Thursday, 15 November 2018

Life

Frusack - Czech alternative to plastic bags

Brno Daily |
16 October 2018

Two eco-oriented Czech students suggested - already two years ago - an alternative to plastic bags: Frusack – a bio-recyclable bag for fruits and vegetables made of corn cellulose.

Farmers' markets having a series of festivals

Prague TV |
16 October 2018

Most of Prague's farmers markets will operate into the late fall and winter, except the ones at Tylovo náměstí and Anděl.

Caffeinated beverages in 16th century Bohemia

By Jan Velinger | CU Media |
16 October 2018

Anyone interested in the history of hot chocolate, tea and coffee would be thrilled to sit down with Karel Černý - the head of Prague's Institute of Medicine and Foreign Languages at Charles University's First Faculty of Medicine - as we did.

Alan Hollinghurst's Booker prize winning novel sparks free speech controversy

The Independent |
15 October 2018

Excerpt condemned as 'pornographic' after being broadcast on radio – but liberals say press rights are being attacked.

Visiting Třebíč's timeless ghetto

Forbes |
15 October 2018

On our tour which took us from Vienna to Prague, we visited the thousand-year-old city of Trebic in the Czech Republic. Here, we walked into the remarkably preserved Jewish quarter, a virtual monument to the time when churches and synagogues co-existed side by side.

Wine gala tasting at Mangustino

Prague TV |
15 October 2018

Monday Smash

Prague TV |
15 October 2018

Energy boosting start of the week -> that's Monday Smash at La Loca Music Bar

CAMP lets you try urban planning

Prague TV |
15 October 2018

Urban planning is more difficult than it sounds. People can try their hand at building a future Prague at a new interactive exhibit at Prague's Center for Architecture and Metropolitan Planning (CAMP), which just launched its second season.

Honest Guide: Trip to Pardubice

Prague TV |
15 October 2018

Pardubice is an amazing city with a lot of options what to do, where to go to eat or where to have a drink. If you wish to have a very local experience, Pardubice is your choice.

Lata Brandisová: the woman who won Europe's toughest steeplechase

Radio Prague |
15 October 2018

The Czech Republic has a long tradition of horse racing and the most celebrated race of all is the Great Pardubice, or Velká pardubická. The only woman to ever win the race is Lata Brandisová, and she won way back in 1937. Her remarkable story is the subject of a book, currently being written by the British journalist, Richard Askwith.

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