Hobo (German magazine)

Hobo (German magazine)

Hobo was a fortnightly city guide and listings magazine which covered West Berlin during the 1970s. The magazine had been known as the "Kreuzberger Nachtlaterne" but in 1971, after publisher Per-Jörg Meschkat had observed the success of "Time Out" magazine during a visit to London, he reworked the magazine along the same lines and gave it the English title "Hobo". After its closure, the editorial team went on to create the more long-lived publication "zitty" .

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