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The traditional shop in Berlin continued: the "bookseller" says goodbye and arranges for her successor - neighborhoods - Berlin

The traditional shop in Berlin continued: the “bookseller” says goodbye and arranges for her successor – neighborhoods – Berlin

Meanwhile, our twelve newsletters have been subscribed to more than 263,000 times across Berlin. Every Tuesday we broadcast from Spandau, Marzahn-Hellersdorf and Tempelhof-Schöneberg. You can order our newsletter from these 3 Berlin districts, like all other district newsletters from Tagesspiegel, here for free: People.

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Sigrid Knesset reports from TEMPELHOF-SCHÖNEBERG:

  • Multiple Award Winner, Great History, Neighborhood Institution: After 47 years, Christian Fritsch-Wythe (“The Bookseller”) deposits the Bayerischer Platz Library, which will remain in the neighbourhood. More on this in our newsletter, other topics include:
  • Lessons for Ukrainian boys and girls: there are still places for learning groups in the Schöneberg Help initiative
  • Controversial development plan for Marienhöfe: a special meeting of the construction committee
  • Romy Schneider memorial: Greens apply for plaque
  • A Heart for Horses: Lease of a Pony Farm
  • Against a lot of pressure and grade pressure: The Children and Youth Parliament Movement

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Joanna Treblin of MARZAHN-HELLERSDORF writes:

  • Transcend Ahrensfelde – Citizens and Politicians Want to Reopen Planning
  • This was Marzahn Pride
  • Artist Jorn Ebner Required to Stay in a Refugee Home for a Month
  • School pavilions for primary school in the factory
  • The district shall inspect the wind turbines on the rooftops of the district
  • Lack of training opportunities for roller sports
  • Motion Atlas of Marzahn-Hellersdorf – a snapshot of all the sporting offerings
  • Alice Salomon University opens start-up center
  • Exchange of ideas: “Marzan – what are you dreaming of?”

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Andrei Gork reports from Spandau:

  • Wasteland, bare squares, treeless: a Berlin senator visits the water city of Spandau. The newsletter contains an on-site check before the big political visit from downtown Berlin
  • Everyone knows “Little Venice,” but who lives an idyllic stroll? Head of “Freunde Klein-Venedigs” (Friends of Little Venice) talks in the newsletter about heat, mosquitoes, vegetarians, tourism problems – and Spandau Town Hall wishes
  • “I Met Bela B. from Doctors”: Exclusive photo of two Spandau music legends is in our newsletter
  • BVG Bus to Bathing Lake? City Transportation Counselor talks about roadblocks and bus ideas in the newsletter
  • Will the Berliner Tor at Gutspark Kladow be demolished? Baustadtrat solves the riddle of scaffolding in the leaflet
  • Happy birthday my dear BVG ferry F10!
  • The most famous Spandau restaurants are for sale
  • Three tips for Fete de la Musique
  • Newsletter visits the DLRG tower in Scharfen Lanke – and you are allowed to go upstairs with the photo camera
  • SC Siemensstadt: Sports grounds renovated and youth coaches honored
  • Young professional from Hertha BSC: Claador Anton Cady will move to FC Basel
  • Hitler’s Bronze Horses Coming to Spandau: It’s Now Clear Where to See Them
  • Havelaradweg in Gatow: the 800-meter section has been lost for years – the leaflet 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 the newsletters of people of the other district of 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 email addresses you will find in our newsletters.