Thursday, 20 September 2018

Life

Generation '89 to have their say

Prague Post |
28 May 2010

Young people from across Europe born in the last year of communism to present a declaration to the EU in June.

Swimming to Prague

Prague Post |
28 May 2010

The Fringe Fest returns with a strong international lineup.

Taking a tour of tastes

Prague Post |
28 May 2010

Fourth annual Prague Food Festival features 30 restaurants' chefs.

Off to the races

Prague Post |
28 May 2010

Sports cars and a carnival atmosphere push limits at GT1 race in Brno.

Oana Cătălina Chiţu & Bucharest Tango play Akropolis

Prague TV |
27 May 2010

Making her Prague debut, Oana Cătălina Chiţu plays Palác Akropolis on Thursday as part of the upcoming Respect Festival's supporting program.

Alberto Vojtěch Frič – Adventurer & ethnologist who brought a South American Indian to Prague

Radio Prague |
27 May 2010

Alberto Vojtěch Frič was a Czech botanist, ethnologist and traveller, who earned fame in Bohemia, Europe, and parts of South America in the early 20th century. During his excursions, he befriended the Chamacoco Indians at Gran Chaco in Paraguay, and brought one of them, Cherwuish, back for treatment to Prague.

Russian shops in Prague

Expats.cz |
26 May 2010

Expats.cz takes a look at the products found at Prague's Russian shops.

Public fundraiser to save Europe's oldest glass making school

Radio Prague |
25 May 2010

Europe's oldest secondary glass making school, located in the north Bohemian town of Kamenický Šenov, is facing existential problems.

Chris Baerwaldt: an American brewer in ČR

Radio Prague |
25 May 2010

Among the small beer producers presenting their wares at the Czech Beer Festival currently on in Prague is the Zhůřák brewery, which is run by Chris Baerwaldt.

Taking a ride on Europe's most expensive bike path

Grant's Prague Bike Blog |
25 May 2010

It is three kilometers long, has seven bridges, and cost CZK 150 million.

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