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Apparently drinking games are much older than previously thought. According to LiveScience, 2,000 years ago, during parties in ancient Greece, men used to play...

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The Brooklyn Museum's "Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe" exhibition explores the origins of high heels worn by women and men across the world...

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Through February 1, 2015, the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art features sixteen brilliant masterpieces of El Greco (Domenikos Theotokopoulos). The exhibition "El Greco in New York," which apotheosizes...

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Visitors from across the world will have the opportunity to steal a glance at a lesser-known side of the ancient Greek Parthenon, its severely deteriorated...

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Famous Greek actor Stratos Tzortzoglou will travel to New York for his new play "The Shout," a musical (oratorio) performance based on Nikos Kazantzakis' "The...

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Have you ever pondered what it means to be human nowadays? Considering the fact that this question is extremely vague and difficult to be...

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Are you a passionate Classical History and Mythology enthusiast? Do you fancy taking part in ancient Greek stories of thrilling power using your own...

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Sam Shepard’s “A Particle of Dread: Oedipus Variation” opened this weekend off-Broadway. Shepard has adapted the Greek tragedy of Oedipus in a modern-day tale,...

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The bust of Greek-Cypriot poet Costas Montis was unveiled at Columbia University in New York during an event to honor the “Year Costas Montis, 100 years...

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Author V.C. Birlidis has published his first novel, Muse Unexpected. Described as an “epic, yet very quirky adventure,” the mythology-based tale is the story of...

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The Shakespeare Theatre Company's Bard Association and the Embassy of Greece will present the Trial of Lysistrata at the Lansburgh Theatre, Washington D.C., at 7...

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For the last few years, Greeks have been celebrating OPA! Day on Sept. 15. The concept for OPA! Day began in 2008, and was started...