Doctors have brought musician Michal Hrůza out of an induced coma, his manager told reporters. The singer and songwriter, who is 43, suffered brain injuries as a result of being attacked in Ostrava nearly two weeks ago after reportedly attempting to calm an altercation on the city’s bar-filled Stodolní Street. Hrůza was in the city to perform at the Colours of Ostrava music festival.
Mr Cimrman goes to Washington: Successful English-language production of ‘The Stand-In’ to be performed for the first time in the US
Einstein actor Geoffrey Rush: I’ve never been but I love saying ‘Brno’
Czech customers punish established banks
Bohemian born priest John Neumann who became US saint
It’s a car, it’s a plane… no, it’s an autogyro in the middle of Prague!