Karaoke, garden reading, free tickets and more neighborhood culture

With our people newsletters, which have meanwhile been subscribed to more than 262,000 times throughout Berlin, this special week continues with Neukölln, Mitte and Reinickendorf (as always on Wednesdays) as well as Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, Pankow and Steglitz-Zehlendorf (otherwise on Thursdays ). You can order our newsletter from these six Berlin districts, like all other district newsletters from the Tagesspiegel, here free of charge: people.tagesspiegel.de.

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Christian Hönicke reports from the PANKOW district (with Prenzlauer Berg and others):

  • Comeback tour: The famous Mauerpark karaoke returns after a two-year break
  • “Very improbable”: district against fixed noise protection shell in Mauerpark
  • Cases allowed, hanging up notes forbidden: The fight for 26 ash trees on Werneuchener Wiese between the district office and residents takes on absurd features
  • Provisional against lateral thinkers: New poster at the Gethsemane Church after the theft
  • Traffic counting completed: Kiezblock in the Arnimviertel is “entering the hot phase”
  • Five years backlog: the district office cannot keep up when setting up pedestrian crossings that have been decided on

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Boris Buchholz reports from STEGLITZ-ZEHLENDORF:

  • “Alone”: garden reading with Daniel Schreiber
  • In the green artist-Ahrenshoop of the southwest: Allotment gardeners invite you to the art mile – and report where the garden shoe pinches
  • “In the end something is still possible”: Theater group “Rosa wrinkles” about getting old
  • New splendor for the Zehlendorfer Dorfaue: Great cinema or missed opportunity?
  • The latest status of planning for the mammoth project in Lichterfelde-Süd: 200 interested people came to the thermometer settlement
  • Get in please! Steglitz and Zehlendorf are to become regional train stations – Berlin and Brandenburg agree on the reactivation of the main railway line
  • ‘No one deserves this’: Response to the desecration of the ‘Pillar of Prisoners’
  • Grandmas and students visited the Ravensbrück concentration camp: “I think it’s so terrible what people do to other people”
  • Ideas for the children and youth household in 2022? Bring it on

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Corinna von Bodisco writes from FRIEDRICHSHAIN-KREUZBERG:

  • Raffle: free tickets for Starsailor’s “20th Anniversary Tour” at the Lido
  • Opening with art and jazz in the Zemin Garden gallery
  • Name wanted for new addition to America Memorial Library
  • “Food, Earth, Harvest”: Visit to the community garden, children of men
  • Even more expensive than planned – up to 3.75 million euros for the planned Kottiwache
  • Dinner with Interior Senator postponed to Kotti-Wacht
  • Discussion soon in the aquarium: perception of security and conflicts of use at Kotti
  • “It’s important that things in public space don’t go unnoticed by residents and users” – new park councilor elected for the Görli
  • Time of solidarity: urgently needed volunteers
  • Information events to support refugees

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Lisa Erzsa Weil reports from REINICKENDORF:

  • After a two-year break: Waidmannsluster Kiezfest comes at the beginning of July
  • From May 25th: Mobility assistance service Reinickendorf of the Unionhilfswerk offers rickshaw rides – volunteers wanted
  • Information event “Time of Solidarity”: What homeless women really need
  • Cyclist injured by car door and Berlin-wide “Ride of Silence”
  • Only a few days left: Online participation for tram planning between Urban Tech Republic and Spandau Town Hall
  • CDU parliamentary group starts district tour
  • DLRG: Rescue operation after the end of service on Lake Tegel

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Julia Weiss reports from the MITTE district:

  • Greens, SPD and Left want to keep Café Leo against the will of the district office
  • BVV votes for the neighborhood block on Auguststrasse
  • Demolition of residential buildings on Tegeler Strasse: What is Bayer planning at the Wedding site?
  • Racism accusation against ticket inspectors: opera singer Jeremy Osborne is suing the BVG
  • Volunteers wanted from Mitte for homeless count
  • Call for donations at Berlin Central Station: hygiene items for refugees from Ukraine are running out
  • BVV votes for free menstrual products in public buildings in Mitte

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Madlen Haarbach writes from NEUKÖLLN:

  • We want to bring Ringsleben to life”: Autonomous youth project revitalizes old parking lot in Buckow
  • More than 500,000 visitors during the last days of May in Hasenheide
  • CDC Festival of Black Dance Cultures
  • First inclusive playground opened in Gropiusstadt
  • 25th International Sports Pool Cup of the SG Neukölln
  • 13 arson attacks since October: residents of the Hufeisensiedlung concerned
  • Neukölln does not currently have an advisory board for people with disabilities
  • BSR garbage collection dates are postponed, yellow bags are out

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In our newsletters from Mitte, Neukölln, Reinickendorf and of course in all other district people newsletters from the Tagesspiegel, you can refer to the birthdays of friends, life partners, relatives, neighbors, colleagues, business partners, etc. or even congratulate yourself with a few nice words. Write to our authors, whose e-mail addresses you will find in the newsletters.

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