Lucia Jay von Seldeneck & Verena Eidel



Lucia Jay von Seldeneck & Verena Eidel

The 2 Minute Interview

Lucia and Verena are two real Berliners through and through. At least they feel, live and breathe the city to its fullest. As the voice of the Heimathafen Neukölln and the dynamic duo behind the “111 places you should know” Empire, they summarize in word, image and experiences what’s hot between KW and Basdorf, what one should definitely know and, as of late, who. In their newest joint creation, they let us experience the most beautiful city of the world through the eyes, ears and mouths of 111 Berlin originals. Well, if that isn’t a reason to put them through their paces! By the way we’re giving away two freshly printed copys of the book to the berlin lovers among you. Just send an email entitled ‚YOU GOT IT?‘ to Let’s go!


Name: Lucia Jay von Seldeneck | Verena Eidel
Age: 38 | 40
Home: Berlin Kreuzberg | out in the sticks
Profession: Author / publicist of the Heimathafen Neukölln | Graphic Design/Photography
Show size: 40 | a little too big
Favourite spot in Berlin: The Landwehrkanal – from the Geranium terrace of the Ankerklause up to the Urbanhafen and further on to the cozy spot under the willow – it’s the perfect composition. | at least 222
Contact: |


The typical Berliner is…
Lucia: …charming, polite, attentive, courteous – and, of course, never at a loss for an answer: so ask away!
Verena: … a quite friendly contemporary in general, that likes being talked to in a brash and cheeky manner in order for him be able to answer adequately.


Friends are visiting Berlin for the first and last time. What will you do?
Lucia: Go where Berlin shows its true colours: First, a bus ride (Bus driver: “Please step out of the Lichtschranke. I have time. You don’t”). Then, to the Prinzenbad (Big bustle in front of the take-away stand, one guy loses his cool: “We all have to die, but I don’t like being shoved.”)– and finally to the Hasenschänke (A pot of coffee or a cold beer in nature, what more could you need to be happy – and here, and there, even Berliners can’t help being full of praise: „Can’t whinge about his, ey?“)
Verena: A drive through Berlin at night – always ready to jump off and into the melee… From Ku’damm up to Frankfurter Allee and back to Wannsee via Treptow. And if it were Summer, we’d go swimming.


Quick test: What does “out in the sticks” mean to you?
Lucia: It can mean anywhere outside of one’s own neighbourhood. You should always think twice before accepting an invitation there. If everything seems perfect – people, music, food, night bus connection – then it’s worth taking the risk. But in general it’s better to stay in your own hood and keep away from the sticks.
Verena: Well, it means out in the sticks – where I live, you know?


An encounter you’ll never forget:
Lucia: A regular Saturday afternoon somewhere in Berlin. Suddenly, a window on the first floor opens above me and a man dressed in a vest leans out: “Excuse me! One question! Is today Friday or Saturday?”
Verena: How a young man saved my night.


You HAVE to move to another city. Which one?
Lucia: Maybe Reykjavik. But it stays dark all day in Winter… Maybe Marseilles would be better? Hm, supposed to be dangerous there… Or Lisbon? That would be very far away though…
Verena: I would move to Marseilles – rough charm, open sea and instead of Curry Wurst they have oysters to go.


Why should everyone have seen at least one play/concert at the Heimathafen?
Lucia: Entertainment for the whole gang!
Verena: Because it’s really lovely – a living room with plenty of stucco on the ceiling.


Your favourite swearword?
Lucia: Idiot – that was the worst swearword my grandmother knew. It was used rarely but with unmistakable contempt. That was engrained in my memory.
Verena: Bugger and damnation! – what a question!


Which piece of art would you like to own?
Lucia: Tests – Owning something doesn’t make it more attractive!
Verena: I’m looking for a patron for a drawing of Fidus’ „Frei nach Dieffenbach“ – I would hang it in my kitchen. Until then I’ll make do with the print on a post card.


Which piece of art would you like to own?
Lucia: Tests – Owning something doesn’t make it more attractive!
Verena: I’m looking for a patron for a drawing of Fidus’ „Frei nach Dieffenbach“ – I would hang it in my kitchen. Until then I’ll make do with the print on a post card.


