Friday, 29 May 2020
Life | Radio Prague

Popular films, TV series and novels can profoundly shape a nation's collective memory and cement the evolving historical master narrative. In her new book, historian Veronika Pehe examines the evolving ways the era has been portrayed since 1989 – from early comedies to tragic narratives that cast the past as trauma.

Life | Prague Daily Monitor

Ladislav Poledna brings us a hard to come by Czech Charity event. The 12th annual MDA Ride Prague chapter changes up the event for 2020 but keeps the hope alive! Come and participate, English is encouraged.

Cinema | Expats.cz

Czech distributor Bontonfilm has reached an agreement with the streaming service to bring a wealth of Czech classics to the platform.

Life | Expats.cz

Some tips for where to go and what do on children's day in Prague this year.

Life | Sport | The Sydney Morning Herald

World No.12 Petra Kvitova returned to court dressed for the French Open but was happy to triumph in the women's draw at an all-Czech tournament as the sports world slowly returns from the coronavirus shutdowns.

Life | Expats.cz

Plant swapping is gaining popularity in Prague, here's how to get in on the green-thumb fun!

Life | Expats.cz

What's on for this weekend? Lots of open air fun as well as streaming opportunities

Life | Sport | GOAL.COM

The 17-year-old has already made 50 appearances for the Sparta Prague first team having previously turned down Arsenal and Bayern Munich.

Dining | Expats.cz

LAb Space is a new bar/cafe/bistro at Náplavka. Slated for opening in October 2019 but postponed until recently, LasSaboritas stopped by on May 25 to see what the buzz is about.

Life | Brno Daily

Miloslav Stingl, Czech writer, ethnographer and traveller, passed away earlier this month at the age of 89. Passionate about people, especially indigenous cultures, Stingl became close to several indigenous tribes. On behalf of all indigenous cultures, a Maori tribe has paid tribute to the professor.

Life | Radio Prague

The National Museum in Prague has launched an exhibition of home-made and designer facemasks, which have become a symbol of the nation's fight against the coronavirus.

Life | Transitions Online

Symbios, a "social house" in Brno, aims to help young adults without adequate family situations adjust to everyday life.

Dining | The Gazette

Chef Tomas Slepicka, a Czech native who moved to Cedar Rapids in 2014, is teaching cooking classes through the National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library.

Life | UniMedia

John M. Coggeshall is a professor of anthropology at Clemson University in South Carolina. As a cultural anthropologist, Coggeshall has spent his career researching American regional ethnic and social groups. He was a visiting professor at Charles University in the fall semester of 2019.

Cinema | BroadcastPro

The Karlovy Vary International Film Festival has unveiled a programme of theatrical screenings across the Czech Republic called "KVIFF At Your Cinema". Sixteen films will play at 96 theatres in almost 80 towns and cities over the course of nine days.