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The Blue Stocking

” In some of the night clubs, men and women produced little boxes with mysterious-looking powders at which they would sniff from time to time. Their eyes would begin to sparkle, and they would behave for the rest of the … Continue reading

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Clärchens Ballhaus

Situated in Auguststrasse in the Mitte district of Berlin, Clärchens Ballhaus is possibly the last original Weimar-era dancehall still surviving and, very much, in operation today. It was opened in 1913 by Fritz Bühler as Bühler’s Ballhaus. It became known … Continue reading

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