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Anyone can become a conductor – An evening with Bélaműhely & Soharóza

2015.05.27. 12:10 | Gergő Helpers

Two musical groups joined forces to launch an experiment that promises to be quite a night of fun for all involved. The idea behind the project was to see what would happen if an ordinary person was suddenly thrust into the role of conductor and, without any prior training, had to direct two…

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Ten signs we’ve come a long way in ten years

2015.05.15. 09:23 | Gergő Helpers

As a thirtysomething city dweller, I’m quick to agree with the widely held view that Hungarians cannot behave, according to which Hungarian tourist groups are easy to spot from a mile away whenever they travel abroad, as we are rude, don’t believe in personal responsibility and fundamentally…

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An evening market with the country’s best salami

2015.05.06. 11:13 | Gergő Helpers

The Central Passage is great most days of the week because if you put on your noise-cancelling earphones and walk along it with your back to Király Street, you can discover what Budapest would look like after being ravaged by zombies. It is a newly built house that sits empty and abandoned right…

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