The Greek Minister of Finance, Yiannis Stournaras, in his interview to U.S. network CNBC, expressed optimism for the release of the next installment to Greece, despite the rumours about problems in the negotiations with troika. As he reported, the government won’t proceed with further cuts and measures. “We continue discussions in order to reach an agreement […]
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The award-winning Greek soprano Anastasia Zannis, sent a message of love, solidarity and hope to Greece, singing in a concert at the historical “Carnegie Hall.” The concert, organized by the Federation of Greek Societies of Greater New York, was dedicated to Archbishop Demetrios of America, and its earnings will be donated to the “Elpida” association […]
The Pan-Cretan Association of America (PAA) honored Dora Bakoyanni with the “Venizelio” award, which is considered to be of the highest honorary distinction. Bakoyanni declared “Greece will stand tall once again and will be stronger than before.” In a statement regarding Eleftherios Venizelos, she said, “he was a leader with vision, insight and realistic views.” […]
More than 500 people attended the charity event which was organized by the group of teenagers and young adults “Friends of Mirto,” in Massachusetts under the auspices of the Federation of Hellenic-American Societies of New England. The aim of the event was to raise money in order to provide economic assistance to 16-year-old Mirto, who […]
The family of the U.S. Marine Brian LaLoup who committed suicide inside the U.S. Embassy in Athens, Greece, claims that their son was buried without his heart after the Greek authorities performed an illegal autopsy and removed the organ. According to NBC, his parents filed a lawsuit in federal court against the U.S. Department of Defense, […]
“I wanted to give back to the church community that supported me when I needed a family. It is my unique honor to serve the Transfiguration of Christ Church of Mattituck, Long Island, from December 2012-13,” said Mr. Anthony (Tony) Coutsouros. “I want to fade away. I am a devoted parishioner to the church that […]
The health benefits of the Greek Mediterranean Diet were presented yesterday in the U.S. Congress. This event was organized by the Greek Embassy in Washington, with the cooperation of Members Joseph Crowley, Gus Bilirakis and Carolyn Maloney. Greek ambassador Christos Panagopoulos opened the event. Among the over 400 people in attendance, were Greek businessmen active in the […]
An outstanding event devoted to Byzantine art took place in the National Gallery of Art in Washington, for the celebration of the inauguration of the exhibition “Heaven and Earth: Art of Byzantium from Greek collections.” The exhibition opened on October 6, and the inauguration that was scheduled for October 2 — with the presence of […]
According to Nick Skreka’s article in CNBC, foreign investors are ready to rush into Greek stocks. As reported, Greece was the first equity market that was downgraded from developed to emerging, but it appears that this created several paradoxes in the middle of the recession. In theory, that decision would generate a negative sentiment. However, […]
By Maria Ioannides - George Petrocheilos, 22, a Towne Park, Ltd. executive made it among the “forty under forty” winners, making him one of the youngest honorees as well as the first Greek native to ever win the competition. The Baltimore Business Journal recently announced their ‘‘40 Under 40’’ business leaders of the Greater Baltimore metropolitan area. […]
For the past thirty years, a Greek organization by the name of The Greek Children’s Fund, has been Helping Greek and Cypriot children suffering from cancer and seeking treatment in Hospitals and Medical centers in the U.S. The Greek Children’s Fund was founded in 1983, by ex-patriot Stanley Matthews. Mr. Matthews’ daughter, Catherine, suffered from […]
Louis Gritsipis’ four-story building is still stubbornly standing in the west end of 42nd Street in New York. The owner, 73 year-old Louis Gritsipis, an american citizen from Kandila in Aetolia-Acarnania, Greece, had the opportunity to sell the building in 2000 when the development company J.D. Carlisle planned to build a luxury skyscraper right alongside it. According […]
Greece’s ambassador to the United States will attend the inauguration of elected Mayor of Annapolis, Mike Pantelides, and the new City Council on Monday afternoon. Pantelides released a preview of the inaugural program via social media Tuesday afternoon. The event features a lineup of remarks by local politicians and ministers and the administration of the […]
With journalism becoming an ever-more dangerous profession, a United Nations committee has voted to create an international day to protect journalists although the numbers of them being jailed, wounded and killed is piling up, particularly in countries with low media freedom ratings and where conflicts rage. Reporters Without Borders welcomed the move and said 89 […]