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French-language libraries in Brussels and Wallonia are to stop lending CDs and DVDs - because falling demand means the service is no longer viable.
Anyone who’s lived in Brussels for more than 10 years can attest to the changes in the capital when it comes to language and culture.
For anyone over a certain age, mention of the late 1960s brings certain emblematic images straight to mind: the cover of the Beatles’ Sgt.
Pop singer Angèle was named Bruxelloise of the Year at a ceremony yesterday evening. The annual event rewards outstanding residents and organisations in the capital.
Brussels' Museum Night Fever attracted a record 17,000 people to the city's museums on Saturday night, organisers have confirmed.
A new exhibition opening in Brussels this week lets you discover - or relive - the effervescent, paradigm-shifting, multi-faceted world of the late 1960s, from Swinging Sixties London to San Franci
The legendary Dolle Mol bar on Rue des Eperonniers in the heart of Brussels’ city centre reopened on Friday night for the first time in three years.
The 16th edition of the all-night cultural extravaganza Nuit Blanche this Saturday (6 October) is taking place in the Marolles neighbourhood this year.