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Dr. Siolas Participates in NYSTCE-LOTE Conference

  Dr. John G. Siolas participated in the New York State Languages other than English (NYSTCE-LOTE) Marker Response Review conference held at the Hilton Hotel...

Lousios Gorge: A Hike in Arcadia Monasticism of the Peloponnese

  The Lousios Gorge has been inhabited for centuries by hermits in caves and monks. Two monasteries remain open to visitors: Philosophou and Prodromo. Pausanias...

Hermes EXPO 2016: 25 Years of Trade, Communication and Culture

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Off the Beaten Trail: Restaurants of Tripoli

Every region creates its tradition and future. Arcadia respects and honors tradition. Her products are authentic. Arcadian wines are internationally famous. Honey from the forests...

Advocate of Greek-American Education Honored

“Education is the kindling of a flame not the filling of a vessel” Socrates, Greek Philosopher (470 B.C. – 399 B.C.).  A unique educator...

Unique Greek-American Education Mentor Honored

  Never discourage anyone...who continually makes progress, no matter how slow. Plato            Greek-American Principal Athena Tsokou-Kromidas has been there for all students at William Spyropoulos Greek...

Sold Out Crowd Attend Greek Teachers Association ‘Prometheus’ 40th Anniversary Luncheon

The Fortieth Anniversary Luncheon of the Greek Teachers Association “Prometheus” was held on Sunday, February 28th, from 1 to 5 p.m. at Terrace on...

Civilization of Dion Exhibit in New York, March 24 to June 18

  “In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous,” - Aristotle Americans will be given the opportunity to see the civilization of Dion for...

Hermes Expo International to Celebrate 25th Anniversary

HEI Continues to Bridge Regional Businesses in the U.S., Greece and Balkans  Philadelphia, PA – Celebrating its 25th year in 2016, the Hermes Expo International...

Professor Believes Greek Language Will Endure

“We could say that the future of the Greek language is not expected to be either favorable or bleak. I do not share at...

Memorial in Volos of Asia Minor Catastrophe Hero Asa K. Jennings

On February 14th, the City of Volos, Greece, honored Asa K. Jennings for saving Greeks from Smyrna and Asia Minor from 1922-23.  He was...

New York 2016: The Continuity of Greek Culture

Greek Letters Day on January 30, 2016 celebrates the Three Hierarchs of the Orthodox Church: St. Basil the Great, St. Gregory the Theologian, and...

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