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After the fall of the Berlin Wall, the city of Berlin became one of the coolest places on Earth. Lucian Busse’s ”Berlinized” focuses on the clubs, DJs and fashions of the newly free Berlin, and the director will speak after a screening at the Goethe Institute.
The musical legend of Bon Iver and frontman Justin Vernon began in an isolated cabin in the middle of the woods. The leafy surroundings of Merriweather Post Pavilion should be a perfect venue for the Best New Artist Grammy winning act’s full-bodied, orchestral songs.
The 2012 Small Press Expo spotlights independent comics, bringing hundreds of artists and writers to town to show off their masterpieces and talk about their work. This year’s line-up includes “Ghost World” creator Daniel Clowes, plus Gilbert and Jaime Hernandez, the brothers behind trailblazing series “Love and Rockets.”