Monday, 22 September 2014
Cinema | Prague TV

In a seemingly perfect community, without war, pain, suffering, differences or choice, a young boy is chosen to learn from an elderly man about the true pain and pleasure of the "real" world in the science fiction movie The Giver. A self-absorbed realtor enlists the help of his neighbor when he's suddenly left in charge of the granddaughter he never knew existed until his estranged son drops her off at his home in the comedy And So It Goes.

Life | The New York Times

On a steep slope in the Malvazinky district of Prague stands the Vila Helenka, constructed in 1903 and a distinctive example of the period's exuberant Art Nouveau style.

Life | Radio Prague

Large-scale exhibit with a trench and bunkers ends soon

Life | Radio Prague

Gallery of Art Prague is hosting an exhibition of works of the legendary Spanish artist Salvador Dalí.

Cinema | Radio Prague

A painfully wretched comedy has no laughs and a seemingly never-ending supply of moments of cringe

Life | The Prague Post

Some 19 films screened from five countries as part of fifth annual Nordic Film Autumn festival

Life | The Prague Post

Czech or Slovak plays in the main program will have English surtitles or simultaneous translation. Foreign plays will have Czech surtitles, but unfortunately not English ones.

Life | Prague TV

5. 9. - 25. 9. 2014 (4. 9. 2014 opening) at Kvalitář Gallery, Senovážné náměstí 17, Praha 1

Dining | Prague TV

A coffee connoisseur has opened a new café in the heart of Vinohrady that acts as a degustation showroom for the company's gourmet specialty coffees.

Life | The Prague Post

World War I saw the start of a 'century of refugees'

Life | Radio Prague

Lukáš Houdek is a man of varied interests.

Life | Radio Prague

Three years after the opening of the first community garden in Prague, the idea of growing plants in the city seems to have put down firm roots and is quickly spreading all over the country, with an increasing number of Czechs taking to urban gardening.

Life | Radio Prague

Hundreds of historic buildings, churches, technical monuments and other landmarks across the Czech Republic that are not usually open to the public will welcome visitors free of charge during European Heritage Days.

Life | Radio Prague

Several cities in the Czech Republic and abroad including Brussels, Oxford, Plzeň and Hradec Králové are looking to unveil Havel’s Place memorials dedicated to the late Czech president Václav Havel, the news website lidovky.cz reported on Sunday.

Life | Radio Prague

An artistic project exploring the impact of the 1620 Battle of White Mountain will begin with an ecumenical service in Prague on Sunday.