What should everyone have tried in their lifetime?
Lucia: Get in the S-Bahn, get out at the end of the line, ask for the nearest lake, walk to the lake through the forest, get in the water, keep swimming and swimming until the shore becomes a teenytiny speck on the horizon.  Verena: To love.


Wenn will BER open?
Lucia: WHO?
Verena: Ooooh, they can take their time – until then I won’t be pestered by air lanes over my bedroom.


With which famous Berliner (dead or alive) would you like to go out for drinks?
Lucia: Christoph Schlingensief, Mascha Kaléko, Joachim Ringelnatz, Rio Reiser – but maybe not all of them at once. Or maybe I should?
Verena: I’d choose a walk through Berlin with Franz Hessel or dancing with Anita Berber, but drinks… ?


A penguin wearing a sombrero comes into the Heimathafen and says:
Lucia: „What? I didn’t buy it – it was a farewell present from the guys in Mexico!”
Verena: Hola chicas! (That’s all the Spanish he knows)


What would you cook for us if we came to visit you?
Lucia: This weekend? Then it would be asparagus, of course!
Verena: Just come on over – I’m making chicory chicken!


What are you afraid of?
Lucia: Car doors opening when I’m riding my bike down Karl-Marx-Strasse – luckily it will be a construction site for the next couple of years!
Verena: Of total mechanisation.


When was last time you tried something new and what was it?
Lucia: I did a Swing dance class. Well, I couldn’t look into the mirror a whole lot because I had to concentrate on my feet so much – I’m guessing that didn’t look so great! Now I’m thinking about learning synchronised swimming.
Verena: Some kind of dessert in a banana leaf on the Thai lawn in the Preussenpark.


What should no one know about you?
Lucia: No secrets!
Verena: Everything.


What question should we have asked?
Lucia: What, that’s it? You seriously don’t want to know how we chose the 111 Berliners? But that’s our favourite question…
Verena: What I value most about the book „Fragebogen“ by Max Frisch.


Last words:
Lucia: Enough!
Verena: Others are responsible for those.


Kategorien: People | Autor: | Datum: 27. April 2016 | Tags: |  Keine Kommentare

André Hamann



André Hamann

The 2 Minute Interview

André Hamann is one of those guys you really should be jealous of. But you just can’t because not only is he brazenly handsome, talented in many ways and incredibly successful – to top it all off, he also manages to stay super nice, polite and humble through it all. He was discovered during his traineeship at H&M, made a career as a model, lived in Athens and Cape Town. Today, dear André has 1 million followers on Instagram (yes, that’s right: ONE MILLION!), his fashion label „Haze & Glory“ recently opened it’s first pop-up store at Bikini Berlin and right now, he’s launching his own fitness programme „Absolut André“ in New York. What, that’s all?! Nope. Last Thursday he made an appearance at Germany’s Next Top Model, where he introduced his new label and hand-picked some of the new faces for his show. This just sounds too perfect and gives us reason to launch a most thorough investigation. Seriously: where’s the catch?


Name: André Hamann
Age: 28
City: Berlin
Job: Entrepreneur
Shoe size: 43
Favourite label: Haze & Glory

We’ve got to ask: are you single?
Unfortunately, I’ve been single for six years. I’m still waiting for her.


What’s the first thing you do after waking up?
Turn on music, check emails, and enjoy a glass of lemon water.


Isn’t it really hard work to always stay in shape?
No, quite the opposite. You just have to be willing to change a few habits, eat the right food and do the really efficient workouts.


Model, designer, fitness guru, musician…could you please make up your mind!?
That’s exactly what I’ve decided on. Best of all: all these things enhance each other and are sources of inspiration… so, I never get bored.


How do you keep almost a million followers on instagram happy?
With a positive attitude that I try to pass on to people with my photos and messages.


Who is going to Germanys Next Top Model 2016?
I have no influence on that. ;) But I do have a favourite.


What are you proud of?
My family, my friends, and what I’ve managed to achieve by myself.


What are you no good at?
I’m never really mad at anyone.


Share a magical place anywhere in the world.
I did a lot of travelling over the past six years and was able to see wonderful places. The most beautiful was Cape Town. Because of the lovely weather and the ocean there is an awful lot that has a magical effect on me.


What song makes you cry?
If I cry, then only tears of joy. For example when hearing City & Colour’s „Against the grain“.


