the cathedrial was full of old french people singing hymns, we pass a line of folks waiting for their turn at the confessional. The stairs leading to the crypt bears a sign saying “be quiet” in 4 different languages. We go down and see some folks trying to shush their baby who keeps chirping like [...]
The german government decomissioned an old WWII era military hospital after the war. Now they rent out the buildings to different groups like a montissori school and this collectively run cafe called Kafe Kult. Against Me! performs the same night as us. We know because this kid there talks about how they used to play [...]
a communist govornment controled czechloslovokia until the “velvet revolution” on 1989. Petr lived in strakonice at the time, for him the revolution was something he witnessed on the television. day after day workers gathered in the city and stood oddly silent, occasionaly singing the national anthem or listening to a speach. One day it ended [...]
avenyeshka works with a diy collective that promotes events in prague. She lives in a house with her twin borhter, mother, and grandmother in a placethat wasn’t on our map. (aparently we got a crappy tourist map of prague.) we experienced nothing but wonderful hospatility the whole time we were in the czech republic.