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It was easy to miss in all those cancellation announcements, but for Nuit Blanche it’s not about the coronavirus; it’s gone for good.
Beursschouwburg kicks off its three-month Let Me Know series with a festive opening weekend of (mostly) free events.
If you are not yet registered for the third edition of Freelancers in Belgium Day, we have got good news for you. The organisation is offering a 20% discount to Bulletin readers.
Brussels-City councillor Benoît Hellings (Ecolo) met with organisers of the Brussels Marathon & Half-Marathon yesterday to discuss the event’s future.
Hop on your bike, lace up your skates or just mosey with your two legs into the middle of any old thoroughfare – it’s Car-Free Sunday.
If you’re one of the 3,800 people who expressed interest in the Facebook event ‘Biggest watergun fight in Brussels’, you might want to make other plans for Saturday.
As Brussels’ famous flower carpet takes place every other year, the lovely Flowertime fills the floral gap in between.
Is Brussels as boring as some claim? Who are the city's homeless people? Where in the capital can you find traces of Belgium's colonial history?
Workers and their families who arrive in Brussels have plenty to keep them busy, sorting out residence permits, school enrolments, work contracts – and where they’re going to live.