Which super power would you like to have?
I’ve always seen myself as Spiderman – he’s extraordinary and does good.


What would you cook for us if we visited you at home?
One of my 100 delicious AbsolutAndre recipes.


What are you afraid of?


What would you change if you had the power to?
No wars, no hunger, no envy!


What should no one know about you?
That I feel really lonely sometimes.


Which question should we have asked?
What exactly do you do to stay in shape?


Last Words:
Let’s go!


Photo: Martin Becker


Kategorien: People | Autor: | Datum: 24. Februar 2016 | Tags: , , , , , Keine Kommentare

The Berlin Slurp

The Berlin Slurp

Oysters – a parting of the ways. Some delicately caress the rough and bumpy shells in their hands, close their eyes and smell the sea. The salty taste brings back memories of gushing wind, rough seas and freedom – the world really is an oyster! Others simply recoil at the sight of this 250 million year old species. We most definitely belong to the freedom-yearning type and are therefore rejoicing on the prospect of feasting on these delicacies for four whole weeks. On February 11th, Jenna Biberstein is opening her pop-up oyster bar »Oy« in Mitte. About a year ago, the busy bee and concept developer discovered the delicious abundance of beautifully draped seafood at Les Halles in Lyon. The idea of bringing this concept to Berlin preyed upon her mind, and after the project was put on ice for a year, the delicate shellfish are now finally on ice at Torstraße. The modern interpretation of the exclusive gourmand classic is proof that once again less is often more: the usual prim and proper fuss made around the luxury-clams has simply been discarded here. Instead of subdued melodies played by a slightly starchy string quartet, there’s a deejay playing Hip Hop tunes to get you moving and grooving. And the baguette to mop up the oyster liquor is served in a pleasantly unpretentious paper bag. That’s how we do oysters in Berlin. A little less show, a little more yum. »Oy« is usually closed on Sundays and Mondays – an exception is this year’s Valentine’s Sunday. After all, oysters are known for their aphrodisiac qualities, aren’t they?
Oy | Torstraße 161, 10115 Berlin | 11.2.2016 – 10.3.2016, Tue to Sat from 7pm | Facebook


Kategorien: Places | Autor: | Datum: 10. Februar 2016 | Tags: , , Keine Kommentare

Karol Kasierski



Karol Kasierski

The 2 Minute Interview

Oh Karol, when you first came to visit us a couple of months ago and told us about your idea to open a Polish fast food deli in the middle of Mitte we were of course culinarily enthusiastic, but we were also aware of the endurance and staying power you’d need to pull it all off. Sure, there is a large Polish community in Berlin, but that is not enough to stand a chance in a culinary street fight. Two months ago, the deli opened with a bang (Occupy Brunnenstraße!) and since then Karol’s TAK TAK – Polish Deli has undisputedly emerged to being the King of Pierogi and Bigosh in Berlin. We got him to tell us about how he did it, why he did it and what these lovely dumplings are all about.


Name: Andrzej Karol Kasierski
Age: 34
City: Berlin, dude!
Job: caterer / marketing strategist
Shoe size: 46
Favourite Polish word: the genitive of Michael Jackson = Maikella Dschäcksona

What does „tak tak“ mean?
Yes yes! Say yes to Polish food! But in fact, I came up with the name because apparently I say tak tak tak tak a lot when I’m on the phone to Polish people and friends and colleagues make fun of me because of it. tak tak just sticks to your memory and the words look quite pretty, too.


What was the greatest obstacle you had to overcome during the founding of tak tak?
Sine I don’t have any rich aunts or other assets, I had to find investors.


Do you still like eating pierogi or are you starting to get sick of them?
I’m not sick of pierogi. But sometimes I do get sick of certain filings. But luckily that changes quickly. At the moment, I am in love with our turkey-sundried-tomato-feta filling. And we always try to offer new varieties, too, so it never really gets boring. Before the holidays we had a Berlin boar-buckwheat-red-cabbage filling, which was a big hit. In January we had winter vegetables mixed with red lentils and while I’m writing these lines, a new experiment is simmering on the stove. It’s probably going to be a filling with Polish smoked cheese, Brussels sprouts and buckwheat.


Do you prefer sweet or savoury fillings?


180.000 Polish people live in Berlin. How many of them do you know?
Definitely 3000% more than I did before the opening two months ago.


