Thursday, 23 May 2019

Life

Viewing the present through the future

Prague Post |
30 August 2010

DOX exhibition is part of an international art trend that is looking ahead.

Chance to taste and touch all things tea

Prague Post |
20 August 2010

Vyšehrad hosts festival showcasing the world's second most popular drink.

Tantric Prague

Expats.cz |
18 August 2010

Expats.cz looks at two tantric massage studios in Prague.

Arts festival brightens up concrete jungle of Jižní Město

Radio Prague |
18 May 2010

A festival called Street for Art features a range of outdoor events including a farmers' market and guided bus tour.

Story of Czech victims of Katyn massacre is pieced together

Radio Prague |
20 May 2010

Thousands of Polish army officers, teachers and intellectuals were killed by the Soviet NKVD in the notorious Katyn massacre during World War II. But the fact Czechs were also murdered there has for long been an untold aspect of this dark chapter of history.

2010 Czech Beer Festival offers variety of interesting brews

Radio Prague |
17 May 2010

Between now and May 30, visitors will be able to sample scores of brews in several large tents at the city's Letňany Exhibition Centre.

Remembering a seminal guitarist

Prague Post |
19 April 2010

Today at Prague's recently renovated Malostranská beseda, Lydia Lunch's Big Sexy Noise along with Prague's Kill The Dandies! and Phil Shoenfelt & Pavel Cingl will pay homage to Rowland S. Howard's powerful music.

Respekt Weekly Round-up

Respekt |
23 Mar 2010

After snow and frost, the thaw came. Temperatures rose to fifteen degrees Celsius. Larks and starlings arrived. Chomutov City Hall instituted a ban on drinking alcoholic beverages in public around the city.

Stephen King sells rights to Czech student for USD 1

Prague TV |
11 March 2010

Bestselling American author Stephen King has agreed to sell the rights to one of his short stories to Czech film student Robin Kašpařík for just one US dollar, according to Týden.cz.

The legacy of communism and the need to reunite European history

Radio Prague |
10 March 2010

Last month, Prague played host to a major international conference on the crimes committed by the communist regimes of central and eastern Europe.

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