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Catherine Tsounis

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New Yorkers expressed their unity with Epirotes, Saturday evening, January 16th during Martin Luther King national holiday weekend. The dinner dance was held at...

“We welcome you...an ENT surgeon is a doctor who deals with almost every human sense and the organs that serve these senses, as he...

Epirotes and Greek benefactors have organized 3 events in Philadelphia, New York and Baltimore to benefit 2016 Epirus. "Epirotes Sing for Epirus at the...

January 1, 2016 Greece celebrates Agios Vasilios or Saint Basil’s Day. In Greek tradition, he brings gifts to children every January 1st. “We would...

Representatives of Greek Orthodox parishes and societies gathered at St. Demetrios Cathedral in Astoria, New York to enjoy a Christmas celebration for Sts. Anargyroi...

  An internet presence, non-profit and New York tax exempt status are some of the accomplishments of the 2015 Prometheus Greek Teachers Association. A Christmas...

On visit to the “Decorated Icon Exhibit at Cathedral of Christ the Savior” located at Ulitsa Volkhonka, in Moscow, an exhibit of Orthodox icons...

Only two percent of Americans enjoy soccer. Globally, soccer is the most popular sport. The Pan Arcadian Federation of America “Geros Tou Morea” will have...

ManiMani “ManiMani” is a popular restaurant in Athens, near the Herodion where you are staying,” said our friends Erica and Doris Haralambithou. It's near the...

I was walking on Second Avenue by NYU Langone hospital and saw a banner of “100: The Armenian Genocide.” I did not realize until...

Greece is meeting the Syrian  humanitarian crisis with compassion.  On the 93rd Anniversary of the Asia Minor Catastrophe, we must remember the ancient Christian...

The Greek sensitivity is shown in the unique “The Europe of Greece: Colonies and Coins from the Alpha Bank collection” at the Archaeological Museum...