Author Archive | Molnár Zsolt

Norridge United Church of Christ will hosts its 10th Hungarian Gulyas Festival with music, dancing, kids activities and the Gulyas Cookoff. (Hungarian Gulyas Festival)

Hungarian Gulyas Festival about food, fun, tradition

Goulash lovers unite! That’s what’s going to happen at the Hungarian Gulyas Festival, the 10th annual celebration of Hungarian traditions, July 8 and 9, at Norridge United Church of Christ. The highlight of the festival is the annual Gulyas (Hungarian spelling) Cook-off on Saturday. Judges select a winner and visitors to the event also vote […]

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Négykezes zongoraverseny határok nélkül

Várnagy Andrea és Farkas Zsolt a ZeneKÉPzelet mozgalom megteremtői. Előadásuk címe: Négykezes zongoraverseny határok nélkül. A műsorban a nagy magyar zeneszerző, Liszt Ferenc mindenki által jól ismert zongoradarabjai hangzanak el, amelyek méltán lettek a zeneirodalom legkedveltebb alkotásai. A koncert Január 21-én este 6 órától kezdődik. Jegyek a Bocskai Rádió weboldalán kaphatóak!

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Cleveland Bishop Richard Lennon addresses the crowd before he unlocks the chained Holy Door of Mercy at the Cathedral of Saint John the Evangelist in downtown Cleveland on Sunday, Dec. 13, 2015. (Lisa DeJong/The Plain Dealer)

Bishop Richard Lennon resigns from Cleveland Catholic Diocese citing health reasons

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Diocese of Cleveland released a statement early Wednesday announcing the retirement of Bishop Richard Lennon. The release cited ongoing health issues as the reason Lennon is retiring. At a Wednesday morning news conference, the diocese disclosed that Lennon suffers from vascular dementia, a cognitive impairment caused by reduced blood flow to […]

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ReConnect Hungary – Hungarian Birthright Program – Deadline: December 31, 2016

Hungarian Birthright Program a unique cultural immersion experience! Proud of your Hungarian heritage and want to experience it in a meaningful, unique and fresh way? Explore your heritage and discover the Hungary of today with a scholarship that connects you to other young Americans and Hungarians! Summer  2017 Join other young Americans and Canadians for a […]

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According to, the indigenous Hungarian herding dog got into the oldest American breed register in the 190th place. After this decision, Pumis can compete at the most famous American dog-show, at the event Westminster Kennel Club. The short, curly furred, floppy eared Pumi is very docile, alert and cobby. The dogs, weighing around 9-13 […]

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Ambassador Szemerkényi Announces Launch of Commemorative Events in Honor of the 1956 Revolution

Ambassador Dr. Réka Szermerkényi reaches out to the Hungarian-American community as the 60th anniversary of the 1956 Revolution and Freedom Fight approaches to announce commemortative events the Hungarian embassy will be organizing in honor of this year’s celebrations. To read Ambassador Dr. Réka Szermerkényi’s letter in its entirety and to find out more about the […]

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Mr. J. Joe Adorjan, delivers his acceptance remarks. Photo by Mike Olliver

Annual Gala Dinner Honors J. Joe Adorjan and the Hungarian-Missouri Educational Partnership

Washington, DC – On September 29, 2015, the Hungarian American Coalition (Coalition) hosted its eleventh annual Gala Dinner at the House of Sweden.  His Excellency János Áder, President of Hungary, was Honorary Chairman of the event.  This year’s honoree was J. Joe Adorjan, Honorary Consul General of Missouri and founder of the Hungarian-Missouri Educational Partnership […]

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