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The Bulletin on Bruzz: 23 September
Passage du Nord
Not as famous as its older sister the Saint-Hubert Royal Galleries, the Passage du Nord is definitely worth a visit especially after years of top to bottom restoration. Director Xavier Verhaeghe explains what's been done.
Brussels Sports Association
In 60 years, endless balls have been kicked, countless laughs shared and thousands of lives from across the world intertwined at the Brussels Sports Association. Since 1958, BSA has expanded to include football, lacrosse, basketball and, as of this year, cricket. The organisation is entirely volunteer based and for children aged from four to 12.
As the use of social networking is becoming more and more acceptable while in the company of friends, the art of conversation seems to be dying. So, where in Brussels can you go to have a meaningful conversation, to discuss your ideas or share knowledge and opinions, without being interrupted by the familiar ping of a social media alert? Frans Nijs, Annamaria Erdei and Béla Dajka are all Art of Hosting practioners and are just three of the members of a new initiative in Brussels called Pro-Action Café. They meet every two months at 81 Tervurenlaan in Etterbeek.