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Fairytales come true in Czech Republic castle

Huffington Post |
26 April 2011

Located in the Czech Republic's legendary St. George Forest, Chateau Mcely, now a boutique hotel, was once the hunting lodge of the Thurn-Taxis aristocracy, a German-based family who set up the postal service in 16th century Europe.

The Little Clown Project – a new generation of Czech volunteers at work

Radio Prague |
26 April 2011

In the Czech Republic, where the state controlled everything under Communism, volunteering does not enjoy a long tradition. But some 20 years after the demise of the former regime, more and more young volunteers are actively changing the face of their country.

10th annual Oyster Opening Competition in Prague

Radio Prague |
22 April 2011

Over a thousand oysters fresh from the seacoast of Bretagne were delivered to Old Town Square shortly after midday last Saturday for the 10th annual Oyster Opening Competition and chefs from some of the best Czech restaurants sharpened their blades and taped over their fingers preparing to do battle in a contest that would get one of them an all-expenses-paid trip to Ireland's Galway to take part in the World Oyster Opening Championship in September.

Hedwig and the Angry Inch

Prague Post |
22 April 2011

Sex-op musical successfully crosses ribaldry with pathos.

Protecting Mother Earth

Prague Post |
22 April 2011

Earth Day festival gaining local popularity.

The Golden City's Anglican minister

Prague Post |
22 April 2011

The Reverend Ricky Yates preaches Christ in a culture of atheists.

AniFest 2011

Prague Post |
22 April 2011

Biggest animations of the year battle it out for prize.

Ambassador Kafka sees Czech and Irish parallels

Czech Position |
22 April 2011

Ambassador Tomáš Kafka speaks to Czech Position about his job, poetry and the difference between himself and James Bond.

Seek and ye shall find: Specialty Easter beers

Prague Post |
21 April 2011

Breweries are just as eager to find an excuse to put out a special beer as beer lovers are to drink it. In the run-up to Easter this weekend, several breweries are capitalizing on any celebration's penchant for drink by releasing limited-edition craft beers.

A talk with head of the Department of Applied Mathematics at Czech Technical University in Prague

Leaders Magazine |
21 April 2011

A public university should be managed much like a big company.

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