In this report, we discover the Belgian Chocolate Village, one of the biggest museums in Brussels dedicated to chocolate. It is based in Koekelberg, a neighbourhood histoically characterised by small factories and chocolate makers.
In this report, we head to the EU quarter of Brussels to talk to people in that area about their news consumption and to listen in on a talk about the future of news organised by the Dutch Liberal Member of the European Parliament Marietje Schaake.
In this report, we get to know the faces behind Kawral, the Encounter. The performance captures a meeting of two different artistic worlds - that of Laurent Blondiau and five dancers from Burkina Faso, choreographed by Salia Sanou. Performance scheduled for 24 March in Brussels. More details below.
In this report, we catch up with Bryn Watkins, a bubbly Brit involved with the Brussels Interns NGO. On the UN day for social justice in February, he helped organise a protest to raise awareness about the precarious situation of interns in Brussels.
'Binders full of women' is a catch phrase used by Mitt Romney during the second US presidential debate in 2012 to refer to pay equality. The phrase has since been adopted by a team of female professionals in Brussels whose Brussels Binder initiative hopes to see more expert women speaking on panels and leading conferences.
In this report, we take a peak at one of Brussels oldest and dearest hotels, the Metrople. Since the Brussels attacks and the introduction of the car free centre, it has struggled to attract clientele so has started to display contemporary art as a means to lure the crowds.