What aren’t you good at all?
Understanding how anyone could possibly like the colour pink.


Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
In 10 years I’ll be 45. Hmmm… Either somewhere in the sun or still in Berlin.


The most beautiful place on earth?
I don’t know. I haven’t seen every place yet. But in summer, I enjoy spending time at my favourite lake.


Three things that belong in every fridge:
Beer, sausage and cheese.

Mum’s best advice?
Be on time. Be nice. And don’t fuck up.
How can tell, that you’re all grown up?
I’m not. And I don’t want to. But I do know the difference between whiskey and whisky now.
What is the most important invention of mankind?
Oh dear, here we go…this is going to be a bit pseudo-intellectual-philosophical. But I’d have to say freedom – physically as well as mentally – and that we have the chance to reinvent ourselves every day. Unfortunately, this invention is not yet available for everybody. 

Please, tell us a Polish joke.
I don’t know any. (‚Yeah, right!‘ Editor’s note.)


With which personality would like to down a Carlsbad Bitter?
I’ve got some serious boozing planned with Hildegard Knef, Harald Juhnke and Jim Morrison for the very, very distant future. Currently I’d like to go have some drinks with Joaquin Phoenix. But most likely, I’ll finish off a bottle with Jochen Hudlmaier some time soon.


What would you cook for us if we visited you at home?
The undisputedly best Bolognese in the world.


When did you last try something new and what was it?
I always take different routes. Apparently it promotes creativity.


What should no one know about you?
Who Bob is. (‚We know the answer.‘ Editor’s note.)


Which question should we have asked?
Whether it’s true that I think Celine Dion is the most disgusting thing the pop music industry has come up with.


Last Words:
“This is the strangest life I’ve ever known.“


Kategorien: People | Autor: | Datum: 03. Februar 2016 | Tags: , , , Keine Kommentare

Jannes Vahl



Jannes Vahl

The 2 minutes-Interview

Jannes Vahl is half from Oldenburg and half from Hamburg. The latter is where he put up shop two days after finishing school. Good for him, and good for Hamburg! After writing an incredible number of almost exactly 2,300 articles as an intern, trainee, freelance editor and editor-in-chief, posing for nude photos for freenet and his training as managing assistant in advertising, he and his best friend Joko founded an advertising company and probably the greatest charity project ever: clubkinder e.V. The association organizes unusual fundraising events to help fight social problems in Hamburg. Their newest project is Help Here e.V. Read what Jannes has to say about, life, love, rock ’n’ roll, super powers and dealing with tamed giant ducks. #theworldneedsmorejannes


Name: Jannes Vahl

Age: 34

City: Hamburg

Job: manager of Polycore advertising agency / head of clubkinder e.V.

Shoe size: 44 2/3 (fairtrade Chucks)

Favourite album: many, but if I had to choose: „Ten“ by Pearl Jam

Contact: Yes, please.

Do you live in the right city?

Definitely. I like being in Vancouver, New York or Berlin once in a while. But my life is here.


What was the last thing that really moved you? 

All of our charity projects. Otherwise we would not choose them.


Something you definitely want to accomplish in life?

Live. And maybe one of these days, have the feeling that humans are not the dumbest of all species.


Truth be told, what would you have never done without alcohol?

Luckily, there is an endless list of things: Meeting some of the best people, certain decisions and experiences would never have happened without Truth or Dare, night swimming or Rum and Coke.


If you were allowed one sin, which forbidden thing would you do? 

Blow up the entire BILD publishing company. Erase all of its traces. While all the “editors” are at the Christmas party.


Did you do all of the things you wanted to in your youth?

None of them. Except for meeting Malte, Stefan and Joko. I never did drugs and didn’t have sex until the tender age of 19.


If not, what’s stopping you now?

I have a sex life. I’m still not really interested in drugs. So nothing is really stopping me. I find that some of the things that were big in the nineties actually were really good: youth, free time, fountain pens and values, for example.

How can someone wrap you around his or her finger?

With concert tickets, movie nights and social intelligence.


Which book, film and record should everyone have read, seen and listened to?

To each their own. But maybe something by Rocko Schamoni, Into the Wild, Lateralus and Nirvana »Live at Reading«


Which super power would you like to have? 

I already have it.


