Sunday, 16 December 2018

Life

There's something about sunshine on new leaves

Grant's Prague Bike Blog |
4 June 2010

For a weird little town-that-time-forgot, Kralupy nad Vltavou has a very progressive pedestrian and cyclists' bridge over the river.

Czechs in Afghanistan, Pt. X: What the future holds

Radio Prague |
3 June 2010

As Radio Prague's series on Czechs in Afghanistan winds down, Christian Falvey reports on the feelings about the future among the people working there, Czech and Afghan alike.

Cypress Hill: We still tell it like it is

Prague Post |
2 June 2010

Hip-hoppers in a new state of mind, but mind-altering substances still play a role.

The Buskers of Prague

Expats.cz |
2 June 2010

Go to most major cities and you'll find them in pedestrian underpasses or on street corners, squares and malls and sometimes even in metro stations. Prague, a city with an obvious romantic backdrop, is unfortunately quiet in this area.

Fastest foresters flock to ČR for Tree Climbing Championships

The Independent |
1 June 2010

Průhonice Park, south of Czech capital Prague, will be hosting the event 12-13 June, and Europe's best climbers are then invited to the International Championships - the World Cup of tree climbing - in Illinois six weeks later.

Roots music from another planet

Prague Post |
31 May 2010

Hazmat Modine offers an update of 20th-century Americana.

How TV brings Czechs and Slovaks back together

Time |
31 May 2010

Seventeen years after Czechoslovakia separated into two countries, Czechs and Slovaks are reuniting again — on television.

Helping disadvantaged children to learn English

Radio Prague |
28 May 2010

The Faculty of Education at Prague's Charles University carries out a project aimed at developing after-school teaching activities for children in children's homes.

Generation '89 to have their say

Prague Post |
28 May 2010

Young people from across Europe born in the last year of communism to present a declaration to the EU in June.

Swimming to Prague

Prague Post |
28 May 2010

The Fringe Fest returns with a strong international lineup.

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