You have clicked at the homepage of the monthly called "Budapest". It paper was first launched on 15 October 1945, then discontinued in 1947. It was re-launched in 1966, as financed by the city government of Budapest, and was published every month until 1988.
In 2003, a then one-year old informal club, called Nagy Budapest Törzsasztal (a sort of loose circle of Budapest experts, authors, journalist and their friends, with a once-a-month regular meeting place, and a name, untranslatable into English) decided to re-launch it and they did it. The test issue was published in January 2003, and Issue 1 of Volume 1 left the press in March 2003. It has been edited by Péter Buza, an author of about 20 books in local history, a retired editor of the daily of the largest circulation. With almost every issue, there is a guest editor, a person from among the members of the club.
The meeting of Nagy Budapest Törzsasztal is in Café Spinoza (VII. Dob utca 15.) on the first Tuesday of every month, at 6 p.m. You are also welcome. Most of us speak English. If you have questions, don't hesitate to contact the secretary,