A month has passed, the monthly supplement of Magyar Hang, Budai Hang, is here again! Our latest issue, on eight pages!
“After seeing the election result, I drew the conclusion that I don’t want to live in my own bubble,” Andrea Osvárt told Budai Hang. We also talked with the actress about the Margit-negyed project, the possibilities of Hungarian films and the bigger overhead bills.
In the August issue of the supplement, we ask our readers for help in finding a military map and the currently unknown underground passage system. There is only a copy of the Turkish-era document, and experts know of the existence of only one of the three flight systems indicated. Could the map be real, who made it, and where do the mysterious corridors lead? With your help, maybe we can get answers to the questions.
Vinyl, mistakenly called vinyl, is experiencing a renaissance: regardless of age group, more people are buying records, and you can get to know one of the most exciting record stores in the capital from the latest Budai Hang. Beat On The Brat Vinyl&Bar on Frankel Leó Street carries on the spirit of a Pest nightclub closed due to the epidemic, but the music is already represented by black records.
You can also read about livable cities in the August supplement: Óbuda-Békásmegyer, Újpest and Szentendre won EU support for energy modernization through a joint tender. With the municipal renovation of the three buildings, solar panels and heat pumps are needed to make the operation sustainable, which is especially appreciated in the middle of the energy crisis.
Óbuda is full: the housing estates built one after another not only cause traffic and supply problems in our district, but also parking. Pursuant to a government decree from April last year, local governments can oblige the investor to provide a maximum of one parking space per apartment, which seems unviable in light of the construction fever. What can municipalities do and how do they alleviate congestion in European cities?
The transformation of flat taxation affects the lives of hundreds of thousands of people and deals a serious blow to the functioning of local governments. The Budai Hang reveals what effect the new regulations may have on the operation of the districts.
After a two-year (forced) break, Sziget, one of the five largest festivals in Europe, was reorganized, and the organizers were able to announce a full house on the first day, that is, Wednesday. 95,000 people partied on the Óbuda island at the concert of world star Dua Lipa, who is of Albanian origin, but made her debut in Great Britain. In our report, we investigated what the three years since the last festival had been like for the area’s flora and what happened in the festival industry. Energy drink, five thousand HUF hamburger and neck-deep dust in the soft lap of nature.
There was a Buda: a hulking concrete remnant from a garden grove, Lőrince Szabó’s ruined dinner and Kosztolányi joking about sports – we were once again on the trail of legendary places that disappeared, in Krisztinaváros. What happened to the Zöldfa restaurant, why was jeweler Jenő Planicska beaten and what did Kosztolányi joke about in the Philadelphia cafe?
All this in the latest Budai Hang, the 8-page supplement of Magyar Hang published on August 19!