Sunday, 24 September 2017

Prague TV

MeetFactory Summer Cinema: The Big Lebowski

Prague TV |
13 September 2017

Jeff „Dude“ Lebowski is the laziest guy in Los Angeles and its neighborhood. He loves bowling, White Russian, weed and his carpet.

Chocolate Day

Prague TV |
13 September 2017

That's right, Wednesday 13 September is the United States' holiday, National Chocolate Day, with the day of observance declared by the U.S. National Confectioners Association.

Game On outlines video game history

Prague TV |
13 September 2017

The world's biggest exhibition about the history of video games will be in the Czech Republic from Sept. 21 to Oct. 5 on over 2,000 square meters in Hall 40 in Pražská tržnice in Prague 7.

Laser resurfacing

Prague TV |
13 September 2017

After basking in the sun through the glorious days of summer, what happens when temperatures drop, bikini lines fade, and your skin returns to its normal shade?

Wolf Alice coming to Prague with brand new album

Prague TV |
13 September 2017

British band Wolf Alice is coming back to Prague. They are bring their brand new album Visions of a Life on January 16th 2018 to Roxy.

The Pretty Things coming to Rock Café

Prague TV |
13 September 2017

UK rock band the Pretty Things is coming to Rock Café on Sept. 19. The band was in Prague over the summer at the Metronome festival in one of the side stages, but due to their short set time weren't able to do some of their biggest hits like "Rosalyn," "Don't Bring Me Down" and "Road Runner."

Lidl to launch e-shop

Prague TV |
13 September 2017

Retail chain Lidl is testing an e-shop for the Czech Republic. It will be the German retailer's first e-shop in Central and Eastern Europe, and fourth in total. The test version at Lidl-shop.cz is only for 9,500 employees and their families.

Wenceslas Square to be renovated

Prague TV |
13 September 2017

After 12 years of waiting a zoning permit was issued for the renovation of the bottom of Wenceslas Square. The plan by architecture firm Jakub Cigler Architekti was proposed in 2005. "Finally! The debate on the form of the square has ended. 'Václavák' will eventually be without a tram. The sidewalks will widen, there will be greenery and fewer cars," City Hall announced on Facebook.

Pierre Bastien plays Palác Akropolis

Prague TV |
12 September 2017

Pierre Bastien post-graduated in eighteenth-century French literature at University Paris-Sorbonne. In 1977 he built his first musical machinery.

Prices up 2.5 percent from last year

Prague TV |
12 September 2017

Consumer prices in August dropped by 0.1% compared with July. But compared to last August, consumer prices grew 2.5%, according to the Czech Statistical Office. The biggest influence on the year-on-year price growth in August came from food and non-alcoholic beverages.

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