In the Arsenal district in Etterbeek, the iconic “the Brilliant” handbag welcomes visitors to the new Delvaux museum.
On the eve of his 75th birthday, the artist Salvatore Adamo announced the news in the Belgian press: he has just submitted his application for Belgian nationality.
The Smurfs are sixty years old. Since their first appearance in 1958, their popularity has by far eclipsed their little Smurf village.
The noble line of Arenberg has been among the most influential families in the Low Countries for centuries. The name shrouds an illustrious history.
There has been an incredible rise in the amount of improvisation performed on the French-speaking scene in Belgium over the last few years.
For the third year in a row, Belgian DJs Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike have finished second in the prestigious DJ Mag Top 100, just behind Dutch DJ Martin Garrix.