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The CCTV Allstars, in all their variety

Radio Prague |
23 September 2010

They are based out of Prague and play a tireless schedule here month after month, so they're certainly listed as a "Czech group". But each member of the five-man ensemble is from a different country and they bring variety of musical backgrounds to a foreground of ska.

Expat Expo this Saturday

Expats.cz |
22 September 2010

Holešovice's Výstaviště will host the Expat Expo this Saturday, 25 September, between 11am and 6pm.

Burger Mania: It's a disease

Prague Post |
22 September 2010

Steakhouse U Svetobežníčka is enabling your desires with a ten day Burger Mania event from 20 to 30 September that will feature ten different kinds of burgers, including a Jack Daniel's and Chorizo version.

A farmer's market on the riverside

Adventures in the Red Kitchen |
21 September 2010

Farmer's market opens on Vltava's bank.

Boris Malkovsky Trio plays Akropolis

Prague TV |
21 September 2010

Ukrainian-born musician Boris Malkovsky brings his improvisational Jewish-gypsy tunes to Palác Akropolis on Tuesday, 21 September.

The Art of Negative Thinking

Prague TV |
20 September 2010

The popular stage version of Kurz negativního myšlení, based on the Norwegian film Kunsten å tenke negativt (The Art of Negative Thinking) will be back in Švandovo divadlo from Monday, 20 September, as part of its English-surtitled repertoire.

Plans underway for museum dedicated to former German speaking minority

Radio Prague |
17 September 2010

Preparations are underway to open the Czech Republic's first ever museum dedicated to the region's former German speaking minority.

Blacksmith's craft show in Bečov

Radio Prague |
17 September 2010

The international symposium in Bečov nad Teplou showed that the blacksmith's craft has come back from the brink and can pull in a lot of public interest.

A rock in a hard place

Grant's Prague Bike Blog |
17 September 2010

They call it the Stone Shepherd or the Stone Man -- a prehistoric menhir, or standing stone. It is standing in a farmer's field a few hundred meters outside the Czech village of Klobuky, some 50 km northeast of Prague.

"If I had been a boy, I would have been shot"

The Christian Science Monitor |
15 September 2010

A Czech woman tells how her village was razed by the Nazis – and how she survived to tell the tale six decades later.

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