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The playwright Jeton Neziraj remembers Kujtim Pacaku, a Roma artist, intellectual, poet and politician who passed away on May 17.
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For good or ill, depending on who you ask, lunch places in Prishtina are gradually cutting down on the traditional meat and grease of the local cuisine by providing options for non-conforming palates. Furthermore, new restaurants keep offering curious tastes and combinations for the hungry and longing. Located just a few strides away from the former OSCE headquarters in Prishtina, on the same street as the famous Small Café(s) (Kafja e Vogel), Anise and its unassuming garden do not look too different from many of the other cafes in the neighborhood. But upon w...
> Offering traditional fare with a bit of a twist, Brasserie Proka in Dragodan brings some original taste to a sophisticated setting.
> A recent addition to Prishtina’s palette, Punjabi Kitchen specializing in south Asian comfort food, is packing new flavors that are here to stay.
> Le Sandwich brings in fresh vegetables, high quality meats, and artisanal breads packaged into a sandwich that is as tasty as it is pretty.
Following the government's initiative, the Kosovo Assembly speaker Kadri Vaseli has called for a 'unity team' to represent the country in the Brussels-facilitated dialogue – but many MPs are far from convinced.