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May 23, 2024

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Modjeska Club Celebrates 50th Anniversary Presents Modjeska Prizes To Polish Actors Jan Englert and Beata Pozniak

CALIFORNIA – On Sunday, October 10, 2021, Helena Modjeska Art and Culture Club celebrated its “golden” anniversary, i.e. the 50th anniversary at the elegant and historic Pasadena University Club. The 50th Anniversary Ball was the culmination of a series of events, started in January 2021, and taking place in a virtual Zoom format. These were meetings devoted to actors (Beata …

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Gennaro Conforti & Maja Gradaska Conforti Welcome You To Their New Restaurant

By Jim Dombrowski GARFIELD, NEW JERSEY – State Senator Nellie Pou (District 35) greeted new business owners Gennaro Conforti and his wife Maja Gradaska Conforti at the grand opening of their new restaurant Pesaro in Garfield. (Senator Pou who has been in the NJ State Senate since 2012 is running for re-election in November). The Senator praised Gennaro and his …

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Historic Polish Heritage Center
In Texas Holds Grand Opening

Grand Opening The Polish Heritage Center October 23rd & 24th Panna Maria, Texas In this day and age where immigration and immigrants are topics of conversation, we have a story/celebration of immigrants who faced toil, tribulation, and triumph, and contributed to the nation in what is now known as the oldest permanent Polish settlement in the United States – Panna Maria, …

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New Sculpture At Clifton Municipal Park

CLIFTON, NJ – The Clifton Arts Center & Sculpture Park has added a new sculpture to the park by artist, Elaine Lorenz   The sculpture is: “Windswept Separation”.  The Clifton Sculpture Park is free and open from Dawn to Dust.  It is located on the grounds of Clifton Municipal Complex. Elaine Lorenz was born in the Bronx, NY and was influenced by both the artistic …

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Historical Marker For Leopold Stokowski

By Peter Obst PENNSYLVANIA – Leopold  Stokowski was first among the musical innovators who began bringing the Philadelphia Sound to the world, through performance, radio and recordings. He experimented with new orchestral techniques and instruments. He had the right mixture of showmanship and talent to break the stale old mold of “classical music” and make audiences cheer. As conductor and …

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67th Kosciuszko Foundation
Chopin Piano Competition
Applications Are Now Open!

The Kosciuszko Foundation announces that applications for the 67th Kosciuszko Foundation Chopin Piano Competition are now open! The 72-year-old tradition continues, this time as hybrid competition – online and in-person in Washington D.C. Our renowned, international jury will preside over four competition rounds from February 5 – 27, 2022, where contestants ages 18-30 will present their online and live performances …

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2021 Kosciuszko Freedom Run
This Sunday, October 3rd, 2021

Take part in a family-friendly run in celebration of Revolutionary War hero Thaddeus Kosciuszko, who served in the Continental Army and who helped America win its independence. Described by Thomas Jefferson as “the purest son of liberty,” Thaddeus Kosciuszko stood for equality and liberty for all! Join us in commemorating Kosciuszko’s legacy with a run through the picturesque C&O Canal …

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Cardinal Wyszynski And Mother Czacka
Beatified In Poland

By Luke Coppen Catholic News Agency Warsaw, Poland, Sep 12, 2021 / 07:00 am A Vatican cardinal beatified two towering figures of 20th-century Polish Catholicism on Sunday. PHOTO: Poland’s President Andrzej Duda attends the beatification ceremony. Archdiocese of Warsaw/Polish Bishops’ Conference/G. Gałązka. Cardinal Marcello Semeraro, prefect of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints, declared Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński and Mother …

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Chopin Society Proudly Announces Its
2021-2022 Concert Season At The
New Britain Museum of American Arts

HARTFORD, CT – The Fryderyk Chopin Society of Connecticut is pleased to announce its lineup of internationally renowned artists for the 2021-2022 concert season. The concerts will combine in-person attendance with a livestreaming option via Zoom. This upcoming season will include six solo piano recitals: Michael Lewin on September 26, Angela Cheng on October 31, Gilbert Kalish on November 21, Jay …

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Two Rookies Begin In Charlotte!

Exclusive to the Post Eagle Photos and captions by Jim Dombrowski Rookie Jets coach Robert Saleh being interviewed by CBS walks off the field.   Saleh lost a one possession game to the Carolina Panthers 19-14 in his NFL Head Coaching debut.  Carolina Panthers QB Sam Darnold lead his Panthers to a 19-14 win over his former team on Opening …

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