Is an intrinsically political media missing from the Brussels journalistic landscape? Apart from our new effort to bring multifaceted news to the fray what else could be on the way for the town? The Scene New Europe newspaper continues in its paved laneway, euobserver has recently completed its five year business plan and seems to […]

Lately I find myself thinking about different types of people, especially in terms of those that move for work or study, that keep moving, re-inventing themselves is one cliche used but really it’s all about learning from what you already knew and adding to that. I live in a city where this is the norm, […]

On 7 August 1914, the Belgian city of Liège was awarded the Légion d’honneur by the French government. It was given in recognition of it efforts to repel the advances of the Imperial German Army, which had violated Belgian neutrality on its way to cross the French border. The most destructive war then known was […]