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The Almássy Community Centre (Almássy téri Szabadidő Központ) in the 7th District has reopened and the trad music scene is back! Years ago when we moved into this neighborhood I felt that it was a true gem with the wonderful Dance House music available every week.
Then it closed a January 1st 2008 due to circumstances I never really understood. But now it has reopened its doors and the musicians are coming back! Last night was the revival of the TáncHáz Trad music scene and below are two samples of the music that I recorded...
Opening night at Kaszinó Free Space (22 April, 2010).
Come visit at Nyár utca 29, VII District, Budapest...
On 7 April feminists from CEU Gender studies organized a performance against the commercial (sponsored by P&G, advertisement of washing powder) exhibition “Great innovations for women” at Gödör, which relies entirely on gender stereotypes and makes false assumptions about women’s lives.
Morze Infoshop presents
a film by TASZ (the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union)
Date: 8 April: International Roma Day
This year both Catholic (Roman calender) and Orthodox (Greek calender) Easter coincide in time, therefore the Christians all around the world celebrate it on 4 April. Orthodox tradition is different from the Catholic or Protestant ones.
270 pacifists were arrested on 3 March, while trying to enter the NATO military base in Klein Brogele in northwestern Belgium. Police officers arrested the demonstrators outside the base, while those who breached the barbed wire enclosure were held by the military. Protesters believed that at this military base around 20 NATO nuclear warheads are stored.
How the European City developed as a social space in Central and Eastern Europe during the 20th century is quite different than other parts of Europe - and how to 'humanize' the City was recently publicly discussed by Hungary's 'Jogunk a Városhoz!', or 'The Right to the City!' at Sirály Café in the centre of Budapest. The 12 day forum and initiative was sparked by the Hungarian organization Artemisszió to create a dialogue between the region's young urban activists and create a dialogue for a humane democratized urban space for its residents.
On 11-14 March a demo against celebration of the 10th anniversary of Bologna Process, and a counter summit took place in Vienna.
Morze Infoshop presents a program for April. Please, visit the website:
http://morzeinfoshop.narod.ru or see the flyer!