Indonesian food extravaganza at Callens Café
An unusual new exhibition at the Central(e) in Brussels focuses on a particular form of contemporary art: works that study the interaction between sound and images.
France’s second metropolis is a gastronomic capital and a more welcoming city than Paris. It can also serve as a pitstop for travellers driving south to warmer climes or en route to the Alps.
The Brussels region throws its annual party for residents and visitors alike, the Iris Festival, this weekend. As usual there will be a party atmosphere everywhere with street activities.
Big data. Data mining. The internet of things. These are the lucrative concepts SMEs will need to understand if they want to compete in the modern marketplace.