Saturday, 21 April 2018

Prague TV

Extra Terrestrial lands at Mono Fono

Prague TV |
19 April 2018

A funky bunch of musician-aliens have been spotted at Prague's hippest new club... and they're going to play a gig! Come out this Thursday to see Extra Terrestrial at Mono Fono.

Cory Henry & The Funk Apostles

Prague TV |
19 April 2018

The three-time Grammy winning American pianist, organ virtuoso, singer and composer Cory Henry will for the first time ever perform in the Czech Republic with his new and closely watched project named Cory Henry And The Funk Apostles!

Bilingual People Prague

Prague TV |
19 April 2018

The Bilingual People International Recruitment Fair in Prague will give you the opportunity to meet recruiters from leading international companies face-to-face, apply for positions and drop your CV with them.

Prague Zoo raising endangered bird with puppets

Prague TV |
19 April 2018

Prague Zoo is using a hand puppet to help save the short-tailed Javan green magpie, one of the rarest and most critically endangered birds in the world.

Forman's Amadeus at the Municipal House

Prague TV |
19 April 2018

Prague will remember the work of director Miloš Forman on Sunday, April 22, at the Municipal House. The Oscar-winning director died April 13 in Connecticut at the age of 86.

Václav Havel Airport sees growth in first quarter

Prague TV |
19 April 2018

Airport operator Letiště Praha's results for the first quarter of 2018 were in line with the projected growth in passenger numbers, estimated at around 10 percent for the full year.

Rum day at California Republic Bar

Prague TV |
18 April 2018

As always on Wednesdays we offer you a special discount for the best drinks. This Wednesday you will get 15% discount on every run shot or rum cocktail.

Gipsy Kings & Chico

Prague TV |
18 April 2018

Gipsy Kings are coming to Prague's Forum Karlín today

MeetFactory: Fake It Till You Make It

Prague TV |
18 April 2018

The MeetFactory exhibition takes on the increasing trend of pushing oneself to a more efficient and improved persona through different strategies and methods proposed in 'self-help' books.

Tuzemák gets reprieve

Prague TV |
18 April 2018

Tuzemák will survive for another five-year period, as European Union regulators gave the Czech Republic and Slovakia an exception to a ban on one of its ingredients. Tuzemák, which was sold simply as rum until the Czech Republic joined the EU in 2004, has been under fire because one of its flavor additives, rum ether, has been linked to cancer. The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) in August 2017 said certain substances in rum ether pose a health risk. Rum ether is also used in the production of some non-alcoholic beverages and baked goods. The exemption only applies to tuzemák.

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