- Krakow News 10 January 2017: UJ Senate rebukes government / Parents to plant trees in Krakow / Police raid UJ Hospital By Krakow Post
Jagiellonian University Senate: "Restore civilized debate in Poland" / Krakow parents to plant trees for kids / UJ Hospital raided: embezzlement suspected
- Krakow News 09 January 2017: The atmosphere in Krakow wants to kill you By Krakow Post
Serious warnings for smog, frost, and carbon monoxide poisoning: Stay aware and keep yourself safe through Krakow's Polish winter
- Krakow News 4 January 2017: Miodowa murder / Ex-Alma employees demand wages / Krakow's 2016 babies By Krakow Post
Bizarre accident leads to murder on ul. Miodowa in Krakow / Ex-Alma employees protest for back wages / Krakow's 2016 baby names
- Poland's true story: Coming to terms with a complex past By David Sarna Galdi
In September the Polish cabinet approved a law that will punish (including imprisonment) anyone claiming that Poles killed Jews during the Second World War…
- Bull on the Page: To Brexit or not to Brexit? By Mike Doherty
Next Thursday, June 23rd, the UK will hold a referendum to decide whether the country wishes to continue its membership of the European Union or to leave.…
- Cracovians to protest proposed abortion law with clothes hangers By Steven Hoffman
A proposed bill which would impose a total ban on abortion in Poland has drawn ire across the country from women's groups and others, who plan to protest…
- Kino Mania December 2016: Wolyn / Smoleńsk / Ostatnia Rodzina By Giuseppe Sedia
Reviews of Wolyn (Hatred), Smoleńsk, and Ostatnia Rodzina (The Last Family), some of the most popular Polish films of late 2016.
- Jewish Krakow: Building ties to the Catholic community By JCC Krakow
JCC Krakow welcomed over 1,000 Catholic pilgrims and the Pope this year, also hosting Chuck Fishman's photography exhibition “John Paul II Visiting Poland"
- Kino Mania: The Red Captain (2016) By Giuseppe Sedia
The epochal shift to Czech capitalism is a merely decorative background to a story that turns into a big-screen penny dreadful in Kollár's The Red Captain
- The Tragic Death of Music Entrepreneur Marcin Babko By Dewey Gurall
As a journalist, promoter, musician, and more, Marcin Babko was responsible for introducing many artists to the Polish music consciousness.
- Krakow music 3-7 December 2016: December will be magic again By Dewey Gurall
"When you have musical partners like this, you can do anything. I think of it as a game between ourselves and the audience."
- Krakow music 25 November - 1 December 2016: New faces, old legends, and the love of dogs... By Dewey Gurall
I won't mince words: You may not be familiar with these artists, but I promise you that at least two of them are among the very best at what they do.
- Drop In: Senses By Stuart Wadsworth
Dining in the pitch dark? And eating food you can't see, without even knowing what it is? That's a curve ball. I dropped in to illuminate our readers.
- Drop In: Qrudo Food & Wine By Stuart Wadsworth
I decided to find out and do something I haven't done for a while: visit a Polish food restaurant, Qrudo Food & Wine in the heart of Kazimierz.
- Drop In: Industrial Resto & Bar By Stuart Wadsworth
Industrial, serving modern Polish/International haute-cuisine, fits the vibe of this area; the building housing the restaurant looks like an art gallery
- Review & Interview: Krakow's Football "Holy War" By Chafik Ouassal
Wisła Krakow welcomed their neighbours from Cracovia for the traditional "Derby Krakowa" in the game week 19 of the Polish football league. For their last…
- Cracovia 1-3 Jagiellonia Białystok By Stefan Kubiczyn
Cracovia 1-3 Jagiellonia Białystok Cetnarski 50' (pk) - Vassiljev 41' (pk), Černych (73), Frankowski (90) att: 7755Cracovia's frustratingly…
- Krakow football rivals running out of steam By Chafik Ouassal
Since the boiling derby, Krakow-based teams haven't been doing too well in the league. In their last couple of games, the two rivals shared a similar…
- Krakow TV: One Billion Rising Krakow 2016 By David McGirr
This year marked the 3rd anniversary of One Billion Rising in Krakow, part of a global annual event against sexual violence toward women and girls.
- Krakow TV: Drag a Dragon Across the Vistula By David McGirr
Dozens of Cracovians swam across the January waters of Krakow in the fourth annual "Drag a Dragon Across the Vistula" ("Przeciągnij Smoka przez Wisłę").
- Kraków And Edinburgh Celebrate Their Partnership With An Exhibition By Esmeralda Gonzalez
Two of the most beautiful, historical and cultural cities in Europe, Kraków and Edinburgh, celebrate their long partnership agreement with the exhibition…
- What Wojtek Did Next: A Beer-Drinking Bear in Paradise
The Krakow Post has gained exclusive access to the celestial diary which Wojtek, the Soldier Bear who aided Polish troops in WWII, started keeping after his promotion to paradise.
- Short Fiction: (Untitled) by Jakub Zuch
On my seventh birthday I get a watch which can turn back time. Besides that, there’s nothing special about it.
- 'Make Life Harder' makes life funnier
Since 2011 the satire blog has evolved into a cult phenomenon in its own right, with more followers than Kasia Tusk’s and even a newly published book.
- Rising Alcoholism in Poland: The true cost and how to get help
Alcoholism in Poland has been on the rise for over a decade, creating public and personal health crisis. A Krakow medical student suggests some solutions.
- Krakow’s Smog Crisis: 4 Steps to Protect Yourself
While politicians spend years debating laws to reduce smog, Cracovians must act now to protect themselves to minimize the long-term damage.
- Paczka Jakuba brings farm-fresh food to Cracovians' doorsteps
Urban Polish attitudes toward wholesome, fresh, ethically-sourced food have been somewhat stuck in time. Paczka Jakuba is trying to change that.
- Fighting the phrase "Polish death camps" with education, not censorship
Poland wants to stamp out the misleading and offensive phrase ‘Polish death camps’ – but the proposal to outlaw it threatens academic freedom.
- Bull on the Page: Keep Calm. And Don't Take the PiS.
Today will see the newly victorious conservative PiS government take office. Now what? Our correspondent surveys the political landscape.
- All Brutal on the Eastern Front: A belated view of 'Generation War'
'Generation War' is a seriously flawed work, albeit an attempt, of sorts, to get to grips with the experience of so-called “ordinary” Germans.