In Eviction Noticed our senior editor Bruce Falconer writes on the history and legacy of the Tacheles building in the former East Berlin, which has been a home for “musicians, artists, radicals, addicts, and dropouts from both sides of the Wall” and essentially a “counterculture utopia inside the power vacuum” for well over a decade. Check out the piece here to see just how Tacheles fought against its own city’s gentrification.

In Eviction Noticed our senior editor Bruce Falconer writes on the history and legacy of the Tacheles building in the former East Berlin, which has been a home for “musicians, artists, radicals, addicts, and dropouts from both sides of the Wall” and essentially a “counterculture utopia inside the power vacuum” for well over a decade. Check out the piece here to see just how Tacheles fought against its own city’s gentrification.

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    Way to go, Bruce!
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