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Strings of Autumn takes a gala gamble

Prague Post |
2 April 2010

Shrinking funding for the arts prompts a bold roll of the fundraising dice.

Exhibition highlights benefits of recycling

Radio Prague |
2 April 2010

Yesterday saw the opening of a new exhibition in Prague focusing on the benefits of recycling.

Popular marionette theater reopens in Prague

Radio Prague |
2 April 2010

After two years of reconstruction, Prague's famed marionette theatre "Divadlo Spejbla a Hurvínka" reopened its doors yesterday.

After 160 years of service the telegram bows out

Radio Prague |
1 April 2010

In what some describe as the end of an era, the Czech Postal Service on Wednesday ended a 160-year-long practice of delivering telegrams.

Czech flag turns 90

Radio Prague |
1 April 2010

On Tuesday, 30 March the Czech flag was more in evidence than usual – the state symbol turned 90.

The rise and fall of the King of Comedians, Vlasta Burian

Radio Prague |
1 April 2010

For all the funny people who have contributed to a century of Czech filmmaking, the title "King of Comics" belongs to only one. Vlasta Burian would be 119 years old next month, and he would be very proud of his reputation indeed.

Spring is like an X-ray

Grant's Prague Bike Blog |
31 March 2010

The snow finally melts, the bushes and the trees are bare, and a cyclist or a hiker can see through things.

Easter in Prague

Expats.cz |
31 March 2010

A look at Easter traditions and this year's events.

Action hero bounces a Czech

Reuters |
30 March 2010

Jean-Claude Van Damme uses his martial arts skills to kick a bottle of wine off the head of Libor Bouček.

FAMU dean: sometimes it's too easy to make a film here

Radio Prague |
30 March 2010

The Czech Film and Television Academy, or FAMU, has been educating filmmakers for over 60 years.

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