A 16th century painting of the Holy Family which some consider to be a work by Michelangelo or one of his students has been stolen from the church of St Ludger in Zele near Dendermonde in East Flanders.
Tintin, the world's most famous boy reporter, turns 90 this year, and he's going as strong as ever, having even attracted the attention of Steven Spielberg.
Michel Francard, a distinguished linguistics professor at UCLouvain, thinks the Walloon language can still be saved.
Last year, 23 feature films and 12 television series were made in the capital, the paved streets, luscious parks, and broad boulevards of which prove to be favorable for film shooting, La Libre Belgique reports Saturday, referring to screen.brussels figures.
Starting this week and throughout 2019, TV5 Monde, the international French television station, will be broadcasting a reportage about Brussels, designed to understand if the city is more international than Belgian.
“Girl,” Lukas Dhont’s first full-length feature, will compete in three categories (Best Film, Best Actor and European Discovery Award) tonight in Seville (Spain) at the 31st European Film Awards ceremony.
The WeLoveBXL organization, managed by Antwerp’s Sihame El Kaouakibi, well known in Flanders for its social projects, opens its operations in the Brussels Event Brewery, former Bellevue Brasserie’s bottling workshop in Molenbeek.
Museum Hof van Busleyden is presenting monumental work by Berlinde De Bruyckere. The world-famous Belgian artist engages in a dialogue with the museum’s masterpieces, the newly restored ‘Enclosed Gardens’, which have recently begun to attract considerable interest.

Spirou mounts Brussels Atomium

Wednesday, 12 December 2018 16:01
Spirou, chosen as a Champion of Human Rights by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, joined forces with the Atomium to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Tervuren’s Royal Museum for Central Africa, renamed AfricaMuseum, officially reopened on Saturday with a new permanent exhibition that aims to show a more critical view of Belgian colonization.