Get SF Weekly Newsletters

You searched for:

  • [X]Berlin Wall
Start over

Search for…

Narrow Search

News, Sucka Free City The Sweet That Costs: San Francisco's "Soda Tax" Goes Further Than Soda

The Sweet That Costs: San Francisco's "Soda Tax" Goes Further Than Soda

Coca-Cola is The Pause That Refreshes and The Real Thing. It also turns out to be extremely malleable. For decades it symbolized the Free West of handsome soldiers, white-suited soda jerks, and wholesome bathing beauties; this was the sort of…
Tags: , , , , ,
Music, BeatBox Robag Wruhme: Show Preview

Robag Wruhme: Show Preview

Before the Berlin Wall fell, East German producer Gabor Schablitzki could barely get his hands on Western music, much less make it. Maybe that's why his odd minimal techno tracks as Robag Wruhme push aside stylistic barriers and seriously fuck…
Tags: , , , ,
Music, Berlin techno producer Ellen Allien steers to innerspace

Berlin techno producer Ellen Allien steers to innerspace

The fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 abruptly offered sizable options for euphoric electronic music fans. Formerly grayed-out factories-turned-clubs played host to a flush of activity. Warehouse spaces — cheap, plentiful, and relatively unpoliced — bulged with the exaggerated…
Tags: , , , , ,
Culture, Stage She Stands Alone

She Stands Alone

Most people know that the Hedwig phenomenon started as a play in Greenwich Village, but many wouldn't know, from the movie, that the person playing Hedwig in the live production has to be several people at once -- as if…
Tags: , , , , ,
Calendar, Night&Day Invisible Walls

Invisible Walls

By definition, a wall is a solid structure made of bricks, stones, or wood designed to separate and delineate, to keep someone or something out (or in). Think Great Wall of China or the Berlin Wall. But in the Orthodox…
Tags: , , , , ,