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The seaside community of Kemah, Texas, will be bursting with the sights, sounds and flavors of Greece during the Kemah Greek Food and Wine...

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Greek American entrepreneur John D. Georges (photo center), CEO of Georges Enterprises and the Georges Media Group, recently purchased The Advocate, one of the...

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Imam Baildi is the first young Greek band that has managed to bring Greek music from the 40s, 50s and 60s to an audience...

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Karpenissi, Greece will be the host city for the 71st Convention of the Evrytanian Association of America “Velouchi” to take place in 2015. The...

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Nia Tavlarides Stratos latest art exhibition will be presented at the Hylton Performing Arts Center at George Mason University from Sunday, March 4 - Sunday, May...

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It has been a busy week in Austin, Texas. The SxSW Interactive, Film& Music conferences are finally over… with over 10,000 artists performing and...

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Piraeus, Greece, headquartered Ilios Greek Shipping Company S.A. has pleaded guilty before the New Orleans federal court for trying to cover up illegal discharges...

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“Live Your Myth in Greece” is the slogan we hear all across New York City and Athens, Greece. Whether it is on the subway...

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The 48th annual Greek Festival at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church in Texas is opening its gates to the crowds today with tasty Greek...

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The 24th annual "Taste of Greece" festival hosted by St. Haralambos Greek Orthodox Church, 7950 W. Pinnacle Peak Road in Peoria began on Friday...

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A parody of two Homeric tales will be told on the Johnston High School stage this weekend. The drama department will present “The Iliad, The...

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Theater can be a powerful teaching tool. One woman from Austin, Texas is bringing theater to many schools to bring Greek Mythology to life. Judy Matetzschk-Cambell...