Month: April 2016

Episode 17: Dyngus Day and Grodziske with Bill Serowski

Happy Dyngus Day! Since this is a regional podcast, I assume you’re all aware of Dyngus Day. It’s the day after Easter, and Dyngus Day is a Polish tradition culminating in a post-lenton festival and parade. That’s at least what it looks like in Buffalo: The Official Dyngus Day Capital of the World. To go back and figure out the history of any holiday, religious or otherwise, gets complicated and difficult. What concerns me more is the celebration of Polish culture. Listen here or read more: Being Polish and Irish guarantees some spring-time activities and in Buffalo that translates...

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