Karol Sidon: "The gap
between civilizations is widening"
He was a dissident, laborer, writer, and
screenplay writer. Thanks to his experiences, this Czech country
rabbi has authority beyond the Jewish community, so we spoke with
him about the roles of religion, values, and the war on terrorism. |
A binding enterprise
When Jan Kanzelsberger launched what was
then the Czech Republic's largest bookshop, critics said it wouldn't
survive. Not only did it survive, but it has become one of the
most successful businesses in the country.
Auto innovations 2005
The Paris Mondial de l'Automobile
auto show has begun in style
with the 2005 Car of the Year. Of the numerous novelties,
we chose a few stand-outs that illustrate the increasing
trend towards multiformity. While renowned automakers are
opting for unusual paths, others try to create at least a
semblance of originality.
Petra Vitoušová: "I'm
a demanding perfectionist"
Murders, rapes, abuse. Volunteers
at the White Circle of Safety and the DONA hotline for victims
of domestic violence deal with those affected by such crimes
every day. Director Petra Vitoušová spoke about this work
and leading the team of volunteers.
The best of Ljubljana
Since its break from the former Yugoslavia
in 1991, Slovenia is no longer the well-kept secret for travelers
it once was. Nevertheless, its persistently peaceful capital,
curled under its castle-topped hill, is still a wonderful antidote
to much of Europe's crowds and high prices.
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