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Milwaukee Avenue Polish Heritage Signs Debut At Pulaski Day Celebration In Wicker Park
Politicians honored the Revolutionary War hero Monday, with many drawing parallels between the Polish general's life and Ukraine's resistance to Russia.
Milwaukee Avenue Designated ‘Polish Heritage Corridor,’ Honoring Polish Culture From West Town To Niles
Officials hailed the designation as a way to support Polish culture and businesses across the Northwest Side through tourism and other initiatives.
Polish Museum Of America Reopening Noble Square Doors This Weekend After 14 Months
Founded in 1935, the museum is a vital resource for international visitors as well as Chicagoans who want to research Polish history and culture, a volunteer said.
Polish Triangle Neighbors Step Up To Save Podhalanka With Fundraisers, T-Shirts, Free Web Marketing
After reading Podhalanka was in danger of closing, neighbors reached out to owner Helena Madej to help keep her restaurant afloat.
Podhalanka, Wicker Park’s Last Traditional Polish Restaurant, Needs Help To Get Through Coronavirus
Podhalanka is arguably the only authentic Polish business still standing at the Polish Triangle, a historic Chicago landmark at the Wicker Park-Noble Square border.
Celebrate Casimir Pulaski Day At The Polish Museum of America
Since 1977, Illinoisans have declared the first Monday of March an official state holiday in honor of Casimir Pulaski.
Work Of Uptown Journalist Who Documented Polish American Life In Chicago Now On View At Museum
Jerzy "George" Skwarek's archives of Polish American life in Chicago will be included in the Polish Museum of America's collection.