Dr. John G. Siolas Presents Book ‘The Greek American Experience III’

      Dr. John G. Siolas presented his current book at the April 6, 2017 SJU 20th anniversary. His book, “The Greek American Experience III” is...

Workshop in NYC Discusses Importance of the Greek Language

Three Greek language organizations hosted an informative Greek language workshop on Saturday evening, April 8th in the conference room of the Jay Suites, 6th...

AHEPA Calls on Arby’s to Stop Ad that Is Demeaning to Ancient Greeks

AHEPA President Andrew C. Zachariades sent a protest letter to Arby's CEO Paul Brown after the fast food chain released a commercial that is...

Onassis Cultural Center’s ‘A World of Emotions’ Exhibit Provides a Glimpse into Ancient Greece

The Onassis Cultural Center located in New York is recreating Ancient Greece for the public with its exhibit called A World of Emotions: Ancient...

Federation of Hellenic American Educators Day on Greek Language Enrichment

"The starting point of a man's education sets the course of what follows too, “ Socrates.1  This theme was the focus of “The International...

New York City: Home to Over 800 Languages – Including Greek

The Greek diaspora of New York City has caught the attention of The Endangered Language Alliance (ELA), as one of more than 800 languages...

Woman Verbally Attacks Greek-American Couple for Speaking Greek (video)

Thanasi Papoulias and his wife Sophia Antonopoulos-Papoulias would never have thought that speaking their native Greek language in a Los Angeles super market could...

Greek Teachers Association “Prometheus” Celebrates the 2,400th Birthday of Aristotle

  On December 11, 2016, the Greek Teachers Association “Prometheus” celebrated the 2,400 birthday of Aristotle at the Hellenic Cultural Center at 27-09 Crescent St.,...

Greek-American Lights Up his Home With 270,000 Christmas Lights [video]

Thousands of people walk or drive through Dyker Heights in Brooklyn, New York, every Christmas to admire the "Christmas Home," decorated by Isidoros and...

The Greek-American Principal Who Established Greek as Second Language in Bronx School

Penny Panagiosoulis with her father, Gabriel Panagiosoulis It is no minor achievement to establish Greek as second language in a Bronx school. Yet, Greek-American Penny...

Island Music Enjoyed by All at the Andros Society Dinner Dance in New York

The Nisiotika (Island Music) light, catchy songs echoed through Riccardo’s  by the Bridge catering hall, Astoria on the evening of Sunday, November 13. The...

The Society of Epirotes ‘Anagenesis’ and the Ladies’ Auxiliary Souliotisses and Heritage Museum Celebrate...

“Our liberty depends on the freedom of the press, and that cannot be limited without being lost.” — Thomas Jefferson, U.S. Founding Father. The...

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