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Demetrios Rhompotis is a journalist based in New York and publisher of NEO magazine (www.neomagazine.com).

Academy of Hellenic Paideia: Inspired By Children, Driven by Passion

Academy of Hellenic Paideia's approach to education is unique and innovative with students not only learning Greek, but immersing into Greek culture.

National Hellenic Museum Raises nearly $1 Million at Annual Gala

The National Hellenic Museum’s Gala, one of Chicago’s most anticipated annual social events, raised approximately $950,000 in support of the museum’s mission of sharing the legacy of Hellenism, preserving the stories and honoring the contributions of Greek immigrants and Americans of Greek heritage to our nation.
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Crocodile Tears over Crimea…

Those in the West that shed their tears galore about Russia’s invasion in the Crimea, must cut the fanfare because they are as bad...
Archbishop Iakovos with Dr. Martin Luther King

Black History Month And the Greeks

February is Black History Month and paying tribute to this very special group of Americans should not be just an opportunity to sympathize, get...

Opinion: “Social Gathering” the Meeting in Washington

The effort that various analysts are making in order to present Samaras’ visit to the White House as a step that will bring a...

Greek-American Buys Louisiana’s Oldest & Largest Daily Newspaper

Greek American entrepreneur John D. Georges (photo center), CEO of Georges Enterprises and the Georges Media Group, recently purchased The Advocate, one of the...
Archbishop Iakovos with Dr. Martin Luther King

Black History Month and the Greeks

It’s February, Black History Month, and after reading an op-ed by Washington-based lawyer and political activist Andreas Akaras (“When Philotimo Stood with African-Americans), in...
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With Secretary Kerry Coming In So Are New Opportunities

By Demetrios Rhompotis* - Tomorrow, Friday, February 1st, will be the last day for Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State. While it is early for a...

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