Religious organisations have added leverage in changing perceptions of foreigners and migrants, says Caritas Slovakia.
Adam Holoubek’s film LENS-MUSE explores the relationship between humans and technology.
Kvet Nguyen says the Slovak name she chose is a symbol of her multicultural identity.
Bibiana Kerpcar was five years old when she moved to Brooklyn, but her love of Slovak fairy tales has kept her connected to her hometown, Stará Ľubovňa.
Tyrone Chambers, an American opera singer based in Germany, shares what it feels like to be an American living in Europe, watching the BLM movement from across the ocean.
Because of Trump’s dealings with Putin, all eastern Europeans are considered Russians because people don’t distinguish accents, says politician Eva Putzova.
Expats say they are ambassadors, willing or unwilling, and they have a responsibility to stand up against racial injustice.
Here is an overview of how the partial lockdown in March led to a mostly reopened economy in May.
The Slovak Spectator spoke to three foreign business owners and a nonprofit director in Bratislava about the effects of COVID-19 on their work.
The little-known village of Pukanec has more stories to tell.
Explore Súľov Castle and seek a dragon on the hike.
The Old Town Hall tells tales of famous royals and precious improvisations.
Šíp, a peak in northern Slovakia, is accessible by train from Bratislava.
Briton Graham Strouts spent five months cycling Europe, ultimately ending up in Bratislava.
Tom Johnson, who pitched for the Minnesota Twins, directs a non-profit that uses baseball for youth outreach in Slovakia.
Authors Zuzana Palovic and Gabriela Bereghazyova were born behind the Iron Curtain but raised in a free world.
Juraj Tkáč did not have a passion for music before he became a full-time chimemaker.
Find out more untold stories about Bratislava in the latest episode.
Learn 10 unusual facts about Bratislava in this week’s podcast.
Volunteer-run Bystro has flourished thanks to its philosophy of de-growth.