Sunday, 23 November 2014

Life

Nearly half a million saw Signal

The Prague Post |
13 November 2014

The Signal festival of light art has upped the estimate of how many people attended to close to half a million.

Culture in Prague? There's an app for that

The Prague Post |
12 November 2014

EUNIC ČR is currently starting a mobile application in English and other languages about cultural happenings in Prague.

Mini golf in Prague 3

Kids in Prague |
11 November 2014

The new outdoor Mini Golf course in the centre of Vinohrady/Žižkov is good fun and reasonably well priced. It's a nice adult and kid-friendly activity for mild Autumn weather which you could also combine with a visit to the tower or a park visit to Riegrovy sady.

Pepper de Callier: Things to Think About

Prague Daily Monitor |
10 Nov 2014

"Success is getting what you want. Happiness is wanting what you get." - Warren Buffet

Zlín: Where there's no biz like shoe biz

Livemint |
10 November 2014

In this hometown of a welfare corporation that would spread its wings across the world, a museum is the only remnant of a shoemaking empire.

The Czech guerilla restorationist battling to "save Star Wars"

Radio Prague |
10 November 2014

Petr Harmáček, a 26-year-old English teacher from the city of Pilsen, has devoted hundreds of hours to trying to restore the original Star Wars trilogy – namely "Star Wars", released in 1977, and its two sequels "The Empire Strikes Back", released in 1980, and "Return of the Jedi", released in 1983.

Movie review: Interstellar

The Prague Post |
7 November 2014

This year’s big space epic tries to fly too close to the sun, does not live up to expectations

Music festival: Alternativa

The Prague Post |
7 November 2014

Some of the avant-garde goes mainstream

New Havel biography released in Britain and US

Radio Prague |
7 November 2014

A new biography of Václav Havel, written by his former press secretary, advisor and long-time friend Michael Žantovský, will be officially released on Thursday in Britain and the U.S.

Vilém Prečan reflects on “The German Autumn in Prague, 1989”

Radio Prague |
7 November 2014

In this week's Panorama, I am joined by Vilém Prečan, the chairman and founder of the Czechoslovak Documentation Centre.

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