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Hungarian Artists Worth Watching – Zagabo

I have a reason to be happy when it’s raining. Zagabo, the Hungarian design brand, has been making this fantastic raincoat since its founding three years ago. That’s when I bought the hot pink version… Gabi Szabó (somehow this became Zagabo) … Continue reading

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Hungarian Artists Worth Watching: Judit Wild, aka vadjutka

 Judit Wild has been making jewelry for a decade. Over those ten years, the first few spent experimenting and not really believing that this artistic pursuit was her destiny, she developed a style that is both respectful of the past … Continue reading

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An Easter Sprinkle

My daughter, 8, hid behind me when she realized it was her classmate and his father coming up the driveway. Clutching her pink plush Peeps-shaped Easter basket (an American touch) full of red packages, she grinned from ear to ear … Continue reading

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Top 10 Kids’ Birthday Party Ideas

Hello, it seems planning a kids’ birthday is a challenge for many parents here in Budapest, so this week I bring you my 10 best ideas for kids’ birthday parties in Budapest. In my opinion, the best birthday parties offer … Continue reading

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