Would you rather fight a duck as big as a horse, or a hundred horses as small as ducks?

The duck! I would tame it straight away – it can fly, run AND swim. Battlecat deluxe!


What would you cook for us if we visited you at home? 

Sugar for absinthe.


What are you afraid of?

I’m not really afraid of anything, but the stupidity of some people is awful.


When did you last try something new and what was it?

On Tuesday. Number 19 on the menu of my favourite Asian restaurant.


What should no one know about you? 

That I always liked Scotty Pippen just a little more than Jordan. How little rent I pay. Who I’m secretly in love with.


Which question should we have asked?

Who I’m secretly in love with.


Last Words:



Kategorien: People | Autor: | Datum: 28. Oktober 2015 | Tags: , , , , Keine Kommentare

No Uz-Uz


No Uz-Uz

Brandt Brauer Frick are well known representatives of Berlin Techno, but they sure take a different approach on club music by combining it with classical instrumentation, jazzy beats and a whole lot of sampling. Currently, they are on tour with Canadian singer and self-proclaimed “Renaissance Man” Beaver Sheppard, as well as The Free Electric Singers, a mixed vocal quartet. Brand Brauer Frick concerts are always fascinating but this time we’re in for an extra special treat: Today the band and their special guests will play at a former crematorium in Berlin-Wedding. We discovered this unusual location in 2013 and held our third GOLDEN DINNER there. So, we can tell you this much: the newly renovated cupola hall at Silent Green Kulturquartier certainly promises exceptional acoustics. That’s why the boys have also decided to turn these concerts into recording sessions for their upcoming live-album. Enjoy no silence!
Brandt Brauer Frick Ensemble feat. Beaver Sheppard and The Free Electric Singers | 09. u. 10.09., 8pm | Silent Green Kulturquartier, Gerichtstraße 35, 13347 Berlin | Tickets | Facebook |

Written by: Helen von der Höden


Kategorien: Events | Autor: | Datum: 11. September 2015 | Tags: , , Keine Kommentare

Just what we ordered.

Just what we ordered.

What if you could order food from your favourite restaurant and have it delivered by bike to your front door at home, your office or even your picnic spot without any loss of flavour? Well, you can. The delivery service foodora has made exactly that possible. In recent years, a new restaurant culture has evolved, especially in big cities. Thanks to globalization and mobility we can get a taste of world cuisines within a stone’s throw from practically anywhere. A growing consciousness for healthy food forms and an increased sensitivity concerning the quality of raw materials and ingredients have brought a wide range of healthy and high-quality culinary offers. Finally! But what if an evening at the restaurant, just won’t fit in your busy schedule? What if there’s no time to cook (or you simply just can’t hack it) at home? To tell the truth, our stressful every day lives don’t really contribute to a healthy lifestyle. So what are our choices when most high-quality restaurants don’t offer delivery because it just doesn’t pay, and all the other’s places that do, would rather make make go hungry instead? foodora has made it their mission to solve this problem and have found a way to do just that: deliver food from restaurants that don’t deliver. A special algorithm is applied to identify the optimal route and driver for each order and to ensure the food arrives in good quality and within an average of less than 30 minutes. The restaurants are pleased about a growing number of orders, the customer is happy about good and reliably delivered food and the bike couriers get a decent pay and work under fair terms of employment – three birds, one stone. foodora is currently working with more than 650 restaurants in nine countries and 15 cities, six of them in Germany. In Berlin there’s already a 100 restaurants cooperating with foodora such as Yumcha Heroes, Bun Bao, Daluma, the Mädchenitaliener or Von und zu Tisch. At the moment, the main delivery areas are Mitte, Prenzlauer Berg, Kreuzberg and Charlottenberg. But foodora’s aim is to cover the whole city and they’re working really hard to make that happen ASAP. We love the idea and wish them the best of luck!
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Kategorien: Products | Autor: | Datum: 11. September 2015 | Tags: , , , , , Keine Kommentare

Lucie & Kai


Lucie & Kai

The 2 Minute Interview


Lucie and Kai are the duo infernale of the sweetest art and pretty much the best thing that has happened to everyone hopelessly addicted to anything sweet. Patisserie JUBEL at Hufelandstraße in Prenzlauer Berg is their very own little heavenly kingdom of treats. The picturesque café and bakery offers the most exquisite and extraordinary works of art. Though that comes as no surprise: the two entrepreneurs learnt from the best and know exactly what they’re doing. How about some delicious lime and basil balls or a chocolate-mousse tart with green olives? Yes, please!!! We asked the girls a couple of questions and surreptitiously tried snatching up a few baking tricks along the way…Oh and the girls are celebrating their first Jubel anniversary on sunday! Check it out!


