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The 87th edition of Belgium’s most famous carnival celebrations kicked off at the weekend in Aalst, with a parade that mercilessly poked fun at politicians and current events.
Iranian musician Mohsen Namjoo has been likened to Bob Dylan.
The former prime minister of Australia, Julia Gillard, is giving a lecture today at the Free University of Brussels (VUB) on the importance of education for a society’s general economic and social
Valentine’s Day can lead to a lot of expectations – and this year it’s on a (gasp!) Saturday.
This weekend, Brussels’ Beursschouwburg celebrates 50 consecutive years of contemporary theatre, dance and music with 50 consecutive hours of contemporary theatre, dance and music.
Brussels expats are increasingly inclined to learn or practise a foreign language in the relaxed setting of a pub or coffee shop, rather than a traditional classroom.
The Brussels Motor Show closed out its 93rd edition yesterday with an estimated 427,000 visitors, a record for the ‘small’ show which features light commercial, recreational vehicles and motorcycl