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TIME

·      Accession blues in Central Europe. Katerina contributed with reporting from Prague and Bratislava to a story about region's reluctance to economic reform. Full story...

·      A spoof online game site tests the old adage that no publicity is bad publicity. Full story...

·      While Czechs belong among the least religious nations in Europe, a Christian-inspired Christmas tradition thrives in one small town. Full story...

·      Czechs still have no choice but samizdat when they want to read Milan Kundera, country's most famous writer, in their mother tongue. Full story...

·      Seedy, bohemian and proud, Zizkov is a dynamic neighborhood with a blue-collar past and a middle-class, cosmopolitan future. Full story...

·     Its powerful inhabitants come and go, but Prague Castle, the silent witness of more than thousand years of Czech and European history, remains. Full story...

       Katerina contributed with reporting from Prague to a Central-Europe-wide package about the children of the revolution, the generation that came of age after the fall of communism. Full story...

BUSINESS WEEK

·       Made in China, or Nymburk? Chinese companies arrive in Central and Eastern Europe. Katerina contributed with reporting from Prague. Full story...

·       Bargain flights have given rise to a new sort of European commuters. With Katerina's Prague and Bratislava reporting. Full story...      

THE PRAGUE POST

·       Twelve years after a controversial high-level Cold War defector said Czechoslovakia had held and conducted medical experiments on American P.O.W.s, a U.S. investigation in the Czech Republic has still a long way to go. Full story...

·       Joseph Morton, a driven Associated Press war correspondent, was covering a story of his lifetime; yet he never had a chance to write it. Full story...

CZECH BUSINESS WEEKLY

·       An emerging sports clothing brand is seeking ways to succeed in a highly competitive market. A company profile. Full story...

ORIENTAL MORNING POST

·       Cheap flights, beer and women lure young Brits to Prague, but noisy and annoying chaps drive the locals crazy. Go to page 2 of the pdf document.

THE BROOKLYN RAIL

        How to kill a chicken? Full story...

 

TRANSITIONS ONLINE

        There is perhaps no better last name for a Czech journalist than 'Pravda,' the Czech word for truth--until, that is, the journalist’s veracity and methods begin to be called into question. Full story...

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY WORK                

        While her daughter cries on the first day of school, Gloria Guerra cannot wait to go back to the classroom. A Brooklyn single mother struggles to make up for her high school diploma and get off welfare. Full story...

        The 9/11 backlash workplace discrimination aiming at Arab- Americans and Muslims is higher than it seems at the first glance. The victims keep it to themselves because of the fear in the community. Full Story...

        As Zoria Clarke dived backward into the pool, her new life in the Mormon Church began. She is one of many Brooklynites who decided to join a demanding and conservative church. Full story...

     Small businesses on Brooklyn's Columbia Street await a street reconstruciton with fear. Some are expecting the worst -- losing their business. Full story...

        As a large chain retail store makes steps to move into Gowanus, local residents protest. Although they like their industrial neighbors, they fear what the large retailers have in store for them. Full story...