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While Brussels' Comic Strip Festival in September is an annual celebration of what is often known as the 9th art, Brussels boasts sites and activities all-year-round.
Following a successful show in English in June, Live Magazine returns to the capital with two new editions for the autumn in French.
A work of art purchased in a bar near Liège for €500 could be a Rembrandt and has been valued at more than €30 million, reported local media SudPresse on Monday.
Frunch (Friday Lunch) is back for its sixth edition.
For one of art history’s greats, Pieter Bruegel the Elder has spawned a surprising lack of exhibitions.
French-language libraries in Brussels and Wallonia are to stop lending CDs and DVDs - because falling demand means the service is no longer viable.