Thursday, 2 July 2020

Life

Proud to be an American

Prague Post |
1 July 2011

It's the U.S. birthday party, and everyone is invited.

The Adolescents

Prague Post |
1 July 2011

A seminal California punk band revives, records and hits Europe.

Terence Blanchard at Prague Proms

Prague Post |
6 July 2011

A jazz trumpeter and Spike Lee film scorer.

Candy as art

Prague Post |
1 July 2011

Russian wrappers have been designed throughout the years by artists and poets.

From stage actor to gay rights activist

Prague Post |
1 July 2011

Jiří Hromada talks gay rights, tolerance and theater.

Ronald Reagan to be honored in Czech capital

Czech Position |
1 July 2011

Ex-US president Ronald Reagan will be honored in Prague on Friday when part of a street in the Czech capital is named after him.

Baroque Opera – It's Fun!

Czech Position |
1 July 2011

Prague Baroque Festival sings up nightly performances of some over-the-top opera along with the world premiere of one by Vivaldi.

William Fitzsimmons and Slow Runner play Potrvá

Prague TV |
30 June 2011

Prague is looking forward to welcome back William Fitzsimmons, an American singer-songwriter, based in Illinois, perhaps best known for his songs "Passion Play" and "Please Don't Go", which aired during pivotal scenes in ABC's medical drama Grey's Anatomy.

Cut Copy at MeetFactory

Prague TV |
30 June 2011

Playing Prague for the first time, Cut Copy feel the love at MeetFactory on Thursday, 30 June.

Karlín – Prague's first suburb

Radio Prague |
30 June 2011

Prague's leafy central suburb of Karlín may best be known outside of the Czech Republic for the devastating floods that laid ruin to it in 2002, but much of the world has been using the machines and products born of Karlín factories for more than a hundred years and aside from that it is also Prague's oldest suburb – a point recalled by an exhibition being held this year at the City Museum in Prague that was created by historian Dr. Zdeněk Míka.

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