- World Youth Day 2016 Krakow Survival Guide By Effie Eleftheriadou
Your guide to getting around on the roads and public transport, getting help, keeping up-to-date on events, and more during World Youth Day 2016 in Krakow.
- Krakow News 21st July 2016: WORLD YOUTH DAY: Pyrotechnic articles banned, ZOO for free / First outdoor library / The city connected to A4 Highway by a new ring road By Zuzanna Buchowska
WORLD YOUTH DAY PYROTECHNIC ARTICLES TEMPORARILY…
- Krakow News 20th July 2016: WORLD YOUTH DAY: Schedule changes; Terror alerts / 60 thousand Cracovians want Majchrowski's dismissal / Pub boycotted for owner's racist post / The largest Lego exhibition in Poland By Zuzanna Buchowska
WORLD YOUTH DAY: Schedule changes in public…
- 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…
- Fighting the phrase "Polish death camps" with education, not censorship By Daniel Tilles, Notes from Poland
While it is completely understandable that Poland wants to stamp out the misleading and offensive phrase ‘Polish death camps’, this should be done…
- Jewish Krakow: Reflections on Jewish Life in Scotland and Poland By JCC Krakow
Michael Mail created the “Scots Jews: Identity, Belonging and the Future” contemporary photo exhibition recently on display at JCCs Krakow and Warsaw
- Kino Mania: Walser (2015) By Giuseppe Sedia
- TEDxKazimierz 2016: Transformation By Krakow Post
Yesterday at the 2nd annual TEDxKazimierz, speakers, performers, and musicians took the stage to explore the theme of "Transformation."
- Grzegorz Turnau: The Bard of Krakow By Dewey Gurall
If Krakow had a musical ambassador to the world, it would be Grzegorz Turnau. He tells us about his music, inspiration, growing older, and puppet theater.
- Before the Pope: The (mostly secular) music events in Krakow before World Youth Day (22-25 July 2016) By Dewey Gurall
All the great music coming to you in Krakow this weekend outside of the better-known World Youth Day musical events. If you're in town, check them out!
- Krakow music 15-18 July 2016: The blues, Latin, techno, and songs and stories... By Dewey Gurall
PICK OF THE WEEKMONDAY 18TH JULY BILLY NEAL AND JACEK KOROHODA BAND Harris Piano Jazz Bar (Rynek Głowny 28 / 19:00 / 30 zł)When classical…
- 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
- Drop In: Bon Appetit By Stuart Wadsworth
A French twist on Polish cooking: If I experience a better suffusion of flavours in a dish this year than at Bon Appetit, I will be extremely happy.
- Drop In: Vegab By Stuart Wadsworth
Vegab is a new entry into Krakow's relatively sparse meatless market, combining casual street food with creative vegan cooking. But does it work?
- An exciting Ekstraklasa season draws to a close By Chafik Ouassal
Only one game left before the end of the regular season. Six teams can still mathematically enter the Top Eight and qualify for the Championship Round…
- Ekstraklasa March 2016: Krakow teams continue struggle By Chafik Ouassal
Five game days in the last four weeks before the internationals and Easter break: it's been a busy schedule for all the Ekstraklasa players and all…
- To all football (soccer) lovers: The Ekstraklasa is back! By Chafik Ouassal
"Winter is coming" Following the long winter break, the second half of the Polish Ekstraklasa (Division 1) season has begun.All the teams are back…
- 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.