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Exploring ancient Czech legends in Prague

The New York Times |
28 January 2011

Interactive exhibitions for children are a rarity in Prague, so it was with great relish that a group of boys and girls took a recent run around the National Museum with a taxidermic boar on their backs.

Prague pubs after 20 years of free market

aktuálně.cz |
28 January 2011

Twenty years ago, the first wave of post-communist privatization of state-owned property began, radically altering the landscape of Czech pubs and restaurants. In Prague, due to the tourist boom in the 1990s and 2000s, this process was especially intense.

Indie all the way

Prague Post |
1 February 2011

Sleigh Bells: femme-fatale vocals and stabbing synthesizer.

More than a chance to dance

Prague Post |
28 January 2011

Roma music and dance evening promotes cultural exchange.

More than meets the ear

Prague Post |
28 January 2011

Slovenian singer plays on parodies.

Eliahu Inbal: Mindful of Mahler

Prague Post |
28 January 2011

Chief conductor of the Czech Philharmonic talks Mahler and more.

A hijacker's memoir: what happens when three teenagers hijack a plane over bad school marks

Radio Prague |
28 January 2011

Fifty years ago today, three boys aged 14 and 15, boarded a regular flight between Prague and Brno. But they had another destination in mind – Munich, in West Germany. With no airport security, one of them had a handgun he had taken from his grandfather, and after some 10 minutes in air, they entered the cockpit and began to act. But the plan went terribly wrong, and they all spent many years in prison.

Student posters highlight power's role in poverty

Czech Position |
28 January 2011

Competition aims to promote social responsibility, one poster at a time.

Back in the ČSSR: New book celebrates ersatz cocktails

Czech Position |
28 January 2011

Young Czechs continue to imbibe the communist-era mixed drinks that once substituted for fancy Western cocktails.

Prague's music clubs: too big a silence

Respekt |
28 January 2011

Restrictive regulations and short-sighted thinking are strangling Prague's club scene.

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