An international beard and moustache championship took place last weekend in Antwerp.
The Brussels Jazz Weekend is back for a third edition on the weekend of 24 - 26 May.
The artist Richard Kenigsman, known internationally for his commitment to the Jewish community, will expose Thursday night to Saturday in the art gallery "Au fil du temps" located chaussée d'Alsemberg in Uccle.

850 million euros pledged to Notre Dame

Thursday, 16 May 2019 10:14
Pledges to Notre Dame have reached 850 million euros one month after the fire, Minister of Culture Franck Riester said on Wednesday, stressing that "the conservation and security operations are ongoing."
An architect from the Belgian city of La Louvière has unveiled his proposal to rebuild Paris’ iconic Notre-Dame Cathedral into a “resilient, ecological structure” complete with its own vegetable garden and energy-producing roof.
Sylvia Huang, representing Belgium in this year's Queen Elisabeth Music Competition, has made it into the final after a performance of Mozart in the semi-finals which ended on Saturday.
Retrorama returns to Brussels this May for its third edition after two popular events in 2014 and 2015.
The Brussels regional government has approved a request to prolong archaeological works currently taking place on the site of the former Parking 58 in the city centre, now the planned location for a new administrative centre for Brussels-City municipality.
Ghent city council has approved a proposal to banish horse-drawn carriages for sightseeing tourists from the city centre starting next year.
The Archaeological Society of Namur, SAN, on Wednesday presented some of its latest acquisitions to the press and its members, including a very rare manuscript from the Grandpré Abbey in Faux-les-Tombes.