Every five years, Warsaw becomes the heart of the global classical music scene as the world’s most talented pianists come to face off against each other in the International Chopin Piano Competition. The winner of the 18th edition of the competition was Canadian Bruce (Xiaoyu) Liu, who was awarded the gold medal and a financial […]
Eighty-two years ago, on Sept. 15, 1939, American photographer Julien Bryan appealed to US President Franklin D. Roosevelt via radio to send aid to Warsaw, which was besieged by Nazi Germany’s armed forces
The rector of Collegium Intermarium says that universities seem to have abdicated the role of defending the search for truth, goodness and beauty and that his institution will attempt to restore that role for universities in public life
The Chief of the PM’s Chancellery Michał Dworczyk stated that Rafał Trzaskowski criticized government initiatives to fight the pandemic, and it is medics who deserve all the praise for fighting the coronavirus
In just a year, there is another serious breakdown in Warsaw’s sewage treatment plant and this time it may shatter Rafał Trzaskowski’s political career, writes editor-in-chief of wpolityce.pl Marzena Nykiel
Traditional Polish families and their values are being ideologically assaulted by an LGBT steamroller backed by the media and European politics, writes, Jacek Karnowski, the editor-in-chief of Polish weekly Sieci
PO has cheated on Warsaw’s citizens, again. Piotr Lisiewicz explains how PO has stolen millions by lowering a 98 percent rebate on transferring leasehold of properties into freehold in Warsaw to 60 percent.
On the anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising the whole city stops for a minute, an act that has no parallel in all of Europe. Across generations, they remember the day, which destined Warsaw to share a fate similar to that of Carthage. Yet Warsaw survived.
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