Called the “Black Angel” of the Polish song, Ewa Demarczyk was one of the most outstanding Polish stage personalities. Her poetry-adapted songs travelled the world’s greatest stages and, though she didn’t leave too many recordings, her hypnotising hum can still be heard on any good radio station.
To close the “dream gap” between young girls and boys, Barbie has created a global initiative based on real women’s stories from all walks of life. Portuguese surfer Teresa Bonvalot and Polish journalist Martyna Wojciechowska are two of them.
Fewer and fewer people are able to enjoy a truly dark night because of increasing light pollution. Dark Sky Alqueva, in Portugal, was the world’s first reserve to be certified as a Starlight Tourism Destination. FEED spoke with the project’s mentor, Apolónia Rodrigues, and the astrophotographer Miguel Claro, to understand why a night spent under these dark skies is a lot more than just entertainment.