Saturday, 30 May 2015

Life

French House, Balkan-Latin fusion and Screamo

Prague Wandering |
29 April 2015

What locals listen to when they want to get moving.

Blowing life into glass for almost fifty years

Prague Wandering |
29 April 2015

Jiří Suhájek is an active, 71-year-old Czech glass artist and painter. Amongst hundreds of individual pieces, the artist is most famous for his series of colorful, curvy cross-legged women, whose long legs melt over the tables they pose on.

Is Reinhard Heydrich's Mercedes really for sale?

The Prague Post |
29 April 2015

Danish vintage auto enthusiast is confident his car was the one in which the 'Butcher of Prague' was assassinated.

Exhibition highlights Hus as Prague university head

ČTK |
28 Apr 2015

An exhibition highlighting Czech medieval thinker and church reformer Jan Hus as the Prague University teacher, dean and rector has opened in the university's historical complex Karolinum to mark the upcoming anniversary of Hus's death.

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How to join the circus

Prague Wandering |
28 April 2015

The high-flying workout that builds a communal bond as strong as your muscles.

Faux leather shorts with fur? Yeah we got that

Prague Wandering |
28 April 2015

One-of-a-kind shops offer alternative to uniformity of global brands.

You are invited to a witch burning

The Prague Post |
30 April 2015

In much of Europe, April 30 is Witches Night. Celebrations often involve a bonfire with an effigy of a witch. In the Czech version, it has more to do with getting rid of the fallow spirit of winter than any particular historical figure.

Change in status will see Anglo-American target US high school students, says university head Alan Krautstengl

Radio Prague |
28 April 2015

This Wednesday Prague's Anglo-American University will be holding a double celebration. The institution will be marking 25 years of existence – and officially opening its new campus at the magnificent Thurn-Taxis Palace in Malá Strana.

Bloody conclusion of WWII in Czech lands

Radio Prague |
27 April 2015

Let's take a look at the situation in Bohemia and Moravia in late April and early May 1945 in the run up to commemorations of the 70th anniversary of the end of WWII.

Allen Ginsberg and other immoral menaces

Radio Prague |
27 April 2015

Fifty years ago, on 1 May 1965, annual student festivities in Prague to mark the joys of spring culminated in the American Beat poet Allen Ginsberg being declared "Král majálesu" – the King of May.

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