Love is a large scale eventRead more
Olivia was dying. She was in a haze, stretched mercilessly between pain and pain medication. She could not tell for sure what was real….Read more
The first girl I loved was really mean to me in that she never really noticed me.Read more
The end of the season meant he had to move on.Read more
It was a late afternoon in the quietest part of town.Read more
Toro was in town last week, on a four-day bender, determined to get totally smashowskied by Sunday night, so the obvious questions were ‘where’ and ‘when?’ He explained, in his own undiplomatic way, that from his experiences in Krakow, he’d become so used to being…Read more
I live in Poland – that’s my country of residence, but I’m not Polish. My driver’s license, issued in my home country, is expiring. According to EU regulations, I need a new one issued in Poland. I asked my consulate about the procedure and which documents I would need…Read more
The best things in life are free… Free? Yeah, right! I can hear the chorus of scepticism already. Even as you read the words, a lot of you will be supplying the rest of the lyric: “…but you can keep them for the birds and bees, now give me money, that’s what I want!”…Read more
Though today was a day of victories for many citizens of the ardently pro-Western city of L’viv, it’s clear things still haven’t completely returned to normal.
Activists still man check points on roads leading into the city and the streets are patrolled by baby-faced…
A commemorative bust of former Polish People’s Army colonel and NATO spy, Ryszard Kukliński was vandalised during the night of 13–14 February.
The vandals, who have not been identified, daubed grease or paint over the inscription…