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Ringo Starr to play Prague this summer

Prague Post |
5 April 2011

Sixties music fans who enjoyed the Beatlemania exhibition at Prague's National Museum of Music – which finishes this Wednesday after an extended run – will get a chance to see a glimpse of the real thing this June, when Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band come to town.

Date with a master

Prague TV |
4 April 2011

Jana Heyduková, headband designer and milliner with Jane Bond, discusses her work.

It's 3am – Do you know where you are? Here's how to get home.

Prague Post |
4 April 2011

One of the hardest parts about going out in Prague can be trying to figure out how to get home.

Olga Walló: a Bohemian tale

Radio Prague |
4 April 2011

Olga Walló has become something of a literary phenomenon in the recent years, even though she was over fifty when her first novel was published in 1998.

Brno hip hop band Čokovoko puts out new album

Radio Prague |
4 April 2011

The Brno-based duo Čokovoko is one of the most unusual occurrences on the Czech music scene. The combination of amusing lyrics, unexpected sampling as well as rather crude singing earned them a following in clubs around the country.

What's up at M1 Lounge

Prague Post |
1 April 2011

R&B shisha, sushi and berry drinks for free is what you can expect from M1 Lounge in Old Town.

Up With People comes to Prague

Prague Post |
1 April 2011

After exactly 20 years, Prague will once again host the Up With People program, a touring group of young adults who sing, dance and perform community service in order to promote world unity and goodwill.

Detective work and restoration work fills gaps in unique Czech historical archive

Radio Prague |
31 March 2011

Langhans photographic gallery is currently celebrating the 130th anniversary since the original studio, which became the most famous in the country, was founded in the centre of Prague in 1880.

Here's mud in your eye (and everywhere else)

Grant's Prague Bike Blog |
31 March 2011

A bike trip to Nebušice.

News from Shakespeare and Sons

Prague Post |
31 March 2011

Prague English language bookstore Shakespeare and Sons has updated its website, making it easier to order books online, and also including several interesting features like "This Month's Literary Birthdays."

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