Wednesday, 26 September 2018

Life

Fear and loathing in Poland

Prague Post |
1 October 2010

A sickly satire presents post-communist prejudice.

Playing on the edge

Prague Post |
5 October 2010

Prague Modern continues to blur borders.

Studio to stage

Prague Post |
1 October 2010

A lauded producer makes his performing debut.

Wilson statue step closer to completion

Prague Post |
1 October 2010

Sculptors finish plaster mold of a statue felled by Nazis in 1941.

Depth of vision

Prague Post |
1 October 2010

Winning shots from World Press Photo 2010 on display in Prague.

UNYP symposium tackles crisis

Prague Post |
1 October 2010

Next Friday, 8 October, The University of New York in Prague (UNYP) will take on the Crisis, with a full day of panels and discussions in a symposium titled "Meeting Crisis with Wisdom: Charting our way forward in politics, business, finance, law & education."

Blind Eye reopens for a limited time

Prague Post |
1 October 2010

The famous, or infamous, expat institution the Blind Eye is re-opening, sort of, for a limited time.

Musty magic at Prague's Dvořák Museum

Prague Post |
29 September 2010

If you're looking for a relaxing way to pass a quiet afternoon, a visit to the Dvořák Museum is highly recommended.

Selling literature as the spoken word

Radio Prague |
29 September 2010

While still a relatively new phenomenon, audio books are beginning to carve out a place for themselves on the Czech market, says publisher Karel Černošek.

Going where no Czech has gone before, to NASA, the asteroids, Mars and beyond

Radio Prague |
27 September 2010

28-year-old Tomáš Rousek aims high in his work – he has redesigned Prague on Mars, conceived an orbiting lunar hotel and a moon module that makes building material out of moondust, and most recently his design for a ship using artificial gravity and a defunct International Space Station was rated the most innovative idea of a NASA conference called Explore Now.

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