Thursday, 20 June 2019

Life

Neat and tidy, with a twist

Prague Post |
26 November 2010

Thelenová finds poetry and humor in household drudgery.

Burgers as bait

Prague Post |
26 November 2010

U Schnellů's hamburger specials are all hype.

Recycle this book

Prague Post |
26 November 2010

Memoir offers a glimpse at an eco-friendly lifestyle.

The young upsetter

Prague Post |
26 November 2010

Sara Lugo brings new energy to dancehall.

1960s-era nostalgia called into question

Prague Post |
26 November 2010

National Museum looks at everyday life and nascent consumerism of key decade.

A place for play

Prague Post |
26 November 2010

Interactive exhibit calls on visitors young and old to get involved.

ČR's oldest wine bottle sells for CZK 107,000

Prague Post |
26 November 2010

Czech charity Nadace Via recoups record sum from auction.

Prague author Johannes Urzidil remembered 40 years after his death

Radio Prague |
26 November 2010

This November marked the 40th anniversary of the death of Johannes Urzidil, the Prague-born writer, poet, historian and journalist.

New tome captures genius of pioneer of Cubist architecture Josef Gočár

Radio Prague |
26 November 2010

In Prague's Old Town, on the corner of Celetná Street and Ovocný trh, you will find the House of the Black Madonna, one of the most distinctive structures in a city known for its unparalleled mix of architectural styles. It was the first building in the rare Cubist style of architecture strongly associated with the city, and today houses a Cubist museum.

So low

Grant's Prague Bike Blog |
25 November 2010

With NPR's "All Songs Considered" podcast to keep me company, I ventured from my house in Černý Vůl, west of Prague, down through Únětice to Roztoky (nothing happening at the site of our beloved Koliba, by the way), then along the river to Lysolaje, then up through some nasty construction to V Šáreckém údolí, and then up to the fantastic Croatian restaurant at Jeneralka called Chorvatský Mlýn.

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