After almost 50 years in the neighborhood, Busy Bee Food Exchange is closing its doors. Owned by the Konopka family, Busy Bee sells Polish specialties, including a variety of fresh bread, pierogi, meat, produce and beer.
The school celebrated its Polish language program last Thursday.
This is is a place “where good grows”
The film is about loss and will consist of three vignettes.
Ewa Winnicka, a Polish journalist living in Warsaw, has always been interested in migration, “I think it’s one of the strongest experiences one can have,” she says. Her previous books […]
Posters, street art and murals continue to pop-up around the city in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, and the signs in Greenpoint have their own local flavor. A […]
The following is an account from a Polish American Greenpointer who grew up in the neighborhood and whose parents are from Poland. Where to begin about Robert Winnicki and his […]
This story was originally published on 6/5/19 by THE CITY. (By: Claudia Irizarry Aponte) A far-right Polish nationalist whose planned appearance at a Brooklyn Catholic church was canceled amid protests took […]
This story was originally published on 6/3/19 by THE CITY. (By: Claudia Irizarry Aponte) Catholic officials on Monday abruptly canceled speeches by two right-wing Polish figures at Brooklyn churches after local […]
Over the past couple of weeks, you might have spotted a poster around Greenpoint promoting a Polish protest. Last Sunday, Polish nationalist demonstrators gathered in Manhattan’s Foley Square to protest the U.S.’s […]