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Events that didn't change the world but affected ČR

Aktuálně.cz |
30 December 2008

In an end-of-year wrap up Aktuálně.cz has prepared a list of eight key events that took place in 2008.

The life of a cabaret pamphleteer

By Laura Dalton |
PRAGUE WANDERER / PRAGUE DAILY MONITOR |
23 Dec 2008

Cabaret

A young man from Nigeria struggles every night to make a living outside a Czech strip club far from his home.

Non-alcoholic wines gaining popularity on New Year's

By Miroslav Petr |
Hospodářské noviny |
23 Dec 2008

Sparkling wine sales are on the increase

The biggest Czech producers are offering their own alcohol-free brands.

It’s gigs a go go in today’s Prague

RADIO PRAGUE |
22 December 2008

2008 could well have been the best year for visiting bands that the Czech capital has ever seen.

Streets are uneven when you're down

GRANT'S PRAGUE BIKE BLOG |
22 December 2008

Okoř (GRANT'S PRAGUE BIKE BLOG)

The sky was the colour of dirty bathwater. The air was damp and cold. In short, it was a crappy day to take a bike ride.

Bridging the divide

PRAGUE POST |
19 December 2008

Kumar Vishwanathan (ČTK)

Cultural faultlines are no barrier for Kumar Vishwanathan.

A Christmas message from the survivors of Lidice in 1945

RADIO PRAGUE |
19 December 2008

Lidice (ČTK)

Only one Lidice family had survived the massacre intact: Josef Horák was one of two young pilots from the village who had fled at the beginning of the occupation.

The expat entrepreneurs

Radio Prague |
18 December 2008

Bryn Perkins (Courtesy)

This is the story of three English-speaking expats, who arrived in Prague during the post-Velvet Revolution "golden-age" and ended up becoming entrepreneurs.

A Month in the Country

Prague.tv |
16 December 2008

A Month in the Country (Courtesy)

Švandovo divadlo previews Měsíc na vsi, the latest addition to its English-subtitled repertoire, on Wednesday 17 December.

Guns and rain and naughty Santa

GRANT'S PRAGUE BIKE BLOG |
15 December 2008

GRANT'S PRAGUE BIKE BLOG

I heard gunshots and the barking of dogs and came across a group of hunters, all carrying shotguns, surrounding a copse just a few hundred meters from the road.

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