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For Young Artists, All Roads Now Lead to a Happening Berlin

By RICHARD B. WOODWARD

Published: March 13, 2005

"Nobody works in Berlin," he said, picking up his book again. "Everyone's either an artist or a politician."

It's an old tune, bohemia, and Berlin has heard it before, notably during the Weimar Republic. Lou Reed and David Bowie lived in Berlin during the 1970's and sang about its degenerate charms, as Brecht and Weill had celebrated them in the 20's.

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http://travel2.nytimes.com/2005/03/13/travel/13berlin.html

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we were there two years back visiting a musician and his artist GF who was opening her show of sand paintings, i loved it, the energy. it reminded me of NYC, complete w/the trash all over but the people were much nicer.

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Berlin was and still is the place to display art and music that's never been seen and heard before without people throwing potatoes to you

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where do they throw potatoes?

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