Wednesday, 22 January 2020

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Video: These are the 7 Czech acts vying for Eurovision 2020 glory

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22 January 2020

The seven songs vying to represent the Czech Republic at this year's Eurovision Song Contest have been announced. The winner will again be selected from a combination of public voting and an international jury.

Prague's only LGBTQ comedy troupe cracks jokes, topples barriers

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22 January 2020

The Gay Agenda is a stand-up comedy show created in Prague in April 2019 by Jackson Smith, an American English teacher with stand-up aspirations. So far there have been four sold-out shows with the biggest and, according to the California native, best, to come on January 25.

Top 10 things to do with kids this week

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21 January 2020

Hit the ice! This weeks sees a family-friendly festival devoted to ice sculpture as well as a week devoted to future NHL stars in Prague.

Celebrate the Lunar New Year with a Taiwanese feast in Prague

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21 January 2020

For the first time ever the Czech-Taiwanese Association will host a public Lunar New Year's Eve dinner

Prague's Old Town Market renovations are now underway

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21 January 2020

The Old Town Market, a hidden space on Rytířská Street near Old Town Square, is finally being rebuilt after years of neglect. City Hall's plan is to create a market of a European format inside a cultural monument that will be not only a center of good food and drink, but also a pleasant meeting place.

10 best things to do in Prague this week

Expats.cz |
20 January 2020

Kick (and stomp and roll) away the winter blues with a week full of out-loud fun in the Czech capital.

Eiga-sai film festival marks 100 years of Czech-Japanese formal relations

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20 January 2020

The 13th edition of the Eiga-sai has Japanese films that embrace the motto "Never give up!"

Prague's Motol Valley will get a new look and become more inviting

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20 January 2020

The Prague City Council approved a new vision of the valley around the Motol Brook. The study by studio A69 – architekti develops new uses and character for the area, and helps integrate it into the city. Local inhabitants participated in the plan's creation.

New look for Prague's InterContinental Hotel and plaza has been unveiled

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17 January 2020

The renovation of the InterContinental Hotel and a radical change to its surroundings will be one of the most visible projects in Prague in the coming years. Architect Marek Tichý from TaK Architects presented how the hotel and its surroundings could look.

Former mayor Krnáčová pens a political thriller about a crusading Prague mayor

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17 January 2020

Former Prague mayor Adriana Krnáčová (ANO) has a new career as a novelist. Her debut crime thriller will be published in April by Mladá fronta. The publisher describes the book as a thriller about Prague politics.

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