Thursday, 18 July 2019

Life

Petschek's Palace, once the headquarters of the Nazi secret police

Radio Prague |
25 March 2010

If you're not looking for it then you'll probably overlook the rather nondescript building of the Ministry of Industry, near the top of Prague's Wenceslas Square.

How we roll in Černý Vůl

Grant's Prague Bike Blog |
25 March 2010

By the time we reached the castle ruins at Okoř, we were ready for some hot soup, cold beer, and -- truth be told -- three whiskies each at the Hotel Okoř.

Farmers' Market at Kulaťák

Prague TV |
24 March 2010

Prague 6 staged its first farmers' market in recent years on March 20, 2010, just off Vítězné náměstí, the city square known as Kulaťák.

Prague Playwriting Contest offers participants opportunity to see their play produced

Radio Prague |
23 March 2010

One of the playwrights in the race for the award is Josh Kaston. His submission "The Great Indoors" is set in the rural Southern United States, where a Czech-British couple gets stranded.

Andreas Wiedemann on resettling the Czech borders

Radio Prague |
23 March 2010

German journalist and historian Andreas Wiedemann presents his book about the resettlement of the Sudetenland following the expulsion of the German population at the end of World War II.

Cycle of life

Prague Post |
19 March 2010

Former Prague expat and cancer survivor Anne Feeley will ride more than 4,000 miles to raise money for research.

Living the clandestine lifestyle at Klub 007

Prague Post |
19 March 2010

Legendary Strahov music bar celebrates its 40th anniversary.

College launches new art gallery

Prague Post |
19 March 2010

Former library at Anglo-American now hosts exhibitions.

Work of the first Bohemian printers on display in National Library

Radio Prague |
19 March 2010

The National Library is currently holding a special exhibit of the work of the first printing press in Bohemia.

Living against the grain

The New York Times |
18 March 2010

Radim Králík and his wife, Barbora Králíková, live in a modern concrete box on top of a 1943 grain silo, a stark contrast to the neo-Gothic spires that dominate this small city about 175 miles east of Prague. The 3,660-square-foot house won the 2008 Architecture Grand Prix, the highest Czech architectural prize, awarded annually by the Society of Czech Architects and the Czech Chamber of Architects.

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