Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris Hopeful for Greece

The Greek-Australian head of a 54 billion dollar company speaks about how the Diaspora can help Greece and appears hopeful about the crisis.

21st Leadership 100 Conference Elects New Chairman; Sets Higher Goals

08D5nWgIn9s The 21st Annual Leadership 100 Conference concluded successfully last Sunday, surpassing the expectations of all its accomplished members, board of directors and attendees. During the conference...

Father Tells Greek-American Fallen Hero’s Story on His Birthday

Watch the interview - Despite the pain Deputy Chief Steven G. Xiarhos, Nick's proud father, remains strong as he tells his fallen son's story on his birthday. Nicholas G. Xiarhos would have turned 24 on February 12, 2012 but was killed as a bomb destroyed his tank on July 23rd, 2009 in Afghanistan.

US’ Oldest Continuously Published Greek Newspaper Gets a Makeover

Founded in 1904, Chicago’s The Greek Star, the oldest continuously published Greek newspaper in the US re-launched yesterday, revealing a new design, format and logo,...

The Archimedean Academy Model for Teaching Greek: A Worldwide Dream

As the former President of the American-Hellenic Institute, Miami lawyer Aleco Haralambides had a stake in promoting Hellenism, but says his biggest hope now...

10 Greeks of Diaspora that Left Their Mark in 2011

During this tough period of time some individuals of Greek descent made great progress in their field as well as gave back to the world. See the list.

Greece’s Tough 2011: What Role Should the Greek-American Community Play in 2012

2011 was a very difficult year for Greece. In our conversations with unsuspecting full-blooded Americans, we, as Greek-Americans, went from our normal boasting about...

The New National Hellenic Museum Officially Open

Today, Chicago's new National Hellenic Museum, the first of its kind in the United States, officially opened to the public. The stunning 40,000 square foot facility was unveiled on December 8 with a special[...]

Has President Obama Met the Expectations of Greek Americans?

One year before the Presidential election Nick Larigakis reviews the Hellenic issues since Barack Obama came to office.

Elios Society Rocks San Francisco with Hellenic Charity Ball 2011

The Greek-American Elios Society held its 8th star-studded Hellenic Charity Ball on November 12, 2011 at the Fairmont Hotel in San Fransisco. Singer Anna Vissi, director...

Why Greek-Style Strikes Can’t Happen in America

Could this happen in the United States? What would life be like if it did?

St. Nicholas Greek-Orthodox Church To Be Rebuild at the WTC

  The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America officially signed an agreement today on rebuilding the...

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