On tour in the Jewish quarter today and saw many new ‘stumble stones’ (plaques dedicated to Holocaust victims, usually at their former residences) with floral tributes. Although the stones almost always describe deportation and murder, do note ‘Oskar Adler, born 1902, survived with assistance.’
Annual tour with the Calgary Stampede crew: annual outing of my cowboy shirt!
Gorgeous day with this pair in town for Berlinale!
When you really need those spices, we can always find somewhere in Kreuzberg to get them!
It’s never too cold for some Cold War history!
Last month in queer history, I was getting interviewed in an exhibition about gay dalliances in public toilets. And people ask why I moved to Berlin!
Last September, I had a marvellous chance to visit Germany’s largest synagogue (on Rykestrasse, Berlin) with a Holocaust survivor.
Back in July 2017, I met with Christian Fuchs from Berliner Rundfunk 91.4 for an interview (in German!) about my Queer Tours! Here we are together outside Nollendorfplatz U-bahn station.
What a lovely morning tracking family history in West Berlin’s Bavarian quarter!