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Nota bene goes special on Christmas

SLOVAK Nota bene and Czech Nový prostor street magazines created a joint December 2004 issue. Printed in full colour, the magazine also includes a Christmas postcard from Unicef and a CD called Boshonto, with world music.
For the whole month, homeless people in Slovakia and the Czech Republic will sell the same issue of the magazine. The copy with the postcard will be on sale for Sk50. The magazine version with the CD, including an English-Czech report on the projects of world street magazines, will cost Sk180.

SLOVAK Nota bene and Czech Nový prostor street magazines created a joint December 2004 issue. Printed in full colour, the magazine also includes a Christmas postcard from Unicef and a CD called Boshonto, with world music.

For the whole month, homeless people in Slovakia and the Czech Republic will sell the same issue of the magazine. The copy with the postcard will be on sale for Sk50. The magazine version with the CD, including an English-Czech report on the projects of world street magazines, will cost Sk180.

The Boshonto album is a solo project by Mohsin Mortaba, a Bangladeshi singer and front man of the Czech group Hypnotix. Mortaba's songs are inspired by traditional Bengali music in combination with European dance music, jazz and melodic rock.

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