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Greek Festival Celebrates Hellenic Culture in Alaska, August 18-20

The Alaska Greek Festival returns to the state capital Anchorage on Friday for the 23rd year, according to KTVA Alaska.   The three-day festival will take place...

Two Greek Women Conquer Denali, the Highest Peak in Alaska

“Climbing a mountain needs a soul, not power,” says Christina Flambouri, one of the two Greek mountaineers who climbed the highest mountain of Alaska. Flambouri,...

Alaska Dances, Eats and Drinks in Greek (video)

The Second Annual Alaska Greek Gala is organized for this weekend in Anchorage. Apart from being a fundraiser whose proceeds go to the Holy Transfiguration...

Greek Restaurant Owner Living in Alaska Opens Up About her Life

Some 8,500 kilometers away from Greece, Greek tradition lives on. In a piece for Lifo magazine actress and director Glyka Stoiou narrated her short encounter with Athina Marouda...

Babis Brings Greek Food to Alaska

In one of the coldest cities in Alaska, where the winter temperature can reach up to -45 degrees Celsius, one Greek immigrant has created...

AHEPA Reactivates Anchorage Chapter in Alaska

The American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association (AHEPA,) a leading membership-based association for the nation's three million American citizens of Greek heritage and Philhellenes, has...

Big Turnout at the Alaska Greek Festival in Anchorage

The Holy Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church in Anchorage kicked off its three-day 16th annual Greek Alaska Festival on August 17, featuring traditional Greek music...

The Only Greek at Fairbanks, Alaska

Charalampos Nikolaides is the only Greek at Fairbanks, Alaska, a city that’s considered one of the hardest to live in at this remote US...

First Alaskan Greek Orthodox Church Constructed this Summer

For the first time in the history of  Greeks in Alaska, this summer the Orthodox community will have its own church in Anchorage, the...

Greek Owned Freighter Adrift in Rough Alaskan Waters

A powerless, Greek owned freighter carrying canola seeds and fuel is adrift in rough seas near Adak, Alaska, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. The...

Pocket Theater Presents ‘Don Quixotes’ on June 9

Pocket Theater in Seattle, will present the incredible adventures of Don Quixote, narrated by two elves who travel in 16th century Spain and act most...

The Greek Who Painted the First Orthodox Church in the North Pole

Greek icon painter Kostas Theodorou from Larissa Greece was invited to paint the first Orthodox church in the North Pole. He was commissioned to...

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