Monday, 24 November 2014

Life

Eating my way to cultural identity

Prague Wandering |
16 October 2014

Middle Eastern treats transport fair goers to Beirut and beyond.

Workshop: Creative writing with The Berlin Reader

The Prague Post |
16 October 2014

The Reader Berlin will be hosting a two-day creative writing workshop in English in Prague on Oct. 18 and 19. The workshop will take place in Unijazz Reading Room, near Wenceslas Square.

It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing

Prague Wandering |
15 October 2014

Sailor suits and bow ties are back in style as men and women pack into 1940s vintage rooms with big bands, swanky dance moves and a quick glimpse back in time. Swing dancing is a global craze, and Prague is not being left behind.

Beautiful, but not yet bold

Prague Wandering |
14 October 2014

Red-carpet fashion got a whiff of academic chic last month when Charles University's Law Faculty hosted "Mercedes-Benz Prague Fashion Weekend 2014."

Prague's best hotels and hostels

Prague TV |
14 October 2014

Whatever your budget and preference Prague has a hotel to suit you, whether you're a luxury hotel kind of traveller or a backpacker on a budget.

Eliyahu Rips: The Latvian Palach-inspired "human torch" protester who survived

Radio Prague |
14 October 2014

When Jan Palach burned himself to death in January 1969 over the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia, his radical protest was echoed by a number of young men in the Eastern Bloc. Among them was Eliyahu Rips.

Things to think about (by Pepper de Callier)

Prague Daily Monitor |
13 Oct 2014

"Doubt is not a pleasant condition, but certainty is absurd." Voltaire

Fashion: Six Prague design shops

The Prague Post |
13 October 2014

A number of small shops offer a chance for fashionistas to break out of the crowd.

Prague exhibit explores role of music in modern Czech history

Radio Prague |
13 October 2014

An exhibition at the National Memorial on Prague's Vítkov Hill explores the links between music and politics, and shows what roles music assumed in modern Czech history.

Kateřina Tučková and the latterday witch hunts of Moravia

Radio Prague |
13 October 2014

Kateřina Tučková'a novel "Žítková Goddesses" looks at the ancient Moravian tradition of folk healing.

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