can sit sown, relax, and truly enjoy your time in one of the best cafes in Berlin.

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Chamaleon Theater

Chamaleon Theater

A highly recommended attraction in Berlin, the Chamaleon Theater is an extremely fun place to visit that provides guests with cool shows, lively humor and a good selection of food and drink.

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