Monthly Archives: February 2007

British Council prepares to embark on new agenda

The Prague Post Focus will shift to multicultural programs and climate change The British Council, one of the mainstays in bringing foreign culture to Prague, will be announcing changes in its focus and priorities within the next two weeks. How those changes will impact local offerings of music, film, authors and art exhibitions from the… Read more »

Making Prague a little greener

The Prague Post Projektil Architekti’s eco-friendly designs are new concepts for the Czech Republic It’s not easy being green. But one local architectural firm is doing its best to leave a cleaner mark with the buildings it designs. “We aren’t radicals,” reassures Ondrej Hofmeister, a civil engineer at Projektil Architekti, a 5-year-old firm that specializes… Read more »

Serving the world, one pizza pie at a time

The Prague Post New Wenceslas Square eatery combines old elegance with contemporary décor Off an unassuming Wenceslas Square passageway, up a marble-lined staircase, sits a new pizza parlor with an emphasis on stylish design in its décor and food. “It’s a modern design,” says Jan Kubišta, the manager of Pizza Marzano. “But it’s keeping the… Read more »

Award winning felines converge on Congress Center

The Prague Post More than 400 exotic, pampered pets will vie for the title of ‘Best in Show’ “If you want the best seat in the house, move the cat.” That well-worn sentiment will take on a new meaning this weekend at the Congress Center, which is hosting the 30th and 31st International Exhibition of… Read more »

Classes tap enthusiasm for Baroque

The Prague Post French instructors make inaugural visit to Prague Baroque music continues to blossom in Prague with a visit this week from instructors of the esteemed Académie Internationale de Sablé, a French institute that specializes in teaching early music and historical dance. In cooperation with Prague’s Collegium Marianum, they will be teaching about 70… Read more »