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Musician's paradise "I love when I can sit down in peace, and I have the time only for myself", says Pepa Štěpánek the musician, who plays among other,  in the band Tommy Indian, who renter for a while our workshop in Prague 9. Where Jiří Turek shot super promo photos for them. Check out the teaser, which shot at our workshop https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtYOYYQTtwo We are very pleased that we could help him with creating a place where they feel comfortable. Thank you!  photos by Dita…

Musician's paradise "I love when I can sit down in peace, and I have the time only for myself", says Pepa Štěpánek the musician, who plays among other, in the band Tommy Indian, who renter for a while our workshop in Prague 9. Where Jiří Turek shot super promo photos for them. Check out the teaser, which shot at our workshop https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtYOYYQTtwo We are very pleased that we could help him with creating a place where they feel comfortable. Thank you! photos by Dita…

Welcome to Febiofest: Prague's own film festival! Last weekend consisted of nothing other than sitting in the theater for hours. I love film festivals because they give you the chance to see a lot of films (independent or not) that you wouldn't be able to find anywhere else. The festivals bring in so many films, covering virtually all genres and styles, and communicating a lot of important messages. This year, the Febiofest had a lot of films dealing with LGBTQ issues.    @CET Academic…

Welcome to Febiofest: Prague's own film festival! Last weekend consisted of nothing other than sitting in the theater for hours. I love film festivals because they give you the chance to see a lot of films (independent or not) that you wouldn't be able to find anywhere else. The festivals bring in so many films, covering virtually all genres and styles, and communicating a lot of important messages. This year, the Febiofest had a lot of films dealing with LGBTQ issues. @CET Academic…

"Heading to Prague for one week in June, granted my work is taking me there for a two-day conference, but hubby and I will join colleagues and friends for four days of sightseeing. Can't wait! I love my career that takes me somewhere fabulous in Europe every year (and Australia every other year)!"�%u2014Tina Oliver Caparella (From: 25 Spectacular Vacations Our Readers Are Taking This Summer)

"Heading to Prague for one week in June, granted my work is taking me there for a two-day conference, but hubby and I will join colleagues and friends for four days of sightseeing. Can't wait! I love my career that takes me somewhere fabulous in Europe every year (and Australia every other year)!"�%u2014Tina Oliver Caparella (From: 25 Spectacular Vacations Our Readers Are Taking This Summer)

Vera Gissing boarded a train Nicholas Winton arranged in Prague June 30,1939 with her sister & 239 other children. She later wrote of her final glance at her parents “The scene at Prague station will be with me forever. The forced cheerfulness of my parents – their last words of love, encouragement and advice. Until that moment I felt more excited than afraid, but when the whistle blew and the train pulled slowly out of the station, my beloved mother and father could no longer mask their…

Vera Gissing boarded a train Nicholas Winton arranged in Prague June 30,1939 with her sister & 239 other children. She later wrote of her final glance at her parents “The scene at Prague station will be with me forever. The forced cheerfulness of my parents – their last words of love, encouragement and advice. Until that moment I felt more excited than afraid, but when the whistle blew and the train pulled slowly out of the station, my beloved mother and father could no longer mask their…

Every collector I've ever met describes that inner jolt they feel when they confront something they love. I remember the first time I fell for a little religious statue of the Infant of Prague. It stood out on a cluttered shelf in a crowded rummage shop filled with the abandoned goods of other people's lives—pots and pans, coffee mugs, and so much more. But when I saw it, I was riveted. It was a catharsis for me who, until then, was rather a snob about searching for something in a place…

Every collector I've ever met describes that inner jolt they feel when they confront something they love. I remember the first time I fell for a little religious statue of the Infant of Prague. It stood out on a cluttered shelf in a crowded rummage shop filled with the abandoned goods of other people's lives—pots and pans, coffee mugs, and so much more. But when I saw it, I was riveted. It was a catharsis for me who, until then, was rather a snob about searching for something in a place…

“My painting is somewhere between surrealism and fantastic, a mix of strange and magic. I like to think that, in an other life, I was living in Prague, as someone in charge of Rudolf II’s fabulous collection in which you could find, for example, astrological tools, potions to make gold, the philosophal stone, impenetrable manuscripts full of VITRIOL formula. There were also strange beasts that I especially love.” Born in 1944 in Prag, Czech Republic, Lukáš Kándl

“My painting is somewhere between surrealism and fantastic, a mix of strange and magic. I like to think that, in an other life, I was living in Prague, as someone in charge of Rudolf II’s fabulous collection in which you could find, for example, astrological tools, potions to make gold, the philosophal stone, impenetrable manuscripts full of VITRIOL formula. There were also strange beasts that I especially love.” Born in 1944 in Prag, Czech Republic, Lukáš Kándl

What was the turning point of your life? „The last such a moment came when my partner passed away three years ago. I miss him. He was well-educated, we understood each other. He was from South Bohemia, a big patriot. He had always been teasing me: ‚I had no idea that one day I would let a Prague girl fall in love with me!‘ He was a vet, a type of a countryside nobleman. Sometimes I was terrified about what he’s gonna wear. Because he didn’t care about it at all...

What was the turning point of your life? „The last such a moment came when my partner passed away three years ago. I miss him. He was well-educated, we understood each other. He was from South Bohemia, a big patriot. He had always been teasing me: ‚I had no idea that one day I would let a Prague girl fall in love with me!‘ He was a vet, a type of a countryside nobleman. Sometimes I was terrified about what he’s gonna wear. Because he didn’t care about it at all...

Wisteria...beautiful but destructive!  I love the way it looks & smells but it slowly smothers any other bush or tree it grows on & can actually pull buildings apart!! If you add it to your garden, be sure to give it a very sturdy trellis or support system to grow on! Some place away from your house! I have seen very old Wisteria that had a base root/stem as large as a medium size tree trunk.

Wisteria...beautiful but destructive! I love the way it looks & smells but it slowly smothers any other bush or tree it grows on & can actually pull buildings apart!! If you add it to your garden, be sure to give it a very sturdy trellis or support system to grow on! Some place away from your house! I have seen very old Wisteria that had a base root/stem as large as a medium size tree trunk.

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