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17 September 2020

10 mouth-watering food festivals

Sweet, savory, vegetarian or meat-based… Whatever your preferences, there is a festival to satisfy your stomach! 1. Bacon Festival, California This festival solely dedicated to bacon […]
16 September 2020

10 amazing festivals in Belgium

2020 has surely been a difficult year for the event sector. The lockdown and the implementation of social distancing measures to fight Covid-19 have forced organizers […]
14 September 2020

Exhibition on life of First President of Angola inaugurated at Press Club Brussels

A new exhibition on the life of the First President of Angola, António Agostinho Neto, was inaugurated at the Press Club Brussels on September 10th, 2020, […]
11 September 2020

Hearst Castle: Is This The 20th Century’s Most Insane Home?

Imagine an ‘enchanted hill’ where cherished family camping trips took place, transformed into a vast and luxurious castle, when boy becomes businessman. But with all the […]
11 September 2020

10 of the World’s weirdest museums

Poo, hearses, human hair, noodles, toilets and much more. Around the world there are museums displaying quite unusual stuff… If fossils and rare paintings are not […]
11 September 2020

Brussels Museums make their comeback

From Thursday 1 to Sunday 4 October, artists and cultural organisations are taking the stage in 40 Brussels’ museums to eclipse the gloom of 2020 and […]
10 September 2020

Crypt at Notre-Dame reopens in homage to Victor Hugo

Closed to the public since the fire that damaged much of the Notre-Dame Cathedral on 15 April 2019, the crypt under the court-yard is to reopen […]
10 September 2020

Traveling to Korea through the art of the comic strip

The Korean Cultural Center of Brussels will host from September 10 to October 30, 2020, the 7th Belgian-Korean comic strip exhibition on the theme of “Living […]
7 September 2020

On the Trail of the Cathars in Southern France

In the foothills of the Pyrenees, often perched atop rocky outcrops, a series of spectacular castles tell the tale of a 12th century religion, hounded by […]
4 September 2020

Traveling through art:
Smoke Signals by Vaughn Spann

It would be an understatement to claim that Vaughn Spann’s work focuses on the politics of living in this current day and age. Their relatability and […]
3 September 2020

Traveling back in time
– via a public urinal

1. Public toilets, private affairs In the closet of History, cottages are filthy. In the slang of the last century, the cottage (la tasse in french), […]
1 September 2020

5 Highlights From a
Virtual Trip to Ireland

While the COVID-19 situation continues to affect museums, successful measures are being shared across the sector, with bodies such as the Network of European Museum Organisations […]
1 September 2020

Resilience of the cultural sector in times of Covid-19: The case of Spain

The cultural sector has been heavily hit by Covid-19 resulting in most cultural activities being cancelled. In the middle of this unprecedented crisis, Quim Crusellas, the […]
27 August 2020

Brussels stage
makes a comeback

Brussels performing arts, which have remained in the wings in recent months due to the health crisis, are now more ready than ever to get back […]
25 August 2020

3 Art Deco gems
you must visit in Brussels

Visiting Brussels is a bit like going on an architectural treasure hunt. The city bursts with buildings of all different kind of styles, yet some of […]
21 August 2020

Mountain Refuge is what tiny
house-dreams are made of

Tiny houses are a sensitive subject. Some people are absolutely against them, others would die for their own little minimalistic home. Yet whether you are against […]
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