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Downtown businesses tackle noise, violence with Nightlife Charter

Club and bar owners in the Saint-Jacques neighbourhood of downtown Brussels are co-operating with local politicians on a new Nightlife Charter to help curb late-night noise, drunkenness and violence. Along with Manneken Pis and the Notre-Dame de Bon Secours church, the area is home to much of...

exceptional home with garden and back building in Gent(Sint Pieters).

This exceptional home was designed in 1924 by Charles Hoge and was renovated in 2008.

Koning Albertlaan forms a central avenue and an important passage through the former Sint-Pieters / Aaigemwijk, built in the early 20th century.

Internally the property boasts a ground floor with a former coach house (at the back of the garden), the staircase and 2 offices with wooden flooring.

On the 1st floor, living room with built-in fireplace and wooden floor, a dining room and a kitchen.

On the 2nd floor, 2 bedrooms, with fitted wardrobes and a bathroom.

100,000 people take to Brussels for Pride parade

It was a busy weekend in Brussels, with 100,000 people attending the Pride parade. More than 80 groups and associations marched or rode floats in the parade celebrating and defending the LGBT+ community. The Pride theme this year was intersectionality, with the tagline All for One! “With solidarity...

Pint of Science festival returns with talks in Belgian pubs

Fun discussions about science - in a pub. That's the idea behind the Pint of Science festival which is back in Belgium this week for a second year running. Pubs in Aalst, Antwerp, Brussels, Gent, Hasselt, Kortrijk, Liège, Louvain-la-Neuve, Mons, Mechelen, and St-Niklaas will be the venues for a...

Buitendenker: Guided walks encourage outside thinking

A new company providing guided walks around Belgium aims to get people outdoors to reflect and gain perspective. Buitendenker - “outside thinker” in Dutch - was created in January when Kathryn Sheridan and Wim Schotsmans were both taking time off from work. Sheridan was taking a year-long...

New Anderlecht park-and-ride has 1,350 free spaces

Brussels' biggest park-and-ride has opened, with the aim of encouraging up to 1,350 drivers to leave their cars on the outskirts of the city and take public transport instead. The six-storey car park at Ceria, next to the Brussels ring exit for Ikea Anderlecht, is aimed primarily at drivers heading...

International Pop Music and Writing Day

This touchy group of four blends hip-bounce, funk and electro vibes while as yet remaining consistent with the jazz soul. A combination of acoustic and electric instruments (sequencers, synths, cushions and other contemporary instruments) makes for an undertaking with an awesome sound! Assignment Help Price This experience between jazz, hip-jump, funk and soul makes a genuine blend of culture and style. The enchantment occurs through intelligent, captivating, current and unique music.

Ecole Broadway presents 9 The Musical

Inspired by Fellini's masterpiece 8 1/2, Ecole Broadway brings you 9 The Musical. Only a few days left to buy your tickets!

The Bulletin on Bruzz: 19 May

Buitendenker Buitendenker - “outside thinker” in Dutch - puts on walks around Belgium in English, French and Dutch. One of the group's founders, Kathryn Sheridan, says most people already know that walking in nature is beneficial. Buitendenker is more than just walking, though. The outing provides...

40,000 runners join 40th edition of Brussels 20km

Some 40,000 athletes and joggers took part in Sunday's 40th edition of the Brussels 20km run - with participants making up 137 different nationalities. Valentin Poncelet, 27, won the men's race with a two-minute lead, crossing the finish line at 1 hour 34 seconds. Alexandra Tondeur, 32, was the...