Monthly Archives: November 2006

International shopping for fun and philanthropy

The Prague Post Christmas Bazaar returns with unique gifts and lofty goals There won’t be DVD players for $19.99 (435 Kc), or any special prizes for the first 20 people. But the annual Christmas Bazaar sponsored by the Diplomatic Ladies Association (DLA) still promises to be a special event. Now in its sixth year at… Read more »

Winter Wonderland

The Prague Post Skiing, bobsledding, snowboarding, sledging — the Czech Republic’s got it all Excellent news for snow enthusiasts: The Czech Republic is surrounded by mountains. Regardless of whether you’re a ski buff, snowboarding guru or a fan of bobsled runs, you don’t have to leave the country to have a good time. So pull… Read more »

Partnership helps nuture promising Czech performers

The Prague Post National Theater is beneficiary of KB’s philanthropic efforts Awards and corporate sponsorships aren’t unusual if you’re running a sports team. But what if you are an up-and-coming dancer? Or you manage a performing-arts venue instead of a football team? One answer lies in a new partnership established earlier this year by Komercní… Read more »

Hilton Prague offers a touch of home

The Prague Post Hotel gives busy travelers a mix of contemporary design and modern comfort Business travelers probably see way more of the inside of their hotel rooms then the actual city the hotels are in. With this in mind, Hilton Prague has undergone a major renovation to ensure their corporate clients’ experiences are as… Read more »

So long chalkboard, hello magic pen

The Prague Post Prague schools invest in high-tech classroom gadgets Students in Priscilla Moore’s ninth-grade English class at the International School of Prague (ISP) are studying The Odyssey. But, instead of writing a simple book report, the teens will be required to write a summary, act out a scene from one of the books —… Read more »