Saturday, 20 December 2014


New game warns about scams

The Prague Post |
18 November 2014

Characters have to get home safely in a game meant to teach the elderly

Second edition of Theatre Night held in Czech Republic

Radio Prague |
18 November 2014

Nearly 120 theatre ensembles in 29 Czech cities and towns are participating in the European Theatre Night on Saturday.

Michael Žantovský on his new book “Havel”

Radio Prague |
18 November 2014

Michael Žantovský is the author of a newly published book on the former Czech president simply entitled “Havel” available in both Czech and English.

A tale of two towns and their post-communist transformation

Radio Prague |
18 November 2014

The Czech Republic is marking 25 years since the start of the Velvet Revolution which toppled the communist regime.

Adršpach-Teplice rock town

Epoch Times |
14 November 2014

The Adršpach-Teplice rock town is made naturally of huge rock formations that take the shape of pillars, columns, walls and labyrinths. Almost every rock has its distinctive name, for example "the lovers" or "the Johann Wolfgang".

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.

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