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III. Beer Festival in Buda castle

By János Gömöri / 2013-06-14

The third beer festival in Buda castle started yesterday. Beers from the best Hungarian breweries and beer factories as well as lots of German, Belgian, Czech beers! About 200 kinds of beer, too many to taste them all! And all this in the beautiful Buda castle. Daily ticket: 1999 HUF which comes with a free beer. […]


Római-part fights

By János Gömöri / 2013-06-11

The flood is leaving Budapest. One of the most threatened area of the city was the Római-part (as always). Fortunately the area was spared (unlike in 2002 or in 2006). Building a dam here – even a mobile dam – is a controversial topic, but a new innovation may be able to solve the problem. As in […]


Papergirl Subotica, Serbia

By Petra Tkalcec / 2013-06-10

The City that set Dracula to Road of Fame and Eternity now brings you Papergirl! The world is full of nice little places nobody has ever heard of. I mean, not enough people to make it into one of the great tourist attractions. Some are kept hidden deliberately, like the place where you want to […]


Istanbul, we are with you

By Petra Tkalcec / 2013-06-02

“Four days ago a group of people who did not belong to any specific organization or ideology got together in Istanbul’s Gezi Park. Among them there were many of my friends and students.  Their reason was simple: To prevent and protest the upcoming demolishing of the park for the sake of building yet another shopping […]


Wallpeople 2013

By Petra Tkalcec / 2013-05-31

Wallpeople is a collaborative art project based in Barcelona with a purpose, similar to Papergirl “to return art to the streets and reclaim the public space as a means of expression and citizen interaction. Its philosophy advocates free creativity and uses Internet and its digital tools to offer their experiences in real life, and somehow […]


Underground meetings, underwater concerts

By János Gömöri / 2013-05-24

Report from Hay festival Budapest, 2013 In director Maria Sheila Cremaschi’s words it was „a home for dreaming in public, a rigorous examination of truths and probabilities.” The festival’s motto was „Imagine the world”; both as it is and as it might be.  After poorly visited events at the beginning, the second Budapest Hay festival […]


Carl Bernstein in Budapest

By János Gömöri / 2013-05-20

Legendary investigative journalist Carl Bernstein will talk about his work in Budapest tomorrow. He is best known for breaking the Watergate scandal with Bob Woodward in The Washington Post. Don’t miss it, it’s bound to be interesting. Tomorrow at PIM from 6.30PM as part of Hay festival. Ticket: 600Ft (400 for students and pensioners).


Hay festival Budapest

By János Gömöri / 2013-05-16

Hay festival Budapest is starting tomorrow. It is a five day festival with contemporary writers, architects, mathematicians and musicians. Among the guests will be  Péter Esterházy, one of the most widely-known contemporary Hungarian writer, Nicole Krauss, author of Great House, The History of Love and Man Walks into a Room, Spanish philosopher Fernando Savater, the Anglo/Hungarian poet and translator George Szirtes, Dutch novelist Jaap […]


Projekt Showroom: I want to ride my bicycle

By Petra Tkalcec / 2013-05-10

Projekt Showroom is on again.While  last one was a romantic paper-store and one before was a designer fashion store, on May 9 Projekt Showroom opened a real life bicycle store. Along with fancy bikes like Electrabike they are waiting for you with used bikes and super nice guys to service them for you or answer […]


Projekt Showroom – Karcsi’s paperstore

By Petra Tkalcec / 2013-04-26

If you like simple, sophisticated yet so very cool decoration, you should know Karcsi Papírboltja (Karcsi’s Paperstore) webshop. Karcsi’s beautiful pom-poms, paper flowers, garlands are handmade by talented Kata Bánlaki, who is not only passionately looking for new ways to use paper as something more that it is, but also tries to bring product that […]

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