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Lajko Felix To The Birds

By Nenad Andricsek / 2013-06-14

Remember when we wrote how Subotica, Serbia is an underrated town? Well here is another gem. But before people from Bačka Topola, Serbia demand my blood I have to say that Lajkó Félix was actually born there. But he attended, well, partially, a music school in Subotica just to leave it and move up to […]


Ray Manzarek Dead at 74 So Lets Try to Set the Night on Fire!

By Nenad Andricsek / 2013-05-22

If there was anything I remember from my High School years, its not the Scrhöedinger equation. Not the Theory of Relativity nor Integral Calculus and yes, the “machine” forced us to learn all that. All I remember is that I wanted to be Tom Cruise from  Top Gun (that might have been Junior High), and […]


Top 5 Badass Eastern European Villains in TV-Shows

By Nenad Andricsek / 2013-05-12

Okay I have a confession to make. I’m a huge-huge Couch-Potato. I work in my couch, eat in it, and mostly, watch a lot of movies and TV-Shows from it. People say its the Highway to Hell of Obesity, Laziness and Stupidity: they say watching TV makes you stupid, because you could spend that time […]


Albert Einstein Celebrity Scientis with Serbian Wife

By Nenad Andricsek / 2013-04-02

If Albert Einstein was living in todays world, boy, would the Press have fun with him. He wouldn’t have been the Person of the Century (as he was named by Time Magazine in 1999.) rather just another celebrity scientist with a dark past and a scandalous present. “The First Scientists Celebrity Couple No One Knew About” […]


Steak Tartare, Charles Bronson style

By Nenad Andricsek / 2013-02-20

The legend of Steak Tartare In my latest quest searching for great beef dinner ideas I remembered something I have not eaten for quite a while. Lately having this new “let’s make some great food at home” obsession, I decided to make Steak Tartare. I know the recipe, and I know a good butcher so […]


Top 10 Capitals in Eastern Europe

By Nenad Andricsek / 2013-01-26

Couple of days ago there was an interesting article from Euromonitor that reported a list of 100 most visited cities in the World (according to data from 2011). The report shows somewhat expected results – the enormous expansion in the number of visits to Asian cities – but also some surprising data, for which I […]


Idol of the X-Factor Voice of Eastern Europe

By Nenad Andricsek / 2013-01-15

Every time I think of these singing competitions, the “Ken Lee” girl from Bulgaria pops into my mind. Her funny performance has made an impact that I can’t really forget. If you don’t know what I am talking about, then you’re either too young or live too far away, so here is a Youtube Video […]