In this report, we check in at Wine Tales, a restaurant that offers wine from all over the world and organises an afterwork every Wednesday to introduce Brusserlairs to one of the most famous events in the Basque Country: the Pintxo-Pote.
In this report, we take a look at Cube Art, an event that took place in Brussels recently for the second time to expose American art to European collectors. The art fair claims to bring together the creative spirit of a normal artist fair with the high standards of curation, presentation and organisation of a major gallery fair.
In this report, we get to know the Balkans Beyond Borders short film festival, an event that travels to a different city each year and aspires to build bridges between young film directors from the region. The event took place in Brussels this year to remind EU policy makers that despite Brexit, some countries still want to join the European Union.
In this report, we get to known Bonsa Toun, a musician and pluridisciplinary artist from Burkina Faso. Bonsa came to Brussels recently with a Belgian musican project that promotes the use of wind instruments in Burkina Faso.
In this report, we check in at Prélude. Situated between the town hall and the beautiful prison of Saint-Gilles, Prelude is known for the Brussels Bento, a term from Japan that refers to the balanced snack that is prepared by mothers for her children.
In this edition of BRUZZ International we talk to novelist Diane Chandler, whose latest novel is set in Brussels. At Centrum West, young people from Molenbeek get the opportunity to develop their talents. And we go to café Béguin for some African tapas.
In this report, we get to know the British author Diane Chandler who came to Brussels in her 20's to work as a political lobbyist but has since moved back to the UK. Her latest novel Moondance takes a look at a successful couple who find out they cannot have children so decide to embark on fertility treatment.