Friday, 31 October 2014

Life

Exhibition: Designblok 2014

The Prague Post |
6 October 2014

Festival of design and fashion expands to several venues across the city

Prague on two wheels

The Prague Post |
6 October 2014

The Golden City is not known for being overly bike friendly, but that is changing

A red-letter hotel

The Prague Post |
6 October 2014

Remnant of social realism stands the test of time — and so does its name

Mezi Ploty festival underway at Pragues Bohnice psychiatric hospital

Radio Prague |
6 October 2014

Dozens of music and theatre ensembles are performing at this year’s Mezi Ploty, or Within Fences, cultural festival at Prague's Bohnice psychiatric hospital.

Prof. Andrew Lass receives Dagmar and Václav Havel Foundation VIZE 97 Prize

Radio Prague |
6 October 2014

Forty-one years after being expelled from Czechoslovakia by the communist government, Andrew Lass, professor of anthropology at Holyoke College, US, was awarded the Dagmar and Václav Havel Foundation VIZE 97 Prize.

Czech couples and financial infidelity

Radio Prague |
6 October 2014

Although many Czechs still opt for joint finances when tying the knot, keeping that arrangement is not always easy.

Sky's no limit for Czech chimney climbers

U-T San Diego/AP |
3 October 2014

From afar, they look like ants crawling up a tower into the sky. Dozens of members of the Czech Union of Chimney Climbers scaled the 60-meter-tall chimney of a former textile factory one recent Saturday — a hobby they do for thrills and incomparable views.

Miss Czech Slovak America to be chosen in New York

The Prague Post |
3 October 2014

Lýdia Svobodová, who won the Miss Deaf World 2014 title in Prague, will be a member of the grand jury of the Miss Czech Slovak America 2015 pageant, to be held on Oct. 25, 2014, at the Bohemian National Hall in New York City.

Expat Insider 2014

InterNations |
2 Oct 2014

InterNations, the world's largest expat network, has conducted the Expat Insider Survey 2014 – completed by close to 14,000 expatriates.

Sale of dolls from Czech Republic supports mothers in need

Digital Journal |
2 October 2014

Jana Růžičková, a boutique designer from the Czech Republic, has a rather interesting doll collection, one that is not only unique but also supports a good cause.

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