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Einstürzende Neubauten come to Archa

Prague TV |
8 November 2010

German Industrial music legends Einstürzende Neubauten come to the Divadlo Archa on Thursday, 11 November for a music concert.

Photoblog: Music in Prague

Prague Post |
8 November 2010

Like any other city, the sights are as important as the sounds when it comes to enjoying good music in Prague. To that end, The Velvet Violin has gathered together this gallery of some of the most interesting images of music in Prague from around the web.

Executing justice in the retributions after WWII

Radio Prague |
8 November 2010

The backlash at the end of WWII was harsh and violent. And that backlash against the Nazi occupiers, Sudeten Germans and Czechs believed to have collaborated in some way is the subject of US historian Benjamin Frommer's book "National Cleansing: Retribution against Nazi Collaborators in Postwar Czechoslovakia."

State steps up support for street art

Prague TV |
5 November 2010

A number of festivals are now celebrating street art. On top of that, works of graffiti are exhibited in galleries and sold at art fairs, all with the financial support of city councils.

National Theatre plans offer of wedding services

Radio Prague |
5 November 2010

It turns out that couples may soon be able to get married either in a salon at the theatre or even on stage at the historic Estates Theatre.

Music students are going Gaelic

Prague Post |
5 November 2010

Prague school teaches traditional Irish instruments and dance.

Ties across the Atlantic

Prague Post |
5 November 2010

Conference aims to build lasting relationships among young leaders.

When kids go clubbing

Prague Post |
5 November 2010

After-school activities are action-packed.

Ancient inquiries

Prague Post |
5 November 2010

Cunningham's latest novel meditates on art and the nature of beauty.

Wild things

Prague Post |
5 November 2010

Chris Cheek cuts loose with Rudder.

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