Czech Republic

17 Jun 19
Rocky Fork Journal

While there are still plenty of the more common firefly species to be seen over fields and forests in our area, the “season” for the incredible Blue Ghost and Synchronous firefly has just about ended. We were fortunate to have Radim Schreiber, an accomplished expert photographer of fireflies, stop in after his work in the […]

17 Jun 19
News and Headlines: RoboeAmerican,Keeping you informed.

News and Headlines: In The News, Politics, World News, Tech Watch, Commentary/Opinion. In The News: Kansas teen miraculously survives 10-inch knife in face: ‘It was really shocking’ Paramedics rushed the teen to Children’s Mercy Hospital Kansas, where doctors saw the potential for damage to the carotid artery in his brain, opening up the possibility for […]

17 Jun 19
Busy Bee Emily

Heyyo my Busy Bees, I am finally writing about London, England! It has been a busy week with wrapping up the Bergamo, Italy program and transitioning over to the Prague, Czech Republic program. I am excited about the scenery change and now ready to give you the low down on the wonderful LONDON! Let’s talk […]

17 Jun 19
Pitt Business To The World

              I have finished 5 weeks of internship in Berlin, Germany. After having a boring forth week of internship, my internship is getting interesting this week. My supervisor decided to set aside Value-Added Tax registration for Chinese traders because there has been no reply from any of the Chinese traders we reached out to earlier. […]

17 Jun 19
život v praha | life in prague

Around here | June 17 *Note: Photo will be replaced; have an issue with my SIM card but replacing tomorrow In any public place you visit in Prague, you will likely find many people enjoying a funny looking treat made up of a twisted dough “bowl” that’s been rolled in sugar and filled high with […]

17 Jun 19
EU in UKRAINE

In 1971, architect and archaeologist Mykhailo Rozhko discovered a Kyivan Rus-time fortress — Tustan, near the Boykos village of Urych in Lviv region. After the death of Mykhailo, his son Vasyl founded a reserve and headed the museum of the fortress. Read his story about the history of Tustan and how 11 artists from Ukraine, Belarus, […]

17 Jun 19
Wausau Pilot & Review

Obituaries are a service of Brainard Funeral Home, with locations in Wausau and Weston. John Drengler Jr. John George Drengler Jr. of Weston passed away on June 15, 2019. John was born in Wausau, Wisconsin, on June 21, 1937, to the late John Sr. and Magdalen (Ritger) Drengler. He graduated from Mosinee High School in […]

17 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

Migraine is more than a headache. Migraine symptoms, affecting about one in seven people worldwide, include throbbing pain on one side of the head, nausea, sensitivity to light and sound, and visual disturbances called auric. Nowadays, several classes of medications are prescribed to prevent or stop the onset of migraine headaches once they have started. […]

17 Jun 19
Bohemian blogging

On today’s tour, our guide walked us through the history of communism in the Czech Republic. It was both fascinating and terrifying to hear about the grip the Soviets had on the country as well as trace the physical evidence of the regime through the streets. During the years leading up to the Velvet Revolution […]

17 Jun 19
Adventures in Prague

Location Notation 6.17.19 The Velvet Revolution in Prague happened forty years ago, but its memory can still be seen when walking about in the city, especially in older areas such as the historic town center. There are humbling memorials to the victims who were killed, imprisoned, and whose minds were shattered even if their bodies […]

17 Jun 19

The Lennon wall has been a place of hope for many since the early 1980’s. The popular tourist attraction started out as a single painting of John Lennon on the wall after his assassination. What started out as a way to grieve over the premature death of the Beatles member has turned into a political […]

17 Jun 19
EU in UKRAINE

Read inspirational stories of the Dnipro cardboard manufacturer, which found partners from six EU countries at the exhibition in Italy, the owner of the largest plantation of organic blueberries in Kyiv region, which after the trip to Chile under the EU4Business initiative is going to conquer the markets of Asia and the UAE; manufacturer of […]

17 Jun 19
Natchitoches Times

Northwestern State University’s Chamber Choir has been selected to perform at the National Collegiate Choral Organization Conference to be held Nov. 7-9 at the University of Maryland. NSU’s Chamber Choir conducted by Dr. Nicholaus Cummins was one of 12 ensembles from around the country selected to perform for college/university and choral professionals from around the […]