Saturday, 15 August 2020
Cinema | Prague Daily Monitor

While commercial cinema theaters are in the standby mode waiting for the world premieres independent cinemas like Kino Světozor, Kino Aero, and Bio Oko screen the last year's bestsellers and everyone's favorite films.

Life | Expats.cz

There's more than enough fun on tap in this West Bohemian city which offers a great family getaway from Prague.

Life | Expats.cz

The ban on beer bikes in the center of Prague will end on Saturday, August 15. The city's original ban was overturned by the Municipal Court and a 60-day temporary ban imposed by the city will expire. The city has filed an appeal with the Supreme Court and is awaiting a decision, but the ban will not be in effect in the meantime.

Arts | Expats.cz

From September 8 to 28 Výstaviště in Prague's Holešovice district will host a celebration called Praha Září. It will bring together social and cultural activities from the realms of modern and classical music, new circus, theater and dance, fine arts, design, film, digital art, and new technologies.

Arts | Expats.cz

Tennis player Ivan Lendl's collection of posters by Alfons Mucha will return to Obecní dům, the same place where they attracted 185,000 visitors seven years ago. The iMucha exhibition starts August 21 and runs daily to February 10, 2023.

Cinema | Prague Daily Monitor

Perhaps the finest film I've encountered about the communist-era Czechoslovakia so far is Vojtěch Jasný's wondrous All My Good Countrymen, writes Lee in this week's Czech Film Review.

Dining | Expats.cz

The couple behind the restaurant Stereo in Letná are helping pay it back to their community by providing free lunches to senior citizens who otherwise might not be able to afford to hot meal.

Dining | Prague Daily Monitor

Ice lollies, ice rolls, sorbets, gelatos...the Prague Ice Cream Festival will offer all types and flavors of the popular summer treat at the Holesovice exhibition grounds on August 30.

Life | Radio Prague

Some 70 kilometres south of Prague, the Vltava River creates one of its most beautiful meanders. Because of its shape it is called Solenická Podkova or the Solenice Horseshoe.

Life | Honest Guide

Janek and Honza travel to Innsbruck to see the Honest Bell.

Life | Radio Prague

Lukáš Houdek is a Czech artist, a leading figure in the Hate Free Culture initiative, and an openly gay campaigner for LGBTQ rights. During Prague Pride week he met with Radio Prague to talk about his work, which has taken him from excluded localities in the Czech Republic to Ghana or, most recently, the Republic of South Africa.

Cinema | Radio Prague

For decades one of the country's top movie stars, Anna Geislerová has recently won plaudits for her role as Václav Havel's wife Olga in the biopic Havel. In an interview with Radio Prague, she talks about playing Olga and her own encounters with the Havels.

Dining | Expats.cz

While learning the Czech language and legalities was a challenge, Pashentseva has established a flourishing small business.

Arts | Radio Prague

An exhibition of artists who have responded to some kind of political oppression in their work is currently underway at the National Czech and Slovak Museum and Library in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Entitled Artists as Activists, it showcases the works of internationally recognized contemporary artists.

Cinema | Radio Prague

The 46th annual Summer Film School in Uherské Hradiště, one of the country's most highly respected film festivals, kicked off in the south Moravian town on Friday.