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'Discover Your Talent', Creative Drawing Course For Adults, Starts 28 September


'Discover Your Talent', Creative Drawing Course For Adults, Starts 28 September
This part-time art course is for those younger or older adults, who -- after years of working in another career or building a family -- finally find the time to discover or pursue their real passion for art. Creative thinking and giving birth to artworks is something every one of us is capable of learning and doing. There is no need for extra talent, artistic skills or formal qualifications, only enthusiasm. more »

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LaChiusa-Lorca: 'Bernarda Alba', Mupa, 22 September


LaChiusa-Lorca: 'Bernarda Alba', Mupa, 22 September
The House of Bernarda Alba is Federico García Lorca's final work for the stage: completed in 1936, two months before his execution, it was not premièred until 1945. Subtitled a "drama of women in the villages of Spain”, it unfolds in the home of Bernarda Alba, a woman of 60 who, upon the death of her husband, declares that none of her daughters may do anything without her consent while she is mourning. more »

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'Mercedes Peón' Concert, Mupa, 23 September


'Mercedes Peón' Concert, Mupa, 23 September
Mercedes Peón is a cult figure on the Spanish world music scene, a witch of a "cantatrice chauve” if there ever was one. After a decade and a half of researching Galician folk music, she released her first record in 2000. The album's rugged tone has since become her trademark. more »

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’Sauna Folk’ Exhibition, Szatyor Art Space Budapest, 22 September


’Sauna Folk’ Exhibition, Szatyor Art Space Budapest, 22 September
Saunakansa (Sauna Folk) exhibition featuring photos by Finnish photographer Jussi Puikkonen opens at Szatyor Art Space in Budapest on the 22th of September. more »

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McDaniel College Poised To Be First To Fulfil New Higher-Ed Law Conditions


McDaniel College Poised To Be First To Fulfil New Higher-Ed Law Conditions
It is expected that McDaniel College, based in the US state of Maryland, will be the first non-European-Union higher-education institution to have fulfilled the conditions set down in Hungary’s new higher-education law, a government official said. more »

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Áder Calls For Broadening Cities Initiative To Tackle Climate Change


Áder Calls For Broadening Cities Initiative To Tackle Climate Change
At a meeting of state leaders on climate change, President János Áder said that regional and municipal cooperation in curbing greenhouse gas emissions should be expanded. more »

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Villagers In Hungary Find There’s No Place Like Home, Microcensus Shows


Villagers In Hungary Find There’s No Place Like Home, Microcensus Shows
Hungarians are not very eager to relocate, especially those born in rural areas, according to data from a microcensus conducted last year, released by the Central Statistical Office (KSH). more »

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Budapest Mayor Open To Referendum On Danube Levee


Budapest Mayor Open To Referendum On Danube Levee
Budapest mayor István Tarlós has said he would be willing to examine the option of holding a referendum on a controversial proposal to build a mobile levee on the Római embankment of the Danube in Budapest. He added, however, that his view on the need to build the levee had not changed. more »

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Govt Official Welcomes ECTHR Ruling On Bangladeshi Asylum Cases


Govt Official Welcomes ECTHR Ruling On Bangladeshi Asylum Cases
Hungary welcomes the decision by the European Court of Human Rights to accept the government’s appeal concerning the case of two Bangladeshi asylum seekers, a justice ministry official said. The court originally ruled their detainment in autumn 2015 and subsequent return to Serbia unlawful. more »

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Hungary Gross Wages Up 13.1% Yr/Yr In July


Hungary Gross Wages Up 13.1% Yr/Yr In July
The average gross wage in Hungary rose by an annual 13.1% to 290,450 forints in July, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said. Net wages grew at the same pace as gross wages, also growing by 13.1%, to 193,149 forints. more »

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