Monthly Archives: March 2009

Chemistry Gallery: Organic Art New Prague 2 gallery a showcase for young artists “This is the chemistry of what you feel” is the slogan of a new contemporary art project for young and emerging artists. “The Chemistry Gallery – I like the name because chemistry should mean that the gallery has various meanings,” explains founder and director Petr… Read more »

Obama Watch Updated: Details of President Obama’s speech In case you haven’t heard – US President Barack Obama will be spending April 4 and 5 in Prague. He is here to speak with 27 European heads of state; as part of the Czech EU presidency. As can be expected, there will be some minor disruptions around… Read more »

Spanish sol

The Prague Post Windows galore brighten up the Barceló When the lobby of a hotel is covered by a skylight, you notice. When the hallways are one-wall windows, you notice. Barceló, a new hotel near náměstí Republiky, has certainly brought in the sunshine. “Not many hotels have daylight in the lobby. It’s a dominate feature… Read more »

Adult Education in Prague Warmer weather always brings with it that old “back to school” feeling. No matter how long you´ve been out, it never hurts to learn something new. Perhaps you could use a top-up of your current education – getting an additional or advanced degree, or maybe you are looking to change career directions. Prague has many… Read more »

The Mussels in Brussels

Fast Lane And other adventures in Belgian cuisine Adventures in Belgian cuisine? Nope, it’s not an oxymoron. The Flanders region of Belgium is home to some of the world’s best restaurants. In fact, the country boasts more Michelin star chefs than France; is much more compact and is probably easier on the wallet than a… Read more »