Monthly Archives: May 2013

A Very “Plant-iful” Interview

Since this time of the year is known for final exams I have decided to interview Attila Farkas, from the Szeged-based Biological Research Centre, about the popularity of biology and his work experiences in this field. So could you tell

A Very “Plant-iful” Interview

Since this time of the year is known for final exams I have decided to interview Attila Farkas, from the Szeged-based Biological Research Centre, about the popularity of biology and his work experiences in this field. So could you tell

Interview with Iván Nesztor

Today I’m interviewing Iván Nesztor (67), my drum teacher who is also one of the most acclaimed drum and music teachers in Hungary. He raised some of the most prominent contemporary drummers of our country. His books are widely popular

Interview with Iván Nesztor

Today I’m interviewing Iván Nesztor (67), my drum teacher who is also one of the most acclaimed drum and music teachers in Hungary. He raised some of the most prominent contemporary drummers of our country. His books are widely popular

“No matter where I am, the banks of the Danube is where I love the most.”

She has travelled to and lived in several countries as a government official at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, fell in love with South-America but it’s Hungary that keeps calling her back. Since the Ministry has strict rules concerning the

“No matter where I am, the banks of the Danube is where I love the most.”

She has travelled to and lived in several countries as a government official at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, fell in love with South-America but it’s Hungary that keeps calling her back. Since the Ministry has strict rules concerning the

Concert Review – PJ Harvey at Admiralspalast, Berlin

The last time I cried   I did not really cry exactly, blubbering would be a better word to describe what happened when I finally saw my favorite musician on stage, two years ago. I waited almost ten years to

Concert Review – PJ Harvey at Admiralspalast, Berlin

The last time I cried   I did not really cry exactly, blubbering would be a better word to describe what happened when I finally saw my favorite musician on stage, two years ago. I waited almost ten years to

TV Show Review – Supernatural is Getting Old

            Supernatural used to be one of my favourite television shows but nowadays my feelings for it are either controversial or close to apathy, it depends on the latest aired episode. Since it means a

TV Show Review – Supernatural is Getting Old

            Supernatural used to be one of my favourite television shows but nowadays my feelings for it are either controversial or close to apathy, it depends on the latest aired episode. Since it means a

Film Review – X-Men: First Class

Since the sequel is in the making and there are already some rumours leaked out about it I figured it would be a great time to re-watch X-Men: First Class. Especially since I do feel I overrated this movie when

Film Review – X-Men: First Class

Since the sequel is in the making and there are already some rumours leaked out about it I figured it would be a great time to re-watch X-Men: First Class. Especially since I do feel I overrated this movie when

Film Review – Oblivion

 After his debut in the world of Hollywood blockbusters with his sequel for Tron, that brought him recognition and acknowledgment especially for his unique visuals, director Joseph Kosinski finally had the chance to give birth to his long cherished brainchild,

Film Review – Oblivion

 After his debut in the world of Hollywood blockbusters with his sequel for Tron, that brought him recognition and acknowledgment especially for his unique visuals, director Joseph Kosinski finally had the chance to give birth to his long cherished brainchild,