10th Jan 2014

Observations

By Michael A. Szymanski It seems amazing to me that we are now more than a week into the year 2014. So much has happened and so much is changing....

10th Jan 2014

From Detroit to a new home in Europe, but soon to return

By Anna Rusinowski In October of 2010 I moved to Kaiserslautern, Germany as a girl with a dream to see more of the world. Kaiserslautern and its surrounding area serve...

06th Jan 2014

Szczerze?… I tak i nie

Halina Massalska Okres oczekiwania na Boże Narodzenie, nareszcie Wigilia, choinka w pełnym blasku, Święta, Święta…, krótko potem pożegnanie Starego Roku i nowa data. Wracam pamięcią do Wigilii spędzonych z rodziną...

06th Jan 2014

The Bethlehem Light of Peace arrives in Detroit

Several days ago the Bethlehem Light of Peace, which began its worldwide journey on November 26 from the Grotto of the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem, arrived in Detroit....

25th Dec 2013

Observations

By Michael A. Szymanski Now that the year is almost at its end, it seems as if 2013 has passed very swiftly. Christmas is upon us, and I join the...

03rd Oct 2013

40 years of serving the Polish community. My meeting with Stanislaw Krajewski, experienced past Editor-in-Chief of The Polish Daily News. By Alicja Karlic

I’ve been planning to showcase the work of Mr. Stanley Krajewski for years. He definitely deserves the honor, as he served the Polish community for a very long time. I...

28th May 2013

Commemoration of the 1943 Warsaw Ghetto Uprising’s 70th Anniversary At Wayne State University May 8, 2013

By Frank J. Dmuchowski Seventy years ago on April 19, 1943 the remaining Jews in the devastated Warsaw Ghetto rose up and fought the Nazis until the Nazi German General...

30th Apr 2013

Observations

By Michael A. Szymanski As Polish Constitution Day, May 3rd, approaches, we have an article by Frank Dmuchowski discussing the significance of Poland’s constitution in the context of Human Rights....