Monday, 22 January 2018

Life

Rockin' into the Golden City

Prague Post |
24 April 2009

The Hard Rock Café chain set up shop in Prague in the V.J. Rott building, a UNESCO World Heritage site in the heart of Old Town.

Walking a mile in his shoes

Prague Post |
24 April 2009

The exhibition "The Baťa Phenomenon: Zlín Architecture 1910-1960" at Veletržní palác shows how Baťa transformed the Moravian town into a Functionalist showcase.

Life in the other Czech capital

Prague Post |
24 April 2009

Lower living costs and 'authentic' local culture lure expats to Brno.

Patience with God by Tomáš Halík hits bookshelves worldwide

Radio Prague |
20 April 2009

A new book by Tomáš Halík, a Catholic priest and a renowned Czech theologian, has been put out by the US publisher Doubleday and hit the bookshelves in English-speaking countries around the world.

A boffo night of Baroque

Prague Post |
17 April 2009

Georg Friedrich Händel himself could not ask for a more loving, faithful and spirited re-creation of Rinaldo, his 1711 opera that the National Theater has magically brought back to life.

Catch of the day

Prague Post |
17 April 2009

Prague's most renowned chefs squared off in the Czech Republic's eighth annual Oyster Opening Championship.

Remembering Czech Expo success at the Brussels Atomium

Radio Prague |
17 April 2009

Expo 1958, the first global event of its kind after the Second World War, is remembered proudly by Czechs – with the Czechoslovak pavilion taking top prize.

Czech researchers set to return to Machu Picchu

Radio Prague |
15 April 2009

Czech researchers have begun preparing a return expedition to the ancient site of Machu Picchu, where they have monitored geological conditions over several years now.

Czechs have discovered new legal dance club drug

By Jaroslava Synáčová | Týden.cz |
14 Apr 2009

Benzylpiperazine has become a new hit on the club scene. Dubbed "fake ecstasy", its main advantage is that it is legal.

A pilgrimage to the birthplace of Pilsner beer

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette/AP |
14 April 2009

The faintly bitter lager first produced in Plzeň more than a century ago gave rise to a style of beer that has since circled the globe.

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