Monday, 9 December 2019


Autumn is the perfect time to go for a hike

Brno Daily |
23 October 2019

The hiking trails within the Chvalovka area are great for getting away from your busy life and getting a breath of fresh air. Oh, and the trees are beautiful this time of year.

10 best things to do in Prague this week |
21 October 2019

This week sneak a peek at the newly renovated cubicles along the river, celebrate one of Prague's longest running clubs, and catch a TV phenomenon live.

Prague Zombie Walk returns from the dead, again |
21 October 2019

A short zombie walk is being held October 23 in conjunction with the release of Zombieland: Double Tap.

Peculiar forms of visual anti-Semitism in Czech history

Radio Prague |
22 October 2019

Anti-Jewish sentiment was often fuelled by vicious and clichéd imagery. Just how varied and inventive these forms of depiction could be was a theme recently explored at an international conference in Prague.

Alena Šrámková: Architecture

Prague TV |
18 October 2019

Alena Šrámková belongs to the most significant personages of contemporary Czech architecture. For the exhibition which reminds us of her life jubilee, she selected 17 artworks she deems vital in her production.

Fountain in front of Brno theatre turns pink to fight cancer

Brno Daily |
18 October 2019

On October 16, the fountain in front of the Janáček Theater in Brno was lit up in pink. The event was part of a global campaign called "Pink October", which aims to raise funds for prevention, research, and treatment of breast cancer.

Interview with kickboxer Terezka Cvingerová

UniMedia |
18 October 2019

Kickboxer Terezka Cvingerová made headlines when she won gold and bronze medals at the first-ever European Universities Combat Championships in Zagreb. The second year student at the Faculty of Physical Education talks about the sport, physiotherapy and her secret weapon: her left kick.

Foreigners and Prague TV monthly expat meetup

Prague TV |
17 October 2019

The monthly get-together for expats organized by Foreigners Prague and Prague.TV will be held at the Globe Bookstore and Café today from 7pm.

They're big on beer but could the Czech Republic be raising a glass to wine tourism too?

Irish Examiner |
18 October 2019

The Czech people have been growing grapes and producing wine in the Moravia region for hundreds of years, and viticulture is ingrained in their culture and lifestyle. But unlike France, Italy and California, wine tourism is a relatively recent development.

Open debate for Brno expats at Jobspin Job Fair

Brno Daily |
16 October 2019

The public debate "Expats in Brno: The Current and Future Situation" is the perfect opportunity to meet other expats, listen to their opinions, and discuss all the topics that affect your daily life in Brno. It is part of the Jobspin Multilingual Job Fair, which will take place at Brno Tržnice on October 19.

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