Berlin Calling is a never-before-told account of the Berlin Wall’s momentous crash, narrated through the divided city’s street artists and punk rockers, impresarios and underground agitators. Paul Hockenos, who lived in Berlin during these exciting times, offers us an original chronicle of 1989’s “peaceful revolution,” which upended communism in East Germany, and the wild, permissive post-Wall years of artistic ferment and pirate utopias, when protest and idealism, subaltern techno clubs and sprawling squats were the order of the day.
A light lunch will be provided to the first 35 respondents. Please RSVP to Linda Booska at x5310 or at firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, September 25, 2017.
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