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Legendary night club Roxy shut down

Prague Post |
14 January 2011

Prague 1 authorities cite problems with renovation; reopening date uncertain.

Czech philanthropy on the rise

Respekt |
13 January 2011

Local millionaires increasingly want to make a difference, not just money.

Roxy closed again

Prague TV |
12 January 2011

The Roxy, probably Prague's most famous club, has closed again after running into more problems with the authorities.

Shock therapy capitalism marks 20th anniversary

Radio Prague |
12 January 2011

Twenty years ago, in January 1991, Czechoslovakia began a crash course in capitalism as the old system of central economic planning that had been in place for the previous four decades was dismantled.

Opera to open the year

Prague Post |
10 January 2011

German tenor Jonas Kaufmann, one of the youngest and brightest stars in opera, visits Prague for a concert at the elegant Obecní dům in what will be the first world-class opera event of 2011.

First ever café for dog-owners opens in Plzeň

Radio Prague |
10 January 2011

The place is a combination of a cafe and dog parlour where dog owners can meet and chat while their pets get a haircut, bath, massage or manicure.

Hradec Králové has high school for florists

Prague Post |
10 January 2011

Czech kids with an artistic flare can use mother nature as their canvas at the high school for floral design in Hradec Králové. The school is the only one of it’s kind in the Czech Republic and offers a four-year course of study specialized in floral design and ending with a state leaving exam.

Have an ice day!

Grant's Prague Bike Blog |
10 January 2011

I've ridden in snow and ice before, but in this case, it was unrelenting.

Apoptygma Berzerk plays Lucerna Music Bar

Prague TV |
7 January 2011

Apoptygma Berzerk plays Lucerna Music Bar on Monday, 10 January.

Dance's chance to shine

Prague Post |
7 January 2011

Ballet Gala brings top international dancers to Prague.

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