• «Sois Belge et tais-toi !» fait son retour 

    By on Dec. 18, 2016

    Attentats à Bruxelles, manifestations syndicales ou référendum britannique : retour en humour sur les événements marquants de l'année 2016 avec la comédie satirique "Sois Belge et tais-toi !".

  • Les mille et une vies de Dalí

    By on Nov. 4, 2016

    Derniers jours pour aller voir l’exposition « De Salvador à Dalí » à la gare de Liège-Guillemins. L’exposition, qui finira le 6 novembre 2016, donne un bel aperçu de la vie d’un artiste à la créativité incroyable et qui a fait de sa personnalité un art à part entière. 

  • Captured outdoor amusement

    By on June 21, 2016

    Sea, smartphone, sun… The unavoidable summer trio for most of people today. However, bringing all joyful moments in the open air allowed modern artists to create some beautiful paintings which have been assembled at an exhibition in Liège. Time to breathe and feel the fresh air while walking in a renewed museum building.

  • Pologne - Allemagne: la satisfaction d'un match sans but marqué

    By on June 17, 2016

    Une rencontre Pologne-Allemagne est-il un match comme un autre ? Une opposition où l'on se concentre uniquement sur le jeu, et non sur l'histoire entre les deux pays. C'est apparemment possible. Les joueurs, dirigeants et supporters l'ont confirmé lors de l'Euro 2016.

  • Making Europe bright

    By on June 1, 2016

    As gloomy headlines became a standard for talking about the European Union the necessary make-up for a positive message may come from communities looking for practical solutions at the daily life level.  Makers across the continent could deliver some key elements to bring disarrayed generations together.

  • Tourisme à Bruxelles : faire face au « Belgium bashing »

    By on Feb. 3, 2016

    Le « Belgian bashing » est à la mode depuis l'alerte 4 à Bruxelles mi-novembre, fortement relayée par les médias du monde entier. Si les Bruxellois ont rapidement repris leur routine par la suite, il en va différemment des touristes, qui hésitent toujours à revenir à Bruxelles. Pour contrer cette tendance, des campagnes pour redorer l’image de Bruxelles ont été lancées.

  • Freeze the Force

    By on Jan. 29, 2016

    Unless you were a caveman frozen during ice age that just woke up, you couldn’t have missed the arrival of the new “Star Wars” saga episode at the end of 2015. The film which is breaking all records has created a big interest among the story fans and many newcomers to its universe. It also allowed awaking forces among some particular artists. 

  • 2050 walking steps to future Earth

    By on Jan. 21, 2016

    Is 2050 a distant future or are we already there? The time and space dimension seems to erode when you walk through the exhibition “2050 – a brief history of the future” in the Brussels Fine Arts Museum. Let’s take a look before it ends next Sunday.

  • Clouds, Links and Capital to Boost the Economy

    By on Dec. 18, 2015

    Keep working to make it work. This was the signal given by the European Council for developing the internal market potential in a global economy. Making it easier for people, services, goods and capital to serve Europe's economy features among the key priorities for the current European Commission and should also be a priority for each EU country.

  • When a brewer awaits cool nights

    By on Nov. 13, 2015

    Brussels. Beginning of November 2015. Sunny days and warm nights, with temperatures above those which usually can be felt at this time of year. A lot of people are drinking beer outside. But are all brewers happy with this situation?