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Chicago's National Hellenic Museum, in collaboration with Notre Dame University School of Architecture, has announced the opening of a new exhibition on November 13. The exhibition is entitled...

The opening of the “Heaven and Earth, Art of Byzantium from Greek Collections” exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago took place on Saturday,...

Ted Spyropoulos dies

Ted (Theodore) Spyropoulos, a philanthropist who contributed greatly to the Greek-American community, has died. The Greek-American supported numerous organizations through his lifetime and offered scholarships...

The National Hellenic Museum (NHM) is launching a new exhibition titled “The Greek Monsters” on September 26, 2014. Designed by Greek-based artists, Beetroot, the oversized,...

When he realized he couldn't find a pair of quality men's shoes, Greek-American George Vlagos decided to make his own. Currently, there is a six-week...

On Saturday June 14, the Panhellenic Scholarship Foundation in an event held at the International Ballroom of the prestigious Hilton Chicago, awarded a total of...

The Chicago National Hellenic Museum hosted the Greek-American renowned author and journalist Nicholas Gage in a fascinating and moving presentation with the title "A Writer's Odyssey"...

The exhibition “The Greeks: From Agamemnon to Alexander the Great” will be held at the Field museum, Chicago, in partnership with Chicago National Hellenic...

The University of Chicago Library has finally managed to solve a mystery surrounding some unrecognizable handwriting found in a copy of Homer’s ancient Greek epic...

Greek Church and mosque Vandalized in Illinois

The St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church and the Mosque of Islamic Foundation North that are located near each other in Waukegan, IL were vandalized sometime on Sunday...

Re-trail of Orestes

On Wednesday, January 29th, 2014 at the UIC Forum, the National Hellenic Museum presented a mock trial of the ancient Greek mythological character, Orestes,...

When Alexander the Great conquered Ancient Egypt he became yet another in the long line of Greeks who were stunned by the country and...