In this episode of the Hungarian Living podcast, I visit with Eva Lazear from the Magyar Club of Dayton, Ohio. This group has been around since the 70’s and is still very active and intentional about welcoming new members! Here are the ways to connect with them:...
Hungarian Living Podcast
Our podcast serves as encouragement for you to learn about your Hungarian heritage through interesting interviews with all kinds of folks who work hard to keep their Hungarian heritage alive. If you have a topic or guest suggestion for the podcast, please contact us at [email protected]
Hungarian History & Culture Course Episode 39 In this episode of the Hungarian Living podcast, I visit with Gergely Nemeth about our upcoming Hungarian History and Culture Course. Gergely is one of our Hungarian language teaching partners and he lives in Miskolc,...
Our goal is to help you develop and maintain a meaningful connection with your Hungarian heritage. We know what a challenge it is to preserve those ancestral ties throughout the generations, so we provide a variety of avenues to help you stay connected in the...
In this episode of the Hungarian Living podcast, I visit with Andrea Lauer Rice about an exciting new project! There will be a statue in Georgia to honor those who participated in the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. If you want to learn more about this project and...
In this episode of the Hungarian Living podcast, I visit with Eszter Suto about HuGo, the app for iphones that shows Hungarian businesses, events,
In this episode of the Hungarian Living podcast I visit with Laszlo Les Josa about genealogy research. If you are at the beginning of
In this episode of the Hungarian Living podcast I visit with Lilla Horvath and we talk about her love for Hungarian embroidery and the new projects she has created for those who are interested in Hungarian embroidery styles.
Today I visit with Lisa Jahoda Jackson, who wrote Serenade of a Swan: The Story of Katalin Boda Jahoda, a memoir about her Hungarian mother’s life.
Welcome to this episode of the Hungarian Living podcast. This episode is titled “King Matthias and the Wicked Judge”. It is just one of the many Hungarian folk tales that my mom, Elizabeth A. Szabo, translated into English. She started on this project over 50 years ago but, with life’s twists and turns, they were not published.
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