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Changing of the guard

Prague Post |
30 July 2010

New ownership at Vinohrady's popular Royal Oak pub.

Saying bye-bye to the Blind Eye

Prague Post |
30 July 2010

Nostalgia was the order of the night 24 July, as infamous Žižkov hideout Blind Eye bid adieu to its loyal clientele and prepared to close its doors - at least for the time being.

Extreme sports take center stage

Prague Post |
30 July 2010

Annual bike jumping competition launches 31 July in Roztoky.

Short trip, long journey

Prague Post |
30 July 2010

A day biking in and around nearby Mělník offers a taste of nature and libation.

Communist-era flashback

Prague Post |
30 July 2010

Iconic Igráček was a popular toy for kids of another generation.

Prague Folklore Days 2010

Prague TV |
29 July 2010

From Thursday, 29 July until Sunday, 1 August, the Prague Folklore Days festival brings free entertainment to Old Town Square, Wenceslas Square and Náměstí Republiky.

Fashion Expert: EnvMin's new dress code merely demands reasonable business attire

Radio Prague |
29 July 2010

Long-sleeved dress shirts and slacks for men, knee-length skirts and long-sleeved blouses for women, no open-toe shoes or sandals: This is the dress code that newly appointed Minister of the Environment Pavel Drobil is asking employees of his ministry to abide by in the future.

Summer Czech language courses in Dobruška

Radio Prague |
29 July 2010

For the last 20 years, Prague's Charles University has been organizing summer language courses for expats at this particular venue.

Freelancing in Prague

ČTK |
28 July 2010

Freelancing is becoming more and more of a popular option for those who want to avoid the nine-to-five cubicle routine.

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Bohemiae Rosa

Expats.cz |
27 July 2010

Farming the organic way: Expats.cz talks to the owner of Bohemiae Rosa, Ingmar Booij.

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