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Altes Hafenamt

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Soap & Glory

‘True soap’ pioneers Hanna and Johan Olzon Åkerström chat to Jane Anderson about their 10-year journey from kitchen table to flourishing sustainable business.

Screen If You Want To Go Faster

A sure way to access the artists, hipsters, alternative cultures and the underground creative pulse of any given city is to get yourself to an independent, arthouse cinema. Matt Charlton recommends top screens.

The Power of Water

In the heart of Hamburg’s St. Pauli district is the Millerntor Stadium, home to the St. Pauli football club. Come summertime when the team is resting, art takes over the stadium. And furthermore, art with a serious purpose and a huge sense of fun!

From Street to Plate

Jane Anderson chats to Nuriel Molcho about his family’s thriving restaurant business NENI and its kaleidoscopic Israeli street food

On the Crest of a Wave

From Düsseldorf to Tokyo, the 15-year-old German Celine Dornick is dominating the global rapid surfing competition circuit, one city wave at a time

Saluti! The Taste of Bella Italia—Bottled in Hamburg.

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Hamburg’s Got Groove

Hamburg’s iconic Elbphilharmonie is just as famous for its insane acoustics as it is for its programme, which weaves traditional classical music together with rock bands, festivals, and jazz — like the Scandinavian piano band Rymden, for example. On the occasion of their concert, we met the jazz trio in the so-called ‘Elphi’, where we delved into the history of the concert hall and considered, among other questions, whether jazz is the classical music of the 21st century.

The Tastes of Tel Aviv

Haya Molcho and her sons, the family behind eatery empire NENI, have written a new cookery book about the people of Tel Aviv and their culinary histories. And it has recipes too. The most important ingredient? Friends with whom to share what you make.


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