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Lights, camera, action: The Bulletin's winter magazine is out now
For The Bulletin's winter issue, we’ve chosen a selection of topics that could best be described as somewhat eclectic.
From the long-awaited reopening of the Africa Museum – and the confrontation of an uncomfortable chapter in Belgian history it brings with it – to the annual challenge of caring for Brussels’ homeless in winter, via some more lighthearted culinary and cultural insights, there's something for everyone in our latest print edition.
Pick up a copy of The Bulletin's new winter issue at newsstands around the country or subscribe today to have the next four editions of the magazine sent directly to your door.
We hope you enjoy the read!
Here's what's inside:
- Dozens of organisations are working hard this winter to support the city’s homeless – but the situation is complex
- Tervuren’s Africa Museum reopens with a fresh perspective on Belgium’s colonial history
- A brief guide to jobhunting in Brussels
- Why major film and TV productions are choosing to shoot in Belgium
- From hyperlocal beers to drinks with a social conscience, we look at what's new in brewing
- Ethical shoppers are doing their bit for the environment and society
- Highway to hell? A first-hand account of learning to drive in Brussels
- If you’re seeking inspiration for a special present, check out our festive gift guide
- Our pick of family-friendly winter getaways around the country
- Where to go in Brussels for an authentic spa experience
- What’s cooking in Brussels? More or less everything, from Hawaiian to Tibetan
- My Brussels: Photographer Eric Danhier has a unique view of the capital