Monthly Archives: May 2009

Rooms to grow in

The Prague Post Riverside moves program to new Bubeneč campus Kids need room to grow, which is exactly what Riverside School intends to give its youngest pupils when it moves its early-years program to a new home in September. “Currently, they [the early-years children] share the facility with the rest of the school,” says Graeme… Read more »

The Royal Route Most of us have walked, or taken out-of-town visitors on a walk, through Old Town Square and up to Prague Castle. It’s an easy way to hit most of the major sites, as well as lots of beautiful buildings and quaint cobblestone streets, sure to provoke the “ahhs” of your companions. There are lots… Read more »

Movie sets and miniature cities

The Prague Post Film Dekor gets ready for World Expo 2010 For some, World Expos might be once-in-a-lifetime opportunities, but they almost always leave indelible marks. Think the Eiffel Tower, France’s 1889 submission. Seattle’s Space Needle was a huge hit in 1962. And the Atomium, created for the 1958 Expo, is now a treasured part… Read more »

Matador Organizational Profile: Collective Lens

Matador Intrepid travelers for whom no corner of earth is considered off limits often discover much more than they bargained for when visiting new locations. Social problems ranging from poverty to hunger to homelessness rear their ugly heads in many spots around the world. Sharing experiences via blog postings to friends and family is one… Read more »