Name: Kai Michels / Lucie Babinska

Age: 34 / 33
Location: Berlin
Occupation: patissier / hotel manageress
Shoe size: 39 / 38
Favourite ingredient: butter / coriander


Sweet or savoury?
Kai: both
Lucie: LEBERWURSTBROT (a slice of bread with liver sausage spread on it)


What was the last thing you had to eat?
Kai: A nougat croissant!
Lucie: Me too – every morning!


What don’t you like eating at all?
Kai: Bananas
Lucie: Savoury dishes with a sweet touch (e.g. sweet and sour duck, cheese with chutney etc.)


What’s your favourite music while baking?
Kai: Queen
Lucie: I always have to listen to what Kai’s listening to.


A recipe anyone can accomplish?
Kai: A fried egg.
Lucie: No, I don’t think frying an egg is easy at all. But I’ve got Kai to do that.


How does one get you wrapped around one’s finger?
Kai: Kringelwurst (curled sausage on a stick)
Lucie: I’m not that easy.


Your greatest masterpiece yet?
Kai: Opening JUBEL.
Lucie: JUBEL!


Which forbidden thing would you like to do, if you knew you weren’t going to get caught?
Kai: Get locked up in an amusement park at night.
Lucie: Spend a night with friends in the gourmet food department.


What is the current wallpaper on your mobile?
Kai: My moped.
Lucie: I’ve been meaning to change it for a long time…


For which famous person would you like to bake a birthday cake?
Kai: Rainer Calmund
Lucie: I can’t bake.


What do butterflies have in their tummies when they’re in love?
Kai: Confetti.
Lucie: Pop rocks.


What would you cook for us if we visited you at home?
Kai: I know a good Italian place.
Lucie: My boyfriend does the cooking.


What are you afraid of?
Kai: That I might not gain power over the world after all.
Lucie: Death.


When was the last time you did something for the first time and what was it?
Kai: Firing a confetti-cannon inside my apartment.
Lucie: Trying the Italian restaurant Kai recommended.


What should no one know about you?
Kai: Exactly that.
Lucie: Which wallpaper I have on my mobile.


Which question should we have asked?
Kai: Whether or not I like questionnaires… :-)
Lucie: The most frequently asked question: How do you manage to stay so skinny with all those cakes around?


Last Words:
Kai: All good things come to an end.
Lucie: Nuff said!


Foto: Caroline Prange


Kategorien: People | Autor: | Datum: 11. September 2015 | Tags: , , Keine Kommentare

In the mood for love.


In the mood for love.

The first date is always special: we’re thrilled to finally meet him or her in person – no more instagram filters to hide behind. We’re nervous and excited at the same time. Will I think of anything to say? Did I choose the right place? Will I make a good impression? Should we kiss on the first date? What the hell am I going to wear??? Don’t get us wrong: we want you to keep those butterflies in your tummy but we want you to be prepared too. So, we teamed up with a couple of our favourite brands and put together a special package bursting with all sorts of must-haves to get you a head start and help present yourself at your best. This ultimate Date Kit includes a Bloomy Days voucher to show off your romantic side, a fragrance set by Frau Toni to enhance your magnetic aura, a lipstick by ILIA Beauty for picture perfect lips, a bottle of Vertruen Rosé and a bar of Zotter lactose-free chocolate to celebrate sensual pleasures and fair-trade einhorn condoms, should you get past second base. We’re throwing in some DENTTABS teeth cleaning tablets for that Hollywood smile and fresh breath the next morning – just in case you do… uhmm, you know…The whole set is worth roundabout 120 Euro and also comes in handy for your second or third date…. We’re giving away a Date Kit to someone seeking a lot of love and affection. Just send an email titled SPREAD THE LOVE to and tell us why you deserve it most. Here’s to love and happiness!
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Kategorien: Own Stuff | Autor: | Datum: 11. September 2015 | Tags: , , , Keine Kommentare