Polish Movie Reviews

Movie tips: “ Little Moscow ”

The Lodz Post suggests it’s readers movies either from Poland or movies which are set in Poland. In this week’s edition, we look at “ Little Moscow ”, the story of a forbidden romance between […]

Polish Movie Reviews

Movie tips: “ The Magician of Lublin ”

The Lodz Post suggests it’s readers movies either from Poland or movies which are set in Poland. In this week’s edition, we look at “ The Magician of Lublin ”, a tale about a magician […]

Polish Movie Reviews

Movie tips: “Ida”

The Lodz Post suggests it’s readers movies either from Poland or movies which are set in Poland. In this week’s edition, we look at “Ida”, a tale about a young nun in Poland who discovers […]

Polish Recipes

Polish Recipes: Polish Hunter’s Stew – Bigos

Bigos is considered the national dish of Poland. It’s a hearty, long-simmered meat-and-sauerkraut stew that goes back centuries. It was traditionally served at the start of the hunting season, from fall through Shrove Tuesday, or […]

Polish Recipes

Polish Recipes: Split Pea and Sausage Soup

“Polish Recipes” is the new series of the Lodz Post. In this edition, we will look at a dish that would keep you warm during the cold winter months “Split Pea and Sausage Soup” Ingredients […]

Entertainment & Lifestyle

Lodz Street Food Festival 24. – 25.01.

24-25 January 2015 – For the first time over a weekend – the fifth edition of the Lodz Street Food Festival will take place. Until now, it was a one-day event, but from 2015 onwards […]

Polish Movie Reviews

Movie tips: “Wałesa – Man of Hope”

The Lodz Post suggests it’s readers movies either from Poland or movies which are set in Poland. In this week’s edition, we look at “Wałesa – Man of Hope”, a biopic directed by Andrzej Wajda, […]