Monthly Archives: February 2010

Gay Prague takes a look at gay-friendly venues in Prague The Czech Republic has earned a reputation for being more liberal state than some of its European neighbors; this is generally accurate, with tolerant attitudes towards issues like drug use and gay rights throughout the country. The city of Prague is especially welcoming to gay… Read more »

Prague events calendar: Festivals for 2010

EuroCheapo Planning a trip to Prague this year? One of central Europe’s most historic and picturesque capitals will mesmerize you with its charm and beauty. But it’s not all architectural oohs and ahhs—there are plenty of festivals and other events sure to enliven your experience. Check these out! FebioFest March 25-April 4, 2010 The Czech… Read more »

Ray of light for young artists, art lovers

The Prague Post Start-up project in House at the Golden Ring seeks to expose the unknowns Finding that elusive first job is difficult for any recent graduate, and the term “starving artist” applies in particular to young painters and sculptors. City Gallery Prague has a long history of putting on exhibitions by young artists, and… Read more »

Love without borders

The Prague Post Wedding planner shares quandaries and joys of bringing cultures together Throwing the bouquet, cutting the cake, the best man’s speech – time-honored customs like these make weddings one of the most prescribed events in any society. Each culture has its own traditions rich with meaning and symbolism for the newlyweds and their… Read more »

Romance is both in the air and on the dance floor

The Prague Post Prague Opera Ball returns with glitzy list of international guests Imagine you are Cinderella, without the nasty family. Picture beautiful people dressed to the nines, flowing champagne and a stunning venue. You won’t need a fairy godmother to attend one of the most fashionable events in Prague. The Prague Opera Ball is… Read more »