Time To Turn To American
Technology For Space Launch

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For the first time since the Cold War, the United States has deployed armored reinforcements to Europe. To counter Russia’s aggression, several hundred troops and 20 tanks are now in the Baltic. Yet the U.S. military is still injecting millions into the Russian military industrial complex. In late August, the United Launch Alliance — the […]

Sen. Mikulski’s Statement On The 25th
Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall

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WASHINGTON, D.C. (November 10, 2014) – U.S. Senator Barbara A. Mikulski (D-Md.) made the following statement on the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall: “Today is the day the Berlin Wall came down, a day we can all be proud. It is a day that reminds us of the power of democratic […]

How Is The Fall of Communism Remembered,
Why, And So What?

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The Russian and East European Studies Program and The Slavic Club are presenting a lecture How is the Fall of Communism Remembered, Why, and So What? by Prof. Jan Kubik on Thursday, November 13th, 2014, 6:30 pm in 236 Fahy Hall – Seton Hall University campus, 400 South Orange Avenue, South Orange, New Jersey 07079. […]

Marianna Gunshore Crowned Miss Polonaise

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PENNSYLVANIA – The East Side Federation of Polish American Societies sponsored their 50th Polonaise Ball on Saturday, November 1st, 2014 at the 3rd St. Polish Falcons Club in Erie. The golden jubilee marked the crowning of the 2014-2015 Miss Polonaise, Marianna Gunshore. Marianna is the proud daughter of Paul and Angela Gunshore and the late […]

“Connections”: Exhibit At Skulski Gallery

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NEW JERSEY – The Skulski Art Gallery of the Polish Cultural Foundation, non-profit organization in Clark, New Jersey is pleased to present an exhibit titled “Connections” featuring four outstanding artists/illustrators such as Beata Szpura, Nancy Doniger, Claude Martinot and Lisa Cinelli, also joining the group is sculptor Lorenzo Pelosi. The exhibit started on October 10th and […]

“Can Can” Can Make You Laugh

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NEW JERSEY – Over the past 75 years, Opening Night at the Paper Mill Playhouse is always exciting, and in October when the new season begins there’s a spark in the air making Milburn the place to be if you are a fan of Broadway productions. As a critic of Broadway shows for nearly 40 years, […]

New Jersey Curriculum Quits Blaming Poland
For Hitler’s Death Camps

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Brooklyn, N.Y. “ It was an embarrassing and upsetting moment for anyone dedicated to the assurance that the history of the Holocaust must be accurately recorded and preserved.” This was the way the Holocaust Documentation Committee of the Polish American Congress stated its position after it discovered the New Jersey Department of Education displayed a […]

Van Houten Ave Street Fair This Sept. 14th!

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CLIFTON, NJ – The Athenia Business Association of Clifton presents its 12th Annual VAN HOUTEN AVE STREET FAIR which will be held on Sunday, September 14th from 11 am to 5 pm. Van Houten Ave will be transformed into a giant town block party, a pedestrian marketplace – exhibitors displaying their merchandise, a host of vendors, food, a […]

The Backpacks Are Back!

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CLIFTON, NJ – Help us to provide Clifton students with free quality filled backpacks for their 2014-2015 school year. During July and August volunteers will be collecting school supplies and backpacks in the community. Our goal this year is 200 backpacks filled with school supplies for K-5 students and 100 for Middle school students. We […]

WWI And The Second Fall of Man

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Note: June 28th, 2014 marked the 100th anniversary of the assassination of Austrian archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife. A few months later, Europe was embroiled in war. World War I. In his intriguing article, Dr. Paul Kengor begins with the deadly summer 100 years ago and outlines the disastrous outcomes of the war. A time, […]