‘Notias’ Travels to the U.S. for the New York City Greek Film Festival

The Greek film "Notias" by director Tassos Boulmetis travels to the American continent with the first stop in New York City. Boulmetis is the director...

Experience the Spirit of Greece in Arizona

Arizona is a state with rich spiritual culture, magical sunsets and nature abound. Perhaps it is the sun that attracts many Greek-Americans to live in...

Greek Music Journey 2016: Concert Tribute to Rembetika With Babis Tsertos in NY

On Friday, November 4 at the Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College the concert series: Greek Music Journey 2016, will be paying its tribute to...

Greeks’ Theatrical Adaptation of Love, Comedy and Chekhov Playing in NY

Greek founders Mantalena Papadatou and Fotis Batzas put together F2T's Company to use the performing arts to unite people despite of differences, focusing on...

Greek Fest Fever Hits Honolulu!

The 35th annual Greek Festival is getting ready to kick off on August 27 through 28 in Honolulu, Hawaii. The festival is set tho take...

Skyline Restoration’s Record Breaking 8th Annual Golf Charity Event Raises $115,000

Greek-owned Skyline Restoration Inc., one of the top building restoration firms in the New York metropolitan area, held its 8th Annual Charitable Golf Classic...

Interactive Display at Chicago’s National Hellenic Museum Explores Olympics of Ancient Times to Current...

There is a new interactive digital display at the National Hellenic Museum in Chicago that unveils the history of the Olympic Games from their...

Exhibit at National Geographic Museum Celebrates 5,000 Years of Greek Culture [video]

The National Geographic Museum in Washington, DC has an amazing exhibit called The Greeks: Agamemnon to Alexander the Great. The exhibit is packed with artifacts ranging from...

Chicago’s National Hellenic Museum Presents Little Homer Story Hour for Children

The National Hellenic Museum in Chicago presents an amazing opportunity for youngsters to learn about Greek Mythology and participate in craft projects. Every Saturday from...

CYPRECO’s Folk Arts Progam “The Last Kerchief Maker of Cyprus” a Huge Success

As part of its ongoing cultural mission of promoting the rich folklore of Cyprus in America, CYPRECO presented with outstanding success a new folk...

My Sweet Home, Chicago: Exhibit Tells History of Greek Immigrants and America’s Candy Capital

The National Hellenic Museum will host the exhibit Sweet Home Chicago, tracing Chicago's candy-making history back to the 19th century and the connection to the...

Getty Museum Announces Acquisition of Ancient Greek Vase

Today Timothy Potts, director of the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, enthusiastically announced the museum's acquisition of a Geometric Greek vase dating...

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