Thursday, 23 October 2014
Arts | Opus Osm

It must be nice to be a member of the chorus during a performance of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony – even if you have to wait 45 minutes to sing.

Life | Prague Wandering

Middle Eastern treats transport fair goers to Beirut and beyond.

Arts | The Prague Post

Mime Fest, the only international pantomime festival in the Czech Republic, will arrive in Prague in October. Czech and international stars of nonverbal theater will show play at two venues.

Dining | The Prague Post

While most Americans associate pumpkins with carved lanterns for Halloween or pie for Thanksgiving, the large orange vegetable is actually quite versatile.

Life | Prague Wandering

Sailor suits and bow ties are back in style as men and women pack into 1940s vintage rooms with big bands, swanky dance moves and a quick glimpse back in time. Swing dancing is a global craze, and Prague is not being left behind.

Arts | The Prague Post

The National Theater is reviving The Fall of Arkun (Pád Arkunu), one of Zdeněk Fibich's last works and a fairly obscure one.

Arts | The Prague Post

Three film theaters continue their run of screenings of top-class ballet, theater, opera and music productions.

Arts | The Prague Post

Electronic musician Daniel Victor Snaith has been conquering the hearts of music-loving fans under the name Caribou for a decade now. Our Love is the fourth album he has released under the name Caribou and features such guests as Jessy Lanza. She is also the supporting act for the show at MeetFactory on Oct.16.

Dining | Prague Wandering

Vegan chain fuels expansion in city's meat-free dining scene.

Arts | The Prague Post

The 19th festival of contemporary art called 4+4 Days in Motion is under way with events across Prague.

Arts | The Prague Post

Shakespeare's sonnets are set to music in a bilingual evening.

Cinema | The Prague Post

Festival of German-language films screens best films from the region, many with English subtitles.

Life | Prague TV

Whatever your budget and preference Prague has a hotel to suit you, whether you're a luxury hotel kind of traveller or a backpacker on a budget.

Life | Radio Prague

When Jan Palach burned himself to death in January 1969 over the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia, his radical protest was echoed by a number of young men in the Eastern Bloc. Among them was Eliyahu Rips.

Life | Prague Wandering

Red-carpet fashion got a whiff of academic chic last month when Charles University's Law Faculty hosted "Mercedes-Benz Prague Fashion Weekend 2014."