Last week, #nights2016 stadt-nach-acht conference on the nighttime economy took place in several Berlin nightclubs (mainly Watergate, Musik&Frieden, Salon zur wilden Renate). I had the pleasure to host three panels and be an active participant in discussions for the rest of the time. A lot has been written already, but Continue reading
The night is the beautiful time and place for perculiar protagonists who are hurt by daylight.
Leiden felt to me like Bruges to Colin Farrell. Well, I haven’t shot anybody and I was not haunted by the past and my boss, but still… Continue reading
An der Tür zu arbeiten heißt: arbeiten bei Nacht, ohne Versicherungsschutz, mit mäßiger Bezahlung, dafür aber potenziell jeder Menge Ärger – klingt erstmal wenig attraktiv. Warum arbeiten Menschen dann an der Tür und das teilweise auch noch ziemlich gern? Continue reading
There are morning persons who wake up, are full of energy, and love life instantly. Hard to believe, but true. And there is the suffering rest of mankind who has to struggle every single morning. For them, getting up is a prolonged real-life nightmare. Continue reading
the night is dissonant and offbeat.
Just imagine there is a workshop called “Cohabiter les nuits urbaines” a.k.a. “Urban Night-life” – who do you think would be applying for it? Exactly. And the good news is: my proposal got accepted! Continue reading
Isn’t the transition between daytime and nighttime an impressive spectacle? Continue reading