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Breakfast Brief - 18 March 2009

PRAGUE DAILY MONITOR |
18 Mar 2009

NEWS

Prague to launch info line on Obama visit

Prague City Hall next week is planning to set up a free information phone line in preparation for US President Barack Obama's April visit. The line will provide information on traffic limitations and other obstructions in the capital. The areas most affected include around the Congress Centre, Prague Airport and Evropská street. Prague Castle will be closed entirely from 3 April to 6 April.

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Sparta faces fines, stadium closure over fan action

St Matthew's Fair

By Megan Stewart |
PRAGUE DAILY MONITOR |
19 Mar 2009

Do It

Matějská pouť is a time-honored Czech tradition: The earliest recorded festival began over 410 years ago. And the rides keep getting better and better.

Don't Miss: Wine cellars, African art, Tibetan film and Eugene Onegin

By Kateřina Heilmann |
PRAGUE DAILY MONITOR |
18 Mar 2009

Snowdrops flowers (ČTK)

You can celebrate Africa, Tibet or Moravian wine. And don't forget about the first day of spring.

Kateřina Heilmann is a staff writer and translator at the Monitor. She likes writing about cycling and culture.
You can reach her at katerina@praguemonitor.com. You can read more of her stories here.

Beer hacking: Dry-Hopped Bernard Sváteční Ležák

PRAGUE DAILY MONITOR |
18 March 2009

Czech beers are not terribly hoppy. But it is possible to increase the amount of hop flavors on your own at home.

Breakfast Brief - 17 March 2009

Prague Daily Monitor |
17 Mar 2009

NEWS

Govt approves crisis plan for health sector

The cabinet on Monday approved a plan by Health Minister Daniela Filipiová to mitigate the impact of the economic crisis on healthcare that would bring the sector some CZK 4.2 billion this year and CZK 7.5 billion next year. Long-term measures, such as payments for above-standard care, could contribute a further CZK 4.5 billion a year.

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Maze receives Michelin star in memoriam

Breakfast Brief - 16 March 2009

Prague Daily Monitor |
16 Mar 2009

NEWS

Magistrála narrowed to cut noise, fumes
Using concrete barriers, Prague 2 Town Hall has narrowed a portion of the capital's magistrála artery from four to three lanes in a bid to reduce noise and pollution. The change affects Legerova street. Prague 4 officials fear the move will increase congestion in other areas.
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Unknown Prague photographs of Hitler found

Talkback: Voice your opinion on today's Czech news

By Kateřina Heilmann |
PRAGUE DAILY MONITOR |
16 Mar 2009

Talkback

Are you feeling the impact of the economic crisis?

Kateřina Heilmann is a staff writer and translator at the Monitor. She likes writing about cycling and culture.
You can reach her at katerina@praguemonitor.com. You can read more of her stories here.

Breakfast Brief - 13 March 2009

Prague Daily Monitor |
13 Mar 2009

The Language of Love

By Emily Prucha |
Prague Daily Monitor |
13 Mar 2009

Cross-cultural marital communication.

Emily Prucha is a Life Section columnist for the Monitor. She likes writing about bilingual and multicultural families.
You can reach her at emily@praguemonitor.com. You can read more of her stories here.

Why we don't edit ČTK

By Kristina Alda |
Prague Daily Monitor |
12 Mar 2009

Kristina Alda

Why don't we edit ČTK articles? It's a matter of completeness versus perfection.

Kristina Alda is the Monitor's managing editor. She likes writing about buildings and public space.
You can reach her at kristina@praguemonitor.com. You can read more of her stories here.
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