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The Holy Greek -Orthodox icon has been through Colorado, and eight churches in Florida before traveling to New York, New Jersey and Baltimore.

By Danielle Weatherby, University of Arkansas The April 28 oral arguments before the US Supreme Court in Obergefell v. Hodges will be remembered as a historic...

American Hellenic Institute (AHI) President Nick Larigakis responds to a guest commentary authored by Mr. Mehmet Mustafaoglu that was published May 1, 2015 in...

The American Hellenic Council (AHC) of California held its Annual Gala in Los Angeles honoring John Calamos, Eleni Tsakopoulos, Peter Economides and Gene Rossides on Saturday April 26, 2015.

The Anatolian Genocide is an all encompassing term that not only includes the Armenians but the other victims of the Ottoman Turks reign of terror; the Greeks, Assyrians and Kurds.
Armenian Genocide

By Vasilis Papoutsis* We spoke to California Assemblymember Adrin Nazarian for the upcoming commemoration of the 100 year anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. The tragic event...
Why is Orthodox Easter different than Catholic

As Catholics and most of the western world celebrate Easter today, we asked a Greek-Orthodox priest to explain why the Orthodox Church doesn't celebrate...

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Dr. George Bartzokis

Dr. George Bartzokis, a Greek-American neuroscientist who originated the theory that the degeneration of the brain’s myelin contributed to many developmental and degenerative diseases, died of pancreatic cancer on August 22.

There’s been ongoing debate about where we are in the market and economic cycles. Growth has recovered some following stronger economic data, but still trails value year-to-date.

Politics, the markets, and economic prosperity are intertwined. And in a global economy, the cause and effect relationships are also global because “capital goes to where it is treated best.”
Twice A Stranger

“Twice a Stranger,” a documentary about the most significant forced population exchanges in the 20th century was recently presented by the Modern Greek Studies department at the University of Illinois.