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Far out, Far East: Yoga boom takes Prague head-on

Czech Position |
21 January 2011

A hot new hatha yoga studio is the latest addition to Prague's growing number of centers devoted to the Far Eastern practice.

Pavel Kohout: unconventional economist and government advisor

Radio Prague |
20 January 2011

Pavel Kohout is an economist who seems seldom out of the media. He recently created a stir when he announced he was leaving the government's advisory committee, NERV, and criticised government willingness to tackle multi-billion crown corruption in public tenders.

Jan Palach statue promised by Prague city hall

Radio Prague |
18 January 2011

The anniversary of Jan Palach has relaunched hopes and promises that Prague could finally get a statue to mark the self sacrifice of the 20-year-old student.

Prague Opera Ball to waltz with new cultural flair

Czech Position |
17 January 2011

This year's Prague Opera Ball, held under the patronage of Princess Norodom Arunrasmy of Cambodia, will add some new flavors to the event's traditions.

Interview: Mary Matz

Prague TV |
17 January 2011

The American writer introduces Opus Osm, an online Czech classical music magazine.

Přemysl Pitter: the good fundamentalist

Radio Prague |
17 January 2011

In his new biography, journalist Pavel Kosatík puts the extraordinary life of Přemysl Pitter in context.

The good, the bad & the ugly in the dragon's den

Radio Prague |
17 January 2011

Last week Czech TV began its third series of the popular show, featuring a panel of potential investors like the tourism industry's Tomio Okamura.

Tales from Czech America

Czech Position |
14 January 2011

In Part I of her series on Czech and Slovak life in the US — 'Flood, Sweat and Tears' — Rosie Johnston tours Iowa's Czech Village.

Bye-bye blogger

Prague Post |
14 January 2011

The author behind Knedliky, Etc. is leaving Prague.

Broken bones and dreams for most Czech drivers at Dakar rally

Radio Prague |
14 January 2011

They started out with dreams of positions on the winners’ podium but for many the most tangible souvenirs are broken bones and trips to the hospital.

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