The latest hit for Brno’s young and old: DIY public workshops. Join in the excitement!
The popularity of the Eighties shows no sign of slowing down; pop culture’s fascination with the era has lasted far longer than the decade itself: why is it so?
There is a new monthly pop-up restaurant in Brno serving Japanese food. One warning: don’t go if you don’t want to immediately feel dissatisfied with “ordinary” sushi.
Michael George moved to Czechoslovakia in September 1992. Originally a rancher from Wyoming, he now teaches at Masaryk University. It was his curiosity of revolutions that brought him to the post-totalitarian Brno.
October 2018 is the 100th anniversary of the First Republic. However, Brno is not going to wait until then – we are going to start the birthday celebrations early.
All of my 30 posts have one thing in common: they are all Brno through my perspective. There are many more points of view – the best way to see this is through the entries of the Brno Short Story Writing Contest.
If you need help making your life in Brno a little easier, take a look at these useful mobile applications.
The Tržnice Brno has certainly not reached its full potential yet, but there are some very promising signs there.
Brno Short Story Writing Contest has started accepting entries. Expat or not, native speaker or not, give writing a try.
Brnopolis, the NGO standing behind and running the BEC, celebrated its 10th anniversary last year.