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The Prague Monitor joined forces with American Football Team Prague Lions to say thank you to those on the front lines of our epidemic battle. The article in Monday’s newspaper outlined our mission. For those not wanting to click through: We are joining the #supportyourlocal campaign to raise money, order a tower of yummy food, and deliver it to our front line workers at hospitals and medical facilities, so they can see and feel some appreciation from us common folk. This week’s campaign targeted a big THANK YOU! Lunch for Friday, March 12th at Motol Hospital.  We have raised 19,000 Crowns out of the targeted 32,500Crowns (The difference was requested by donors to be spread throughout the three-week campaign) soContinue Reading

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It is a difficult time for everyone. Whether the difficulties include not seeing one’s family for over a year and a half, losing someone to a deadly virus, or being shocked with government interventions: everyone has been affected in some way. The broad range of challenges brought upon a global society has highlighted the ineffectiveness of governments, lack of acceptance of responsibility, the sheer intelligence of our modern society to know better than the experts, the rise to prominence of Fake News, and the almost sadly entertaining crazies that have a platform the world over. Oh, and a fear moat which begins with each person as an individual, and spreads through to understanding the anxieties of each generation. The PragueContinue Reading

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The past year has been a bruiser for most and this week has been no exception. With the virus slowly creeping around us, one-by-one our friends and family test positive. We have been lucky to have avoided the inevitable, and continue to error on the side of caution, but the numbers are starting to work against us, COVID virgins. The week started off with a Sunday plunk. Not just any plunk. I took my sons out for a walk by the river and the younger one decided to go for a swim. The river water is much higher than average so they had to resort to finding smaller stones and launching them into the river from the stairs,  with myContinue Reading