“The bookseller” says goodbye and has arranged her successor

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Sigrid Kneist reports from TEMPELHOF-SCHÖNEBERG:

  • Winner of multiple awards, great history, an institution in the neighborhood: After 47 years, Christiane Fritsch-Weith (“The Bookseller”) is saying goodbye to the Bayerischer Platz bookshop, which will remain in the neighborhood. More on this in the newsletter, other topics include:
  • Lessons for Ukrainian boys and girls: The learning groups of the “Schöneberg helps” initiative still have places
  • Controversial development plan for the Marienhöfe: special meeting of the building committee
  • Memory of Romy Schneider: Greens apply for a memorial plaque
  • A heart for horses: Lease agreement for a pony farm
  • Against too much stress and the pressure of grades: Motion of the Children and Youth Parliament

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Johanna Treblin writes from MARZAHN-HELLERSDORF:

  • Ahrensfelde bypass – Citizens’ initiatives and politicians want to reopen planning
  • That was the Marzahn Pride
  • The artist Jorn Ebner is required to reside in the refugee home for one month
  • School pavilions for the elementary school at the mill
  • District should check wind turbines on the district’s roofs
  • Lack of training opportunities for roller sports clubs
  • Movement atlas for Marzahn-Hellersdorf – all sports offers at a glance
  • Alice Salomon University opens start-up center
  • Exchange of ideas: “Marzahn – what do you dream of?”

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André Görke reports from SPANDAU:

  • Wasteland, bare squares, no trees: Berlin’s building senator visits the water town of Spandau. The newsletter contains the on-site check before the big political visit from downtown Berlin
  • Everyone knows “Little Venice”, but who lives in the excursion idyll? The head of the “Freunde Klein-Venedigs” (Friends of Little Venice) speaks in the newsletter about the heat, mosquitoes, vegans, tourist trouble – and wishes for the Spandau town hall
  • “I met Bela B. from the doctors”: The exclusive photo of two Spandau music legends is in the newsletter
  • BVG bus to the bathing lake? City Councilor for Transport talks about barriers and bus ideas in the newsletter
  • Will the “Berliner Tor” at Gutspark Kladow be demolished? Baustadtrat solves the riddle of the scaffolding in the newsletter
  • Happy birthday, dear BVG ferry F10!
  • Spandau’s most famous restaurant is for sale
  • Three tips for the Fete de la Musique
  • Newsletter visits the DLRG tower on the Scharfen Lanke – and is allowed to go upstairs for you with the photo camera
  • SC Siemensstadt: sports fields are renovated, youth coaches are honored
  • Young professional from Hertha BSC: Kladower Anton Kade is moving to FC Basel
  • Hitler’s bronze horses are coming to Spandau: now it’s clear where they can be seen
  • Havelradweg in Gatow: An 800-meter section has been missing for years – the newsletter mentions the new idea for the village center

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By the way, in our newsletters from Marzahn-Hellersdorf, Spandau, Tempelhof-Schöneberg and of course in all other district people newsletters from the Tagesspiegel, you can find out about the birthdays of friends, life partners, relatives, neighbors, colleagues, business partners etc. or 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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