Completing Europe – From The North-South
Corridor To Energy, Transportation,
and Telecommunications Union

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Twenty-five years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, much progress has been made toward fulfilling the vision of a Europe whole and free. However, much work remains to complete a critical element of this vision, the creation of a single European market. That will require the development of infrastructure networks that bind together the […]

Following Third Security Breach of Brooklyn
Bridge, Legislation Introduced To Raise
Penalties of Trespassing High-Profile Structures

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BROOKLYN, NY, November 18, 2014: Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, State Senator Daniel Squadron, and Assembly Member Joseph Lentol stood on the Brooklyn Heights Promenade, overlooking the Brooklyn Bridge, and announced state legislation that would raise the penalties for trespassing on critical infrastructure. This came two days following the third security breach of the Brooklyn […]

New National Museum In Washington
To Tell History of Polish Americans

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NEW YORK, Oct. 31, 2014 (NMAP NEWS) – There’s a museum being planned for Washington, DC now that will tell when and how Poles came to the United States, where they settled, how they became Americans and about their contributions to this nation. The story of Polish Americans will be told along with every other […]

When The Communists Murdered A Priest

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A Polka Variety Dinner Dance In New Jersey!

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NEW JERSEY – St. John the Baptist Church in Perth Amboy, NJ is hosting a POLKA VARIETY DINNER DANCE on Saturday, October 18th, located at 145 Union Street, Perth Amboy, NJ. This is a DINNER & DANCE and for the admission cost of $30 you will enjoy an evening of music, plus you will be served […]

Historical Society Plans Reception For Exhibits

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The Luzerne County Historical Society announces the opening of two new exhibits at the Museum: Germans in Luzerne County and “The Bride Wore”—Wedding Gowns of Wyoming Valley. The first exhibit focuses on the German people of Luzerne County. The exhibit explores the history, culture and contributions of the German immigrants who settled in Luzerne County […]

PRCUA Installs National Officers

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CHICAGO, IL – The Polish Roman Catholic Union of America (PRCUA), the oldest Polish fraternal organization in the USA, installed its 2014-2018 national officers and directors on Sunday, September 14, 2014. National Chaplain Rev. Canon Walter Ptak, of Orchard Lake, MI, administered the oath of office during the Installation Mass celebrated at St. Ferdinand Church […]

Join Mass Protest: Stop Russian Terrorism

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All-American protest to support U.S. security interests in Central and East Europe. Join us Saturday September 13, 2014 from 3-5 pm at the Daley Plaza by 50 W.Washington, Chicago, IL —— On Saturday September 13, 2014 join us from 3-5 pm at the Daley Plaza by 50 W.Washington, Chicago, there will be a PROTEST to […]

Polish Museum of America Announces
New Managing Director

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CHICAGO, IL – July 25, 2014 The Executive Committee and the Board of Directors of The Polish Museum of America (PMA) are pleased to formally announce the selection of the new Managing Director, Malgorzata Kot. After an intense search and interview process, Mrs. Kot was chosen from a field of qualified candidates. Malgorzata Kot has […]

Remembering Edward Piszek

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On the 10th Anniversary of his death… The late Edward John Piszek (1916 – 2004) gave a unique Polish-American twist to the classic “rags to riches” story, which is worth recalling on the 10th anniversary of his death. In the late 1940s he and a friend began experimenting with frozen crab cakes with which they supplied […]