Chrys Kefalas: The Greek American Hope for the US Senate

It has been more than three years without a Greek-American in the senate, since Olympia Snowe’s term from Maine ended in January of 2013....

NYSPCC Partners With Schools in Greece

Based in Lower Manhattan, the New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NYSPCC), is launching the Safe Touches pilot program in...

‘Human Condition’ Photo Exhibition Features Greek Photographer Margarita Mavromichalis

"Human Condition", a photography exhibition by seven internationally based artists presenting works that contemplate the world concerns of each artist, was presented at Umbrella Arts...

Masterpieces of Greek Classical Art at the Met Museum

“Pergamon and the Hellenistic Kingdoms of the Ancient World,” which opens on Monday, April 18, at the Metropolitan Museum is a grand scale exhibition...

‘Imagine Angels’ Exhibit by Tina Psoinos at New York’s Art Expo

New York’s Art Expo, arguably the city’s and possibly the Nation’s most prestigious Art fair is in full swing this week.  From April 14-17...
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New York Greek Parade Takes Over Fifth Ave

Thousands of Greek-Americans gathered in New York City’s famous Fifth Avenue to attend the annual Greek parade and celebrate Greek Independence on Sunday, April 10.

President Obama Issues Greek Independence Day Proclamation

On March 25th 2016, the 195th anniversary of Greek Independence, the White House issued a proclamation signed by President Obama highlighting the importance of...

Onassis Cultural Center in New York Unveils Never Before Shown Greek Artifacts in North...

New initiatives in 2016 continue to take place at the Onassis Center in New York, as promised by the Foundation at the start of...

Panos Kammenos Visits Greek Expatriates in the US (video)

Greece's Defense Minster Panos Kammenos traveled to Tarpon Springs, Florida, several days before the celebration of Greece's National Day on March 25th. Along with Kammenos...

Pergamon and the Hellenistic Kingdoms of the Ancient World

Alexander the Great, one of Greece's most important historical figures as well as one of the most popular historical personalities in the world, has...

U.S. House Unanimously Condemns Genocide of Middle East Christians and Minorities

With a vote of 393 to 0, the U.S. House of Representatives unanimously condemned as genocide the ongoing ISIL/Da’esh crimes against Christians – including...

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...