Monthly Archives: February 2009

Transparency Bringing contemporary art into the open Have you seen that big white torso looking thing sitting in front of the Rudolfinum? Or how about the swaying girl in a window on the side of Národní divadlo? These aren’t some guerilla art tactics; but a showcase of outdoor contemporary art in conjunction with the Czech… Read more »

Toast of the Town

The Prague Post V Zátiší’s new makeover complements its cuisine To fully enjoy a good meal, you must have the proper ambience and atmosphere. V Zátiší definitely has the good food part covered, and, in September, the well-regarded Old Town restaurant showed off a new décor to complement its tasty meals. However, it seems the… Read more »

Match game

The Prague Post A quick guide to finding the perfect partner It’s Valentine’s Day, and you’re all ready to show your darling how much you care by showering her (or him) with flowers, jewelry and an expensive meal. But how do you know that you’re really compatible? Great minds have been at work on this… Read more »

Jewish Museum project making the unknown known

The Prague Post Archive photos are used to identify Holocaust victims, family and friends Their faces smile at you in black and white, their 1940s hair and clothing styles apparent. The formal portraits are reminiscent of what you might find in a church directory; but these pictures have a darker history. The Jewish Museum has… Read more »

Ethical Consuming Be it Fair Trade coffee, vegan dairy or organic vegetables; many people are choosing products that will be kinder to the environment and shrink their carbon footprint. While it sometimes seems a struggle to find such goods in Prague; there are a number of shops that carry a wide-range of eco-merchandise. First, let´s take… Read more »