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Sechste: April Favorites

Milan
Berlin, am 19. April 2017

Hallo zusammen!

So I don’t know about you, but I am very fickle in my interests. Now of course, some of them stay constant, such as my love for vintage things, but others change as quickly as the weather in Berlin. Which, speaking of the weather, has me very confused as one day it is a sunny 20 degrees, and the next it’s rainy and cold. Ugh. Oh well! I digress. But as I was saying, so for the most part, I tend to have different favorites almost every month, including favorite songs, TV Shows, foods, etc. This month, I decided to tell you a little about what I have been loving these past few weeks in Berlin.

Art: So, going on right now is a Jan Toorop exhibit in the Bröhan Museum in Charlottenburg. If you are into Kunst museums and/or galleries, I highly recommend this! Advertisements for this exhibits can ever been sienna the S/U-Bahn stations around Berlin, featuring a picture of one of Toorop’s works, „Fatalism“.

Food: Recently I have become dependent on a morning Frühstück smoothie called „Get Up and Goji“ from this awesome little healthy business called Goodies. There are a few, maybe three or four, around Berlin and they serve everything from Veggie Burgers, to Zimtschnecken, to even raw Kuchen. If you are looking for a healthy, tasty meal that’s not too pricey, I definitely suggest visiting this little cafe.

Berlin activity: This place that I have fell in love with recently is probably the most popular Sehenswürdigkeit in Berlin. Tourists from all over the world to visit this incredible attraction full of history. If you haven’t already guessed it, yep, I am talking about the East Side Gallery. This place is incredible, and if you can manage to get around the throngs of people and really get up close to enjoy the art, then the time you will have will be great! In fact, lucky for you in you have never visited the East Side Gallery before, Deutsch Akademie is actually providing a cultural day there that you can sign up for until the end of this week. So if you haven’t already signed up, what are you waiting for? Go, go, go!

TV Serie: Tatort! Ok fun story. I actually learned about this show in Deutsch Akademie when we were talking about the lesson that covered TV and Radio information. Our teacher mentioned how this show is the epitome of German culture and it’s even shown in public showings. Basically it’s about different detectives all over DE and their journeys to catch Täter. So if you like crime shows, and want to delve deeper into the culture of Deutschland, I highly recommend you tune in on Sundays or watch it online.

Musik: This is probably my favorite category to write about, as I am always finding new songs and artists that I would to share. This month, I have found soooo much new content, but alas, I must stick to only a few songs for the sake of Blog length. Now, I’m not going to tell you anything except the title because if I were to tell you the Genre, you would probably become very biased and may not even listen to my suggestion. Therefore, artist and title only. 1) „Volare“ by Dean Martin, a classic. 2) „Get You“ by Daniel Caesar. 3) „Chained to the Rhythm“ by Katy Perry, it’s popular for a reason: it’s catchy! 4) „Sign of the Times“, by Harry Styles, I know what you’re thinking but don’t be judgmental just give it a listen! Last but not least 5) „Seeräuber Jenny“ bu Lotte Lenya, to be perfectly honest it is not a great jam, and it’s quite annoying to the ears at some parts, but it is an entertaining song that’s easy to follow along as it tells a story and bonus, it’s in Deutsch (if you couldn’t tell by the title haha). Üben! 

Bücher: Normally I’m a fiction kind of gal, but the other day I walked into this great Science and Sci-Fi Buchhandlung called Otherland  in Kreuzberg, and I saw these two books and decided to try them out. The first being Cosmos, by Carl Sagan. I’ve always loved Carl Sagan and (fun fact: he actually passed away on my birthday) I’ve read his other book called Dragons in Eden (which I highly recommend) so I really wanted to give this one a read.

Some incredible pictures included in Cosmos, by Carl Sagan.

The other book is called Homo Sapiens, by  Yuval Noah Harari. They are both incredible! Homo Sapiens tells the story of the history of humans and how we evolved, and Cosmos tells of, well, our Cosmos and everything in it, including Earth and all it’s inhabitants. Now, I don’t want to give too much information away, but trust me if you are looking to read a book curled up in a blanket during this still chilly weather, then I definitely recommend these!

I hope you actually try out some of my Vorschläge! Until then, bis bald.

-Milan 🙂

 

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