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La Monnaie closed its doors this month for a six-month renovation. If all goes well, the Brussels opera house will celebrate its grand reopening with a Berlioz opera in early 2016.
Cinema meets music at the Brussels Film Festival, opening this evening for its 13th edition with an appearance by Cannes pr
Former government minister Leo Delcroix (pictured), in charge of the Belgian pavilion at the current World Expo in Milan, is under investigation for alleged irregularities during his previous stin
Seven-hundred women, 25 challenges, eight hours and one city – those in a nutshell are the quintessential ingredients of Pop in the City, the urban race that sends female duos into ci
It’s the annual celebration Neighbours Day (La fête des voisins/ Dag van de beuren) today.
Belgium came fourth in the Eurovision Song Contest, which aired last Saturday night live from Vienna.
Just a few weeks away begins the long summer line up of music and dance festivals that fill weekends and cause many a Monday morning call-in to work.
More than 80,000 people turned out yesterday under grey skies in Brussels for the 20th edition of the Belgian Pride festival and parade, celebrating the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgende