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The Brooklyn of Prague |
19 January 2009

Prague Marina - Holešovice (ČTK)

The once industrial Holešovice is becoming a hot spot.

Lisa Peschel: Rediscovering the forgotten theatre of Terezín

19 January 2009

Terezín (ČTK)

Terezín had a thriving cultural life. This included theatre, a fact that gripped the imagination of the American theatrical historian, Lisa Peschel.

Early starts normal for Czechs, especially country dwellers

19 January 2009

Czechs are early risers, something often credited to the 19th century emperor Franz Joseph, a reputed insomniac who insisted all the members of his court be ready to start business every morning at 6am.

A mummy in Brno

Prague Post |
19 January 2009

Exhibit is a far cry from the real thing, but showing close to home.

Skiing in the Czech Republic |
15 January 2009

Krušné hory. (COURTESY)

While the Alps are tantalizingly close, you can easily spend a spur of the moment weekend on the slopes right in your home country.

Document sheds new light on Palach’s suicide forty years on

Radio Prague |
13 January 2009

Days before his death, Jan Palach called on Charles University students to occupy the Czechoslovak Radio building and call a general strike.

The mystery of the forest revealed?

Grant's Prague Bike Blog |
12 January 2009

Grant's Prague Bike Blog (Courtesy)

No signs. No nothing. Just a guard dog.

Obama Inauguration Party |
12 January 2009

Prague's most famous American bar/restaurant invites you to watch history as Barack Hussein Obama II is sworn in as the United States of America's 44th president.


Prague Daily Monitor |
9 Jan 2009

Emily Prucha's column will return next Friday.

Czech scientists prepare a new generation of search engines

Czech Business Weekly |
8 January 2009

The technology, called the multi-feature indexing network (MUFIN), developed by the Masaryk University, takes a new and more accurate approach to image data.

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