The goal is to get to Warsaw, of course, for which I don’t actually have a ticket.
On Monday October 3rd, up to 100,000 women took the day off work and school and dressed in all black to take part in a pro-choice march that organizers called “Black Monday.”
So I’m not here to write another think piece on the recent events affecting the black community in America, because I’ve already said all I needed to say here, which by the 1K+ likes and 500+ shares, I’ll take it…
One of Europe’s most acclaimed ensembles, the Royal String Quartet is the perfect ambassador for the music of Polish composers Paweł Szymański and Paweł Mykietyn. In Music For Writers, cellist Michal Pepol talks about the work.
My month in Krakow was short-lived, with the affection I felt for you in those few minutes even more momentary.
Recovering from its communist past, Poland has become a major part of the European Union.
Megi Szu asks Lola if giving a mysterious man an erection would get her wet. Lola says she is not sure.
Our leaders are busy marrying former models who slept with Mick Jagger and having pool parties with underage Slovenians. Meanwhile, Obama is singing at the AP dinner, wearing jeans while jogging outside of the Elysée Palace, and having a First Lady who mixes H&M with upcoming designer labels.
When someone asks me what’s in blood sausage.
More than just the preeminent commentator on the social role and cultural politics of graphic design in contemporary culture, the English cultural critic Rick Poynor is our most reliable dashboard navigator through the visual landscape, a politically astute, historically literate GPS plotting our course through the forest of signs.