Monday, 12 November 2018

Life

How the Czech city built on shoes reclaimed its past

Atlas Obscura |
18 September 2018

Zlín is revitalizing its history on the heels of Communist rule.

La Parrillada - Grill Music Fest

Prague TV |
17 September 2018

Here we go again... La parrilada / grilovacka international BBQ festival taking place this Saturday in Prague's Zlute lazne.

Tuesday Funky Tonk

Prague TV |
17 September 2018

Tuesdays are dedicated to the good ol' funk! Come relax to our venue & enjoy your Tuesday funky tonk.

New attractions coming to Brno Zoo

Brno Daily |
17 September 2018

Brno Zoo is to open new attractions including a cable car ride, a "Prehistoric Trip" exhibition, and a new "Klondike" exhibition.

Josef Frantisek: The Battle of Britain's Czech hero

BBC News |
18 September 2018

Winston Churchill described the Battle of Britain pilots as "these splendid men… who will have the glory of saving their native land". But they weren't all British. A new film, Hurricane, tells the story of the Polish pilots of 303 Squadron - and highlights the brilliance of an often-overlooked Czech flying ace, Josef Frantisek.

Lipnice Castle: the stone guardian of the Sázava region

Radio Prague |
19 September 2018

There are two very good reasons why you should visit Lipnice. The small town is dominated by a romantic castle that is a favorite setting for international filmmakers. It was also the last home of Jaroslav Hašek.

Casino Party

Prague TV |
14 September 2018

La Loca's famous Theme Parties are back. Glamorous Casino Night starts at 8pm.

British student exploring Brno with his wheelchair

Brno Daily |
14 September 2018

This year's Summer School of the Masaryk University Faculty of Arts was special because one participant from England was handicapped, and using a wheelchair.

Americká Street will be made great again

Prague TV |
14 September 2018

The block party on Americká Street in Prague 2, just off of náměstí Míru, will be one of the larger events in this year's Zažít město jinak (Different City Experience) festival, Saturday, Sept. 15. Events will start at 11 am and run to about 10 pm, when city noise regulations will call things to a halt.

Dog discovers Bronze Age treasure in Kostelec

Radio Prague |
14 September 2018

While on a walk with his owner in the northern Bohemian village of Kostelecké Horky, a dog dug up more than 20 unique Bronze Age objects. These have since been analysed by archaeologists and, from Thursday, the pieces are on display at a special exhibition in the local town of Kostelec nad Orlicí.

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