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Esztergom is a city in northern Hungary, 46 km north-west of the capital Budapest. It lies in Komarom-Esztergom county, on the right bank of the river Danube, which forms the border with Slovakia there.
Esztergom is the seat of the prímás (see Primate) of the Roman Catholic Church in Hungary. It's also the official seat of the Constitutional Court of Hungary. The city has the Kereszteny Muzeum, the largest ecclesiastical collection in Hungary. Its cathedral, Esztergom Basilica is the largest church in Hungary.
Photos: - Hungarian Parliament in Budapest, 2008, uploaded by Jozefff at nl.wikipedia.- Esztergom Basilica - View from the Danube River, June 2011, by Cristina Damschin.- Budapest Chain Bridge, Aug 2003 by Il conte di Luna from Brescia.- Budapest State Opera House, Aug 2005, Authors: unknown.- The Holy Crown, Feb 2002, by Qorilla Schopenhauer.- The Esztergom Cathedral at night, Feb 2006 by Villy
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Fans appeared to have a great time in Hockenheim Sunday afternoon, when Formula One drivers, showed the motorsports world why they are the pinnacle of racing. In a 67-lap, party on the grid, it was non-stop action. There was a crash, contact, and over-taking of friends, and fellow teammates. But at the end of the day, there was the reward of a podium for three of the best drivers currently in Formula One. Mercedes AMG drivers Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton lit the fuse of excitement in Australia, at the start of the season. And fans have lost sleep, waiting for the next race.
There cannot be enough said about Williams-Martini driver, Valtteri Bottas, coming in second and keeping Williams on the map.
In other track action: During the start of the race on turn one, Felipe Massa crashed after connecting with McLaren rookie, Magnussen. Sauber driver Adrian Sutil spun his car around and got stranded in the middle of the track. Fans and commentators were puzzled as to why the safety car was not deployed. The decision by track marshal’s to let it sit on the track for a lap, then send men out on foot to push it out of the way, was heavily criticized. Stranger than that, was the sudden burst of flames from the car of Daniil Kyvat.
Sahara Force India’s driver Nico Hulkenberg, had an impressive seventh place finish in front of his home crowd. While fellow German and 4-times world champion Sebastian Vettel, was one step away from a podium coming in fourth. Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso finished fifth.
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You do not want to miss the amazing story of Fr. John Simoneau and his journey to Budapest to work there as a priest. Fr. Simoneau currently helps out at St. Cyril and Methodius Parish in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
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Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
Father Leo Henrichs - Franciscan priest who was born on the Feast of the Assumption, 1867, in Oestrich, now a part of Erkelenz, Northrhine-Westphalia, Germany and given the name of Joseph. When he joined the Franciscans, whose friary had left the persecution of the Church under Otto von Bismarck, for Paterson, New Jersey, he took the name of Brother Leo before being ordained a priest on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, 1890. While assigned to St. Elisabeth of Hungary Church in Denver, Colorado, Father Heinrichs was fatally shot while distributing communion. The shooter, a Sicilian Anarchist later described his motivations as hatred of Catholicism.
I have just returned from a tour of the major cities of Poland, Hungary, Austria and The Czech Republic which included Warsaw, Budapest, Vienna and Prague. My visit to the Polish city of Cracow included a tour of the infamous concentration camps of Aushwitz and Birkenau. In each of these great cities I ate large quantities of good food, drank copious glasses of good wine while visitng magnificent castles and memorials to the tens of millions slaughtered by the Nazi's the Communists and citizens of these countries whose children go to school, get married, have babies of their own and eat and laugh in the same way as the millions of visitors who come to their homelands. The trip therefore had a surreal quality that now has me asking myself how I, and my fellow travelers could have had such a good time in places that are vast graveyards and killing fields. How do I tell a story of my adventures that can shed some light on how these horrors could have happened without uttering the nearly universal words "It's Unbelievable" and "How could this have happened" while then enjoying a fun filled evening of good food and fellowship. How can we explain Mozart, Beethoven Tchaikovsky and Dvorak along side of Hitler and Stalin. In my story this evening I will offer some suggestions of explanation that will certainly be inadequate and which will certainly not have a happy ending. I will employ some of the themes used in past broadcasts including self and group idealization, dehumanization and demonization, and victimization.
We spend most of our episodes focused on music from the Baltimore Maryland area...after all, we hail from the mid-Atlantic region. Occasionally we take a trip into the whispy world of the paranormal.
This week was keep to our core of music, but step outside of the mid-Atlantic region to see what's going on musically in the world. Bev and Lee pack the steamtrunks for an excursion into the world radio marketplace. This provides a really good perspective on music in general, plus we will be featuring some real world-class talent. Genres and styles are fairly diverse, as we hear music from:
Chloe Charlemagne - UK
Alive Way - Lithuania
End of Mind - Seattle WA
Sara Kerr - UK
Frank Carducci - France
Watermelon Sugar - Brooklyn NY
Barbara Kiss - Hungary
Wayne William - Malta
Error Logic - UK
Painted on Water - Chicago
Nations Afire - LA
Natural Born Tellers - Canada
This is not a pre-recorded show, it's as live as we can be, so your call-ins are welcome. We'd like to get your perspective on the world's stage.
Gabby Tary is a comedian and actor.
She has performed leading roles regularly before she fled Hungary in 1956 after the Hungarian Revolution. Worked for Universal, Warner Bros. and Paramount.
Now a Stand Up Comedian, Author, Producer and Business Owner. Owner of Tary Arts.com, an online art gallery and gift shop. Also writes books and produces Live comedy events in Los Angeles. Member of S.A.G., A.F.T.R.A., Local 706 and Local 798. Loves Painting and Working with Women. (Volunteers for the Downtown Women Center) Expert at producing art and making people laugh.
Gabby Tary, originally from Budapest, Hungary, currently resides in Santa Monica, California. The daughter of a sectary and a musician father. Immigrating at 15, she has been seeking to understand conflict in America most of her life. She immigrated to the U.S. after the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. Just a teen ager, Gabby fought in the Hungarian Revolution. Growing up in Budapest during the communist regime, Gabby has experienced hunger, poverty and brutality. She has an intense love for democracy, freedom, sense of history and a profound insight into human nature, influencing her comedy. Gabby says: "I don't expect you to know about the Hungarian Revolution because it was before Twitter."
It's hard even for her to believe but she's been in show biz all her life, well since four years of age when her mother decided she was enough of a pain in the butt so she must be stage worthy. After immigrating to America she continued her education and finished high school. And after graduating high school she married, had a child and got divorced.
Gabby has been performing as a professional stand up comic for over 20 years. She has performed as an MC, Feature and Headliners. Gabby's comedic voice has a political twist. She lists Lewis Black as sources of inspiration.
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