I am Imanuel Marcus, The Berlin Spectator's founder and main editor. Before I came to Berlin, I lived all over the place, including in former Yugoslavia, where I was a war reporter. As a foreign correspondent for German and Swiss radio stations, I worked in the U.S. for almost 6 years. I also lived in Bulgaria and Mexico, meaning I know what it is like to be an expatriate. But I am a former Hamburger in Berlin.
Contact me here: imanuelmarcus (at) gmail.com
After some two weeks of cooler and partially wet weather, the summer will finally return to Berlin, meteorologists believe. On Wednesday, temperatures will supposedly start rising again, and the weekend could turn out to be rather hot.
The 'Spiegel' accuses two Jewish organizations of "systematically influencing" Germany's foreign policy and "aggressive lobby tactics". The reader can only guess why the publication sees Jewish lobbyists in a bad light.
Millions of anniversaries are taking place right here in Berlin. "What in the hell is this dude talking about?" Well, he is talking about absolutely everything. There are as many as five major anniversaries.
It is easy to say dealing with the increasing number of passengers was out of the BVG's depth, dear 'Morgenpost' daily. But those constant accusations seem a little artificial, especially now that the BVG's chairlady explained the situation in an in-depth interview you just published.