May 312010
Building Bridges: Polish-Jewish Perspectives

As Krakow prepared to launch the 20th Festival of Jewish Culture and a permanent exhibition at the Schindler Factory, the Post talked to Professor Aleksander Skotnicki, winner of the Karski & Nirenska Prize for work on Polish-Jewish heritage

May 312010
Spotlight: 50th Krakow Film Festival

The Krakow International Film Festival is set to take the city by storm with a dizzying mélange of screenings and events to gratify every whim of the film-lover. 250 films will be screened in competition categories (documentary, short live-action, and animation), special themed screenings, archive screenings and a retrospective from the eminent “godfather of American […]

May 302010

Krakow native Agnieszka Radwańska was eliminated from the world’s premiere clay-court tennis event in a surprising upset against unseeded Yaroslava Shvedova. Radwanska was seeded eighth but was definitively outplayed by her Kazakh opponent, losing 7-5, 6-3. As the match turned against her, Radwańska grew disgusted with comments from the sidelines from her father and coach […]

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