The 140 Year-Old Ady Endre (and others…)
The poet Ady Endre lived a long and tumultuous life. Chronologically, in view of the biographical fact that he died at age 42, this hardly seems a valid statement. However, into those 42 years he had condensed what, in other people, would have been several possible lifetimes. See the full story...
Olga Vállay Szokolay
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Hungarian Violinists to Give Benefit Concert
Lugosi Veronika and Lugosi Zsófia
Two Hungarian violinists, Lugosi Veronika and Lugosi Zsófia will give a charity concert at 3:30 PM on Sunday, November 5th at St. Joseph’s Church in New York to benefit Puerto Rican victims of Hurricane Maria.
Please be advised that the New York Marathon is also being held that day. See the full story...
The Art and Science of Charcoal Burning
A boksa before being covered with leaves and forest loam.
Have you ever wondered just how the charcoal for your grill comes about? It is not mined, but produced by hard physical labor. Charcoal production is still an industry in Hungary and in Transylvania, and this is how it’s made. See the full story...
Arial view of Szeben
Our Assistant Webmaster Zsuzsa Lengyel and I were fortunate to visit Szeben on our trip to Transylvania in 2011. Here are some impressions of that interesting city. See the full story...
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