Monday, 17 December 2018

Life

Czech Center chief Barbara Karpetová: If you commit yourself to the mission, New York will pay it back

Radio Prague |
4 December 2018

When I visited New York in September I heard nothing but praise for the work of the city's Czech Center in recent years. Much of the credit for this belongs to Barbara Karpetová, its tireless director, whose tenure is now coming to a close.

Mad Mad Monday

Prague TV |
3 December 2018

Mad Mad Monday has a history of over 7 years in Prague. If you are looking for a place to party then the newly reconstructed KU club is the place for you.

International meetup and karaoke

Prague TV |
3 December 2018

Meet old and make new friends at California Republic - every Monday we are hosting a special international meetup for everyone who wants to chat and sing.

Czechs and the aristocracy: a love-hate relationship

Radio Prague |
3 December 2018

Czechs have always had somewhat contradictory feelings toward their nobility. One of the country's leading aristocrats once even bitterly complained that Czechs are either louts or boot-lickers, nothing in between.

Mark Knight coming back to Roxy

Prague TV |
30 November 2018

The real dj heavyweight, Grammy-nominated producer and owner of Toolroom Records - Mark Knight is coming back to Roxy.

Battle of Austerlitz returns this weekend after 213 years

Brno Daily |
29 November 2018

The Battle of Austerlitz, also known as the Battle of the Three Emperors, took place on December 2, 1805. The 213th anniversary of the battle is dedicated to events commemorating Napoleonic history in Europe.

Ladies Night at California Republic

Prague TV |
29 November 2018

Every Thursday California Republic Bar compliments ladies with a special drink. Today's offer is Dirty Shirley cocktail: mix of raspberry vodka, lemon lime soda, lime juice and dash of Grenadine.

Professor Piet Hein Donner gives Cleveringa lecture at CU

CU Media |
29 November 2018

Prague's Charles University is proud to have hosted its first Cleveringa lecture at the Patriotic Hall this week, commemorating a famous courageous protest speech by Professor Rudolph Pabus Cleveringa on November 26, 1940 at Leiden University against the dismissal of Jewish colleagues.

Terezín attics yield traces of life, hopes, dreams of prisoners in war-time Jewish ghetto

Radio Prague |
29 November 2018

In 1941, Nazi Germany turned the centuries-old Czech garrison town of Terezín into a Jewish ghetto and concentration camp. Over the next few years, some 155,000 people were held there in desperate conditions awaiting transport to the death camps further east. And yet, there was a well-documented flourishing of cultural life in the ghetto.

Traffic light dating

Prague TV |
28 November 2018

Ask your bartender for the right straw and start to play

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