The local beer scene has become really exciting in the last couple of years. Fortunately, this isn’t limited to multi-tap and beer minimalist pubs, there’s also a new breed of specialized shops called Pivotéka that are a godsend for local beer geeks.
Monthly Archives: February 2012
The medical anthropologist and author talks about her latest book, American Anthrax and germ-warfare threats to the U.S.
Wang Shu Awarded The Pritzker Architecture Prize 2012
It was a terrible weekend for Prague based sides in this week’s round of Gambrinus Liga games, with all five teams failing to register a win. Whilst Slovan Liberec kept the pressure on league leaders Sparta Praha.
“A fast body-contact game played by men with clubs in their hands and knives laced to their feet” – Paul Gallico. That sounded to me like as good a way as any to spend a Sunday night.
As part of the 2012 City2Cities literary festival, Dutch poet Hagar Peeters will visit Prague to give a bi-lingual reading of her work and to conduct interviews with local writers.
Concerned with keeping you cool: it’s In Case You Missed It Friday.
Plzeňský Prazdroj has finally accepted reality. Gambáč is now available in PET bottles. I wonder what took them so long. Whether that is a good thing or not, is another question.
Impressionism Pastels Watercolors Drawings in Albertina, Vienna will be the hit of “art exhibition industry” in Central European region in 2012
The Gambrinus Liga is back after a three month winter hiatus. Defender champions Viktoria Plzeň shared seven goals with Teplice whilst Slavia Praha drew another blank.