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Mikhail Khodorkovsky will visit Forum 2000 in October

There is still time to register to attend talks at the conference in Prague Add a comment
 

Photos: Battle of White Mountain

Rain made for a difficult re-enactment of a turning point in Czech history Add a comment
 

Plzeň gets a 'democratic theater'

The curtain has gone up on the first major theater built since the 1980s Add a comment
 

Exhibition: Stanislav Libenský Award 2014

Works by young international show new concepts in glass Add a comment
 

#FlashbackFriday : Klaus’ predilection for a ‘normal pen’

The Czech president’s adventures in Chile in 2011 caused quite a stir Add a comment
 

State returns precious artworks to church

As part of restitution, Augustinian Order gets back its Reubens paintings Add a comment
 

Festival: Vinobraní na Grébovce

Vintage in Grébovka 2014 will offer more than excellent wine and Burčák. Add a comment
 

#FlashbackFriday : Czechoslovak automobiles on the Nusle steps

In 1947, Pathé captured a Škoda and an Aero being tested in an unusual setting Add a comment
 

Exhibition: Front Line at DOX

Large-scale exhibit with a trench and bunkers ends soon Add a comment
 

Exhibition: Plato’s Third Eye at MeetFactory

New site-specific projects by international artists reinterpret reality Add a comment
 

Exhibition: The Orient in Bohemia?

World War I saw the start of a ‘century of refugees’ Add a comment
 

Conductor wins Czech classical music prize

Jiří Bělohlávek will conduct opening concert of Dvořák Prague Festival tonight Add a comment
 

Book Review: 'When Google Met Wikileaks'

Julian Assange: down ranking Google’s dead souls future Add a comment
 

Chica the Mutant Giant Spider Dog wants your soul

Video from Polish prankster SA Wardęga of a dog in a spider suit has gone viral Add a comment
 

#FlashbackFriday : The 'Anschluss' of Czechoslovakia’s Sudetenland

Exactly 76 years ago, the country’s German population called for union with Germany, setting in motion a sequence of events that would lead to World War II Add a comment
 

Prague Writers' Festival to be devoted to Morocco

Two-day festival will feature many important figures on the country’s cultural scene Add a comment
 

Ghastly shopping centers may be demolished

Many Normalization-era monstrosities on historical main squares across the Czech Republic have questionable future Add a comment
 

Exhibition: Concerto Glassico at Tuscan Palace

Free event shows multiple facets of Czech artworks and products in glass Add a comment
 

First new Czech theater since 1989 opens in Plzeň

New Theater (Nové divadlo), part of the European Capital of Culture 2015 project, cost some 880 million Kč Add a comment
 

Art along the Vltava: Part 2

River trip ends with the site of a new National Gallery at Vrané nad Vltavou Add a comment
 

Free outdoor office space opens in Riegrovy sady

An outdoor workspace with WiFi opens to the public in a Prague park Add a comment
 

#FlashbackFriday : The Slovak National Uprising of 1944

Today, 70 years ago, a nation stood up to its puppet leader, heralding the beginning of the end for Nazi Germany Add a comment
 

Exhibition: Andy Warhol – I’m OK

Key works from the pop art icon are at Old Town Square Add a comment
 

Half a century at the top

Helena Vondráčková marks 50 years as one of the country’s most successful singers Add a comment
 

Art along the Vltava

The river that cuts through Prague is flowing with public art Add a comment
 

Exhibition: Historical coaches at Prague Castle

Coaches and sleds make Castle’s most logistically difficult display Add a comment
 

#FlashbackFriday : Prague 1968: Moments from invasion

‘Prague — The Sad City’ shows Czechoslovaks smiling in the sunshine, just weeks before occupation Add a comment
 

Chinese works of art highly sought after on Czech market

Some drawings, almost all of them acquired before 1968, have been auctioned off for hundreds of thousands of euros Add a comment
 

Mikhail Gorbachev to attend Forum 2000

Topics will include worldwide growth in extremism and fundamentalism Add a comment
 

Public chess boards arrive in Prague

First installation, on the capital’s náměstí Míru, is located next to piano Add a comment