The frontman of The Pogues was 65 years old.
Mihály Vajda, a Széchenyi Prize-winning Hungarian philosopher, university professor, and regular member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, died at the age of eighty-eight.
Family members, friends and close colleagues said their last goodbyes to Matthew Perry at a small funeral. The actor, who became world famous with the hit series Friends, died on October 28th at the age of fifty-four.
In the morning broadcast of Retro Rádió, Laci Lukács, the frontman of the band Tankcsapda, offered a guitar for auction in order to help a little boy Ádin get closer to gene therapy.
Hungarian journalist András Szegő died at the age of 75. Nők Lapja magazine announced the death of the Prima Primissima award-winning journalist on its Facebook page.
The programs of the autumn semester, organized by the Public Culture Secretariat, Cultural and Organizational Office of the University of Debrecen, continue. Two new exhibitions have been opened in the city last weekend.
The Finale will be played with English subtitles on October 30th from 7 p.m. in the Árpád Kóti hall of the Csokonai Forum.
The Déri Museum’s latest exhibition entitled Mummy Dust and Magic Stone promises a special experience program.
Behind-the-scene visits will continue in the second half of October in the newly renovated Csokonai Theatre – and they are available also in English!
Éri Péter Kossuth, Liszt Ferenc and Martin György award-winning musician, folk musician, member of the band Muzsikás, died on Sunday at the age of 70, the artist’s daughter and the Óbuda Folk Music School announced on their Facebook page.