From The Streets

From The Streets

Features 5 April 2019 0

Fresh from their international travels, the Republic ¥ art movement returns to Warsaw with style to spare…   A preposterous, self-invented parallel world inhabited by monsters and other creatures of the imagination, Republic ¥ is the country you’ve never visited, and Dawid Majgat its vagabond-at-large and diplomatic voice. “It’s... Read more
Stefan

Stefan

Shopping 3 January 2019 0

If you ever wanted your own personal Jesus, then look no further than Sklep Vintage Stefan. Insanely kitsch figurines await, but so too does a horde of strange vintage treasures. Original LOT Polish airline posters, rose pink Czechoslovakian vases, snarling porcelain tigers, East German desk lamps and WARS-branded cutlery... Read more
Postępu 5

Postępu 5

Restaurants 21 December 2018 0

How to describe it? Think Hala Koszyki for the Vice generation. Dubbed Mordor by those working there, the office-heavy district around Domaniewska has no shortage of detractors, but they’ve thinned in number since the launch of Postępu 5. Gathering cult street food outlets under one industrial roof, you’ll be... Read more
Glow All The Way

Glow All The Way

Features 12 December 2018 0

Warsaw’s love of neon shows no sign of abating with three more landmark signs added within months of each other… CeDeT Designed and produced in East Germany as ‘an expression of gratitude’ after the Germans were given use of the first floor to sell their consumer goods, the original... Read more
Nocny Market: The End
So it ends. Three years after reshaping the way Warsaw eats and meets, Nocny Market will be opening for one last hurrah this weekend before making way for the builders. Housed for the last few summers on the disintegrating platforms of Warszawa Głowna, a long overdue plan to revamp... Read more
Klub Pogłos

Klub Pogłos

Going Out 14 July 2018 0

Arguably the No. 1 venue for alternative music, Pogłos checks all the requisite boxes: a divey, gritty look, a liberal atmosphere and an army of fans willing and eager to embrace the seamier side of the night. The packed program of events runs from spoken word performances and vegan... Read more
Travel: Kraków

Travel: Kraków

Features 10 July 2018 0

Poland’s biggest tourist trap? Certainly! But there’s a reason Kraków’s cobbled streets sink each summer under the collective weight of the visiting planet. A city of bewitching beauty and intriguing history, few places on earth possess the same magic potion that makes Kraków so special… BY ALEX WEBBER |... Read more
Polish Vodka Museum Opens!
The regeneration of Praga’s Koneser Factory took a significant step forward today with the official opening of the Polish Vodka Museum – allegedly the first museum of its kind anywhere in the world. Set inside a 19th century distillery that once kept both locals and occupying Russian troops supplied... Read more
Equality Parade 2018
Once more this summer, central Warsaw will grind to a standstill on June 9th as the Equality Parade snakes its way through the streets of the capital… First held in 2001, the Equality Parade has survived numerous political obstacles to grow into one of the largest annual parades held... Read more
Review: Pardon To Tu
Pardon To Tu, remember them? Regarded as one of Warsaw’s most experimental live music venues, its closure at the start of last year was a kick in the nuts for the city’s alternative ‘night people’. Having seen the original venue on Pl. Grzybowski bulldozed as part of the area’s... Read more