Anna Fay moved to Slovakia from the US state of New Hampshire and joined The Slovak Spectator as a copy editor in 2017. She graduated from Ithaca College with a bachelor's degree in writing in 2016. As a toddler, Fay lived in Bratislava during the 1990s and is enjoying rediscovering her childhood home as an adult.

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Black Lives Matter gathering in Bratislava on June 13.
Expats say they are ambassadors, willing or unwilling, and they have a responsibility to stand up against racial injustice. 29. Jun 2020, at 18:07
PM Igor Matovič while introducing the further liberation of coronavirus measures.
Here is an overview of how the partial lockdown in March led to a mostly reopened economy in May. 25. May 2020, at 12:14
Kerim Hudson, co-owner of PAKTA, is trying to help others by offering face masks and the patterns for those who want to make them at home.
The Slovak Spectator spoke to three foreign business owners and a nonprofit director in Bratislava about the effects of COVID-19 on their work. 17. Apr 2020, at 11:08
Listen to Spectacular Slovakia to learn more about Pukanec, a small village near Banská Štiavnica, and its rich history.
The little-known village of Pukanec has more stories to tell. 2. Apr 2020, at 11:47
The Súľov Rocks.
Explore Súľov Castle and seek a dragon on the hike. 12. Mar 2020, at 20:24
Foreigners and Slovaks in Bratislava pose in the beautiful interior of the Old Town Hall.
The Old Town Hall tells tales of famous royals and precious improvisations. 10. Mar 2020, at 14:03
The village of Stankovany in northern Slovakia lies at the foot of Šíp peak.
Šíp, a peak in northern Slovakia, is accessible by train from Bratislava. 5. Mar 2020, at 10:00
Graham Strouts cycling the Camino de Santiago.
Briton Graham Strouts spent five months cycling Europe, ultimately ending up in Bratislava. 27. Feb 2020, at 9:59
Tom Johnson
Tom Johnson, who pitched for the Minnesota Twins, directs a non-profit that uses baseball for youth outreach in Slovakia. 17. Feb 2020, at 10:00
Zuzana Palovic and Gabriela Bereghazyova
Authors Zuzana Palovic and Gabriela Bereghazyova were born behind the Iron Curtain but raised in a free world. 1. Feb 2020, at 16:44
Juraj Tkač next to one of his creations.
Juraj Tkáč did not have a passion for music before he became a full-time chimemaker. 27. Jan 2020, at 10:48
The last gas light in Bratislava was put out with a bamboo pipeline in 1965 at Školská Street. Listen to more interesting facts about the capital in the latest Spectacular Slovakia episode
Find out more untold stories about Bratislava in the latest episode. 12. Dec 2019, at 15:47
People may come across the statue of Schöne Náci near the Main Square in Bratislava
Learn 10 unusual facts about Bratislava in this week’s podcast. 28. Nov 2019, at 10:29
Nicolas Giroux (L) and the "food savers" of Bystro.
Volunteer-run Bystro has flourished thanks to its philosophy of de-growth. 19. Nov 2019, at 12:47
Guimond regularly attended demonstrations in Prague. This one took place in January 1989.
A Canadian diplomat thinks back to his time in Czechoslovakia during the Velvet Revolution. 11. Nov 2019, at 19:19
The opening of the Studia Academica Slovaca (SAS) summer school on August 6, 2018, in the Assembly Hall of Comenius University in Bratislava
Expat Ali recommends Slovak-language courses in Bratislava. 7. Nov 2019, at 8:33
Children celebrate Pumpkin Saturday at the Košice Children's Heritage Railway on November 2, 2013
An American talks about how she includes her Slovak neighbours in Halloween celebrations. 31. Oct 2019, at 10:54
British Union flags fly in front of The Houses of Parliament in London, January 22, 2019.
The UK has been granted a Brexit "flextension" until January 31, 2020. Here’s how the UK’s departure will affect UK nationals living in Slovakia. 28. Oct 2019, at 8:42
The Slovak Post issued the Andrej Hlinka stamps on the occasion of the 140th anniversary of the Slovak Catholic priest and politician's birth in 2014. Hlinka was a key figure in the October 1907 Černová Tragedy, although he was not present
Slovaks overlook the 1907 massacre, although it is a red-letter day. 24. Oct 2019, at 21:05
A folk group performs at the Spiš Fair in eastern Slovakia
Slovak folk songs may guide you to the right places. 9. Oct 2019, at 19:24
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