Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Life

Seven new Stolpersteine commemorate Czech Shoah victims

ČTK |
21 Sep 2017

German artists Gunter Demnig installed seven new Stolpersteine (stumbling blocks) commemorating the Jewish Bergmann family, some of whose members died in the Holocaust and others had to flee it abroad, in Chotěboř on Wednesday.

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More spaces for legal graffiti

Prague TV |
21 September 2017

Graffiti has long been a problem in Prague, with several incidents of people vandalizing Charles Bridge and the National Theatre, among other landmarks. At the same time, many people consider large, colorful pieces to be street art, and the sprayers consider themselves artists. Some parts of Prague are providing areas where sprayers can paint on walls, while cleaning up other places such as residential buildings and walls in public spaces.

Signal festival coming in October

Prague TV |
21 September 2017

The fifth edition of Signal, the festival of light art, will take place in Prague from Oct. 12 to 15 with 22 installations. This year will be organized a bit differently than previous editions. There will be two official festival routes. One in Vinohrady will be shorter and perhaps a bit calmer, while the downtown route will go through the heart of Prague.

Book it! Festival at MeetFactory

Prague TV |
20 September 2017

The publishing house Mlada fronta a.s. would like to invite you to an annual literary festival for children called Book it!

Charity Kids Market

Prague TV |
20 September 2017

Prague TV and League5 football futsal & freestyle academy invite you to the Charity Kids Market taking place on September 23rd in Prague, Slovenská 2. Kids can sell their books, games and toys. All proceeds go to Pink Bubble foundation.

MINT: Pop Up Hall 13 offers a new way to shop

Prague TV |
20 September 2017

Hall No. 13 in Pražská tržnice at Bubenské nábřeží in Holešovice will open up on Friday, Sept. 29, to launch MINT: Pop Up Hall 13. The organizers have a new concept, and the minimalist space of Hall 13 will turn into a sought-after shopping address with regular vendors, where fans of high-quality fashion, design, art and good food will go every Friday and Saturday.

Czech explains how health warning turned him into long distance hiker

Radio Prague |
20 September 2017

Jakub Čech is a successful sound engineer who has worked on countless Czech films, but years of work have left him in poor shape. He decided to improve his health by taking up long-distance hiking.

What's Up Prague - Zažít město jinak (Americká street)

Prague TV |
19 September 2017

Watch Prague TV's video capturing the highlights from the Zažít město jinak Americká celebrations. Listen in for Eli's tips as to what Prague has to offer this week.

Fall collection for Heart Days starts

Prague TV |
19 September 2017

The traditional collection for Heart Days is under way and will last until Friday, Sept. 22. The money collected will help children with serious illnesses in the Czech Republic.

Author whose work sparked hit movies remembered

Radio Prague |
19 September 2017

Friends recall writer Petr Šabach, whose stories became the basis for some of the best-loved Czech films of recent years and who died at the weekend. The Prague-born short-story writer Petr Šabach died on Saturday at the age of 66. However, many Czechs know Šabach not primarily from his books but from the hit movies based on his work that found a place in the national consciousness in recent decades.

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