Saturday, 20 October 2018

Life

Drugs in the Czech Republic and Slovakia: High contrast

The Economist |
27 August 2010

Why are the Czechs more lenient on narcotic use than the Slovaks?

Beyond basic materials

Prague Post |
27 August 2010

Jorgensen's visual poetry enhances the power of words.

Gulliver revisited

Prague Post |
27 August 2010

Ajvaz's The Golden Age uses utopia to explore mutability.

A blast from the past

Prague Post |
27 August 2010

Strakonice festival brings piping's history into the present.

Celebrity calamity

Prague Post |
27 August 2010

Misguided casting sinks seasonal Shakespeare.

Dreadlocks and drum machines

Prague Post |
27 August 2010

Rock for Church(ill) offers something for everyone.

Street rhythms

Prague Post |
27 August 2010

Belgian artist Chase takes his irreverent talents indoors at Prague 2 gallery.

The Café Louvre: a surviving jewel from Prague's café heyday

Radio Prague |
26 August 2010

Café Louvre is one of the few great cafés which have survived the ravages of time and has been restored to some of its original grandeur.

Thriller Walkin' Prague

Prague TV |
26 August 2010

Beginning on Palackého náměstí and ending on Hradčanské náměstí, fans recreate Michael Jackson's most famous video at various points around the city at Saturday's Thriller Walkin' Prague event.

Workshop looks to Pixar to revive Czech animation

Radio Prague |
26 August 2010

Studio Bohemian Multimedia has organised the Anomalia workshop, a two-month course in modern animation that has brought some of the best minds in the field – namely artists from the famed American studio Pixar – to the east Bohemian town of Litomyšl to share their knowledge with students from central Europe and even other professional Czech animators.

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