Thousands in Poland Protested New Restrictions on Abortion
55,000 people took to the streets of Warsaw to demonstrate against the right-wing government's newest attempt to make it almost impossible for women to legally end a pregnancy.
Some of Warsaw's Best Candy Is Sold in the Cemetery
In the Polish capital, All Saints’ Day is a time to remember saints, martyrs, and loved ones—and to gorge on delicious sweets known as pańska skórka, sold at makeshift stalls in the city’s cemeteries.
In Search of Poland’s Post-Communist Pizza Baguette
As a kid in Poland, I grew up eating zapiekanki, a loaded cheesy baguette snack popularised by street vendors after the collapse of the Soviet Union.