The Football Euro Cup is over. And just as quickly as it flew by, the Olympic Games in Tokyo have come to a close. The games were discussed at great lengths in the news and on social media, but the debate usually didn’t revolve around participants’ athletic performances or their prowess. Instead we talk about […]
Culture articles about local artists and cultural phenomena.
They say to keep doing something over and over again but expecting different results is a sign of madness. So how can we expect Europe to really progress if we keep inviting the same people to the table, making the same old empty statements about “progress” and “unity” but without really making any action to […]
When you see the news about the situation in Albania today you cannot help but wonder: What in blazes is happening there? The government demolished the old fascist era National Theatre and Albanians are very divided about it. When you investigate the matter further through news portals, television, and Facebook, you might think that something […]
Every year the Electronic Entertainment Expo (or E3 for short) presents the newest innovations in gaming. Only this year was rather disappointing. Not only did Sony not show up, but most of the presentations did not reveal anything new. One very notable exemption that most journalists glossed over was Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs: Legion. Watch Dogs […]
The 29th March 2019 was engraved in many of our minds for 2 years as the day that the UK finally breaks away from its former EU family. Whether this day was eagerly anticipated or dreaded, it was unanimously deemed as a turning point for the future of Europe. Alas, the date came and went […]
Digit@l Friends is the first youth café in the Warsaw landscape. They call it a cafe, and others call it a House of Culture 2.0. I talked to Kamila Wujec, the founder of the new company in Warsaw. DK: What exactly is Digit@l Friends and what goals do you have? KW: In fact, our goal is […]